Will ATA Have Its Ontime Record Reported?

Sat Dec 29, 2001 7:04 am

With TWA being merged into AA on Dec. 2, will ATA have its ontime record being reported starting in January as they are the 10th largest airline now?
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RE: Will ATA Have Its Ontime Record Reported?

Sat Dec 29, 2001 7:10 am

Actually, it's not a question of if they are the tenth-largest, but rather if their scheduled-service revenues are at least 1% of overall industry revenues, which I doubt at this point. TWA will continue to report as long as it operates as a separate entity from AA I believe, since AA Eagle has had to report its on-time numbers since the beginning of 2001 (they hit the 1% threshold).

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