Atlantic Sun Airways :: News
2004-09-09
ASA withdraws from VASM

Today we have announced that Atlantic Sun Airways (ASA) has withdrawn from the current version of the Virtual Airline Stock Market (VASM).

The current version of VASM is filled with bugs which make it too easy for people to cheat the system. ASA's shares were known at one point to go up over $100/share in just hours and then plummit again just hours later, due to traders conducting "pump and dump" operations.

Atlantic Sun has been in contact with members from the VASM and they have agreed that removing the stock from the market is the best way to protect our airline's image. Atlantic Sun will return to the VASM once some of the current bugs are worked out of the system.

Any questions regarding refunds should be directed to the management at the Virtual Airline Stock Market: http://www.vastock.com/


With 18 years of operations, Atlantic Sun Airways is at the vanguard of the virtual aviation hobby. Utilizing the latest in technologies such as a PHP-based website, automation system, and downloadable timetable software, Atlantic Sun Airways is committed to providing pilots with the most fun, realistic and unique flight simming experience possible while maintaining an organized, professional environment. Atlantic Sun Airways utilizes a fleet of different, state-of-the art aircraft and flies a route network of over 3000 flights, while maintaining a constant roster of at least 300 active pilots - making Atlantic Sun Airways one of the most recognized and popular VAs on the net.

Atlantic Sun Airways... "expect more."

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