|Facts and Figures|
|Slogan||We Connect The World.|
Titsensaki Regional Airport |
Titsensaki Sealerwhale International Airport
Murrville-Arcadia International Airport
Fortaleza - Fiork Knifestone International Airport (future)
|Commenced Operations||September 3rd 2017 (As National Airlines)|
National Express Airlines (nex airlines) |
National Airlines is an airline owned by frogggggg and ModernArt. The airline currently has hubs at Norwest and Titsensaki (somewhat Fort Yaxier), and has some planned focus cities. National was formed out of 2 airlines, GreyAir and FernAir. The airline's subsidiary is nex airlines. We are in SkyTransit and our slogan is We connect the world.
National Airlines' reward program is called Plus Club. nPlus is equivalent to SkyTransit Gold and Diamond, and nPlus+ is equivalent to SkyTransit Emerald.
Regular: 30kg carryon baggage allowance. Paid food and no priority boarding. You will always be seated in Economy and refunds start at $50>. You cannot reserve seats.
Premier: 30kg carryon baggage allowance. Food is free and priority boarding and check-in. You will always be seated in either Economy, Economy+, or Business and refunds are free. Reserving seats costs $10 UP.
nPlus: 40kg carryon baggage allowance. Food is free and priority boarding and check-in. You will be seated in which ever class you put miles in to, and refunds are free. Reserving seats is also free.
nPlus+: 50kg carryon baggage allowance. Food is free and priority boarding and check-in. You will be seated in which ever class you put miles in to, and refunds are free. Reserving seats is also free. Due to the more expensive price of nPlus+, every time you earn points, you get x1.5 by that flight.
Economy Available on all planes. Costs from $95-200 UP per person. On the X-50 and SI-A Avro you have access to seat back TVs and free SkyFi.
Economy+ Available on all planes. Costs from $150-350 UP per person. On all flights you get free SkyFi but on X-50 and SI-A Avro you have access to a seatback TV and power outlets.
Business Available on the X-50 and SI-A Avro only. Costs from $400-600 UP per person. On all flights you get free SkyFi, Big seatback TV, and Poweroutlets including USB ports.
Accidents and Incidents
- On August 19th, 1986, FernAir flight 3 from Fort Yaxier to the abandoned old world city of Timbuktu, crashed just north of the takeoff runway. This was caused by a contaminated fuel pipe that led to the explosion of engine 1. The plane hit the snowy ground and then hit a side of a cliff, killing all three pilots. The aircraft was a 747-200. Out of 399 passengers aboard the flight, 120 people died, along with another 60 injured, eight of those were serious, and two life threatening. No cabin crew members survived, however, the air marshal did. This was the worst air disaster in Titsensaki's history.
- On December 1st, 2000, GreyAir flight 106 originating out of Epsil was en route to Wazamawazi. The operating plane was a ADZ II550 Citationjet. Two hours before landing in to Wazamawazi, engine 2 separated causing all hydraulics to fail. The plane was uncontrollable, and then starting to nose dive in to the ground along with rapid decompression. The pilot manages to get the plane out of the dive, but it was too late, and the plane stalled in to the ocean, killing all 11 passengers. The pilot survived but died after three days in hospital. He swam from the ocean to the island of Lopberry South. He has a very short book about the flight called "Pull up, terrain".
- On January 2nd, 2019, National Airlines (Njet 10X) flight 8 on short final in to Freedon suffered a hydraulic failure, causing the rudder to stop working. This also caused the already lowered landing gear to collapse on landing. This happen because the pilots over worked the plane’s hydraulics and the wires snapped. Out of 76 passengers and 5 crew on board, there were 2 minor injuries.
|Type of plane|Number in operation|Details|
Nexjet 10x - 15 - Original small plane on National, used mostly for flights based out of Titsensaki Airfield.
Climax Y10a - 23 - Newer small plane on National and is used for the latest small gate flights, mostly based out of Pasadena Airfield, Sealerwhale, and MAX.
Climax 10 - 1 - Large plane on National, used for the high capacity route between FYI and KTI.
Climax 100 - 1 - An old FernAir plane carried over to run the Ilirea to UCWTIA route. Still uses FernAir livery.
EAM X-50 - 8 - Main medium plane on National, operates most medium flights.
SI-A Avro - 1 - First bought medium plane on National and operates FYI to BVL on NA01. Bought after scrapping FernAir Climax 200.
Acadia Bongong 737-800 - 1 - Medium aircraft operated on GreyAir until the merge, now operates in GreyAir livery (new cabin) between Hamenei, Epsil, and Birchview.
- Retired Aircraft
747-200 - 1 - Used for the Fort Yaxier to Timbuktu route, crashed north of FYI bringing the aircraft out of service.
Climax 200 - 1 - Used for Fort Yaxier to Birchview, scrapped due to old aircraft.
Climax 100 - 7 - Only one operates now between IXM and UCWTIA.
Acadia Bongong 737-800 - 3 - Now only one operates between EEA, BVL, and Hamenei.
ADZ II550 Citationjet - 6 - Operated flights from Wazamawazi, Espil, and Birchview, retired after SAA ban.
* Titsensaki A is Titsensaki Airfield, and Titsensaki B, is Titsensaki Sealerwhale Int'l.nex airlines flights with three digits = seaplane, two digits = land plane https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1paHnFwGLt-AcGT3qlpNIPkkdEvm7hGgghcGUe-7d_Gw/edit?usp=sharing
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