MahouAir VA (MAVA) is Back in the Skies!
Posted: Sat Jun 05, 2021 7:42 am
Come fly the virtual skies!
After a dormancy period, we from Abel Jets Group are delighted to announce that MahouAir VA (MAVA) is soon to be back in the YSFlight skies under the Abel Jets Group family! The resurrection came into motion after, in May 2021, discussions were performed between Nodoka Hanamura, the founder of MAVA, and Abel Jets Group executives with me as a communicator in regards to the revival plan. Looking to the past merger of Intercontinental Airways VA (IAVA) to Abel Jets Group, Nodoka deemed that Abel Jets Group is suitable to host the new MAVA in YSFlight as a "franchise" to the brand in other games and/or flight simulations. On May 31st, 2021, the plan came into fruition as the YSFlight franchise of MAVA with all of its fleet is fully transferred to Abel Jets Group. As of the standard in Abel Jets Group, all MAVA aircraft will go through a refurbishment to their livery and possibly the aircraft types as well before being fully operational in Abel Jets Group's upcoming Fleet Pack 8.0 Service Pack 1. In regards to business functionality, the new MAVA will extend Abel Jets Group's hands to the Far East market sector as MAVA primarily operates out from the fictional Mahora City International Airport, Japan. We in Abel Jets Group are outstandingly grateful in regards to this plan and are looking forward to seeing MAVA airliners back in the wide blue.
A brief history regarding MahouAir VA, courtesy to YSFlight Sim Wiki with slight modifications:
MahouAir VA (Officially known as MahouAir Virtual Airline, abbreviated MAVA) is a virtual airline that operated canonically out of Mahora, Japan, with ancillary hubs in Cincinnati, Paris, Jakarta, Sochi, Vancouver, London, and Sydney. It was found by YSFHQ-member Nodoka Hanamura from GrunSolutions in 2016 in response to the ever-growing Civil Aviation community in YSFlight with assistance from Lucas1997, who was given the position of Chief Operations Officer. It has 60+ Destinations, and operates three subsidiaries, MahouAir Logistics, MahouAir Link and MahouAir Elite.
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