Skytran Airlines

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|ICAO                = SKY
|ICAO                = SKY
|callsign            = Skytran
|callsign            = Skytran
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|founded              = New York, New York (virtually)
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|founded              = Norfolk, Virginia (virtually)
|commenced operations = 2010
|commenced operations = 2010
|ceased operations    =  
|ceased operations    =  
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|alliance            = Skytran United (owner)
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|alliance            = oneFly (owner)
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|world(s)            = All
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|world(s)            = R5
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|principal hubs      = JFK, MYR, SMF
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|principal hubs      = ORF, MYR, SXM
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|secondary hubs      =  
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|secondary hubs      = ROA, DCA
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|fleet                = 476 (+0 on order) (AE1)
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|fleet                = 5 (R5)
|notes                = Page for the Roblox part of Skytran. Will be updated to include links to the AE Skytran site.
|notes                = Page for the Roblox part of Skytran. Will be updated to include links to the AE Skytran site.
|web                  = http://www.wix.com/caronroblox/skytranairlines
|web                  = http://www.wix.com/caronroblox/skytranairlines
}}
}}
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Please note that most of the information pertains to the AE1 Skytran. '''Skytran Airlines''' was established in 2010 and owns Skytran. Skytran owns Skytran Express, Skytran Connecton, Skytran Shuttle, Skytran Cargo (Planned), and Fly (airline within an airline). The owner of Skytran (racerfan) is currently also working as Delta-Northwest's agent in AE12.
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Please note that most of the information pertains to the R5 Skytran. '''Skytran Airlines''' was established in 2010 and owns oneFly Alliance. Skytran owns Skytran Express, Skytran Connecton, Skytran Shuttle, Skytran Cargo (Planned), and Fly (airline within an airline). Currently, Skytran Airlines is having smooth sales, and is one of the top 200 airlines in R5.  
[[File:Skytran.png|thumb|Skytran Airlines logo.]]
[[File:Skytran.png|thumb|Skytran Airlines logo.]]
== History ==
== History ==
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Skytran began in New York, with its maiden flight from New York to Myrtle Beach. Flights to Norfolk also started the same day. 2 weeks later, Sacramento was added to their route network, and is now one of their focus airports. Although Skytran's HQ is in New York, their main operations extend from Myrtle Beach, Norfolk, and Sacramento.
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Skytran began in New York, with its maiden flight from New York to Myrtle Beach. Flights to Norfolk also started the same day. 2 weeks later, Sacramento was added to their route network. Although Skytran's HQ is in Norfolk, their operations are planned to extend from Myrtle Beach, Roanoke, Newark, and Releigh-Durham.
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Skytran Airlines crated the Skytran United alliance in late 2010, and it now has 4 members.
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Skytran Airlines created the oneFly alliance in late 2011, and it now has 90+ members in all worlds.
== Destinations ==
== Destinations ==
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Skytran currently operates to American and International destinations.
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''Further information:'' [[Skytran Airlines destinations]]
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Alphabetically:
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|Charleston
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|align=center|CHS
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|align=center|1
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|70%
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|Freeport
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|align=center|FPO
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|align=center|1
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|14%
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|Spokane
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|align=center|GEG
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|align=center|1
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|42%
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|Honolulu
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|align=center|HNL
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|align=center|1
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|14%
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|New York Kennedy
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|align=center|JFK
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|align=center|1
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|42%
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|Base of Operations
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|London Heathrow
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|align=center|LHR
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|align=center|1
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|28%
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|Little Rock
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|align=center|LIT
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|align=center|1
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|14%
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|Orlando Intl.
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|align=center|MCO
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|align=center|1
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|12%
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|Myrtle Beach
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|align=center|MYR
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|align=center|2
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|94%
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|Focus City (Planned hub)
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|Nassau
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|align=center|NAS
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|align=center|2
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|63%
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|Norfolk
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|align=center|ORF
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|align=center|1
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|70%
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|Focus City
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|Philidelphia
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|align=center|PHL
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|align=center|1
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|28%
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|Phoenix
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|align=center|PHX
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|align=center|1
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|28%
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|Richmond
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|align=center|RIC
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|align=center|1
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|28%
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|Shreveport
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|align=center|SHV
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|align=center|1
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|76%
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|Salt Lake City
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|align=center|SLC
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|align=center|2
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|62%
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|Focus City
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|Sacramento
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|align=center|SMF
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|align=center|3
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|69%
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|Focus City (Planned hub)
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|Moscow Sherematyevo
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|align=center|SVO
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|align=center|1
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|14%
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|Tulsa
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|align=center|TUL
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|align=center|1
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|56%
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|Tuscon
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|align=center|TUS
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|align=center|1
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|28%
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|Fayetteville
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|align=center|XNA
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|align=center|1
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|14%
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Skytran currently operates to destinations in North America and St. Maarten.
== Fleet ==
== Fleet ==
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In October 2010, the average age of Skytran's fleet was 18.6 years.
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In November 2011, the average age of Skytran's fleet was 5.38 years.
Active Fleet:
Active Fleet:
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!<font color=white>Passengers<br><small>(First/Business/Economy)</small>
!<font color=white>Passengers<br><small>(First/Business/Economy)</small>
!<font color=white>Notes
!<font color=white>Notes
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|-
 
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|Airbus A300-600R
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|308 (8/16/284)
 
-
|Mainline
 
-
|-
 
-
|Airbus A310-200
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|258 (8/16/234)
 
-
|Mainline
 
-
|-
 
-
|Airbus A318
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|128 (5/10/113)
 
-
|Fly (planned), Mainline, leased
 
-
|-
 
-
|Airbus A319-100
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|3
 
-
|128 (5/10/113)
 
-
|Fly (planned), Mainline
 
-
|-
 
-
|Airbus A320-200
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|4
 
-
|128 (5/10/113)
 
-
|Fly (planned), Mainline
 
-
|-
 
-
|Airbus A321-200
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|128 (5/10/113)
 
-
|Fly (planned), Mainline, leased
 
-
|-
 
-
|Airbus A330-300
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|402 (10/20/372)
 
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|Mainline (leased)
 
-
|-
 
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|Airbus A340-600
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|3
 
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|402 (10/20/372)
 
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|Mainline (leased)
 
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|-
 
-
|Antonov An-38
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|26 (0/0/26)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|ATR-42-400
 
-
|align=center|4
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|50 (0/0/50)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|ATR-42-600
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|6
 
-
|50 (0/0/50)
 
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|Connection
 
-
|-
 
-
|ATR-72-600
 
-
|align=center|12
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|74 (0/0/74)
 
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|Connection, 1 leases
 
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|-
 
-
|BAe ATP
 
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|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|64 (0/0/64)
 
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|Connection
 
-
|-
 
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|Bombardier Dash 8-Q400
 
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|align=center|5
 
-
|align=center|4
 
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|78 (0/0/78)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 717-200
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|108 (2/10/96)
 
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|Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 737-300
 
-
|align=center|6
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|135 (5/10/120)
 
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|Fly (1), Mainline (3), 1 leased
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 737-400
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|174 (5/10/159)
 
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|Fly (planned), Mainline
 
-
|-
 
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|Boeing 737-500
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|112 (5/10/97)
 
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|Fly (planned), Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 737-700
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|127 (8/16/103)
 
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|Fly (1), Mainline (1), leased
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 737-800
 
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|align=center|5
 
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|align=center|3
 
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|167 (8/16/143)
 
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|Fly (1), Mainline (4), 1 leased
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 757-200
 
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|align=center|4
 
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|align=center|
 
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|206 (8/16/182)
 
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|Fly (1), Mainline (2), N402SK in a an expreimental Skytran livery by bolli
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 767-200
 
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|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|223 (8/16/209)
 
-
|Mainline
 
-
|-
 
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|Boeing 767-200ER
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|223 (8/16/209)
 
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|Fly (1), Mainline (1)
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 767-300
 
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|align=center|1
 
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|align=center|1
 
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|323 (10/20/293)
 
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|Mainline, leased
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 767-300ER
 
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|align=center|1
 
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|align=center|3
 
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|323 (10/20/293)
 
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|Mainline, leased
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 767-400ER
 
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|align=center|
 
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|align=center|4
 
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|323 (10/20/293)
 
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|Mainline, leased
 
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|-
 
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|Boeing 777-200
 
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|align=center|2
 
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|align=center|
 
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|410 (10/24/376)
 
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|Mainline, N501SK being painted into experimental test livery made by Delta-Northwest
 
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|-
 
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|Dassault Mercure
 
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|align=center|2
 
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|align=center|
 
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|150 (0/0/150)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Doriner 328
 
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|align=center|3
 
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|align=center|
 
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|33 (0/0/33)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Doriner 328JET
 
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|align=center|2
 
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|align=center|
 
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|34 (0/0/34)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Embraer EMB-120
 
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|align=center|4
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|30 (0/0/30)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Embraer EMB-190LR
 
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|align=center|
 
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|align=center|4
 
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|30 (0/0/30)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Embraer ERJ-135LR
 
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|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|2
 
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|50 (0/0/50)
 
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|Express
 
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|-
 
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|Embraer ERJ-145XR
 
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|align=center|1
 
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|align=center|3
 
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|50 (0/0/50)
 
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|Express
 
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|-
 
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|Fairchild Metro 23
 
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|align=center|3
 
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|align=center|
 
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|19 (0/0/19)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Fokker F-100
 
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|align=center|1
 
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|align=center|
 
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|96 (4/8/84)
 
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|Shuttle, Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Mcdonnell Douglas MD-11
 
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|align=center|2
 
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|align=center|
 
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|128 (4/8/116)
 
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|Shuttle, Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Mcdonnell Douglas MD-87
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|128 (4/8/116)
 
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|Shuttle, Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Mcdonnell Douglas MD-88
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|128 (4/8/116)
 
-
|Shuttle, Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Mcdonnell Douglas MD-90-30ER
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|161 (4/8/149)
 
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|Shuttle, Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Mcdonnell Douglas MD-90-50
 
-
|align=center|1
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|161 (4/8/149)
 
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|Shuttle, Mainline
 
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|-
 
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|Saab 340
 
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|align=center|5
 
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|align=center|
 
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|36 (0/0/36)
 
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|Connection
 
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|-
 
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|Shorts 360
 
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|align=center|6
 
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|align=center|
 
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|37 (0/0/37)
 
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|Connection, leased
 
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|-
 
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|Sukhoi SJ-100
 
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|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|37 (0/0/37)
 
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|Connection, leased
 
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|-
 
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|Tupolev Tu-204
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|5
 
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|36 (0/0/36)
 
-
|Connection
 
-
|-
 
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|Xian MA-600
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|36 (0/0/36)
 
-
|Connection
 
|-
|-
|-class=unsortable
|-class=unsortable
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|'''''Skytran Express'''''
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|'''''Skytran Mainline'''''
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|-
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|Antonov An-72
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|Boeing 737-300
|align=center|1
|align=center|1
|align=center|
|align=center|
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|68 (0/0/68)
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|138 (2/12/124)
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|-
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|Antonov An-140
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|'''''Skytran Connection'''''
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|align=center|1
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|
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|align=center|5
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|52 (0/0/52)
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|
|
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|-
 
-
|Avro RJ100
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
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|117 (4/8/105)
 
|
|
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|-
 
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|BAe 146-200
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|117 (4/8/105)
 
|
|
|-
|-
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|BAe 146-300
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|ATR-42-400
|align=center|2
|align=center|2
-
|align=center|
 
-
|101 (4/8/89)
 
-
|
 
-
|-
 
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|Bombardier CRJ-200LR
 
-
|align=center|4
 
|align=center|
|align=center|
|50 (0/0/50)
|50 (0/0/50)
|
|
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|-
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|Bombardier CRJ-705
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|'''''Skytran Express'''''
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|align=center|
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|align=center|2
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|100 (0/0/100)
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|
|
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|-
 
-
|Bombardier CRJ-900LR
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|4
 
-
|100 (0/0/100)
 
|
|
-
|-
 
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|Bombardier CRJ-1000ER
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|align=center|2
 
-
|100 (0/0/100)
 
|
|
-
|-
 
-
|Bombardier CS300ER
 
-
|align=center|
 
-
|align=center|4
 
-
|100 (0/0/100)
 
|
|
|-
|-
-
|COMAC ARJ21-900ER
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|Bombardier CRJ-200LR
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|align=center|2
|align=center|
|align=center|
-
|align=center|2
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|50 (0/0/50)
-
|150 (0/0/150)
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|
|
|-
|-
|Totals
|Totals
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|align=center|117
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|align=center|5
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|align=center|76
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|align=center|
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[[File:AE Skytran CRJ-200.JPG|thumb|Skytran Express CRJ-200. Operated by CityLine.]]
[[File:AE Skytran CRJ-200.JPG|thumb|Skytran Express CRJ-200. Operated by CityLine.]]
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== Retired Fleet ==
== Retired Fleet ==
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Since the third Skytran's opeing, Skytran Airlines has retired the following aircraft:
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Please note, this list is of aircraft that were removed from service for reasons other than the closing of the game world. Since the current Skytran's opeing, Skytran Airlines has retired the following aircraft:
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|Fokker F-100
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|Template
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|align=center|1
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|align=center|0
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|2022
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|2000
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|2025
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|2000
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|96 (4/8/84)
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|0 (0/0/0)
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|Shuttle, Mainline (average age 35.50 years when retired)
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|Template. (average age 0 years when retired)
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|-
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|Boeing 747-400
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|align=center|2
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|2023
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|2026
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|485 (10/40/435)
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|Mainline (average age 24.75 years when retired)
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|-
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|Boeing 747-400D
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-
|align=center|1
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|2023
+
-
|2026
+
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|546 (10/40/536)
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-
|Mainline (average age 26.33 years when retired)
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-
|-
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-
|Boeing 747-400ER
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-
|align=center|2
+
-
|2023
+
-
|2326
+
-
|485 (10/40/435)
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-
|Mainline (average age 23.46 years when retired)
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|-
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|ATR-42-200
+
-
|align=center|2
+
-
|2022
+
-
|2026
+
-
|50 (0/0/50)
+
-
|Connection (average age 34.93 years when retired)
+
-
|-
+
-
|ATR-42-300
+
-
|align=center|3
+
-
|2022
+
-
|2026
+
-
|50 (0/0/50)
+
-
|Connection (average age 32.22 years when retired)
+
-
|-
+
-
|ATR-72-200
+
-
|align=center|1
+
-
|2022
+
-
|2026
+
-
|74 (0/0/74)
+
-
|Connection (average age 18.33 years when retired)
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== Notable occurances ==
== Notable occurances ==
* Upon take off, an Il-86, Flight 483, registration N452SK,  owned by the second Skytran Airline suffered an engine failure shortly after take off from MYR. The pilot was able to sucessfully land in a field 5 NM away. 5 out of the 7 crew on board survived, and 343 out of the 350 passengers on board survived. The aircraft was written off. This incident along with the bankruptcy led to the 2nd Skytran to reconstruct.
* Upon take off, an Il-86, Flight 483, registration N452SK,  owned by the second Skytran Airline suffered an engine failure shortly after take off from MYR. The pilot was able to sucessfully land in a field 5 NM away. 5 out of the 7 crew on board survived, and 343 out of the 350 passengers on board survived. The aircraft was written off. This incident along with the bankruptcy led to the 2nd Skytran to reconstruct.
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[[File:IL-86 crash.jpg|thumb|The IL-86 that crashed in a field not far from MYR taking off. (virtually)]]
 
== See also ==
== See also ==
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[[Skytran United]]
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[[oneFly Alliance]]
[[Category:Airlines]]
[[Category:Airlines]]

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