Guide to Aviator for Facebook: Tips, tricks, cheats and strategies

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Aviator is a new Facebook game by 6waves Lolapps where you, as the title of the game says, are an aviator. You start off flying missions back and forth between Johannesburg and Harare, then as you progress you can unlock other cities not only in Africa, but all around the world. You run an airline business so your job is to haul people and cargo around, with the aim being to make as much of a profit as possible. Wanna learn how to maximize that profit? Then keep reason for some tips and tricks for Aviator.

You can make a lot of profit by adding more and more seats to your plane and shuttling as many passengers to the next city as possible. In fact, when you first start the game and you only have Harare and Johannesburg to fly back and forth to, add more seats and make a consistent profit from people who want to fly back and forth to just one location. Make sure to leave one blank space behind though for when you are given a mission to carry a piece of cargo from one place to the other, or else you won’t be able to complete the mission.

When you buy something cheap at the market, but the price goes up before you get the chance to sell it, resist the temptation to sell at a loss just so you can get the money back. It might take a slight bit longer to wait around until the selling price goes back up, but if you do you will make your money back in spades and have it to play with at a later date. To better resist the temptation to sell at a loss, make sure you have some money left over after you are done buying in the first place.

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