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Our Fleet, Ranks, and Special Features
Platinum Airways is arguably the first virtual airline that implements the Open Skies policy in the most radical way. Our pilots may fly any mission of their choice without prior approval, as long as the departure and arrival destinations can be identified, for instance and preferably with an ICAO code. In addition, Platinum Airways also offers a hubs based schedule of more than 800 flights, ranging from a hop around the corner to a complete world round trip. In order to fly these missions, we offer a strong and wide-ranging fleet in our Platinum Airways livery. Whenever possible, we will also make available alternative panel and sound files, which may be packaged with the models.


Our fleet downloads offer many aircraft painted in Platinum Airways livery, both civilian and military aircraft.  Most of these aircraft are freeware, available as executable files for easy addition to your flight simulator.  We also offer a number of repaints for payware aircraft.
You can click on any aircraft to see a full-sized screenshot of the airplane.

Civilian Livery

Airbus A300-Beluga

Airbus A318
Airbus A319

Airbus A320

Airbus A321 
Airbus A330
Airbus A340 
Airbus A350 

Airbus A380 

Beechcraft Baron 58 
Beechcraft KingAir300 & 350 

Boeing 707-329

Boeing 707-300F

Boeing 717-200

Boeing 727

Boeing 737 (Several Variants) 

Boeing 747 (Several Variants)

Boeing 757

Boeing 767 
Boeing 777

Boeing 787

Boeing MD-11

Boeing MD-83

Boeing C-97 Stratofreighter

Bombardier Dash8 Q400

Bombardier CS300

Dassault Falcon 7x
De Havilland Comet
DHC-6 Twin Otter

Douglas C-47 Skytrain

Embraer ERJ135
Lockheed L1011
Westland Merlin
AN225 260
Antonov AN-225

Military Livery


Boeing B-52H

Lockheed C-5 Galaxy

Lockheed C-130H Hercules

General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon

Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor

General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark

Agusta Westland Merlin

Bell AH-1W Super Cobra

RQ-1 Predator UAV

Fairchild A-10 Thunderbolt II

Boeing KC-97 Tanker
Rockwell B-1B Lancer

North American B-25 Mitchell

Boeing E-3 Sentry AWACS 

Saab Viggen
KC10 260
McDonnell Douglas KC-10 Extender 

F4 260
McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II

F15 260
McDonnell Douglas F-15C Eagle 
MRTT 260
Airbus A330-200 MRTT
KC46 260
Boeing KC-46A
C40 260
Boeing C-40

Special Features

We offer special add-on scenery files for some of our hubs, which provide a Platinum Airways presence.  We also offer a download so that you can add our airline callsign to your flight simulator (FS9/FSX).  In addition, our AI traffic files will provide you an immersive worldwide experience with airline, general aviation, and military operations tailored to the part of the world in which you choose to fly.


Brussels Hub
Brussels Hub
Newark Hangar
Newark Hangar

Downloads available via login in the Restricted Area


Rank Structure

Our rank structure is based on flight hours completed, like any other airline. When joining Platinum, we will assign you the rank of "Trainee" on approval of your application. We invite all pilots to submit proof of previously accumulated flight hours.
We then require you to complete your first (maiden) flight with Platinum within two weeks. After completion of this flight, we will credit your log file with previous flight hours, and we will update your rank accordingly.
Our PIREP system is a simple online form.  We do not use an automated ACARS for recording flight hours.  It is up to each pilot to record his own hours and report them.
Listed below are the ranks and associated shoulder boards, indicating the hours required to obtain the rank.
0 to19 hrs 
20 to 49 hrs 
50 to 149 hrs 
150 to 249 hrs 
250 to 349 hrs 
350 to 499 hrs 
500 to 749 hrs
750 to 999 hrs
1000 - 1999

Senior Pilot Shoulder Boards

2000 - 2999 hrs

3000 - 3999 hrs

4000 - 4999 hrs

5000 - 5999 hrs

6000 - 6999 hrs
 7000 - 7999 hrs

8000 - 8999 hrs
9000 - 9999 hrs

10,000 - 10,999 hrs

11,000 - 11,999 hrs

12,000 - 12,999 hrs

13,000 - 13,999 hrs

14,000 - 14,999 hrs

15,000 - 15,999 hrs

16,000 - 16,999 hrs

17,000 - 17,999 hrs


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