If you couldn't afford the DC-10, go with the L-1011 (or maybe A300)
The best choice would be the DC-10 (or L-1011).
The 747 is too large, the DC-8 is too small.
The 763 will be the perfect craft to go with.
Or, if the MD-11 is already out, then you may go with it.
Your best replacements would be:
Boeing 737 Classic
Sorry, I forgot. Guess the A320 is the best choice for you.
It's always wise to check the airline's fleet before considering purchase. It's worth the 2 credits.
That's quite big.
Depends on what year it is.
If it's the mid-80's, then for sure, the B734 is your choice. If it's the 90's, then go for the A320, or wait for the B738 in 1998.
It affects the customer satisfaction. The higher the investment, the higher the satisfaction, but the higher the investment cost.
You should. For short ones, use the DC-9 (or the upcoming 737), and for the long ones, use the 727.
Ideal for short-haul (and sometimes long-haul) routes if you start from the early 60's, a time before the 727 comes out.
"K" stands for thousand. So, you basically have $572,180,000.
The solution is to do medium/long-range 707 routes, especially with the 707-320B. On short-haul routes, use the 727, 737 or DC-9.
Welcome back, ol' comrade! Nice to see you coming back from your inactivity!
Nice one! Also, how on Earth could you guys be able to purchase the full version of AT4?
You should place a bid higher than the previous bidder's bid. If it's too high for you, then there'll be no use.
The A306 would be your choice, because it is faster, more fuel-efficient, and even carry more passengers, despite the higher price.
NOTE: The oldest 744 only has about 2+ years of life left.