It looks like American Eagle is moving towards an all RJ
fleet, thus progressively phasing out the props, and there are more routes flown today by American Eagle previously flown by American Airlines mainline. It is obvious that there'll be more RJ
routes on Eagle's system in the future, routes that used to be in the mainline system, Eagle's RJ
's are rapidly taking over Fokker 100 routes. Most mainline routes flown on the Fokker 100 will see Eagle RJ
's, such is the case on the ALB
flight, that route used to be flown with larger equipment including B727/MD80/F100 aircraft, now it's all ERJ. I mention ALB
because that's were I went to college.