|Quoting Kcrwflyer (Reply 2):|
Integrated how? Aren't there already cities where WN ramp is working FL flights?
|Quoting LAXintl (Reply 4):|
What do you mean by "integrated"?
At LAX for instance FL used a handling company, but since April moved in with SWA
|Quoting gizmonc (Thread starter):|
There are no WN personnel at this time in DCA just FL.
|Quoting AS739BSI (Reply 7):|
That is what has been previously announced that SEA was going to be the first integrated city. I think FL doesn't run too many flights from SEA
|Quoting RWA380 (Reply 9):|
|Quoting gizmonc (Reply 13):|
Sept 8 will be the first WN flight out of DCA. Current FL Station manager became the WN station manager, The seniority between FL IAM and WN IAM has not be fully decided, but they are working on it. The Ramp is a vendor at this time in DCA but until WN finds sufficent space the vendor will work the ramp. Once Customer service integration is completed DCA employees will be able to work either a FL flight or WN flight. The FL employees at DCA will not become WN employees until the IAM seniority is complete.
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 17):|
I'm still confused here...
By what defination is DCA going to be the first integrated station for Air Tran and Southwest?.. By the OP's own posting (the second one) there are stations currently operating exactly how DCA will.
|Quoting flyiguy (Reply 19):|
I think OP was refering to DCA being the first city to be 100% WN from a station that had zero presence of WN to begin with.
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 20):|
|Quoting alggag (Reply 3):|
Right now, DSM will be the first 100% turned over station followed by EYW. If you're counting former FL stations that now or will have WN presence then isn't ATL first on that list? Southwest's AUS-DCA service starts this Sunday but there will still be FL until further notice.
|Quoting FL787 (Reply 6):|
By WN's own definition, SEA will be the first station to become fully integrated at the end of summer.