Our passenger fleet...

Altair Virtual Airlines has some of the best aircraft models available, offering a broad range of prop, turboprop and turbofan aircraft. Aircraft Manufacturers represented in our livery include: Airbus, ATR, BAE, BoeingBombardier, Embraer, Fokker, Raytheon and Saab. As more and more pilots move to FS2004, Altair will focus on offering the best possible aircraft for the FS2002 & FS2004 platforms. Altair Airlines operates regular, scheduled, domestic and international passenger flights.


Aircraft Capacity x Range Comparison
Boeing B747-400
419 pax  
7260 nm 
Boeing B777-200ER
301 pax  
7730 nm 
Airbus A340-313E
295 pax  
7400 nm 
Airbus A330-300
295 pax  
5650 nm 
Boeing B767-300ER
218 pax  
6105 nm 
Boeing B757-200
200 pax  
3900 nm 
Boeing B737-800
189 pax  
3060 nm 
Boeing B737-400
159 pax 
2080 nm 
Boeing B737-700
149 pax 
3365 nm 
Boeing B727-200
115 pax 
2500 nm 



AIRBUS A321 - iFDG model FS2004 FS2002
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The Airbus A321- is the "bigger brother" from the Airbus A320 family. Designed to optimise revenue through passenger comfort and cabin adaptability as well as ensure savings in every element of direct operating cost, the A318, A319, A320 and A321 make up the world's most profitable single-aisle aircraft family. They provide operators with the highest degree of commonality and economy for aircraft in the 100-220 seat category.

AIRBUS A330-300 - Project Opensky model FS2004 FS2002
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The twin-engine A330 combines some of the lowest operating costs of any aircraft ever designed with maximum flexibility for a wide range of route structures. The A330-300, which first entered service in early 1994, typically seats 335 passengers in two classes or 295 passengers in three classes and can fly up to 5,600 nm/10,400 km. It was joined in 1998 by the A330-200, which offers long range capability of up to 6,650 nm/12,300 km with ETOPS capability on the routes for which it was designed and seats 253 passengers in three classes.

AIRBUS A340-313E - Project Opensky model FS2004 FS2002
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The A340-300 was made for the 300-seat long-range market. It offers lower costs than competing aircraft over any range. The ability to generate profits on routes not viable with older or oversized equipment increases flexibility and gives access to new markets. Direct point-to-point services and increased flight frequencies provide the marketing advantage required to win high-yield traffic, while the luxurious and spacious cabin helps keep it. The A340-300 flies 295 passengers in a typical three-class cabin layout over 7,400 nm/13,700 km range.

BOEING B727-200 - Charles Fox model FS2004 FS2002
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On December 5, 1960 Boeing announced the production of its 727, the first commercial three engine jet. United and Eastern Airlines immediately placed orders for 40 apiece, the first of which (727-100s) entered service in 1964. Its unprecedented low-speed landing and takeoff performance along with its luxuriously wide fuselage would make the 727 by far the most popular aircraft in the world through the first 35 years of jet transportation. In 1967 the 727-200 was introduced with a 20-foot-longer fuselage which could accommodate up to 189 passengers.
BOEING B737-400 - MS & Dreamfleet models FS2004 FS2002
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The Boeing 737 first flew in 1967. Designed as a intermediate range commercial transport it went through several modifications. The 400 model in use by Altair Virtual saw the length increased for greater capacity and modification to it's engines. Altair Virtual Airlines has both the Dreamfleet B737-400 and the Microsoft default aircrafts available for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 and the default aircraft available for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
BOEING B737-700 - Kittyhawk & PMDG models FS2004 FS2002
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The Next-Generation 737 models build on the strengths that made the 737 the world's most successful commercial airliner, while incorporating improvements and value-added technology designed for the 21st century. Advanced technology winglets allow airlines to save on fuel, extend its range, carry more payload and reduce engine maintenance costs. The winglet option increases the Next-Generation 737's lead as the newest and most technologically advanced airplane in its class. These new technology winglets are now available on 737-700s).
BOEING B737-800 - Kittyhawk & PMDG models FS2004 FS2002
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The newest members of the Boeing 737 family - the 737-600/-700/-800/-900 models - continue the 737's pre-eminence as the world's most popular and reliable commercial jet transport. The 737 family has won orders for more than 5,200 airplanes, which is more airplanes than The Boeing Company's biggest competitor has won for its entire product line since it began business. The 737 - a short-to-medium-range airplane - is based on a key Boeing philosophy of delivering added value to airlines with reliability, simplicity and reduced operating and maintenance costs.
BOEING B747-400 - Project Opensky model FS2004 FS2002
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Instantly recognized by passengers around the world, the Boeing 747 is in a class by itself. Currently the only 747 model in production, the 747-400 incorporates major aerodynamic improvements over earlier 747 models, including the addition of winglets to reduce drag, new avionics, a new flight deck and the latest in-flight entertainment systems. And, the 747 continues to be the world's fastest subsonic jetliner, cruising at Mach .85 -- or 85 percent of the speed of sound. Along with the popular Boeing 777, the 747 is a key element of the Boeing long-range market strategy.
BOEING B757-200 - Project Opensky & Mike Stone models FS2004 FS2002
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The single-aisle Boeing 757 is in a class by itself when it comes to economics and airport performance. The 757 has the lowest operating cost per seat-mile of any single-aisle jetliner in its class and a lower cost per trip than any twin-aisle airplane. The Boeing 757-200 is known for exceptional fuel efficiency, low noise levels, increased passenger comfort and top operating performance. The 757 offers versatility by reducing airport congestion; it can fly both long- and short-range routes and its broad use effectively lends itself to "hub-and-spoke" planning.
BOEING B767-300ER - Project Opensky model FS2004 FS2002
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The Boeing 767 first flew in 1981. Designed as a medium range commercial transport it went through several modifications until the 767-300 series which featured a stretched fuselage. The model made available in the Altair Virtual Airlines Fleet is the Project Open Sky Boeing B767-300ER (Extended Range) for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002.
BOEING B777-200ER - Meljet model FS2004 FS2002
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Market demand sized, shaped and launched the newest member of the Boeing twin-aisle family. The airplane design offers features, innovations and approaches to airplane development that set the standard for delivering value to airlines. The 777 is the first jetliner to be 100 percent digitally designed using three-dimensional computer graphics. The airplane is larger than all other twinjet or trijet airplanes and smaller than the 747. It brings the twin-engine economic advantage to medium- and long-range markets.


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