The Airline has re-opened operations as of May 19, 2013, but as of today, remains inactive.
Fleets & Destinations
|Boeing 777||Australia, China, Dubai, Singapore|
|Airbus 380||China, Germany, Brazil, France|
|Concorde||London, Cancun, Mexico, Italy, Bahamas|
|A320||Texas, Los Angeles, Los Vegas|
The airline worked on a first come and first serve basis and was 100% free. They offered executive first class, business class, and economy class seating on a majority of their flights. These flights (which were events - depending on the destination) could last for about an hour. All participants arrived at the airport, in which they checked in, did a security check, and waited in their corresponding lounges until take off. Once the plane was in the air they were free to roam around or do as they pleased.
The hub for YoWays was Freedom City Airport. They were known as 'YoVille International Airlines' until May 15, 2012, and 'YoCustom Airlines' until May 19, 2013. They had fully renovated their planes and changed their name to YoCustoms by May 18, 2012. During May 12, 2012, they had asked customers what they'd like to see the new airline renamed, and it was chosen that YoCustoms was the best name. On May 19, 2013, the airline announced their 3rd new name and logo. They chose YoWays International Airlines.
YoCustoms also used to run a Train service (YoCustom Trains) and a cruise line service (YoCustom Cruises) up until July 02, 2012.
They used to fly to countries like Denmark, India, Korea, Algeria, but ceased operations in these countries.
YoVille International Airlines also had a website.
New Name and Logo
On May 19, 2013 it was announced that the new airlines logo and name was being decided, and the forumers got to choose the new logo. YoWays was the name that was selected by the Marketing staff for the airline.
Flight 7720 Crash
During their first flight under their new name YoWays, flight 7720 (concorde) en-route to the Bahamas had a massive explosion in the back of the plane. This explosion sent the plane hurtling towards the earth. It hit the ocean just a few miles of the Takoya Islands. Survivors huttled onto the island and survived for days until rescue came.
The airline has never released an official statement.