|Quoting TommyBP251b (Reply 6):|
Why hopefully -LHB? Wouldn't it be better MA keeps the plane which is working will, namely HA-LHB, and gives the "broken one to RG".
I was surprised to learn that MA
's B767s have a very low number of cycles, I guess that is why RG
had no problem adding LHA
to it's fleet despite it being the only -200ER that it's acquiring.
I'm not sure of the exact date but the plan was to have the second B763 in the fleet by Q2
2008. Apparently the new owners really want to streamline the fleet. The 4 CRJs are going and some B737 will be leased out. They also wan to enhance the long-haul fleet, but I'm unsure of the specifics.