Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 25 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
City Hotel. The Pleasure Boat falls under the recreational category, the Ferry under airport services, and the Convention Center under cultural facilities. The City Hotel is basically just an additional money maker for the player- that is if the hotel is successful.
No Airbus aircraft are available. The first Airbus aircraft that becomes available is during the second time period of play is the Airbus A300. The A300 and A310 are available at the beginning of the third time period in this game. The A340 is introduced in near the end of the third time period and is available throughout the forth.
False. If the Russian government appeals to you for aid - even before Glasnost (that is the Soviet program known as "openness"), and you are playing a U.S. based airline and grant that aid, relations will improve for you and you may then purchase Russian aircraft.
Red. Red shows up quite brilliantly and it screams loudly at your mind to let you know you need to fix it. All profitable routes are shown in black.
Forty. The Super Nintendo game unit had limited memory, so route capacity was limited to forty routes. Forty routes is the maximum and it includes routes between regions. It makes you have to choose which routes you wish to keep when you have good competitors.
I'll get right on it. The game is designed in Japan, so the answers are usually matter-of-fact. However, the answer here is a little more familiar.
Bogotá, Colombia. The other cities in the South American region are Havana, Cuba; Kingston, Jamaica; and both Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo in Brazil. Apparently the creators thought only the northern half of South America and the Caribbean were important enough to include in this game. In fact, Bogotá is still in actuality the hub of South America's oldest airline, Avianca.
United States. Greenland and the Bahamas are not mentioned in this game. Guam and Saipan, Marshall Islands are in this game, as in actuality, United States' possessions.
Four. Tokyo appears as a hub city. Non-hub cities are Osaka, Sapporo, and Fukuoka. It is no surprise that Japan has a large representation in "Aerobiz Supersonic", for that is where this game was created.
Cebu. Brisbane is on Coastal Australia, Auckland is in neighboring New Zealand, and Noumea, New Caledonia is to the North-East of Australia. Cebu is a resort town in the Philippines, which is in the Asian region.
Chinese. As in reality, Hong Kong administration is transferred to China in 1999 as per a treaty with Great Britain. It flew the Union Jack up until the 1999 changeover.
none. The Concorde and the Tupelov Tu-144 become available for only a few years during the second time period, as in actuality they were only produced for a few years. After the two are no longer offered, it is nearly three decades before other supersonic aircrafts are available for purchase, and of course all those are fictional planes because they are introduced around the year 2010.
Tashkent. Baghdad, Iraq and Tehran, Iran in the western part of this region often go to war with each other throughout game play, however serve as regional hubs. Delhi, the capitol of India also serves as a hub for the eastern part of the region. Tashkent apparently is too small and out of the way for use as a hub.
Fourteen. You can have up to fourteen slots in a city that is not your hub in any region, provided there are enough slots available for use. You are limited to the maximum number of slots in your hubs, minus a fair amount to allow your competitors to use that airport as well.