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Welcome to St. Paul Airlines

Welcome to friendly St. Paul Airlines! We're glad you've stopped by!

St. Paul Airlines provides worldwide service. Whether you're looking to take a hop from Duluth down to Rochester, Miami to San Francisco or London to Berlin (or if you need to go to Abu Dhabi or Bogota), St. Paul Airlines will take you where you need to go.

But we also provide Special Operations division with bush & VFR flights, charters, freight & cargo, seaplane or helicopter sections, round the World, Trans-American and Trans-European tours plus a lot of new exciting flying challenges.

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At St. Paul's, you're not just a "number" on an ever-changing roster, you're a Virtual Airline Pilot.

We have friendly hub managers who are willing to help you get started and answer your questions. All you have to do is email them.

When you join us, we assign you a personal ID code so you can maintain your very own log book. You can then post and view your log book entries online from anywhere in the world. There is no software for you to install.

In addition to being the friendliest Virtual Airline on the internet, we have members with literally thousands of hours of combined simulator and real-world flight time. Our roster includes a retired DC-9 airline pilot, military pilots and private pilots.

We offer you, the prospective pilot:

  • Downloadable aircraft in our company colors.
  • A structured, balanced, and fair ranking system.
  • Friendly staff who will assist you with your issues.
  • You can look up your own personal hub flight assignments provided by your hub manager.
  • Links to help you with your flight planning.
  • You post your own PIREPs (Pilot Reports) which are then sent to you via email and are available to you online.
  • A training Department that is second to none.
  • A large selection of flights to choose from - over 1600 total routes.
  • Furthermore, the incredible St Paul Airlines BUSH & VFR OPERATIONS DIVISION brings in unique adventures for the most audacious pilot, with already more than 1500 flights on schedule, worldwide.
  • Our unique Chief Pilot Program.
  • You can use our Pilot Pub to post messages and pictures of your flights.
  • You can register to join our bulletin board and contribute to our discussions or start one of your own.
  • ...and most of all, HAVE FUN!

So what are you waiting for? Join us today!







Recent Postings

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Pirep System is Down! 1 jer029 Jan 21, 2017 - 06:15 PM
Cockpit Chronicles 1 Westcoast Jan 19, 2017 - 12:53 AM
Helicopters 6 BBQSteve Jan 18, 2017 - 06:34 PM
Pirate Tour of Carribean Complete! 3 Yoland Jan 14, 2017 - 05:58 PM
Alaska Grand Tour 5 Westcoast Jan 06, 2017 - 08:38 PM
The Heron's Nest 2 Yoland Jan 05, 2017 - 02:12 PM
Angle of Attack 17% Off Flightsim Training Courses 0 jer029 Jan 02, 2017 - 02:32 PM
Merry Christmas! 4 Yoland Dec 27, 2016 - 08:25 AM
First Flight Into ORBX Block Island 1 jer029 Dec 20, 2016 - 04:03 PM
Have you tried OZx Sceneries? They are Free! 11 jer029 Dec 20, 2016 - 02:58 AM


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May 13 ATC audio
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Tutorials Regarding multiplayer/online flights
How to connect to a FS9 multiplayer session?
How to submit PIREP automatically after each flight?
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LATEST IMAGES

Kodiak west at KMIA at conclusion of Pirate Carribbean round robin.
Kodiak west at KMIA at conclusion of Pirate Carribbean round robin.
Album: Scott Sinclair
Leaving Cape Cod under winter sun
Leaving Cape Cod under winter sun
Album: CEO's album
CCG4 Moncton Evening Departure
CCG4 Moncton Evening Departure
Album: Steve Stevens
Deer Crossing 01
Deer Crossing 01
Album: Steve Stevens
Deer Crossing 02
Deer Crossing 02
Album: Steve Stevens
Rainy Landing at Rudder Cut Cay
Rainy Landing at Rudder Cut Cay
Album: J Rogers Pics
Touchdown at PAEN, after two go arounds.  End of the Alaska Grand Tour.  Whew !
Touchdown at PAEN, after two go arounds. End of the Alaska Grand Tour. Whew !
Album: Mike's Miscues
Typical winter weather in southern Alaska.  Windshield heater and deicing boots both required.  Trying to stay under the clouds.
Typical winter weather in southern Alaska. Windshield heater and deicing boots both required. Trying to stay under the clouds.
Album: Mike's Miscues
Leaving Rainy Pass enroute Kenai (PAEN) on the last of the 98 legs of the Alaka Grand Tour
Leaving Rainy Pass enroute Kenai (PAEN) on the last of the 98 legs of the Alaka Grand Tour
Album: Mike's Miscues
Takeoff from Nassau at dusk.
Takeoff from Nassau at dusk.
Album: J Rogers Pics
myx4-Big Whale Cay
myx4-Big Whale Cay
Album: J Rogers Pics
Parked at Big Whale Cay
Parked at Big Whale Cay
Album: J Rogers Pics
Deplaning the B1900D at Spanish Cay MYAX while a Cessna Caravan does touch-n-goes.
Deplaning the B1900D at Spanish Cay MYAX while a Cessna Caravan does touch-n-goes.
Album: J Rogers Pics
Cruising above the midwest at FL340
Cruising above the midwest at FL340
Album: J Rogers Pics
Misty Place
Misty Place
Album: CEO's album
Clouds 13
Clouds 13
Album: Steve Stevens

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