|Quoting flyingbronco05 (Reply 2):|
AA/AE never operated 50 seaters out of LAX. They were the 140's, aka 44 seaters.
|Quoting N62NA (Reply 7):|
Is this the first time a plane is painted with American Eagle titles but operated by a company other than AMR, for AMR?
|Quoting Goldenshield (Reply 8):|
Before AA consolidated their regionals, they all had Eagle branding, so no.
|Quoting N62NA (Reply 10):|
But this is a non-AMR owned company flying the American Eagle (as opposed to American Connection) banner. So my point isn't directed at AA, rather the corporate parent, AMR.
|Quoting N62NA (Reply 10):|
But this is a non-AMR owned company flying the American Eagle
|Quoting N766UA (Reply 12):|
Every company flying as American Eagle with be non-AMR in the near future. Eagle is in the process of picking a new company name as we speak, in preparation for the spin-off.
|Quoting Goldenshield (Reply 11):|
Basically, all of the regionals that became Eagle as we know it now, were independant until either purchased by, or merged into Eagle carrier (except for Nashville Eagle.)
|Quoting mhkansan (Thread starter):|
The seat map looks exactly the same as DL so probably no reconfiguration is required.
|Quoting bohica (Reply 15):|
I believe all 50 seat CRJ's are configured the same. 12 rows of 4 seats and the last row is 2 seats on the left side. Looking at the photos in the DB of OO CRJ interiors, I don't see anything that is airline specific i.e. DL or UA logos. Unless AA requested any changes to the interior, they should be fine as it is.
|Quoting Goldenshield (Reply 17):|
All of the SkyWest aircraft have SkyWest branding inside. It makes it easier, should they be needed elsewhere. A good example was the whole UA -> YX -> FL -> UA -> US/AA route that some aircraft have taken.
|Quoting CWAFlyer (Reply 18):|
They have no interior branding, but the only ones that can be used across all networks are the generic painted ones. The others cannot be moved around from one major partner to another.
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