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Standard Planes and Associated Flight Destinations

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  1. Captain WH Rollins

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    Standard Planes and Associated Flight Destinations
    I have created this user guide for those of you who have been playing the game of Airport City for a while, and are in the early stages of your game development. This user guide will give you a brief overview as to the different types of standard planes available and the broad spectrum of destinations each standard plane flies to.

    How useful you find this user guide will depend on how far along you are with your game, what your short term goals are and your long term objectives. There will be a number of sections which will not apply to you as yet, but it will still be useful for you to have an insight into what options will become available to you in the near future.

    This user guide is divided into seven sections, the first section deals with Common Flights, the second section deals with Daily Mission Tasks, the third section deals with Weather Station Flights, the fourth section deals with Weekly Alliance Mission Flights, the fifth section deals with Alliance Map Flights, the sixth section deals with Excavation Map Flights and the seventh section deals with Map Flights Awarded Spaceship Launches.

    For the purpose of this user guide, I have focused on the following ten standard planes, Powerful Propellar Driven (level 5), Turboprop (level 7), Jet (level 13), Delta (level 19), Powerful Delta (level 25), Jumbo (level 31), Giant (level 41), Falcon (level 51), Thunderbird (level 61) and Condor (level 71). These standard planes can only be purchased with coins and will become available as you progress through your game levels.

    The S1 and S2 class planes can only be purchased with silver and gold tokens, while the S3 class planes can only be obtained through the completion of flight collections. The main difference with these types of planes is that they fly at increased speeds of 10%, 30% and 40%, but fly to the same destinations as does the standard planes. My only reason for mentioning this here is to provide you with a more complete picture, although these planes will not become available to you until much later on in your game.

    The size of your fleet, the types of planes in your fleet and the amount of resources you have available e.g. fuel, passengers, flight items etc. will determine what you will be able to do. You will not be alone with regards to this, there will be many flyers who have experienced or who will experience this during the early stage of their games.

    Section One:- Common Flight Destinations
    This section deals with common flights, no maps will be required to undertake these types of flights. However, many of these destinations will require flight items, which will be gifted to you by your neighbours and/or obtained from plane drops.

    In time you will come to realise that your neighbours will prove to be far more reliable, when gifting needed flight items, than from plane drops, which will be few and far between. Having a good few hundred neighbours will be to your advantage, but this will take time to achieve.

    It is also important to make sure your neighbours are also forum members, this way you will be able to communicate with them through posts and private messages. It will also be a good idea to set up your signature page, and ensure you keep it up to date, so your neighbours will know what you need.

    It is important you keep a well stocked warehouse of flight items to keep your fleet of planes in the air, planes on the ground will be of no use to you:
    Powerful Propellar Driven - Cyprus, Egypt,
    Turboprop - Artic Station, Bali Island, Cape Canaveral, Goa, Malta, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Thailand, Turkish Coast, Washington DC
    Jet - Baikonur, Buenos Aires, Canary Islands, London, Los Angeles, North Observatory, Rio, Rome, Saint Petersburg, Singapore, Sydney
    Delta - Barcelona, Dubai, Lima, Moscow, New York, Nice, Paris, Seoul, South Observatory
    Powerful Delta - Antarctic, Brasilia, Chicago, Delhi, Hong Kong, Iceland, Las Vegas, Nepal, Shanghai
    Jumbo - Amsterdam, Berlin, Cape Town, Hawaiian Islands, Houston, Jiuquan, Mexico City, Montreal, Quito, Santiago, Seattle, Tokyo, Vladivostok
    Giant - Austin, Bogota, Caracas, Havana, Helsinki, Johannesburg, Melbourne, Oslo, Plesetsk, Toronto, Tortuga, Yokohama
    Falcon - Anchorage, Beijing, Dakar, Frankfurt, Ibiza, Lisbon, Minneapolis, Mogadishu, Montevideo, Stockholm, Yekaterinburg
    Thunderbird - Baghdad, Belize, Boston, Busan, Damascus, Jakarta, Kabul, Osaka, Pyongyang, Riyadh, Tehran
    Condor - Bangor, Budapest, Dallas, Guadalajara, Kansas City, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos, Macau, New Orleans​

    For more information with regards to this subject matter you will need to click on the following link www.airportcitygame.com/threads/common-flight-destinations-and-plane-types-required.18979/ - and read through the user guide Common Flight Destinations and Planes Types Required. You can also obtain information from the Flights menu section within your game with regards to flight times, flight rewards, fuel, passengers etc.

    Section Two:- Daily Mission Tasks
    This section deals with a set of three daily mission tasks and the number of times you will need to repeat each exercise, before the tasks are completed. You will have 24 hours in which to complete all three tasks, before the mission tasks reset.

    The type of tasks you will need to perform will vary from day to day, some will require flights to be completed, while others will require buildings to be visited. The following are examples - flights sent (0/40), flights speed-up with fuel (0/30), commercial buildings visited (0/150), residential buildings visited (0/125), help given to neighbours (0/50), guest planes landed (0/35) and gifts sent (0/16).

    By completing all three sets of tasks you will be rewarded with a Workaholic set, which will contain two random collectable items. Each time you complete a flight related task (section one common flights), it will count towards your total.

    Section Three:- Weather Station Flights
    This section deals with weather station flights, to undertake these type of flights you will first need to purchase a weather station building. This building will be available from game level 12, will cost you 6,000 coins to purchase level one and will have a construction time of 1 day. You will also need to obtain upgrade gift items, from your neighours and/or from flight drops, to make the level one building solid and live, before you move on to the second level.

    Once your building becomes available you can then open the menu by clicking on the building. Once open, you will find 9 flights to complete, one flight per day. If you complete the first three set of flights you will receive a Wind Charm bonus, if you complete the second set of flights you will receive a Shaman Drum bonus and if you complete the third set of flights you will receive a Vintage Weathervane bonus.

    It will not be possible to know the types of planes needed and their destinations in advance. Only on the day, when the flight opens, will you know the type of plane needed, its destination and flights item. If you are unsuccessful in completing anyone of the 9 flights (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc), the entire process will reset back to the beginning, but you will not lose any bonus collected along the way.

    Section Four:- Weekly Alliance Mission Flights
    This section deals with the weekly alliance mission flights, to undertake these type of flights, you will first need to create your own alliance group or join an alliance group.

    To create your own alliance group, you will need to purchase the Airline Alliance HQ building, available from game level 10, the purchase price will be 50,000 coins and will have a construction time of 12 hours. To join an alliance group, you will not need to purchase the Airline Alliance HQ building, which will save you time and money.

    With the first option, once the building is solid and live, you will need to click on the icon, located on the right side of your main game screen, to open the menu. Once open, you will find two clickable information tabs. The first tab will be labelled 'My Tasks' and will list three flight destinations, the number of flights needed to complete each task and the types of planes needed. The second tab will be labelled 'Alliance Progress' and will list all the alliance members in the group and each of their progress results across a gaming week.

    With regards to the 'My Tasks', the destinations and planes will only become available as a set of 3 tasks during the weekly alliance mission, each week there will be a new set of three destinations and planes:
    Powerful Propeller Driven - Antalya, Dhaka, Maracay, Pattaya, Riga
    Turboprop - Canberra, Ouagadougou, Tel Aviv, Winnipeg, Yerevan
    Jet - Almaty, Jeddah, Muscat, Pretoria, Tashkent
    Delta - Albuquerque, Beirut, Khartoum, Monterrey, Vilnius
    Powerful Delta - Bishkek, Dresden, Fortaleza, Santo Domingo, Varanasi
    Jumbo - Kazan, Libreville, Medina, Taipei, Talinn
    Giant - Bucharest, Casablanca, Jerusalem, Mecca, Ulaanbaatar
    Falcon - Ankara, Dushanbe, Paramaibo, Toledo, Windhoek
    Thunderbird - Askgabat, Doha, Guatemala City, Guayaquil, Shenzhen
    Condor - Abu Dhabi, Charlotte, Kathmandu, Tbilisi, Toulouse​

    At the end of the gaming week rewards will be given to those alliance groups who finish in the top 100 alliance groups table. The higher up the table your alliance group finish, the greater the rewards will be.

    For more information with regards to alliance groups you will need to click on the following link, www.airportcitygame.com/threads/alliance-map-destinations-and-plane-types-required.18632/ - and read through the user guide. You can also click on the following link http://airportcity.wikia.com/wiki/Airport_City_Wiki - and go to the airport city wiki website and search for alliance related information.

    Section Five:- Alliance Map Flight Destinations
    This section deals with alliance map flights, to obtain these maps and undertake these types of flights, you will need to be part of a successful alliance group and finish in the top 100 alliance group table, on a weekly basis, to obtain them along with other reward items.

    These alliance maps (also know as purple maps) will become available to you based on your game level status, your star skills status and having the right type of buildings in place:
    Powerful Propeller Driven - Acapulco, Cartagena, La Paz, Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula
    Turboprop - Baden Baden, Luxembourg, Monaco, San Marino, Vaduz
    Jet - Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart
    Delta - Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, Winterthur, Zurich
    Powerful Delta - Denver, Des Moines, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Rapid City
    Jumbo - Indianapolis, Le Mans, Maranello, Modena, Monza
    Giant - San Diego, San Jose, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa
    Falcon - Bath, Canterbury, Exeter, York, Norwich
    Thunderbird - Corinth, Heraklion, Patras, Rhodes, Thessaloniki
    Condo - Alicante, Bilboa, Cordoba, Granada, Saville​

    For information with regards to alliance map destinations and plane types required, you will need to click on the following link www.airportcitygame.com/threads/alliance-map-destinations-and-plane-types-required.18632/ - for information on creating an alliance group or joining an alliance group you will need to click on the following link www.airportcitygame.com/threads/creating-an-alliance-group-or-joining-an-alliance-group.19174/ - you can also go to the Flights menu section within your game, for information with regards to flight items required, flight rewards etc, or click on the following link http://airportcity.wikia.com/wiki/Airport_City_Wiki - and go to the airport city wiki website, and search for alliance related information.

    Section Six:- Excavation Map Flight Destinations
    This section deals with excavation map flights, these maps can only be purchased through the Airship Store. The Airship will visit your game site twice a week, and remain there for a period of time, which will be measured many hours.

    The Airship Dock will be available from game level 9, will cost you 3,000 coins to purchase the building and there will be a construction time of 1 hour. You will also need to obtain upgrade gift items, from your neighours and/or from flight drops, to make the building solid and live.

    It will cost you 2,000 coins to purchase one single map, it will cost 5 green notes to purchase one excavation map set, containing 20 flights items, and it will cost 12 green notes to purchase one map set containing 3 random maps:
    Turboprop - Excavations: Mesoamerica, Machu Picchu, Tollan
    Jet - Excavations: Ancient Rome, Chichen Itza, Constantinople, Carthage, Veii, Ephesus, Merida, Tenochtitlan, Quetzalcoatl Temple
    Delta - Excavations: Stonehenge, Avaricum, Gergovie
    Powerful Delta - Excavations: Ancient Egypt, Alesia, Bibracte, Luxor, Kom Ombo, Heliopolis, Cairo, Memphis, Londinium
    Jumbo - Excavations: The Ancient World, Delphi, Sparta, Troy, Athens, Thebes, Excavations: Southern Europe, Vinci, Florence, Valencia, Caprese, Siena, Excavations: Scandinavia, Skara, Helsingborg, Bergen, Uppsala, Trondheim
    Giant - Excavations: Eastern Europe, Novgorod, Murom, Smolensk, Chernihiv, Kyiv, Excavations: Oceania, Honolulu, Wellington, Tahiti, Samoa, Funafuti, Excavations: Western Europe, Zaragoza, Montpellier, Basel, Strasbourg, Salzburg
    Falcon - Excavations: New World, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Staten Island, Excavations: Mesopotamia, Assur, Lagash, Nineveh, Ur, Babylon
    Thunderbird - Excavations: Ancient Africa, Timbuktu, Cirta, Tipaza, Nairobi, Tripoli, Excavations: Ancient India, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kanpur
    Condor - Excavations: Ancient China, Nanjing, Luoyang, Xi'an, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Excavations: North America, Los Lunas, Acambaro, Moundsville, Dorchester, Meredith
    For more information you will need to click on the following link, which will take you to airport city wiki website http://airportcity.wikia.com/wiki/Airport_City_Wiki - where you can search for excavation map related information.

    Section Seven:- Map Flights Awarded Spaceship Launches
    This section deals with map flights awarded following a successful launch flight and the standard planes needed to fly to them. You will be rewarded coins, experience points and two chests, having taken first place on a green, blue or red launch.

    The amount you will earn will be determined by the colour of your launch e.g. a green launch will give you 4,000 coins, 600 experience points and two chests, a blue launch will give you 10,000 coins, 1,000 experience points and two chests and a red launch will give you 20,000 coins, 2,000 experience points and two chests. It is the second chest which is of interest here.

    A green launch will give you an Interstellar Set chest, a blue launch will give you an The Stars My Destination chest and a red launch will give you an Edge of Tomorrow chest, each will contain a single map to one of the following destinations:
    Turboprop - Novosibirsk, Bangalore, Edmonton, Perth, Berkeley
    Jet - Nagoya, Miami, Alexandria, Puerto Rico, Sacramento
    Jumbo - Vienna, Glasgow, Beverly Hills, Zagreb, Potsdam​

    There is a great deal more which could be written about the space race, but it is not the purpose of this user guide. The information recorded here, is just the tip of a very large iceberg, and will require a separate and dedicated user guide to cover this subject matter in all its detail.

    For more information on the space race e.g. at what game levels each of the three launch pads will become available, how much each launch pad will cost to purchase, the type of resources needed etc, you will need to go to the airports buildings section within your game or click the following link, http://airportcity.wikia.com/wiki/Airport_City_Wiki - which will take you to the airport city wiki website, where you can search for launch pad related information.

    Updated: Tuesday 21st November 2017 at 13.15pm BST London
     
    Last edited: 21 November 2017 at 13:15
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  2. Captain WH Rollins

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    @Cosmic Blue - I have just posted a new user guide, on the members forum. If it is agreeable with you, sticky would be good, easier for new players to find it.

    Regards
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  3. luxurycat

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    Thanks for all the work!
     
  4. Madegwen59

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    Weather flights, you ought to change "if you are unable to complete all 9 flights...." it resets to the beginning as soon as there's a flight you cant complete. Could be the 1st, 2nd etc. But its good work!
     
  5. Captain WH Rollins

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    Many thanks for your feedback, a fresh pair of eyes is always welcomed, after many weeks of working through the user guide. I will adjust the paragraph, thanks once again.

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    I saw it only now. Your first link in section 4 is for the destinations in section 5 not in 4.
     
  7. Captain WH Rollins

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    My thanks for pointing this out to me, I was never completely happy with that section, it needs to be rewritten.

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  8. Madegwen59

    Madegwen59 150+ Star Club VIP Flyer Active Member

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    Technically in adventure flights the last 2 Mesoamerica are not turboprop but jets. But it could be confusing if you put them in the jet section.
     
  9. Captain WH Rollins

    Captain WH Rollins 150+ Star Club Active Member

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    I have found, on multiple occasions, that there are many information discrepancies between the Airport City game and the Airport City wiki website. I trust far more the information displayed within the Airport City game than the wiki website. I will leave the planes and destinations as they stand.

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  10. Madegwen59

    Madegwen59 150+ Star Club VIP Flyer Active Member

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    Thats OK. I did the flights 3 weeks ago. For Tollan and Machu Pichu its turbo and the other 3 are jets. But anyone doing flights will soon find that out.
     
  11. Hey now no knocking the wiki info. :D But seriously the misinformation in the wiki is usually either old
    info or specific about a different platform when they were separate. Of course on occasion someone puts
    bad info as well I try to correct what I see but have not updated or messed with it much recently.

    To the flights mentioned Quetzalcoatl Temple, Tenochtitlan and Chichen Itza are all listed as jet destinations
    both in game and on the wiki. Also Londinium, Bibracte and Alesia are also listed as powerful delta destinations
    in game and in the wiki. Good info to have though, good work Mr. Rollins. :cool:
     
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  12. Great work to BOTH of you, @Captain WH Rollins & @Wired Parrott (AC wiki guru;) ).
     
  13. Captain WH Rollins

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    Since you have done this maps flight, and I have not, you are in a far better position to know. I will move the three maps into the jet section. If you notice anything else not right, please do let me know. I'd like to get it right, rather than display incorrect information, which is of on use to anyone. Thanks for pointing this out. Looks like I have more checking ahead of me.

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    Many thanks for letting me know about the background. I will spend this morning and check through the planes and destinations, in case there are anymore. If you notice anything else, please do let me know. I'd like to get this right, incorrection information is of no use to anyone, thanks once again.

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    Thanks, wish I had found this months ago..
     
  16. Captain WH Rollins

    Captain WH Rollins 150+ Star Club Active Member

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    Pleased you found it helpful, all user guides are for those who are new to the game of Airport City.

    Regards
    Captain WH Rollins
     
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