|Quoting N801NW (Reply 3):|
Are the 9's being parked temporarily or permanently retired? AFAIK, NWA hasn't been clear of whether they will return to the fleet, if ever.
|Quoting Gigneil (Reply 13):|
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|Quoting N801NW (Reply 19):|
A NWA FA from the DTW base happened to be seated next to me at the end of March and she had an interesting theory. She believed Andersen may have been shown the door because the labor cuts hadn't come and Steenland's mandate was to get them regardless.
|Quoting Nwafflyer (Reply 20):|
I can live without a pretzel, sure - no problem, and I can bring my own magazine. But I hate the CRJ - it's so small and cramped, I actually hurt after a 45 minute flight.
|Quoting Adam727 (Reply 25):|
When I went from PHXto MCI I took an A319 to DTW redeye flight. it was full then the DC-9 to MCI fro DTW. was full to. When I returned to phx I was on another DC-9 and there was know one on board. So I can see them storing the DC-9's but the 757's come on.
|Quoting PSU.DTW.SCE (Reply 27):|
That is rediculous. Too bad yields are any better, but this proves how much demand there is more air travel. Too bad this industry is so messed up they can't price at or above cos
|Quoting RJpieces (Reply 34):|
Where did he move to?
|Quoting M404 (Reply 38):|
Like the MPR article alludes, what kind of quality CEO and other leaders can the troubled carriers get?
|Quoting Squid (Reply 40):|
Airline's need CEO's and VP's that do it for the love of aviation, not money. I'm sure there are many people who could and would jump on the chance to be the CEO of NWA for only $150,000 per year, and limited bonuses and stock options until the airline became profitable.