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Virtual European Air Force

Hi and welcome!

Not so long ago, we've decided to no longer allow individual virtual airline/airforce pages at the wiki. Those individual articles turned out to be easily out dated and prone to edit wars. Instead, we've set up a page where all airlines/airforces can be listed. Pilots can easily compare them and find a group that fits their needs.

Please feel free to add your club at Virtual airlines#Virtual air forces. I'll remove Virtual European Air Force and European Air Force when you're done. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Cheers, Gijs 19:31, 1 June 2013 (UTC)

Thanks for messaging. VEAF is a project from European Air Force, and I would see what it does looks on the wiki. I'll delete this article in a few minutes to be focus on EAF's one.
By the way, it means that EAF will have a special section on your Virtual Airlines article ?
This unsigned comment was added by VEAF Wiki (Talk | contribs) 19:39, 1 June 2013‎ (UTC) (UTC)
Just like the virtual airlines, the virtual air forces can each have a "template" on the Virtual airlines page. The template allows you to add some details about your airline/air force, like the name, logo, website, fleet etc. Instead of having a special page for each single airline/air force, we list them all below eachother, so they can be easily compared. You can find some instructions on how to use the template at {{Virtual airline summary}} Please ask if something is unclear.
Gijs 19:48, 1 June 2013 (UTC)
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