|Quoting Jerseyguy (Reply 3):|
Except that's what Senior Vice President- Commerical Dan Shurz said in a video interview with local paper
Despite whatever he said, I can almost 90% assure you that F9
are not going to earmark an A319 and leave it in Trenton permanently. What he means is that there will always be an A319 overnighting in Trenton, and indeed it could be the same aircraft for several weeks at a time. They will, however, rotate the aircraft over MCO
(or wherever) for maintenance. You will almost definitely see several frames "based" there during the flying program.