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Gridnet airways (ICAO: GNA / IATA: GN / Call-Sign: GNET) offers both non-commercial and commercial flights as a virtual airline in Second Life®. Based in the Nautilus region, gridnet™ airways is owned by Sweecah and is a subsidiary company of gridnet™ Consortium.

gridnet™ Consortium is amongst the leading providers of gridwide Industrial and Private Sector, planning & construction services, aviation & nautical services, offering our clients exceptional quality services within construction, transportation, search and rescue (SAR) and aircraft passenger & freight. gridnet™ Consortium prides itself in offering the best staff for fixed wing & helicopter services and training.

gridnet™ Consortium is a group of companies which include: 

  • gridnet™ airways (inc. Pilot Training)
  • gridnet™ construction
  • gridnet™ freight
  • gridnet™ holdings (inc. *CABS* Tiny Outlet)
  • gridnet™ media Division
  • gridnet™ security Division
  • gridnet™ SAR - HM Coastguard / RNLI
  • gridnet™ British Airways Helicopters
  • gridnet™ Bahamas Air Tours


During March 2016 gridnet™ Consortium management issued a press statement which confirmed that they had taken control of three struggling air companies Bahamas Air Tours, Retro Travel Airways & YELLOW AIR TAXI re-grouping them under one governing body gridnet™ airways thus adding further air operations to its existing Sea Freight operation known as gridnet™ Freight and the SAR operational service of HM Coastguard. Each company retained its personal Livery having an added sponsor logo of gridnet™ airways adorned onto the fuselage. In May 2017 gridnet™ Consortium took control of the struggling British Airways Helicopters, and with a unique business plan have now turned the passenger service back into a productive and profitable shuttle service between major locations around the SL Grid. The company is currently operating from its main charter terminal at Tsurington Aerodrome (west of Nautilus) until its new premises have completed construction at another site later this year.

Operations Crew


Airports served by gridnet airways:


As of April 2016, the gridnet™ airways fleet includes (but is not limited to) the following aircraft: