• Airlines Manager: Tycoon Takes Flight

    Airlines Manager: Tycoon

    New iteration of the #1 airline management sim combines accessible and engaging gameplay with unparalleled realism.

    Paris - June 21, 2017 - Playrion announced that Airlines Manager: Tycoon, the latest iteration of their popular Airlines Manager simulation line, has launched today for iOS and Android. Unveiled this week at the 52nd annual International Paris Air Show (the aerospace industry's main trade show), the free-to-play game features an addictive balance of serious business simulation with entertaining gameplay. The Airlines Manager series has received high praise from over 1.3 million fans for its attention to detail while remaining fun and accessible for both hardcore and casual players alike.

    Airlines Manager: Tycoon puts players in the CEO seat at a fledgling airline where they must take care of marketing, research and development, finances, and growth. Upon launching the game, players have the option of choosing between the deeper, analytic Pro mode and the new Tycoon mode that runs seven times faster than the original and is specially designed for mobile pick-up-and-play.

    "The combination of engaging gameplay and attractive presentation with a realistic business modeling is what makes Airlines Manager unique," said Benjamin Cohen, CEO of Playrion. "We take the authenticity very seriously, from incorporating the actual prices that manufacturers charge, to reflecting deviations in route traffic that occur during real-world events - the game, for example, accurately displayed the impact on flights to Brazil during the Rio 2016 Olympics."

    Starting with just $300 million, budding airline moguls purchase aircraft, schedule flights, manage services, and attract passengers. Using powerful reports and analysis tools, they can determine how to maximize profits and fuel expansion via over seven million destinations worldwide. The game offers real-time play across mobile and web platforms, and truly passionate players can experience even deeper levels of management and data analysis by utilizing a powerful free tool in the PC version. Airlines Manager's simulation depth has even allowed it to be used as a training tool in business schools.

    "Some of our players are quite fanatical, so we let them drill down into the data as far as they'd like," continued Cohen. "But the game is not pay-to-win; players can top the leaderboards without spending a penny."

    Airlines Manager: Tycoon is an official sponsor of the International Paris Air Show 2017, the largest and longest-running aerospace trade show in the world. The game officially launched today at the show, which runs from Sunday, June 18, through Sunday, June 25.

    For more information about Airlines Manager: Tycoon, please visit:

    iTunes

    Google Play

    About Playrion

    Founded in 2007 by Benjamin Cohen, PLAYRION is a Simulation Games studio and publishing specialist. Totaling more than a million downloads since the start of the franchise, Airlines Manager offers players the ultimate cross-platform Airlines Management Sim experience on both PC (browser) and Smartphones (iOS and Android). Playrion is committed to offering the highest simulation standards powered by outstanding proprietary algorithms and instant fun to newcomers thanks to its interface and game mode designed for on-the-go mobile use. Following Airlines Manager and Airlines Manager 2, Airlines Manager: Tycoon is the latest iteration of the series. For additional information about the company and its products, please visit www.playrion.com.


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