Here's a fun one out of Brasil - SAVA flew for TNT (among a few other customers) back in the 1990's. They had 2 "leased" 703F's and 2 company liveried 721F's. One 707 was leased (or operated by) Skyjet. N707HT was leased from Int'l Air Leases.
SAVA Boeing 707-320F AC#1,N707HT,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/02:30,@1/09:30,320,F,3468,SBEG,1/10:30,@1/20:05,320,F,3468,KMIA,2/06:30,@2/11:00,310,F,3468,KJFK,2/16:30,@2/21:00,340,F,3467,KMIA,3/02:30,@3/12:05,310,F,3467,SBEG,3/13:05,@3/20:05,310,F,3467,SBGR,4/07:30,@4/08:45,350,F,0409,SBCF,4/10:00,@4/16:00,320,F,0409,SACO,5/06:00,@5/12:00,370,F,0408,SBCF,5/14:00,@5/15:15,340,F,0408,SBGR,6/02:30,@6/09:30,340,F,3468,SBEG,6/10:30,@6/20:05,340,F,3468,KMIA,0/02:30,@0/12:05,330,F,3467,SBEG,0/13:05,@0/20:05,310,F,3467,SBGR
Sorry did not realise you already had some flights for SAVA Cargo 707s.
Well, give it a few weeks, my friend. I have a lot of "catch up" to do with my own simulator and making some paints for my 98 plans, but I will be taking a crack at whatever paints for your late 90s cargo airlines I feel like I can handle.
Last Edit: Apr 10, 2020 14:13:35 GMT -6 by chasensfo
“During the 1990's and early 2000's, a number of former Soviet aircraft were used by mostly unknown and anonymous operators to support the Russian shopping tourism to the U.A.E. In many cases, the cargo was carried together with the passengers in the aircraft's cabin simply loaded on the seats.” - Little blurb that I found in my internet research on these guys. This is a rather short but apt description of what Elf Air did as a company and the customers it catered to. Based out of UUBW in Moscow, they leased their aircraft to whoever needed the lift. PRAGMA Manufacturing, Sankuru Air Services, Kampuchea Airlines, Air Charter Service, Stolichniy Bank of Savings, The United Nations, and many more used Elf Air aircraft to get their customers or their freight to where they/it needed to go. Flightplans are semi-fictional and are based off of photos I found on the web. Some of the Il-76's are just spare FP's from several Avsim.su files I had lying around. Most of the paints are all done too and are on the way to the Google Drive - *Fleet's Ramp*. The Stolichniy Bank jet (RA-65099) is beyond my talent scope right now. It's up for grabs if anyone wants to paint it.
Finding info on this airline during this era is rather hard. They had some relationship with the Canadian postal system but also operated aircraft in the 'states. Anything that sported a "PC" in their reg more than likely was a Purolator aircraft at one point.
Here are some rudimentary FP's to get them going. Plans are semi-fictional and are based on several online sources. (If anyone has any info on their route structure or customer base, please feel free to write me a PM and help me mend the err of my ways.)
Paints are needed for this era. This is the "blue-wave" livery - not the later "orange-crush" livery, if you will. (mikeblaze did one 721F EWW hybrid in these colors.)
Boeing 727-100F's AC#X,C-GKFC,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/13:00,@1/19:40,300,F,2201,CYVR,1/21:00,@1/23:40,290,F,2200,CYWG,2/13:00,@2/15:45,350,F,2601,CYHM,2/19:00,@2/23:45,320,F,2600,CYWG,3/13:00,@3/19:40,300,F,2201,CYVR,3/21:00,@3/23:40,350,F,2200,CYWG,4/13:00,@4/15:45,310,F,2601,CYHM,4/19:00,@4/23:45,320,F,2600,CYWG,5/13:00,@5/19:40,360,F,2201,CYVR,5/21:00,@5/23:40,370,F,2200,CYWG,6/13:00,@6/15:45,350,F,2601,CYHM,6/19:00,@6/23:45,320,F,2600,CYWG,0/15:00,@0/16:35,370,F,0769,KMSP,0/20:00,@0/21:35,320,F,0768,CYWG AC#X,N527PC,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/13:00,@1/18:00,320,F,1701,KDEN,1/20:00,@1/23:00,350,F,1700,KIND,2/14:00,@2/14:40,310,F,2801,CYHM,2/21:00,@2/23:40,340,F,2800,KIND,3/13:00,@3/18:00,320,F,1701,KDEN,3/20:00,@3/23:00,330,F,1700,KIND,4/14:00,@4/14:40,370,F,2801,CYHM,4/21:00,@4/23:40,340,F,2800,KIND,5/13:00,@5/18:00,340,F,1701,KDEN,5/20:00,@5/23:00,330,F,1700,KIND,6/14:00,@6/14:40,350,F,2801,CYHM,6/21:00,@6/23:40,360,F,2800,KIND,0/15:00,@0/18:35,320,F,0897,CYWG,0/20:00,@0/23:35,310,F,0896,KIND AC#X,N528PC,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/15:00,@1/18:00,350,F,1801,KIND,1/20:00,@2/01:00,300,F,1800,KDEN,2/13:00,@2/18:30,360,F,2401,CYVR,2/20:00,@2/23:30,310,F,2400,KDEN,3/15:00,@3/18:00,310,F,1801,KIND,3/20:00,@4/01:00,340,F,1800,KDEN,4/13:00,@4/18:30,360,F,2401,CYVR,4/20:00,@4/23:30,370,F,2400,KDEN,5/15:00,@5/18:00,290,F,1801,KIND,5/20:00,@6/01:00,300,F,1800,KDEN,6/13:00,@6/18:30,300,F,2401,CYVR,6/20:00,@6/23:30,350,F,2400,KDEN,0/15:00,@0/17:10,370,F,0987,CYWG,0/20:00,@1/00:10,320,F,0986,KDEN
Douglas DC-9-15F's AC#X,N561PC,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/14:00,@1/17:35,360,F,0589,CYWG,1/20:00,@1/23:35,350,F,0588,KIND,2/12:00,@2/14:05,340,F,0615,KOMA,2/18:00,@2/20:05,350,F,0614,KIND,3/14:00,@3/17:35,340,F,0589,CYWG,3/20:00,@3/23:35,330,F,0588,KIND,4/12:00,@4/14:05,300,F,0615,KOMA,4/18:00,@4/20:05,350,F,0614,KIND,5/14:00,@5/17:35,360,F,0589,CYWG,5/20:00,@5/23:35,350,F,0588,KIND,6/12:00,@6/14:05,300,F,0615,KOMA,6/18:00,@6/20:05,290,F,0614,KIND,0/15:00,@0/15:40,310,F,0267,CYHM,0/19:00,@0/21:40,340,F,0266,KIND AC#X,N562PC,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/14:00,@1/18:10,340,F,0348,KDEN,1/22:00,@2/00:10,310,F,0347,CYWG,2/14:00,@2/15:40,290,F,0498,KMSP,2/22:00,@2/23:40,320,F,0497,CYWG,3/14:00,@3/18:10,300,F,0348,KDEN,3/22:00,@4/00:10,290,F,0347,CYWG,4/14:00,@4/15:40,310,F,0498,KMSP,4/22:00,@4/23:40,340,F,0497,CYWG,5/14:00,@5/18:10,300,F,0348,KDEN,5/22:00,@6/00:10,310,F,0347,CYWG,6/14:00,@6/15:40,350,F,0498,KMSP,6/22:00,@6/23:40,340,F,0497,CYWG,0/15:00,@0/17:50,310,F,2701,CYHM,0/19:00,@0/23:50,340,F,2700,CYWG
A little freight-runner airline from Canada. Little is known about this airline as well - other than, sadly, their safety record. FP's are semi-fictional and based on several online resources. (We really need a good G-159 AI model... )