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Topic: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: Transpac787
Posted 2011-06-14 15:26:46 and read 7612 times.

Hey all,

As I was reading over DL's newest bid packet for the cockpit crews, I was thinking it seems like DL has a high number of different pilot bases. Including current bases and near-term changes, they have:

DC9: MSP, MEM, DTW
MD88/MD90: MSP, ATL, NYC
A320: SLC, MSP, DTW, MEM, ATL (to open soon)
737: LAX, SLC, CVG, ATL, NYC
757/767: SEA, LAX, SLC, MSP, DTW, ATL, NYC
764: ATL, NYC
A330: SEA, DTW, MSP (to close soon), ATL (to open soon)
777: DTW, ATL
744: DTW


Just for my own curiosity sake, would anyone be able to post the various aircraft/base lists for other US carriers??

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: jetskipper
Posted 2011-06-14 16:12:11 and read 7556 times.

CO
777: EWR, IAH
757/767: EWR, IAH
737: CLE, EWR, GUM, IAH, LAX

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: HAL
Posted 2011-06-14 23:40:45 and read 7243 times.

HA
767: HNL, SEA
A330: HNL
717: HNL

HAL

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: apodino
Posted 2011-06-15 13:40:37 and read 7065 times.

US

A330 - PHL
A320 - PHL, CLT, PHX, DCA, LGA
737 - PHL, CLT, DCA, PHX
757/767 - PHL, CLT, PHX
190 - PHL

ZW

CRJ - PHL, DCA, LGA, RDU, ORF


WN

737 - BWI, MDW, MCO, HOU, DAL, OAK, PHX, LAS, DEN?

B6

A320 - BOS, JFK, MCO, LGB
190 - BOS, JFK

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: ThePinnacleKid
Posted 2011-06-15 15:35:06 and read 7041 times.

XE - ExpressJet
ERJ - CLE, EWR, IAH, ORD

Closed/Former - ONT (Branded), SAT (Branded), LAX (Delta)

AX - Trans States
ERJ - IAD, STL

[Edited 2011-06-15 15:35:44]

[Edited 2011-06-15 15:37:11]

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: AAR90
Posted 2011-06-15 21:54:05 and read 6979 times.

AA Pilot Crew Bases (by acft type)....

738 - BOS, DCA, DFW, LAX, LGA, MIA, ORD, SFO
757/767 - BOS, DFW, LAX, LGA, MIA, ORD, SFO, STL
777 - DFW, LGA, LAX, MIA, ORD, SFO
S80 - DCA, DFW, LAX, LGA, ORD, SFO, STL

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: Transpac787
Posted 2011-06-16 05:14:28 and read 6937 times.

Quoting AAR90 (Reply 5):
777 - DFW, LGA, LAX, MIA, ORD, SFO

  

SFO 777?? Is that a base that's now closed (SJC?), or what?? I'd imagine they wouldn't fly too much otherwise  

Quoting AAR90 (Reply 5):
757/767 - BOS, DFW, LAX, LGA, MIA, ORD, SFO, STL

STL 757/767 is still open?? Wow, I thought they were down to like 1-2 daily flights out of STL and that's it.

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: AAR90
Posted 2011-06-16 07:31:11 and read 6913 times.

Quoting Transpac787 (Reply 6):
SFO 777?? Is that a base that's now closed (SJC?), or what?? I'd imagine they wouldn't fly too much otherwise  

That's called a "typo" (error). I copied the info from a graph (very small print) on the last page of our monthly bid package. Sorry about the boo-boo.

Quoting Transpac787 (Reply 6):
STL 757/767 is still open?? Wow, I thought they were down to like 1-2 daily flights out of STL and that's it.

A contractual requirement (created by APA) that remains from the TWA "purchase." Virtually all STL trips are DFW/ORD trips with a deadhead to/from STL. Expensive, but contractually required.

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: Kaphias
Posted 2011-06-16 09:03:53 and read 6890 times.

AS
737 - SEA, LAX, PDX, ANC

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: Elevated
Posted 2011-06-19 22:14:03 and read 6653 times.

VX
319/320 - SFO, LAX, IAD, JFK

Topic: RE: US Airline Pilot Bases For Each Aircraft Type
Username: LAXintl
Posted 2011-06-19 22:56:45 and read 6646 times.

United flight deck bases.

Airbus - DCA, DEN, JFK, LAX, ORD, SFO, DTK
757/767 - DCA, DEN, JFK, LAX, ORD, SEA, SFO, DTK
777 - DCA, LAX, ORD, SEA, SFO, DTK
744 - LAX, ORD, SFO, DTK

Many of these bases have co-terminals - in otherwords a JFK pairing for example can be from EWR and LGA also.
DTK is the Denver training center, but in essence the only aircraft that truly have a Denver base is the Airbus and 757/767.

Post integration ???

Quoting jetskipper (Reply 1):
CO

To add for CO, IAH will be the first 787 base.


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