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The Federation of Hangates of Athara Magarat

Ainslie wrote:here, eat it up football nerds:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=496922&p=38297162#p38297143

Let's go United Magarat!

Insulalia, do you want me to make a news on our match? Just give me names of players(s) who scored your two goals and I will be done.

Ains, in what stadium did our match take place?

The Unified Electorates of Ainslie

Athara Magarat wrote:

Ains, in what stadium did our match take place?

And I’ll pass that question along to Segentova

The Republic of Segentova

Ainslie wrote:And I’ll pass that question along to Segentova

Eh... oh... hmmm.... lemme think of something...



The NationStates Zombie Holy Red of New Jacobland

Easy Isles Cup win Roendavar :)

The Confederacy of Denethoria

Dormill and Stiura wrote:You'd be much better off starting a draft thread and talking to the people who actually care about the WA.

While I have found our (brief, rather brusque) conversation enlightening, I have also come to the conclusion that the liberty of all individual nations and regions, and the defense of that liberty, supersedes conformity to an arbitrarily specified "form". Thus, unless inquiries into the legality of the repeal are placed, it remains up, while it might not have your vote, or, more importantly, the quorum vote of our delegate,

Post self-deleted by Trigel.



The Commonwealth of Hyukai

Trigel wrote:Also, can you guys vote on which flag I should use for a contest? I will put it as my Trigel flag then switch back.

I don't think thats necessary

Yakalov Company
Categories:
Hyukai
.......Yakalov Company .........

Trading name: Yakalov Co
Type: Public Company
Founded: 21st May, 1968
Founder: Frederick Hubbs
Headquarters: Port Harvaland, Hyukai
Geographic reach: National
Key figures: Miguel Pérez (CEO), Igor Yakalov (CFO), Emily Sturr Howell (Chairperson), Currently Vacant (COO), Jacqueline McDonnel (Spokesperson)
Divisions: Yakalov Commercial, Yakalov Defence & space and Yakalov Business

The Yakalov Company is a multinational aerospace corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells aircraft in Hyukai. Yakalov also provides sells aircraft parts to customers. It is currently the largest Hyukaian aircraft manufacturer after its merger with Cohle Corp in 2014. Yakalov also provides an option to customize it to business jets, combi, cargo, military, or firefighting.

Yakalov's prime objective is to give clients the best quality aircraft for the crew and passengers. It specializes in Medium-Long haul aircraft and business jets. Most of the profit comes from aircraft parts manufacturing and its bestseller aircraft, the Yak-40 Series.

History
In 1965, businessman Frederick Hubbs unsuccessfully tried to convince the colonial Razzgriz government to start an aircraft manufacturing company. He tried again, this time successfully in 1968 and the Hubbs Aviation was formed. It started by selling aircraft parts until it introduced the Hubbs 10 series in 1971 which was made to compete with other aircraft of the time. It received good response all over Hyukai and the series continued until the last Hubbs 17 was made in 2007.

However, it was quickly replaced with the Hubbs 20 series in 1979 and most were converted to freighters. The Hubbs 20 was made for medium-long haul flight meaning it could serve as a regional aircraft and serviced the eastern TWI. This was considered the most popular aircraft ever and was used frequently by Hyukaian airliners. But after a brief incident in 1990 in which a design flaw of the new Hubbs 25 which caused a catastrophic fault, sales dropped quickly and half of the productions have ceased by 2007. According to reports, sales dropped as much as 34% in a year.

After the failure, plans for a medium-range, narrow-body aircraft were made in 1992. The Hubbs-30 was introduced to the public in 1995 but productions were slow until 1997. Even though it turned out to be a huge success, a growing Independence movement and the death of Frederick Hubbs in 1999 became major concerns for Hubbs Aviation. All plans scratched as a small revolution in 2001 forced engineers to flee.

After Hubbs Aviation was handed to the newly formed Hyukaian government, future Prime Minister Igor Yakalov was tasked with managing the company and it was renamed The Yakalov Company. He continued production with the Hubbs-30 and renamed it the Yakalov-30. New variants were made with much more improvements including the in-flight radar system. He would leave his post as CEO in 2009 to become Deputy Prime Minister in 2009.

The Yak-30 was the first aircraft of the company to go multinational. It was used by airlines in many countries. After this success, it was decided that the Yakalov-40 was to be a mid-long range aircraft.

The first Yak-40 rolled out of the production plant at Port Harvaland in 2010. It was delivered to SAL in February. More variants are still being made with the Yak-44 as the newest installment which was first flown in November 2019. However, a Yak-45 is unlikely to come soon as Yakalov announced that the Yak-50 will be introduced to the public in February 2021.

Products

Hubbs-10 series
A medium sized, short-medium haul aircraft for transport and military purposes.

Production ceased. Available for sale

Characteristics
Price: $42.7 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 95 passengers or 83,900 kg
Length: 147 feet and 10 inches
Wingspan: 33 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-270 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 688 km/h
Range: 5,754 km

Operators
In Operation: 12 (12 by NordAir of Hyukai)


Hubbs-20 series
A moderate sized, medium-long haul aircraft for transport, firefighting, military and commercial airline purposes.

In slow production. Recommended as freighter

Characteristics
Price: $111.8 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 275 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 180 feet
Wingspan: 47 meters
Powered by: 3 x We-150 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 890 km/h
Range: 7,863 km

Operators
In Operation: 38 (21 by NordAir of Hyukai and 18 by SAL Cargo of Hyukai)


Yakalov-30 series
A medium sized, medium haul aircraft for transport, governmental, private and commercial airline purposes.

In production.

Characteristics
Price: $174.5 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 189 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 124 feet
Wingspan: 37.57 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-330 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 824 km/h
Range: 6,290 km

Operators
In Operation: 152 (66 by SAL of Hyukai, 45 by Aer Lanca of Hyukai and 41 by Lacoa of Hyukai)


Yakalov-40 series
A moderate sized, medium-long haul aircraft for transport, governmental, private and commercial airline purposes.

In production.

Characteristics
Price: $284.5 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 250 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 159 feet and 42 inches
Wingspan: 48 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-380 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 851 km/h
Range: 12,300 km

Operators
In Operation: 43 (26 by SAL of Hyukai and 17 by Lacoa of Hyukai)


Yakalov-50 series
A medium sized, short haul aircraft to be introduced .

Pre orders available up to February 11

Characteristics
Price: $29.3 million SKD/USD
Capacity: TBD
Length: TBD
Wingspan: TBD
Powered by: TBD

Performance
Cruise Speed: TBD
Range: TBD

Operators
In Operation: None


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Yay almost done! But can some person/people be kind enough to send a tg to me of operating one of the aircraft? If you do not want it is alright. Have a pleasant day!

The Kingdom of Wellsia

Dormill and Stiura wrote:True. Though that said, I do need to ask Wellsia the OOC question of how to address Crown Prince Victor, I'd rather get it right in the thread because Dyson would be making an extra effort to impress the Prince because of our icy relations.

Your Highness or Prince Victor would be the proper way to address him.

The Much love from Polar of Aizcona

Nothing like being too slow

The Commonwealth of Trigel

Hyukai wrote:I don't think thats necessary

Yakalov Company
Categories:
Hyukai
.......Yakalov Company .........

Trading name: Yakalov Co
Type: Public Company
Founded: 21st May, 1968
Founder: Frederick Hubbs
Headquarters: Port Harvaland, Hyukai
Geographic reach: National
Key figures: Miguel Pérez (CEO), Igor Yakalov (CFO), Emily Sturr Howell (Chairperson), Currently Vacant (COO), Jacqueline McDonnel (Spokesperson)
Divisions: Yakalov Commercial, Yakalov Defence & space and Yakalov Business

The Yakalov Company is a multinational aerospace corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells aircraft in Hyukai. Yakalov also provides sells aircraft parts to customers. It is currently the largest Hyukaian aircraft manufacturer after its merger with Cohle Corp in 2014. Yakalov also provides an option to customize it to business jets, combi, cargo, military, or firefighting.

Yakalov's prime objective is to give clients the best quality aircraft for the crew and passengers. It specializes in Medium-Long haul aircraft and business jets. Most of the profit comes from aircraft parts manufacturing and its bestseller aircraft, the Yak-40 Series.

History
In 1965, businessman Frederick Hubbs unsuccessfully tried to convince the colonial Razzgriz government to start an aircraft manufacturing company. He tried again, this time successfully in 1968 and the Hubbs Aviation was formed. It started by selling aircraft parts until it introduced the Hubbs 10 series in 1971 which was made to compete with other aircraft of the time. It received good response all over Hyukai and the series continued until the last Hubbs 17 was made in 2007.

However, it was quickly replaced with the Hubbs 20 series in 1979 and most were converted to freighters. The Hubbs 20 was made for medium-long haul flight meaning it could serve as a regional aircraft and serviced the eastern TWI. This was considered the most popular aircraft ever and was used frequently by Hyukaian airliners. But after a brief incident in 1990 in which a design flaw of the new Hubbs 25 which caused a catastrophic fault, sales dropped quickly and half of the productions have ceased by 2007. According to reports, sales dropped as much as 34% in a year.

After the failure, plans for a medium-range, narrow-body aircraft were made in 1992. The Hubbs-30 was introduced to the public in 1995 but productions were slow until 1997. Even though it turned out to be a huge success, a growing Independence movement and the death of Frederick Hubbs in 1999 became major concerns for Hubbs Aviation. All plans scratched as a small revolution in 2001 forced engineers to flee.

After Hubbs Aviation was handed to the newly formed Hyukaian government, future Prime Minister Igor Yakalov was tasked with managing the company and it was renamed The Yakalov Company. He continued production with the Hubbs-30 and renamed it the Yakalov-30. New variants were made with much more improvements including the in-flight radar system. He would leave his post as CEO in 2009 to become Deputy Prime Minister in 2009.

The Yak-30 was the first aircraft of the company to go multinational. It was used by airlines in many countries. After this success, it was decided that the Yakalov-40 was to be a mid-long range aircraft.

The first Yak-40 rolled out of the production plant at Port Harvaland in 2010. It was delivered to SAL in February. More variants are still being made with the Yak-44 as the newest installment which was first flown in November 2019. However, a Yak-45 is unlikely to come soon as Yakalov announced that the Yak-50 will be introduced to the public in February 2021.

Products

Hubbs-10 series
A medium sized, short-medium haul aircraft for transport and military purposes.

Production ceased. Available for sale

Characteristics
Price: $42.7 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 95 passengers or 83,900 kg
Length: 147 feet and 10 inches
Wingspan: 33 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-270 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 688 km/h
Range: 5,754 km

Operators
In Operation: 12 (12 by NordAir of Hyukai)


Hubbs-20 series
A moderate sized, medium-long haul aircraft for transport, firefighting, military and commercial airline purposes.

In slow production. Recommended as freighter

Characteristics
Price: $111.8 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 275 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 180 feet
Wingspan: 47 meters
Powered by: 3 x We-150 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 890 km/h
Range: 7,863 km

Operators
In Operation: 38 (21 by NordAir of Hyukai and 18 by SAL Cargo of Hyukai)


Yakalov-30 series
A medium sized, medium haul aircraft for transport, governmental, private and commercial airline purposes.

In production.

Characteristics
Price: $174.5 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 189 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 124 feet
Wingspan: 37.57 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-330 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 824 km/h
Range: 6,290 km

Operators
In Operation: 152 (66 by SAL of Hyukai, 45 by Aer Lanca of Hyukai and 41 by Lacoa of Hyukai)


Yakalov-40 series
A moderate sized, medium-long haul aircraft for transport, governmental, private and commercial airline purposes.

In production.

Characteristics
Price: $284.5 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 250 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 159 feet and 42 inches
Wingspan: 48 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-380 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 851 km/h
Range: 12,300 km

Operators
In Operation: 43 (26 by SAL of Hyukai and 17 by Lacoa of Hyukai)


Yakalov-50 series
A medium sized, short haul aircraft to be introduced .

Pre orders available up to February 11

Characteristics
Price: $29.3 million SKD/USD
Capacity: TBD
Length: TBD
Wingspan: TBD
Powered by: TBD

Performance
Cruise Speed: TBD
Range: TBD

Operators
In Operation: None


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Yay almost done! But can some person/people be kind enough to send a tg to me of operating one of the aircraft? If you do not want it is alright. Have a pleasant day!

It is for a contest that I am participating in and I have to do that. It's not permanent. Can you please vote?

The Realm of Serpens Land

Trigel wrote:I tied in the Isles cup. It was OK. Also, can you guys vote on which flag I should use for a contest? I will put it as my Trigel flag then switch back.

1. https://imgur.com/2H5mS8V.png

2. https://imgur.com/YOwHUuO.png

3. https://imgur.com/eLDnBHS.png

4. https://imgur.com/uve8Q68.png

Voting: https://www.strawpoll.me/42571326

I'm not sure about the other two, but I'm pretty sure the top two are from the New Zealand flag redesign contest. If it is a flag design contest, I would highly, highly recommend not using them. Plagiarism is not a joke.

The Commonwealth of Trigel

flag 4 chosen

The Commonwealth of Trigel

Guys I am changing my flag for like a month hope you like it

The Commonwealth of Trigel

Anyone like my February flag?

The Commonwealth of Trigel

Is anyone able to make a geography map of Trigel? Like only land features not cities or labels?

The Much love from Polar of Aizcona

Trigel wrote:Is anyone able to make a geography map of Trigel? Like only land features not cities or labels?

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/417258296458870785/542313511691485185/TWI_Map_Enhanced.jpg
Here is a large map made by Verdon. You can nab your islands from it



The Confederacy of Hospitaller West Indies

Aizcona wrote:https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/417258296458870785/542313511691485185/TWI_Map_Enhanced.jpg
Here is a large map made by Verdon. You can nab your islands from it

so if my islands aren't on there do I gotta make the terrain from scratch myself

The Much love from Polar of Aizcona

Hospitaller West Indies wrote:so if my islands aren't on there do I gotta make the terrain from scratch myself

Yes, although if you don't do well with making maps I would ask on the discord as there are a couple people there who might be willing to help. Remember to be polite and respectful

The Federation of Corsitilia

Hyukai wrote:I don't think thats necessary

Yakalov Company
Categories:
Hyukai
.......Yakalov Company .........

Trading name: Yakalov Co
Type: Public Company
Founded: 21st May, 1968
Founder: Frederick Hubbs
Headquarters: Port Harvaland, Hyukai
Geographic reach: National
Key figures: Miguel Pérez (CEO), Igor Yakalov (CFO), Emily Sturr Howell (Chairperson), Currently Vacant (COO), Jacqueline McDonnel (Spokesperson)
Divisions: Yakalov Commercial, Yakalov Defence & space and Yakalov Business

The Yakalov Company is a multinational aerospace corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells aircraft in Hyukai. Yakalov also provides sells aircraft parts to customers. It is currently the largest Hyukaian aircraft manufacturer after its merger with Cohle Corp in 2014. Yakalov also provides an option to customize it to business jets, combi, cargo, military, or firefighting.

Yakalov's prime objective is to give clients the best quality aircraft for the crew and passengers. It specializes in Medium-Long haul aircraft and business jets. Most of the profit comes from aircraft parts manufacturing and its bestseller aircraft, the Yak-40 Series.

History
In 1965, businessman Frederick Hubbs unsuccessfully tried to convince the colonial Razzgriz government to start an aircraft manufacturing company. He tried again, this time successfully in 1968 and the Hubbs Aviation was formed. It started by selling aircraft parts until it introduced the Hubbs 10 series in 1971 which was made to compete with other aircraft of the time. It received good response all over Hyukai and the series continued until the last Hubbs 17 was made in 2007.

However, it was quickly replaced with the Hubbs 20 series in 1979 and most were converted to freighters. The Hubbs 20 was made for medium-long haul flight meaning it could serve as a regional aircraft and serviced the eastern TWI. This was considered the most popular aircraft ever and was used frequently by Hyukaian airliners. But after a brief incident in 1990 in which a design flaw of the new Hubbs 25 which caused a catastrophic fault, sales dropped quickly and half of the productions have ceased by 2007. According to reports, sales dropped as much as 34% in a year.

After the failure, plans for a medium-range, narrow-body aircraft were made in 1992. The Hubbs-30 was introduced to the public in 1995 but productions were slow until 1997. Even though it turned out to be a huge success, a growing Independence movement and the death of Frederick Hubbs in 1999 became major concerns for Hubbs Aviation. All plans scratched as a small revolution in 2001 forced engineers to flee.

After Hubbs Aviation was handed to the newly formed Hyukaian government, future Prime Minister Igor Yakalov was tasked with managing the company and it was renamed The Yakalov Company. He continued production with the Hubbs-30 and renamed it the Yakalov-30. New variants were made with much more improvements including the in-flight radar system. He would leave his post as CEO in 2009 to become Deputy Prime Minister in 2009.

The Yak-30 was the first aircraft of the company to go multinational. It was used by airlines in many countries. After this success, it was decided that the Yakalov-40 was to be a mid-long range aircraft.

The first Yak-40 rolled out of the production plant at Port Harvaland in 2010. It was delivered to SAL in February. More variants are still being made with the Yak-44 as the newest installment which was first flown in November 2019. However, a Yak-45 is unlikely to come soon as Yakalov announced that the Yak-50 will be introduced to the public in February 2021.

Products

Hubbs-10 series
A medium sized, short-medium haul aircraft for transport and military purposes.

Production ceased. Available for sale

Characteristics
Price: $42.7 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 95 passengers or 83,900 kg
Length: 147 feet and 10 inches
Wingspan: 33 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-270 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 688 km/h
Range: 5,754 km

Operators
In Operation: 12 (12 by NordAir of Hyukai)


Hubbs-20 series
A moderate sized, medium-long haul aircraft for transport, firefighting, military and commercial airline purposes.

In slow production. Recommended as freighter

Characteristics
Price: $111.8 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 275 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 180 feet
Wingspan: 47 meters
Powered by: 3 x We-150 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 890 km/h
Range: 7,863 km

Operators
In Operation: 38 (21 by NordAir of Hyukai and 18 by SAL Cargo of Hyukai)


Yakalov-30 series
A medium sized, medium haul aircraft for transport, governmental, private and commercial airline purposes.

In production.

Characteristics
Price: $174.5 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 189 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 124 feet
Wingspan: 37.57 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-330 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 824 km/h
Range: 6,290 km

Operators
In Operation: 152 (66 by SAL of Hyukai, 45 by Aer Lanca of Hyukai and 41 by Lacoa of Hyukai)


Yakalov-40 series
A moderate sized, medium-long haul aircraft for transport, governmental, private and commercial airline purposes.

In production.

Characteristics
Price: $284.5 million SKD/USD
Capacity: 250 passengers or 211,700 kg
Length: 159 feet and 42 inches
Wingspan: 48 meters
Powered by: 2 x We-380 Turbofan

Performance
Cruise Speed: 851 km/h
Range: 12,300 km

Operators
In Operation: 43 (26 by SAL of Hyukai and 17 by Lacoa of Hyukai)


Yakalov-50 series
A medium sized, short haul aircraft to be introduced .

Pre orders available up to February 11

Characteristics
Price: $29.3 million SKD/USD
Capacity: TBD
Length: TBD
Wingspan: TBD
Powered by: TBD

Performance
Cruise Speed: TBD
Range: TBD

Operators
In Operation: None


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Yay almost done! But can some person/people be kind enough to send a tg to me of operating one of the aircraft? If you do not want it is alright. Have a pleasant day!

Might want to telegram instead. It’s easier to reach them and they will most likely read it

The United Republics of Dormill and Stiura

Hospitaller West Indies wrote:so if my islands aren't on there do I gotta make the terrain from scratch myself

Nhoor is a good ask if you want to, he’s managed to do several other maps for people in the region.

I might take a crack at the concept myself but I’d prefer some basis to run from (so pertinent details about your geography) before I make any attempt.

The Greater Empire of Doravo

Hospitaller West Indies wrote:so if my islands aren't on there do I gotta make the terrain from scratch myself

I can also wholeheartedly recommend Nhoor as a mapmaker. His are incredible.

The Aprosia of New Aapelistan

Alteran Republics wrote:Isn't that just what New Aapelistan drinks for breakfast on a daily basis?

Thromsa wrote:Not sure if he gets bad vodka, but I suspect it's his go-to drink on meals and brekkie.

https://i.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/034/847/jokesonyou.jpg

The Blue Islands of Corindia

I'd like to start making my own paper but my apartment really isn't big enough for another project like that

The Republic of Martenyika

Corindia wrote:I'd like to start making my own paper but my apartment really isn't big enough for another project like that

just grow a marsh full of papyrus reeds, ez.

The Blue Islands of Corindia

Martenyika wrote:just grow a marsh full of papyrus reeds, ez.

getting the raw material is the easy part, it's the drying space that I would struggle with. I need a place with a balcony

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