Virtual Air New Zealand Relaunch

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Ian White
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Virtual Air New Zealand Relaunch

#1 Post by Ian White » Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:40 pm

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It is with great pleasure that I announce that vANZ is now open for business after taking a little break.

We would like to welcome new pilots to our virtual airline, and welcome back our existing members.
We fly a full range of aircraft from the mighty B777 down to the B1900d turboprop, and operate a summer and winter schedules based on the real airline's schedule.

So come visit us at http://www.virtualairnz.com and check out the new website.
Ian White
CEO Virtual Air New Zealand

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Re: Virtual Air New Zealand Relaunch

#2 Post by Mark Richards » Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:21 pm

Excellent News Ian!

I've got the updated logo and will update the VA Partners details shortly.

Good to have you back so quickly and the site looks great, well done.
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Re: Virtual Air New Zealand Relaunch

#3 Post by Wesley St George » Sun Feb 01, 2009 4:03 pm

Interesting, it looks very nice and is a big step up from your last website :D Congratulations Ian.

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Re: Virtual Air New Zealand Relaunch

#4 Post by Steve Hall » Sun Feb 01, 2009 6:38 pm

Ian White wrote:.......
We fly a full range of aircraft from the mighty B777 down to the B1900d turboprop, and operate a summer and winter schedules based on the real airlines schedule.

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Ummm how about from the mighty B747 down to the B1900D turboprop.......:)

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