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"Airlines" is a DOS based construction and management simulation game created by Interactivision later renamed InterActive Vision. The main object of the game was to successfully set up an airline by buying aircraft, planning routes, setting ticket prices and dealing with events such as hostage and oil crises. The game had 4 airlines, a minimum of one of which was human controlled, the rest computer controlled. The game begins with the year set as 1970 and as time progresses more aircraft models become available corresponding with their first flights in reality. As a DOS based game, Airlines does not work on Microsoft Windows operating systems beyond Windows ME, requiring a DOS emulator such as Dosbox.

  • also known as Airlines 2
  • genres: Simulation video game, Strategy video game
  • publisher: Take-Two Interactive


"Airlines" is a 2005 adult film directed by Mario Salieri.


  1. "Airlines" is a composition, cataloged instance.
  2. "Airlines" is a musical album of PashGang.
    • released in (15 years ago)
  3. "Airlines" is a musical album of Stevo's Teen.
    • released on (12 years ago)


Airlines is a musical group.


Airlines: For commercial airports, the airlines that serve this airport.

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Google previewA Concise Introduction to Logic (2005)

by Patrick Hurley

United Airlines is an automaker. Therefore, United Airlines is a computer manufacturer.

Google previewLogic: The Essentials (2015)

by Patrick J. Hurley

United Airlines is an automaker. Therefore, United Airlines is a ...

Google previewHow to Watch a Game of Rugby (2005)

by Spiro Bernard Zavos

KR to SZ: 'Living in New Zealand, New York and St Tropez and on the world's finest airlines means having to put in place top-class preparation and scheduling for Big Rugby. [British television sports channel] Setanta delivers live Tri-Nations in ...

Google previewLetter Perfect (2007)

The Marvelous History of Our Alphabet From A to Z by David Sacks

Delta Airlines refers to the Gulf of Mexico region, but in Maine or Nevada you might find Delta Landscaping or Delta Taxi Service, with no geographical reference. The Greek name sounds like quality (if you overlook the potential meaning of ...

Google previewThe Innovation Acid Test (2008)

Growth Through Design and Differentiation by Andrew M. Jones

In the US market, Jet Blue Airlines is a now a serious competitor with Southwest in this ...

Google previewThe Rights of Air Passengers in the Event of Delays and Cancellations (2002)

by Nordic Council of Ministers

A highly possible alternative to the handling in the courts of consumers' claims against the airlines is a form of handling by tribunals, or boards. Compared with handling in the courts, handling in tribunals offers several advantages - it is ...

Google previewIntelligence in Action (2012)

Strategically Managing Knowledge Assets by G. Erickson, H. Rothberg

Southwest Airlines is a different animal, as it has been more consistently profitable, with a strong brand, over the past few decades.Whatthe firmdoesdifferently isnota secret (single typeofairplane, fast turnarounds atless congestedairports, ...

Google previewThe Secret Language of Leadership (2011)

How Leaders Inspire Action Through Narrative by Stephen Denning

Airlines is a story of people living life to the fullest, with humor and a sense of fun, being free to “roam about the country” because the airline makes it affordable to do so by providing cheap, reliable, entertaining flights to popular destinations.

Google previewThe Mobile Revolution (2007)

The Making of Mobile Services Worldwide by Dan Steinbock

For example, Virgin Atlantic Airlines is an MVNO in the UK that uses its market recognition to position itself for selling directly to its airline customers and others. Tesco, a UK supermarket chain, may match most of the criteria - and in the United ...

Google previewLeading Teams with Integrity (2012)

Advice from Leadership Experts (Collection) by Stedman Graham, Ken Blanchard, Jon Huntsman, Doug Lennick, Fred Kiel Ph.D.

For example, Southwest Airlines is a cause. We did something no airline has ever done. In 1971, when flying was for the elite, we wanted to open up the skies to everyone. We believed flying could be fun. Only 13 percent of Americans were ...

Google previewThe Knowing-Doing Gap (2013)

How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into Action by Jeffrey Pfeffer, Robert I. Sutton

Southwest Airlines is a firm that uses fairly simple business practices that are widely known, but it continues to have the best financial performance in the airline industry. Numerous books, case studies, and television shows have described ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African Airlines (1998)

by Ben R. Guttery

During 1982 Sierra Leone Airways was renamed Sierra Leone Airlines. The same year, British Caledonian Airlines, successor to British United, which had provided management assistance since 1961, was fired. Alia, the Royal Jordanian ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Travel and Tourism Terminology (2005)

by Allan Beaver

If US anti-trust immunity has been provided by the Department of Transportation, the US airlines may discuss pricing with partner airlines designated in the immunity grant. Otherwise, neither scheduling nor fares may be discussed. For full ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society (2008)

by Robert W. Kolb

Deregulating the airlines. Cambridge: MIT Press. Brenner, M. A., Leet, J. O., & Schott, E. (1985). Airline deregulation. Westport, CT: Eno Foundation for Transportation. Meyer, J. R., Oster, C. V., Jr., Clippinger, M., McKey, A., Pickrell, D. H., ...

Google previewBusiness of Wine, The: An Encyclopedia (2008)

An Encyclopedia by Geralyn G. Brostrom, Jack Brostrom

AIRLINES Wine sales to airline companies represent tens of millions of dollars spent in the United States, as well as many more millions in Europe and Asia. These sales exist in two straightforward categories: inexpensive wines in ...

Google previewWorkers in America: A Historical Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2013)

by Robert E. Weir

airlines have endured disputes over traditional issues such as wages, hours, and benefits, but also over issues more germane to transportation industries such as management-imposed pattern bargaining, long-hauI/short-haul salary ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Narcotics Anonymous; National Academician; National Academy; National Airlines; National Archives; National Association; Native American; Nautical Almanac; Naval Academy; ...

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The future of the airlines lay in hauling people, not in hauling mail for the government. (Cyrus Rowlett Smith)
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Scrabble value of A1I1R1L1I1N1E1S1

The value of this 8-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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