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Olympic Executive

Executive

About

Olympic Executive

Do you want to fly away from large busy metropolitan hub airports and their traffic with corporate jets exploring an alternative network of smaller challenging airports and their approaches, delivering VIP passengers on time in special destinations? If yes Olympic Executive is for you.

Olympic Executive is the latest subsidiary of Olympic Air Virtual Group. It commenced operations on March 2015. Its goal is the simulation of an executive airline tasked with transporting VIP passengers to/from various business hubs - mainly - and resorts of the world. Olympic Executive will operate exclusively VIP/business/executive oriented aircraft and fly to/from VIP/business/executive oriented airports. For the route structure and operations of our corporate jets, pilots of two real executive jet companies were consulted.

For anything regarding Olympic Executive, contact the division's manager at [email protected]

For more info please contact the Pilots' Manager.

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Executive

Features

How does it work?

Olympic Executive is simulating the financial model of a real airline (passenger fares, aircraft maintenance, pilot salaries, airport expenses, catering, fuel, etc.). Olympic Executive pilots can belong to and fly also with other OAV subsidiaries which simulate the financial model. The company is set up with a route base of 46 Corporate jet destinations in Europe.

All aircraft have unique registrations and are occupied by the pilots until they complete their flight and send their PIREP. Each aircraft is situated in a specific airport and the pilot must fly it from there to any available destination as per the schedule. Once the PIREP is sent, the aircraft moves to the destination airport awaiting its next flight/booking.

Aircraft Registration System

Actual aircraft registrations according to the actual fleet of the airline and simulation of actual aircraft purchases or leases

Flight Booking

Booking a specific aircraft according to registration for the purpose of flying

Position Report

The aircraft is released at the airport at which the last pilot landed

Pilot Salary

Pilots get paid on a monthly basis and also according to their activity

Payload Calculation

Ticket income depending on the load factor of the flight, ticket costs depending on the distance flown and demand according to the route

Flight Expenses

Direct and indirect operating costs of a flight such as fuel, aircraft cleaning, landing taxes, etc

Automated PIREP system

Automatic sending of PIREPS through OAV ACARS

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Requirements

What do you need?

To join Olympic Executive you need to meet the following requirements

Rank

have the rank of Captain (if you are a member of OAV) or equivalent experience to justify the rank of Captain from another VA or organization (if you are not a member and want to join us now).

Test

complete successfully a multiple choice test

Checkride

complete a checkride to assess your basic flying skills by executing a small flight under IFR rules and ATC.

Activity

you have to fly at least two flights in a two month period

Executive

Fleet

Airbus A319-100
Airbus A319-100
Airbus A319-100

Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 20

Airbus A319-100
Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 20
Description:

This model is the corporate jet version of the A319. It incorporates removable extra fuel tanks which are installed in the cargo compartment, and an increased service ceiling of 12,000 m (41,000 ft) giving a range of 6,500 nautical miles (12,000 km). Upon resale the aircraft can be reconfigured as a standard A319 by removing its extra tanks, thus maximizing its resale value.

The aircraft seats between 19 and 50 passengers but may be outfitted by the customers into any configuration. DC Aviation, UB Group and Reliance Industries are among its users. The A319CJ competes with the Boeing BBJ1, Gulfstream G550, and Bombardier Global Express. Because of its wider fuselage diameter, it offers a roomier interior than its competitors. It is powered by the same engine types as the A320, either the CFM International CFM56-5 or the V2527

ICAO: A319
Cargo: 5280 Kg
Range: 6000 nm
Fuel Capacity: 49502 Kg
DOW: 58515 Kg
MTOW: 75500 Kg
MLW: 62557 Kg
Beech Kingair C90GTx
Beech Kingair C90GTx
Beech Kingair C90GTx

Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 9

Beech Kingair C90GTx
Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 9
Description:

The C90 is the smallest of the King Air Turborprop series with the ability to transport 9 passengers at 220 Kts up to 30.000 ft. operating out of 640m runway airfields.

ICAO: BE9L
Cargo: 956 Kg
Range: 1183 nm
Fuel Capacity: 1167 Kg
DOW: 3150 Kg
MTOW: 4756 Kg
MLW: 4460 Kg
Boeing B727-200Adv
Boeing B727-200Adv
Boeing B727-200Adv

Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 20

Boeing B727-200Adv
Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 20
Description:

The Boeing 727 of the company was acquired from the clearance of old Olympic Airways with a conversion of the passenger cabin to Executive layout for 20 passengers and the upgrade to GPS Garmin GTN750 for RNAV navigation and TCAS & RVSM altimeters for access to nowadays' upper airways.

ICAO: B72A
Cargo: 13903 Kg
Range: 2433 nm
Fuel Capacity: 32200 Kg
DOW: 45720 Kg
MTOW: 95100 Kg
MLW: 73100 Kg
Boeing B737-800BBJ
Boeing B737-800BBJ
Boeing B737-800BBJ

Fleet Size: 2 | Seats: 63

Boeing B737-800BBJ
Fleet Size: 2 | Seats: 63
Description:

The Boeing 737-700 BBJ is the limited Corporate/Private version of the popular 737 NGX series built for specific customer orders by Boeing.

It has different cabin configuration to suite custom needs. The performance is far greater from an airline version of the 737-700 since it carries much less passengers hence enabling greater range and better take off & landing performance.

ICAO: B737
Cargo: 4627 Kg
Range: 3440 nm
Fuel Capacity: 20894 Kg
DOW: 37648 Kg
MTOW: 69400 Kg
MLW: 58060 Kg
Cessna Citation II
Cessna Citation II
Cessna Citation II

Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 11

Cessna Citation II
Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 11
Description:

The Cessna Citation II was the first of the Model 550 series of Citation jets, which are light corporate jet built by Cessna. A direct development of the Citation I, the Citation II led to the later development of the Citation II/SP, the S550 Citation S/II, and the Citation Bravo. The Citation II was also used by the United States Navy under the designation T-47A for radar system training

ICAO: C550
Cargo: 658 Kg
Range: 1711 nm
Fuel Capacity: 2656 Kg
DOW: 3364 Kg
MTOW: 7100 Kg
MLW: 6124 Kg
Cessna Citation X
Cessna Citation X
Cessna Citation X

Fleet Size: 4 | Seats: 12

Cessna Citation X
Fleet Size: 4 | Seats: 12
Description:

The Citation X is Cessna's largest, fastest and longest range aircraft yet, and Cessna claims it to be the fastest civil transport in service other than the supersonic Concorde.

The X's FADEC equipped Allison AE 3007A turbofans are very powerful for an aircraft of the X's size, while the highly swept (37°) wings are also long in span.

Other design features of the Citation X include the fuselage cross section of the Citation III, VI and VII but with more efficient use of internal space that allows greater head and shoulder room, an area ruled, waisted rear fuselage, trailing link main undercarriage units and a modern Honeywell Primus 2000 EFIS avionics suite with five colour CRT displays.

ICAO: C750
Cargo: 501 Kg
Range: 3000 nm
Fuel Capacity: 5965 Kg
DOW: 10024 Kg
MTOW: 16375 Kg
MLW: 14424 Kg
Embraer 500 Phenom 100
Embraer 500 Phenom 100
Embraer 500 Phenom 100

Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 7

Embraer 500 Phenom 100
Fleet Size: 1 | Seats: 7
Description:

The Embraer EMB-500 Phenom 100 is a very light jet developed by Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer, type certificated as the EMB-500. In April 2017, 350 were in service in 37 countries.

It has capacity for four passengers in its normal configuration, but it can carry up to seven passengers with a single crew, with an optional side-facing seat and belted toilet.

ICAO: E50P
Cargo: 605 Kg
Range: 1178 nm
Fuel Capacity: 1272 Kg
DOW: 3235 Kg
MTOW: 4750 Kg
MLW: 4433 Kg
Learjet 45
Learjet 45
Learjet 45

Fleet Size: 2 | Seats: 9

Learjet 45
Fleet Size: 2 | Seats: 9
Description:

The Learjet 45 (LJ45) aircraft is a mid-size business jet aircraft produced by the Learjet Division of Bombardier Aerospace.

The Model 45 was the first all-new design since the original Learjet, and significantly altered the Learjet line. Through its four primary variants – the original Model 45, the Model 45XR, Model 40 and Model 40XR – it was the Learjet Division's principal product from the 1990s until the introduction of the Model 75 variant in 2012

ICAO: LJ45
Cargo: 958 Kg
Range: 1824 nm
Fuel Capacity: 2750 Kg
DOW: 5829 Kg
MTOW: 9163 Kg
MLW: 8709 Kg
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Hubs

LGAVEleftherios Venizelos - Athens, Greece
LGAV - Greece

Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" (Diethnís Aeroliménas Athinón "Elefthérios Venizélos"; (IATA: ATH, ICAO: LGAV), began operation on March 29, 2001 and is the primary civilian airport that serves the city of Athens and the region of Attica. The airport is the major hub and base of Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air. The airport serves more than 14 million travellers annually and its name honours the Greek statesman Eleftherios Venizelos. As of late 2011, the airport is the thirtieth busiest airport in Europe

EGLC - United Kingdom

London City International airport (ICAO: EGLC, IATA: LCY) is OAV Executive's main hub for corporate jets. It was completed in 1987. The 1,500m runway has steep 5.5* ILS from doth sides which requires (in real) special crew and aircraft certification. The airport serves regional turboprop airliners linking cities of Europe with business center city of London. In the late 90's it started accepting corporate jets with lead company London Executive Aviation (LEA) and NetJets following soon.
The core of our operation and destinations was based on these two companies when OAV Executive was being set up.
Real pilots from both companies provided us inside information with key details on their procedures to specific airports many of which today are in OAV Executive destinations list.

EGLCLondon City International Airport - London, United Kingdom

KSANSan Diego International Airport - California, USA
KSAN - USA

San Diego (KSAN) International airport is Olympic Executive's USA hub to the southwest.
From there our executive aircraft fly to airports from Southern California up to the Colorado Rockies. All destinations are available by ORBX and 29Palms sceneries if you do not want to use the default available ones in the simulator.

LGAV Eleftherios Venizelos - Athens, Greece