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Noble Air Virtual has gone Global

Last updated Thu, 06 Aug 2015 16:47:29 GMT
Originally posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2009 15:28:13 GMT

Noble Air, one of flight simulators oldest airlines has now had a facelift and gone with a global ACAR's reporting system. Developed by one of the Australian Hub members the system reports in automatically in FSX and soon will do the same for FS9 whether you are flying online or not. A fully integrated booking system with company flight plans provided. All aircraft on the ACARS can be tracked using Google Maps. All aircraft are tracked and hours recorded for maintenance purposes as are pilot locations for continuity.


Noble Air has Hubs in Australia, London, Glasgow, Dallas, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Manchester and runs with a full range of aircraft from the larger GA to the heavies.


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