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Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 3:06 pm

sorry, i couldn't resist with the posts that fuelhog put up...

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 3:20 pm

I don't know but Braniff is big need of rampers at their DFW ops! I have also heard that National is expanding and is need of help as well. Smile/happy/getting dizzy

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 4:18 pm

I don't know, but People's Express is sure to be hiring and you can guarantee that Air Florida is on that list with the route expansion and all.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 4:20 pm

So when is Western going to be getting those 777's?
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 4:32 pm

What is Eastern replacing its DC-9s with?

Are they getting the 717 or the A318? or are they going RJ after this.

What about Pan Am and their 747-200? Are they getting the 777 or the A340-600 to replace it?
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 4:35 pm

Is anyone else outraged that Republic ended their nonstop, 7 times a day run between CID-OMA?
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 6:03 pm

Yes, Matt D, it is an outrage. And HlywdCatft, I heard from a 'reliable' source that Eastern is getting the 717-200 as a DC-9 replacement. As for Pan Am, that's anyone's guess, I presonally think the 777-200ER due to their long history with Boeing, but in today's amrket, anything is possible.

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 6:11 pm

"but in today's market, anything is possible"

That's what I thought when Trump shuttle announced the Dussault Mercure as their 727 replacement!
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 6:12 pm

No kidding, that came as a huge shock, but now looks to be a good move on their part!

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 7:36 pm

Well, I've put in my application with Wein for their new SEA-JFK service. Pity they chose the A380 over the 777ER.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 9:28 pm

i am more mad that access air out of des moines decided not to fly their refitted 737-200 tokyo to des moines. i know o&d traffic on this route has to be like 5 pax a year, and the connections beyond dsm, outstanding? anybody agree.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sat Feb 22, 2003 10:01 pm

Don;t laugh but PA is going to be hiring here in SFB shortly. The operate 722's with winglets and 1 JS32. They also have a CASA 212 on field.
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 12:11 am

Yeah! There is a Pretty Low-Fare PAN AM ClipperJets with winglet 727s and Pan Am Clipper Connection (Boston-Maine Airways) with J31s. The fares are great.
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 12:46 am

B&M is coming into Manchester in March. The owner of Pan Am said in a newspaper article that once our runway 17-35 opens at 9,250 feet this June he'd start Florida & Caribbean service from here using the 'mainline' 727-200s. I'll believe it when I see it, but the fact that we're the only airport in the whole northeast to have shown growth 2001-2002--and is in the midst of building more gates right now--is catching the attention of David Fink and perhaps the folks at JetBlue (who have to decide whether launching Logan service AFTER Song has already done so is a shrewd business decision).

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:53 am

Who is the Reliable source at Eastern? A ramp rat? Or a pilot, or some guy that cleans the toilets in the Eastern terminal?
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 2:01 am

Who is the Reliable source at Eastern? A ramp rat? Or a pilot, or some guy that cleans the toilets in the Eastern terminal?

Probably the same guy who told me PSA is pulling their L-1011's out of storage and will be using them on the LAX-SFO run again.  Big grin

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 2:39 am

Eastern will be hiring after the introduction of Tu-334s to replace the DC-9s. Ozark is also replacing thier DC-9s but with second hand Tu-134s(ex-Interflug). I'm sure both will be hiring soon. Rumor mills have also been speculating that Texas International will be adding YS-11s for inter Texas service, especially on the high-density Waco-Lubbock route.
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 6:41 am

Rumor mills have also been speculating that Texas International will be adding YS-11s for inter Texas service, especially on the high-density Waco-Lubbock route.

Clearly whoever told you this doesn't know what the hell he or she is talking about. Why can't we get some reliable information around here?

Anyway, a REAL source (namely the late Ted Baker) informed me that 1) they will NOT be using YS-11's on the Waco-Lubbock route. They will be using Convair 240's. And the route is Waco-Harlingen.

Get your facts straight.


Also, regarding the RC dropping of the CID-OMA route, I realize that A) I have never been to either city, much less flown it and B) most likely never will, I still think it's an abomination. Hopefully Muse Air will see this Black Hole over Mid-America and send in their MD-11's PRONTO.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 9:47 am

How many cities in the U.S. does British Caledonian serve? When are they getting their first 777's delivered?

When does Hughes Air West begin flying to AGS?

Is MarkAir adding any more cities out of Denver soon?

 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 9:54 am

How many cities in the U.S. does British Caledonian serve?

10: LAX, JFK, ATL, SFO, EWR, DEN, IAH, PHL, ORD, and TYS.

When are they getting their first 777's delivered?

I don't think that they will be getting any as the A319 is CLEARLY the superior fleet choice.

When does Hughes Air West begin flying to AGS?

As soon as New York Air begins service to SVO.

Is MarkAir adding any more cities out of Denver soon?

Speculation is running rampant on this one. Although nothing's been confirmed, possible cities include DRO, GEG, MOT, CAK, RSW, and possibly TTN.










 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 10:28 am

Will Pan Am be the Launch Customer for the 7E7? Also, When is National planning on taking delivery of their A380s? And I would like to know when Braniff will add the FLYING COLORS Schemes to their 757s?
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 10:30 am

I honestly don't know many of the right answers....but North Central has finally expanded BEYOND North Dakota. They're now flying into Montana. Woohoo!!!
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 10:50 am

Actually, the white tail Braniff 757s are leased from Interflug and will be returned to the East German flag carrier in April--Interflug needs more capacity on the Leipzig-Dresden-Karl Marxstadt shuttle and the Tu-134s are going to Ozark as previously mentioned. My inside sources (ex-Staatssicherheitsdienst) tell me that Braniff is negotiating a deal with Boeing for some 717-300ERs which will allow nonstop flights from DFW to Tahiti. Service to the Galapagos Islands will be henceforth discontinued, a severe blow to tortoise-spotting enthusiasts. Unfortunately, these enthusiasts are notoriously low-yield passengers.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 11:21 am

a close source of mine at Boeing has told me that Northwest will be relaunching Southern with a fleet of 8 717-200's serving Dulles, ATL, MCO, and CVG. Their first flight will be this June.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 12:19 pm

I heard that Braniff is getting a livery change. They will be bringing the flying colors back, but more extreme than before

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banana yellow
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:22 pm

Clickhappy....

How did I fail to mention that Southern is our new low cost carrier? Thank you for reminding me. We're still debating if we want the LCC to appear in Navy blue or something white with blue and yellow lettering. Maybe we'll scrap it all and go for something in all yellow.

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:25 pm

**Maybe we'll scrap it all and go for something in all yellow.**

Hughs Airwest might have that yellow copyrited.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:30 pm

Hmmmm....good point. What to do, what to do. Maybe we'll create a mini hub in Milwaukee...perhaps, even Washington, D.C., too. Sounds like a winner, right?

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:42 pm

Hughes AirWest based in IAD??????

Now THAT would be interesting.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 1:53 pm

Braniff will be reviving its "Big Orange" color scheme to go with its order for three A380s (I can already see people running down the streets screaming, "the sun is falling, the sun is falling..."). They will be operating these on domestic flights between DFW-LAX, LAX-ORD, DFW-JFK. They have been so successful with these wide body domestic flights in the US it is speculated they may be a launch customer for the A380-800 as well. In fact Southwest has picked up on that and is moving to an all 747 fleet (the 737s are just too small). I have also heard that Laker is on the verge of a huge 777 order. Does anyone have any info on that one? Wink/being sarcastic



P.S. I have really enjoyed reading everyone's comments on this post. Its good to have a little bit of humor now and then.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 2:30 pm

By the way, "Fly North East's Yellow Birds." Its not very often that you get to travel on a Convair 990 these days.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Sun Feb 23, 2003 3:26 pm

I heard that Varney Airlines has an order for some 777-300s too
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:25 am

Well, there we are. In recognition of Eastern's sterling contribution to the Caribbean market 10 regional governments have decided to contribute up to US$1b to keep the carrier flying. In so doing they hope to introduce some more new planes to serve the region, with the 717-300 being a possible type. It's rumoured that Cuba is strongly interested too... Meanwhile BWIA and Air Jamaica are already crying foul (fowl?) as they are being left to languish.

Guyana Airways is introducing the new 777-300 on its new services from GEO to YYZ via POS and BGI. With this jet it hopes to keep Tower Air off the Guyana market altogether - those old 747s cannot match up! Tower has already planned a major fight with up to 5 A380s on order for possible delivery in 2004. There is just one problem though - those Airbuses may not be able to land at GEO...

Meanwhile CaribAir is looking to upgrade its Herons to Saunders ST27 standards to deal with the increased competition. After all, with Carib Express bringing in a dozen 728 Jets on the regional routes, EC Xpress finding the Viscounts a reliable and cost-effective replacement for the Dash 8s that it originally had (and went bust with, some new investors bought it off JM and have offered a "new level of service") and Air Caribbean's YS11s up and down all over the region with hourly inter-island shuttles, it has to keep up with the times!

All this while "regional" carrier LIAT is on the verge of collapse as the regional governments redirect investment to Eastern. Wait - hot off the press - the Caribbean governments have decided to unite the region into 1 country next year and LIAT will be the national regional carrier alongside Eastern! More cussing at BW and JM...

All this under the warm Caribbean sunshine - which will also soon shine upon Sabena's A340-600s on their BRU-ANU-POS services.

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:33 am

I heard rumors that Peidmont was looking to get some slots at HKG, and fly DAY-HKG with the A380's they are getting
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 7:47 am

British Caledonian is also hiring JAR pilots
with A330 / A340 type rating for their
routes to Brazil and further expantion
plans for South America.
I don't like their new plain type paint
scheme they now have that was proposed
by Airbus a few years back.
Hopefully they will introduce a retro
with the arrival of their A380's.

Wardair Canada has also just opened
it's new non-stop route Toronto-Moscow
with A340 following their new Vancouver-
Sydney and Vancouver-Tokyo routes.

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:16 am

Flew that "Gas Lamp Service" the other day on mohawk, those DC-3's need replaced....FH-277's in the future???

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:32 am

Isn't Interflug supposed to be getting some A380s soon to start service to JFK and NRT? I also heard that from a reliable source that Air South MIGHT be getting some IL-96's to start service between Columbia - Miami thrice daily.  Wink/being sarcastic

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:41 am

Sorry I took so long to respond, but my reliable source at Eastern is the guy who puts the blue in the blue water in Omaha.

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 11:00 am

When will BOAC be resuming services to JFK, I heard they are looking to acquire and refurbish some Tridents possibly some Comets once they find a qualified pilot on the type.

Also, it is rumoured (let me make this very clear) that Air America will be resuming flights to Hanoi and Saigon thrice weekly with a stop in HNL and in Subic Bay.

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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 11:12 am

I just heard on CNN that American will start flying to Sydney with 747SP's.
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 11:24 am

This Just in. AirTran orders A380s for Transcon service. Also, Southwest has ordered 564 Airbus A320 Aircraft to replace their 737-300/500/700 fleet. They will order Airbus A319 Aircraft to replace the 737-200. Aloha has reached an agreement with Boeing for 50 777-300ER aircraft powered by GE90-115B engines. Ansett Australia is relaunching itself with non-stop service to Podunk town, Illinois. Southeast Airlines orders the CRJ for Transcon service.

NEWS -- American Airlines has placed an order for 1,728 examples of the 777-400ER Airframe which will be powered by GE90-146B engines rated at a maximum of 146,037 pounds of thrust per engine. They will be used on routes from DFW / KDFW), USA - Texas">DFW and ORD / KORD), USA - Illinois">ORD.

This just in. Braniff orders the A380-800, and first example will roll out in 2007 in the Red/Yellow 2nd Alexander Girard Livery. Northwest, and American have also ordered the L-1011-700 for Transcon routes.



[Edited 2003-02-24 03:32:47]
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 1:10 pm

BR715--What do you take us for, idiots? There's no such plane as a L-1011-700. Duh! Northwest has announced its intention to acquire and convert Fedex MD-10s to passenger service, and American is about to file for Chapter 7, just like Delta.

Good news about the Airbus order from Southwest, should help the A32X line which has been suffering from a lack of interest. Who'd have thought that Airbus would cannibalize its own line of narrow-body jets by offering the A380 to American LCCs?
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 1:27 pm

Pan American would NEVER fly an Airbus, lol. These days, if it ain't Boeing, they ain't going.
 
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Mon Feb 24, 2003 1:40 pm

Hot off the presses!!!

Religious leaders Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell and Jimmy Baker from his jail cell have created a joint venture to bring back...

"The Lord's Airline"

They will be flying their orriginal DC-8


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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Mon Feb 24, 2003 2:23 pm

lmfao

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Yeah, no shit. Big heaping loads of faith to fly in that bucket.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:01 am

ATCT, in some late-breaking news, what's-his-name, the former CEO of NW, has left Burger King and returned to the airline industry to head up Mohawk. He considered replacing those MD-3's with MD-6's but looked carefully at the balance sheet and realized that by refurbishing the MD-3's (basically replacing the old balsa wood in the tail with pine two-by-fours, and installing new lavs), he can get 15 more years out of them. The so-called 'millennium MD-3s' will feature MD-6-style hatracks, however, and greatly enhance the passenger appeal, even though coach seat pitch is being reduced to 28" and First Class to 32". Instead of a heavy class divider panel, they will install a shower curtain with seahorses on it.

Another slight modification involves 'Gas Light Service'. It will simply be called 'Gas Light' because they will eliminate the service.
 
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:03 am

According to Yahoo, American Airlines will re-instate smoking on all flights, and will be serving a meal on all flights. I will have a link soon
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:06 am

Also I just found out that American just put orders in for 25 727-100's. Here is a link
http://www.fullofcrap.com/doesntmatter/ghfkw/yrureadingthis.html
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RE: Will Pan Am Or Eastern Be Hiring Soon?

Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:08 am

A recent look at the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reveals that Wien Air Alaska is hiring all the customer services agents it can get, largely to service the burgeoning demand on the lucrative, uh, FAI-BOG route. Expansion plans call for n/s FAI-CPT, once the A345s are delivered.

Also, Northern Air Cargo is said to be in talks with Airbus on ordering the A380F, to replace its aging DC-6 fleet.

Just my contribution to this ridiculous (though entertaining) thread.

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