|Quoting ERAUgrad02 (Reply 3):|
i wonder what theyll use if the dont keep the 146?. my brother is an f/o on the e-170 for republic. he said he thinks it can get in/out of there
|Quoting ERAUgrad02 (Thread starter):|
I was just asking. I loved working these birds when I worked for ACA in RDU.
|Quoting EHHO (Reply 5):|
Are all UA BAe-146s the ones that fly with ZW? Or do they have other ones too. If they don't, why are they leaving the fleet? Is ZW retiring them, or is ZW breaking its ties with UA?
|Quoting DIA (Reply 4):|
but what will replace the -146s on the same routes where this size a/c is needed?
|Quoting Ordramper98 (Reply 10):|
The people who frequent Aspen don't like props. UA has no answer for that.
|Quoting Apodino (Reply 7):|
I don't know where you have been lately, but UA is the one breaking ties with ZW
|Quoting Ca2ohHP (Reply 13):|
Quoting Ordramper98 (Reply 10):
The BAe-146 is the only approved commercial jet that can fly there.
So has the DH8.