Now what about Snakes and Ladders, where you could play at getting through the various hurdles of an airport and finally getting onto your flight, obstructed by idiotic officials and poorly drafted badly interpreted rules?
I like it.
Green Eggs and Ham -Airline Catering Version
The player who flies 'n dines the most miles and survives wins!
The player who launches an airline in a country dominated by a biased government-owned carrier and manages to wrangle a profitable route structure wins!
Same premise as Airline Monopoly - except the player must strategize the challenge of a mass terrorist coup, a global epidemic that kills millions, and $350/barrel oil prices. A real fun game!
Twister -The Airline Economy-Seat Version
The player who contorts, twists, bends, and stays in that position the longest wins!
Air-Traffic Control Scramble
Aviation Trivial Pursuit
The player who has memorized the most mind-numbing aviation-related trivia and ends up with the most pies in his circle wins! This game appeals to those who seldom get asked to dinner parties because they bore people. Rumour has it this game is very popular with a particular pilot-related internet site.
Clue - The Flight Attendant Version
Did the stressed-out flight attendant bump-off the passenger in the galley with a dinner knife, bean him in coach with an extra-heavy carry-on, smother him in first class with a pillow, or choke him in the lavatory with the safety-demo seatbelt? The player who puts all the clues together wins!
Life - The Pilot Version
The player who survives furloughs, pay and pension cutbacks, multiple divorces, and doesn't end up in the poorhouse wins!