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He renamed the airline Lunaria to avoid copyright issues with [[FlyBahia]], assigned a new registration of 'WU' to mean [[Wenyanga]], his future Zeta city (before, planes used 7D, for Foresne), and acquired flights to [[Larkspur Lilyflower International Airport|Larkspur Lilyflower]] and [[Sunshine Coast Máspalmas International Airport|Sunshine Coast]]. He requested gates at [[Fort Yaxier International Airport|Fort Yaxier]] and [[Chan Bay International Airport|Chan Bay]], in order to compete against [[SkyTrans]], and a gate at [[Epsilon International Airport|Airchester]], to compete against [[Waypoint]] to SSI. However, there were more problems: Lunaria didn't have a medium-sized aircraft to fly the route. Airplaneguy9's answer was to contact [[User:SubwayGamerMC|TheSubway]], and order 12 SI-A-300 aircraft, with further options for 30 more aircraft. At this point, the airline had 5 Aero A-3s, 1 Aero A-4 and 12 SI-A-300s to its name. When WU-SAA, the first SI-A-300, flew on January 17 between the Subway Industries lab and the Aero Aviation lab, it marked a turning point in Lunaria's history. Captain [[User:Mossie|Mossie]] piloted the aircraft.
 
He renamed the airline Lunaria to avoid copyright issues with [[FlyBahia]], assigned a new registration of 'WU' to mean [[Wenyanga]], his future Zeta city (before, planes used 7D, for Foresne), and acquired flights to [[Larkspur Lilyflower International Airport|Larkspur Lilyflower]] and [[Sunshine Coast Máspalmas International Airport|Sunshine Coast]]. He requested gates at [[Fort Yaxier International Airport|Fort Yaxier]] and [[Chan Bay International Airport|Chan Bay]], in order to compete against [[SkyTrans]], and a gate at [[Epsilon International Airport|Airchester]], to compete against [[Waypoint]] to SSI. However, there were more problems: Lunaria didn't have a medium-sized aircraft to fly the route. Airplaneguy9's answer was to contact [[User:SubwayGamerMC|TheSubway]], and order 12 SI-A-300 aircraft, with further options for 30 more aircraft. At this point, the airline had 5 Aero A-3s, 1 Aero A-4 and 12 SI-A-300s to its name. When WU-SAA, the first SI-A-300, flew on January 17 between the Subway Industries lab and the Aero Aviation lab, it marked a turning point in Lunaria's history. Captain [[User:Mossie|Mossie]] piloted the aircraft.
  
Lunaria obtained even more flights when it managed to get two codeshare flights with ForesneAir through OneBlock and the [[Lumeva Airline Group]]. In turn, ForesneAir and [[Tekashi Airlines]] codeshared the Foresne - John Denver route. On January 17, hours before the first SI-A-300 flight, Lunaria offered a company to build a long-haul, two-engined aircraft to operate longer routes throughout Zeta. [[Jupiter Motors]], whom by coincidence Airplaneguy9 had once worked for, took up the challenge, and a team led by [[User:Weier|Weier]] built an aircraft so long it took up nearly all of Aero Aviation's lab space, and had to be shortened at first. Lunaria ordered 10 of this 'Jupitair A-50' type.  
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Lunaria obtained even more flights when it managed to get two codeshare flights with ForesneAir through OneBlock and the [[Lumeva Airline Group]]. In turn, ForesneAir codeshared the Foresne - John Denver route. On January 17, hours before the first SI-A-300 flight, Lunaria offered a company to build a long-haul, two-engined aircraft to operate longer routes throughout Zeta. [[Jupiter Motors]], whom by coincidence Airplaneguy9 had once worked for, took up the challenge, and a team led by [[User:Weier|Weier]] built an aircraft so long it took up nearly all of Aero Aviation's lab space, and had to be shortened at first. Lunaria ordered 10 of this 'Jupitair A-50' type, but later swapped it out for airplane320's 777-300ER, specially customized for Lunaria. This version introduced Business Class and first class on aircraft. While not getting a Fort Yaxier or Chan Bay flight, Airplane managed to get a gate at Kanto.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:46, 19 January 2020

FlyLumeva
Lunaria.png

CODE Callsign
LU LUNAR
Founded 2019
Commenced operations TBD
Hubs Wenyanga
Secondary hubs Foresne Omega Hills
Frequent-flyer program LunaMiles
Alliance OneBlock Alliance
Subsidiaries
  • Mercuria
Company slogan The way to fly
Headquarters Wenyanga
Key people Airplaneguy9, Company CEO
Assets Lumeva Airline Group
Notes
Previously named SolAir

Lunaria, previously SolAir, is an airline for the MRT, which aims to connect southwestern Epsilon and Zeta. The airline is owned by the LAG, and is headed by Airplaneguy9.

History

When Airplaneguy9 got membership status on the MRT, he quickly decided on an airline. The airline was to be called SolAir, after his future nation of Novus Sol. However, before he started, he worked on starting up the national airline of Lumeva, ForesneAir. After helping with building Foresne's Omega Hills Airfield, he managed to acquire two gates! At this point, he assigned two Aero A-3s to the gates. He also had one Aero A-4, but he wanted to use it between larger airports. At this point, SolAir unveiled their new livery, and announced an alliance with ForesneAir called the OneBlock Alliance, the first multiserver alliance. SolAir then got a flight to John Denver Int'l, in Southport, their first complete flight. However, there was a problem: Foresne hadn't reached Senator yet, and JDI was still under construction. So Airplaneguy9 had to wait, and work on something else.

He renamed the airline Lunaria to avoid copyright issues with FlyBahia, assigned a new registration of 'WU' to mean Wenyanga, his future Zeta city (before, planes used 7D, for Foresne), and acquired flights to Larkspur Lilyflower and Sunshine Coast. He requested gates at Fort Yaxier and Chan Bay, in order to compete against SkyTrans, and a gate at Airchester, to compete against Waypoint to SSI. However, there were more problems: Lunaria didn't have a medium-sized aircraft to fly the route. Airplaneguy9's answer was to contact TheSubway, and order 12 SI-A-300 aircraft, with further options for 30 more aircraft. At this point, the airline had 5 Aero A-3s, 1 Aero A-4 and 12 SI-A-300s to its name. When WU-SAA, the first SI-A-300, flew on January 17 between the Subway Industries lab and the Aero Aviation lab, it marked a turning point in Lunaria's history. Captain Mossie piloted the aircraft.

Lunaria obtained even more flights when it managed to get two codeshare flights with ForesneAir through OneBlock and the Lumeva Airline Group. In turn, ForesneAir codeshared the Foresne - John Denver route. On January 17, hours before the first SI-A-300 flight, Lunaria offered a company to build a long-haul, two-engined aircraft to operate longer routes throughout Zeta. Jupiter Motors, whom by coincidence Airplaneguy9 had once worked for, took up the challenge, and a team led by Weier built an aircraft so long it took up nearly all of Aero Aviation's lab space, and had to be shortened at first. Lunaria ordered 10 of this 'Jupitair A-50' type, but later swapped it out for airplane320's 777-300ER, specially customized for Lunaria. This version introduced Business Class and first class on aircraft. While not getting a Fort Yaxier or Chan Bay flight, Airplane managed to get a gate at Kanto.

Flights

FlyLumeva Flight List
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LU500 PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ JDX
John Denver International Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU502
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ LAR
Larkspur Lilyflower International Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU504
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ EEA
Espil Ecilidae Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU506
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MAX
Murrville-Arcadia International
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU508
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SSI
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas International Airport
SI-A-300 Eastern Closed1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU510
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KTI
Kanto International Airport
SI-A-300 Eastern Closed1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU512
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ ABG
Antioch-Bay Point Garvey International Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU514
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ DJE
Deadbush Johnston-Euphorial Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU516
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ DPH
Deadbush Pioneer-Howard Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU518
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ TSA
Titsensaki Sealerwhale International Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU520
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ DFM
Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU522
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MPI
Mojangsburg-Pretoria Capital Airport
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU524 PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RZA
Rizalburg Strand Airfield
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU526 PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ AMA
Aeolia Mixolydia Airstrip
Aero A-3 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU600 SVS
Southoak South Plains Airport
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ GEB
Geneva Bay Airfield
Aero C-1 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU602 SVS
Southoak South Plains Airport
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ LPI
Las Playas International Airport
Aero C-1 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU604 SVS
Southoak South Plains Airport
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ OPA
Oparia LeTourneau International Airport
Aero C-1 Eastern Active1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU750 SSI
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas International Airport
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KTI
Kanto International Airport
SI-A-300 Eastern Active1.png
LumevaAirlink.png
FT4202
opb. Lumeva Airlink
FOH
Foresne Omega Hills Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
Aero A-1 Eastern Closed1.png
LumevaAirlink.png
FT4204
opb. Lumeva Airlink
TED
Tedville Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
Aero A-1 Eastern Closed1.png
LumevaAirlink.png
FT4206
opb. Lumeva Airlink
FOH
Foresne Omega Hills Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SVS
Southoak South Plains Airport
Aero A-1 Eastern Closed1.png
LumevaAirlink.png
FT4208
opb. Lumeva Airlink
PCE
Peacopolis Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SVS
Southoak South Plains Airport
Aero A-1 Eastern Active1.png
LumevaAirlink.png
FT4210
opb. Lumeva Airlink
TED
Tedville Airfield
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SVS
Southoak South Plains Airport
Aero A-1 Eastern Closed1.png
FlyLumeva.png
LU666
CCA
Central City Airport
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ FOR
Foresne
Climax CL-10 April Fools 2020 only
Turbula.png
TR001
KEK
Kazeshima Eumi Konaejima Seaplane Port
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ ENB
East New Brazil
Aero S-1 Eastern Active1.png
Turbula.png
TR003
KEK
Kazeshima Eumi Konaejima Seaplane Port
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SHA
Shenghua Seaplane Terminal
Aero S-1 Eastern Active1.png

Fleet

Aero A-3

  • Width: 17 Blocks
  • Length: 15 Blocks
  • Fuselage Height: 5 Blocks
  • Total Height: 8 Blocks
  • Cabin Layout: 4 Economy

The Aero A-3 is the third and last of the A-1 series, being twice as long as the A-1. The A-3 also features the upgraded cockpit version (the A-3B). The first aircraft was delivered to Lunaria on January 13. Being the airline of Aero Aviation, the aircraft was chosen as the best amongst the A-1, A-2 and A-4. In a joint order, the Lumeva Airline Group ordered 20 aircraft, of which 10 were A-3s. ForesneAir got 5 aircraft, while Lunaria got the other 5, and WU-LCA and 7D-FOA first flew within hours of each other. The A-3 is built to compete with the ITP-1000, SI-A-15, and EAM X-5/10.

Subway SI-A-300

  • Width: 37 blocks
  • Length: 40 blocks
  • Fuselage Height: 5 blocks
  • Total Height: 14 blocks
  • Cabin Layout: 16 Economy/2 Business 14 Economy

Subway Industries' SI-A-300 model is the lengthened version of the SI-A-100, featuring 10 blocks more space. This version is built with standard winglets and not split scimitars as seen on other -300s, and is designated the SI-A-371. It is Lunaria's only medium-haul aircraft, built to operate longer routes. It was bought from Subway Industries on January 12, 2020, with an order for 12 aircraft and further options for 30 more, and the first aircraft, registered as WU-SAA, will take to the skies on January 17. The aircraft will be the fleet backbone by June 2020, being the aircraft that will launch MRT aviation into the Zeta age.