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Soixante-Trois Airlines is the name of a Paris-based airline within the Jamieverse which is a division of Soixante-Trois Industries. Its employees make

Early HistoryEdit

The airline's parent company, Soixante-Trois Industries, was founded in 1963 (and named for that year) in Paris by the French entrepreneur Henri Masson, after he discovered that he was to become a father. Originally just a distribution firm for electronic goods such as record players and telephones, Soixante-Trois eventually grew to become a manufacturer of electronic goods, and acquired several smaller businesses. By the time Henri Masson retired in 1994, Soixante-Trois Industries had expanded into three neighbouring countries, and Masson himself had a personal fortune of over ten billion French francs (roughly 1.5 billion euros in 2016 money). Henri was succeeded as CEO and chairman of Soixante-Trois Industries by his son, Antoine Masson. Antoine continued to expand the business, and in 2002 announced the formation of Soixante-Trois Airlines, which would provide high-quality air travel between Paris and other major European cities.

Expansion, a New Rule for Flight CrewsEdit

Over the course of the next ten years, the airline expanded in both size and scope of operations, even offering flights to Middle-Eastern destinations, but in November 2012, a scandal broke out when two young men- who were both seeking to transition to becoming women- applied to join the all-female flight attendant crew.

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Destinations ServedEdit

  • Blue Route (Western & Central Europe)
    • Paris (hub)
    • Berlin (hub)
    • London (hub)
    • Glasgow
    • Dublin
    • Nice
    • Strasbourg
    • Bordeaux
    • Toulouse
    • Montpellier
    • Ajaccio
    • Amsterdam
    • Brussels
    • Munich
    • Frankfurt
    • Zurich
    • Geneva
    • Vienna
  • Red Route (Southern Europe)
    • Paris (hub)
    • Berlin (hub)
    • London (hub)
    • Madrid
    • Barcelona
    • Malaga
    • Seville
    • Lisbon
    • Rome
    • Milan
    • Naples
    • Athens
  • Black Route (Eastern & Northern Europe)
    • Paris (hub)
    • Berlin (hub)
    • Moscow
    • St Petersburg
    • Warsaw
    • Helsinki
    • Stockholm
    • Oslo
    • Prague
  • Grey Route (Middle East)
    • Paris (hub)
    • Istanbul
    • Dubai
    • Doha

EmployeesEdit

(Those marked with a '+' are transgendered.)

Former EmployeesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The name of the airline is a play on Rule 63 of the internet, which states that for every given male character, there is a female version of that character.