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AIRLINE 7 - PC based gaming


AIRLINE can be as detailed as the user wishes to make it. AIRLINE can be played in regions or globally, a user can decide price levels by aircraft or by individual segments. Service levels, encompassing such things as meal service, business lounge access, headphones and luggage allowance even newspapers, can be controlled across the entire fleet or again by individual segment.

Promotional items such as playing cards, in-flight magazines and model aircraft are also taken into consideration and advertising measures can be implemented on individual cities or across an entire network and include choices covering various media formats.

AIRLINE includes over 700 aircraft variations, a configuration setting allows users to turn on or off the facility to include prototype aircraft such as the original 747-300 Tri Jet which was never developed but AIRLINE allows users to experiment with these types.

AIRLINE 7 is available as a download and installs on your computer. Follow the link below to see more screen shots and read more about AIRLINE 7.


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The AIRLINE update is now available for download. The update includes the ability to fully config (with seat map) all new aircraft being ordered as a single or bulk purchase and also now the ability to specify which sub fleet the aircraft will belong to when delivered. 

Thank you to those people who have sent through suggestions for future updates, we are already working on inclusion of some of those suggestion in the next build. If you have any suggestions for functionality you would like to see in future updates, please send your ideas to support@airlinesimulation.com or check out our help desk with a growing number of FAQ updates. We love to hear your feedback. Our next update will include new aircraft data. 

Existing users should note that this is a full install file however in some cases, this may cause you to lose any saved games. 


AIRLINE 7 Scenario Editor is now available

The AIRLINE 7 Scenario Editor is now available on our store for members only.The scenario editor enables users to upload their own images into a scenario, edit the business plan, change the AI shares and values, fuel prices and much more. The Scenario Editor is available low at the introductory price of AU$15.95 and is linked to your support date. 




The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner manufactured by Airbus. It is the world's largest passenger airliner, and the airports at which it operates have upgraded facilities to accommodate it. 

The A380's upper deck extends along the entire length of the fuselage, with a width equivalent to a wide-body aircraft. This gives the A380-800's cabin 550 square metres of usable floor space, 40% more than the Boeing 747-8 and provides seating for 525 people in a typical three-class configuration or up to 853 people in an all-economy class configuration. The A380-800 has a design range of 8,500 nautical miles (15,700 km), sufficient to fly nonstop from Dallas, USA to Sydney, Australia, and a cruising speed of Mach 0.85 (about 900 km/h, 560 mph or 490 kn at cruising altitude).

As of September 2015, Airbus had received 317 firm orders and delivered 171 aircraft; Emirates is the biggest A380 customer with 140 on order and 67 delivered.




Have you ever dreamed of running your own airline? Convinced you could build a super airline if only you had control over aircraft types, seating configuration, advertising, service levels, pricing and maintenance?






Here is your chance. With our popular PC based AIRLINE Simulation you can test your skill on your own PC against the computer or, if you want to take on the world, you can play online with The Airline Game.


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The Airline Game - Play Online against the world

Join an online game at www.theairlinegame.com



Many of our AIRLINE 7 users always told us they wished they could play online with other users. In answer to their requests, we have developed "The Airline Game" a true multiplayer online game which enables you to log on, build and manage your airline and compete against users from all over the world. If you want to run a low cost carrier, you can. If you want to run a 3 class premium airline with sleeper seats in premium classes, you can! You can be active in your competition or you can chose to run a small domestic operation in the islands of the south pacific.

"The Airline Game" allows users to form alliances, code shares and build connecting flights. You can run a complex airline or a simple commuter point to point.


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TAG010 is is a giant multi-year environment that started in 1972 and will run through until 2010. 

TAG014 now in progress and is set in North America in present day! Buy TAG Credits here - no joining fee for TAG014 and only 1 credit per week to play. 

Join a TAG game here: www.theairlinegame.com

The Airline Game is a web based simulation for players who wish to complete against people from around the world. There is no software to install - all you need is an internet connection and a web browser. We have users who play on their iPads, their PC's, Windows 8 Tablets, Windows Desk Tops, Android tablets. The flow of the game is controlled by the servers at The Airline Game and we offer different game scenarios from time to time. Current day, dawn of the jet age, 1946 post WW2, different simulations will run throughout the year.  

For more detail on our online game, The Airline Game, please click here.






Interluft was the national airline of East Germany from 1963 to 1990. Based in East Berlin, it operated scheduled and chartered flights to European and intercontinental destinations out of its hub at Berlin Schönefeld Airport, focusing on communist countries. Following the German reunification, the company was liquidated.

As a state-owned airline, Interluft had approximate 8,000 employees and was under control of the National Defense Council, which held the command of the East German armed forces. The majority of the pilots were reserve officers of the National People's Army (and as such required to be members of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany), and all of its aircraft could have been requisitioned for military purposes at any time.Applicants for the job of a flight attendant needed to be approved of by the Stasi, in order to assess their so-called political reliability, minimizing espionage and escape attempts in Western countries. On warning of suspension, Interluft crews were not allowed to associate with employees of airlines from non-socialist countries.

Interluft did not offer a frequent flyer program.