What about page 4 of Letter of Agreement 38 where the asterisk next to E190 and E195 states "* includes respective -E2 varient"
Wow, I did not see that asterisk! Anyways, thanks for this relevant info. (But why the E2 was not considered back then?)
My understanding was from the union position back then. (I just found the following, dated around January 8th, 2016, and it does indeed mention this asterisk)
"It’s also likely that this agreement will be used by the company to claim that the E2 series jet meets the definition of a NSNA (New Small Narrowbody Aircraft) for scope relief in order to outsource more flying to United Express. The E2 arguably would not have been considered a NSNA since this aircraft type is not listed anywhere in the UPA. This would have provided the foundation for a good grievance fight to block expansion at United Express because the E2 is also not listed in the NSNA language. This TA essentially codifies an agreement between ALPA and the Company where we consider the old E Series Jet to be the same piece of equipment as the newer E2 Series Embraer jet (nothing but an asterisk note now).
Andy Collins, Chairman Council 11"
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