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Post by Dan Morera » Wed Jun 13, 2007 4:28 pm

Thanks for letting me be a part of Mack Air, I'm impressed with how well organized it is.

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Post by crazydunc » Thu Jun 14, 2007 5:43 am

Dan, its no problem mate, lol thanks


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Post by crazydunc » Thu Jun 14, 2007 4:15 pm

Planes on Order

Mack Air has ordered 4 x 767-300 as well as a 2 x 777-200s to service its new long haul expansion plans into the USA and Asia, we have options for another 2 777-200LRs and 2 767-300s, some of the 767-300s may eventually be converted to Frieghter models depending on the level of growth within the airline, the aircraft will be introduced at one every month, or everytime two new pilots join up, we take delivery of our first 767-300 on 13 June 2007 and it will be serivcing routes to Denver and Mexico City, this will be stage one of our expansion plans.


Mack Air Expansion Plans

By september 2007 Mack Air is looking to have introduced at least 4 767-200s and one 777-200LR for long hual serices to the Americas and Asia.


In conjunction to this, Mack Air is exploring options to Develop a Cargo division from our pair of 757-200Fs, if this happens at least two of our 767-300s will be converted to frieghters and at least one 747-400 will be either brought or converted to Frieghters as well as buying atleast one 737-200ADV frieghters for domestic cargo flights, to enable us to exapand this service beyond Europe and the Mediterainan and make us a gobal airline in all respects. In parell to this Mack Air is exploring our options in developing a Executive travel Division fly Cessna Citation 550s and 750s as well as Hawker 800XPs, Dassualt Falcons, and a pair of executive helicopter. But this is a expensive option and will only be explored if enough interetest occurs, and we have at least 20 active pilots.



On the domestic front we may soon be repalcing our A321-200s with CRJ-7/900s but this is currently undecided and yet to be fully explored. We are looking into the further domestic expansion into smaller airports using a mixture of Dash 8 Q400s and CRJ-700s. But this will require more pilots before this cna become a viable option.
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Post by Cat1 » Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:25 am

<snicker> I'll join and fly if you go Dassault </snicker> I designed the planes in real life and they are a favorite of mine to fly. Still in my humble opinion, the best biz medium jets on the market for the price.

GS can attest, I fly Falcons above all else. :wink:

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Post by Dan Morera » Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:00 pm

Man that's a cool plane! I would love to have those included to the fleet. 8)

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Mack Air Closed

Post by Cat1 » Mon Jul 30, 2007 5:20 pm

It was a great place while it lasted.
Thanks for all the hard work.
Really enjoyed it! :)

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Post by pmckay » Tue Jul 31, 2007 5:53 am

I still have a MACK Air MelJet 744 if anyone wants it. It was painted but never delivered.

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Post by mel wilson » Tue Jul 31, 2007 4:54 pm

Shame to see it go, Ah well, maybe in the future Dunc, when your a little less commited, and if you need a hand, you know where I am, may need a little training though :lol:

But seriously mate, well done. =D>

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Post by 7e7guy » Tue Jul 31, 2007 5:30 pm

Well, shame I never got to fly, but u did a good job on it man, it was all organised and well put together, I guess its time to temporarly put my sig away, until next time cd
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Post by mel wilson » Tue Jul 31, 2007 7:26 pm

Mine's packed away in the box, never say never.

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