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MahouAir VA (Officially known as MahouAir Virtual Airline, abbreviated MAVA) was a virtual airline that operated canonically out of Mahora, Japan, with anciliary hubs in Cincinnati, Paris and Jakarta, Sochi, Vancouver, London and Sydney.


It was founded by 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. Its' current status is dormant, as GrunSolutions, its' parent company, had been closed and later returned as MIRAI Group, with MahouAir VA being reserved for a planned reactivation in Second Life with potential future expansions elsewhere as the organization expands.

It had 60+ Destinations, and operates three subsidiaries, MahouAir Logistics, MahouAir Link and MahouAir Elite.

Destinations[]

Hubs are marked in bold.

Focus airports are marked in Italics.

Asia[]

Japan[]
  • Mahora City International Airport
  • Tokyo-Haneda International Airport
  • Chubu Centrair International Airport
  • Kansai International Airport
  • Miyazaki Airport
  • Misawa Airport
  • Aomori Airport
  • New Sapporo Airport
  • Okinawa Airport
Asia (in General)[]
  • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (Indonesia)
  • Mumbai–Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (India)
  • Seoul Incheon International Airport (South Korea)
  • Hong Kong International Airport (H.K.)
  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Malaysia)
  • Singapore Changi Airport (Singapore)
  • Taoyuan International Airport (Taiwan)
  • Clark International Airport (Philippines)
  • Vuelo Beach Airport (Vetriti Narod) (Seasonal)

Australia[]

  • Darwin International Airport
  • Newcastle Airport
  • Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport
  • Perth Airport
  • Adelaide Airport
  • Brisbane Airport

Americas[]

  • Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (United States)
  • San Francisco International Airport (United States)
  • Los Angeles International Airport (United States)
  • Austin International Airport (United States)
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (United States)
  • John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport (United States)
  • Miami International Airport (United States)
  • Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (United States)
  • Vancouver International Airport (Canada)
  • London International Airport (Canada)
  • Toronto-Pearson International Airport (Canada)
  • Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (Canada)
  • Calgary International Airport (Canada)
  • Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (Canada)
  • St. John's International Airport (Canada)
  • Benito Juarez International Airport (Mexico)
  • Xoxocotlán International Airport (Mexico)
  • São Paulo/Guarulhos–Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport (Brazil)
  • Brasília–Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport (Brazil)
  • Rio de Janeiro–Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport (Brazil)
  • Viracopos/Campinas International Airport (Brazil)
  • Brigadeiro Eduardo Gomes–Manaus International Airport (Brazil)
  • Ministro Pistarini International Airport (Argentina)

Europe[]

United Kingdom and European Union[]
  • Heathrow International Airport (UK)
  • Charles De Gaulle International Airport (France)
  • Frankfurt Airport (Germany)
  • Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (Italy)
  • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (Netherlands)
  • Zurich Airport (Switzerland)
Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States[]
  • Sochi International Airport (Russia)
  • Domodedovo International Airport (Russia)
  • Belgorod International Airport (Russia)
  • Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Airport (Russia)
  • Simferopol International Airport (Contested) [Temporarily discontinued due to Tensions over Crimea]
  • Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (Ukraine)
  • Zvartnots International Airport (Armenia)
  • Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (Serbia)
  • Astana International Airport (Kazakhstan)
  • Navoi International Airport (Uzbekistan)