cactusmurf
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US Airways Single Certificate A/C Utilization

Tue Apr 17, 2007 5:32 pm

When US Airways finally gets its single operating certificate which now looks to be on schedule to happen sometime in June, what do you think we will see in terms of aircraft utilization? Will the airline still try and keep the 2 fleets seperate for the most part or will we see a total mismatch of east aircraft operating a lot of west flights out of PHX and LAS and vice versa? Will the aircraft routers even take this into account when routing the future flights or will it not even matter?

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