Type : BAe J31 Jetstream Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Jean-Pierre Brisard Operator : Netherlines Download : Complete aircraft
Netherlines was founded in April 1984 and began services using Jetstream 31’s aircraft on a route between Amsterdam and Luxembourg. Other cities served throughout the years were Eindhoven, Enschede, Rotterdam, Groningen, Cologne, Münster, Lille, Birmingham, East Midlands and Luton. KLM acquired Netherlines in April 1988. In April 1991 the operations of Netherlines were merged with NLM Cityhopper and became KLM CityHopper. The PH-KJA was one of the three Jetstreams in the Netherlines-fleet and served from March 1985 till June 1991.
British Aerospace
Type : BAe J31 Jetstream Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Jean-Pierre Brisard Operator : A.I.S Airlines Download : Complete aircraft
AIS Airlines founded in 2009 and based at Lelystad Airport(NL) is part of AIS Flight Academy. It operates 5 Jetstream for services from Münster-Osnabrück to Stuttgart and in Scandinavia services for Flyglinjen, Direktflyg and Krohnair.
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Hans van Spelde Flight Simulator Repaints
Type : BAe J31 Jetstream Program : FS2004 and FSX, pack with 3 repaints Model : Jean-Pierre Brisard Operator : Base Airlines Download : Complete aircraft
BASE was set up in 1985 as BASE Business Airlines and performed charter flights from Eindhoven Airport. In 1994 it started regular services and the name was changed to BASE Regional Airlines. From 1999 to 2001 BASE was even a franchise partner of British Airways. Its aircraft flew in British Airways colors and with a 'BA' flight number. Destinations were the Gatwick and Heathrow and Birmingham, Manchester, Hamburg and Zurich. The fleet consisted of three Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia, 2 British Aerospace Jetstream J31 and one Beechcraft 1900D. In April 2001 the company went bankrupt.
Type : BAe J31 Jetstream Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Jean-Pierre Brisard Operator : Tulip Air Download : Complete aircraft
Tulip Air was a Dutch airline and operated from Rotterdam Airport mainly business flights. Its fleet included Beechcraft King Air B200's, BAe J-31's Jetstreams, Piper P-31 Navajo's and Cessna C-172,s. Tulip Air was acquired by the Excel Aviation Group and formed with RAS and Dynamic Airlines,its subsidiary Dynamic Exel. Tulip Air stopped its activities, when the Exel Aviation Group went bankrupt in 2005.
Type : BAe 146-300QT Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Jon Murchison Operator : XP Express Parcel Systems Download : Complete aircraft
XP Express Parcel Systems was founded in 1972 as City Courier by a few Amsterdam students who provided fast courier services within the capital on bicycles and motorcycles. The American courier company Purolator bought the company and after a few years sold it to the Dutch Vendex International, which changed the name City Courier to XP Express Parcel Systems. XP subsequently became a subsidiary of KLM Cargo. After a few years, KLM no longer considered courier services as its core business and sold XP to Global Distribution Express World Wide, jointly owned by the Australian TNT and the postal services of the Netherlands, Sweden, Canada, France and Germany. Today, TNT is part of FedEx Corporation. XP Express Parcel Systems operated its own Fokker F.27 Friendship-fleet. Additional capacity was leased from numerous European companies. For the long-term contracts, these leased aircraft, such as this BAe 146-300 of Malmö Aviation, were painted in XP's livery but remained registered in the country of origin.
Type : BAe 146-200 Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Jon Murchison Operator : Transavia Holland Download : Complete aircraft
During the summer of 1997 Transavia Holland hired a BAe 146-200, operated by Flightline UK.
Type : BAe ATP Program : FS2004 and FSX Model : Enigma Simulations Operator : Magic Blue Airlines Magic Bird Cargo Download : Complete aircraft
Magic Blue Airlines, based at Rotterdam Airport, started operations in 2005. The company was owned by Luxembourg-based FN Holding which also owned Farnair Europe. Due to mounting problems and insufficient financials, they had to give up after just under a year. The company had leased 2 BAe ATPs from British Aerospace to carry out a freight service for the Swedish Post. The aircraft were delivered too late and Magic Blue therefore had to pay compensation to the Swedish Postal Service. The company did not have that financial reserves and went bankrupt. A restart was made with a staff of twelve employees rebranding the airline: Magic Bird Cargo. In addition to the two ATPs, two Fokker 50s were also added to the fleet. Again things went wrong and the company went bankrupt in May 2007.