Boof02671 wrote:And AS was found liable in the SEA Arbitration and had to pay those former employees.
Like I said, expect more Crj 200 cuts in the future. With all the regional cuts from DTW, the focus is becoming more on an O/D hub. Expect APN, CIU, IMT, ESC etc... to be cut as well in the near future... A lot of that stuff is OO at risk. Is OO cutting the 50 seater at risk fleet? OO keeps signing...Jump to post
Cheyenne put up a $600k subsidy. I think G4 to LAS was the other option.Jump to post
The E175E2 seems like a perfectly good airplane. And just like airplanes of similar size and capability of the past (DC-9-10, 737-200, F-28, BAC 1-11), it can be flown at mainline, by mainline pilots. All of which were introduced 1965-1969. One might think the industry has evolved a bit in the last...Jump to post
Why would the pilots give up a concession like increased MTOW at the regionals in exchange for nothing? I guess because raising the weight a few thousand pounds wouldn't really affect them. It adds no seats to the regional operations, nor does it add any additional planes. It simply would allow old...Jump to post
I believe 86K was chosen, because the original DC9 was right around 86K pounds, in it's configuration used by US airlines. This kept mainline planes from every being flown at regionals. Thank you, I wondered what was magic about 86k. Maybe it's time for an inflation adjustment to the 717's 110k. :)Jump to post
If that's really the concern, raising scope MTOW to, say, 100k lbs. shouldn't be a problem. MTOWs for 319s and 757s start at 166k lbs.Jump to post
G4 already serves Ogden, which is even closer than SLC. Stranger things have happened, tho....Jump to post
I can 100% tell you that OO does not run ground handing in ERI, SCE, SWF or LSE. They are DGS stations and I'd be willing to bet they aren't at risk. As little as 6 months ago they were flown by 9E, which obviously isn't an at risk carrier. But, its painfully obvious that you work for OO and are tr...Jump to post
And at what point does/can the legacy decide to take it from an at-risk to a normal CPA flight? SFO-SMF is one example that has gained a mainline UA flight alongside at-risk flights. SFO-ONT has been one I was curious at as it is flown almost 10x a day by SkyWest on CRJ200's and can easily be conso...Jump to post
Could it? Sure. Will it? How can anyone really know?
SJU in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is under private management.
https://www.city-journal.org/html/makin ... 14946.html
Served only by OO/DL:
TWF -- Twin Falls, ID
PIH -- Pocatello, ID
EKO -- Elko, NV
CDC -- Cedar City, UT
WYS -- West Yellowstone, MT
Economics of RJ's SBA-LAX should not make a difference. UA has been running SBN-ORD fa distance of 75nm for years with 50 and 76 seaters. They seem to be making money on that. Every market is different - it's not a "if it works here then it necessarily must and will work there" sort of si...Jump to post
Skywest is one airline that is known to operate some "at-risk" flying under the United banner. For those flights, Skywest assumes the risk and the costs and pays United to handle the ticketing and reservations side of things. However, most of those routes were operated with their Embraer ...Jump to post
I am being told that Mcgee will pay the $15 an hour wage. If This is true, it will be a great little place to work. The contract between the IAM and McGee was posted earlier in the thread. $15/hour isn't happening. The company allowed the IAM on the property in exchange for a short term wage scale....Jump to post
EA CO AS wrote:malaysia wrote:Could Horizon have run the operation?
QX ground handling at LAX was supposedly a trial run to see how it would work at SEA.
Found the contract:
http://www.iammcgee.com/uploads/7/9/9/3 ... ee_cba.pdf
The base rate is $12 and tops out at $13.25 after three years. The RSSA contract starts at $11.05 and tops out at $24.50 after 11 years.
Did McGee really solicit the IAM?
It will be a union shop with a bit better pay, health and limited flight benefits. Hopefully with that, there will be less turnover and increased productivity.
drdisque wrote:They likely don't think it's worth using a money-losing weight restricted CR7 in order to temporarily keep service.
It's also possible that the CR7 would be over-weight for the smaller runway.
My strong suspicion is that this has everything to do with commonality and economies of scale. The market seems to have clearly demonstrated that, indeed, on comparable missions head-to-head, all else being equal, modern A321s are generally better performers than the 737-900ER in a lot of ways. And...Jump to post
Row 4 on the CR7, the first row of Delta Comfort on the CR7 has a pretty substantial amount of legroom, in fact more than the F seats. The seat width is no different, and actually a little bit more narrow since the table is in the armrest. I do find getting Row 4 is worth it since you can actually ...Jump to post
I suppose it kills people that they are not booking the bottom choice but all they have to do is book regular E and your world will be the same nothing changes but there is a subset of people that saved $ 10-20 by not taking a seat assignment or ability to change ticket. Nothing has changed. This p...Jump to post
I don't so much see this as anti-competitive; I see it more as WS protecting the market share they currently have...I hope they actually give AZA a chance first. I agree, and I do think they'll do what they can to make AZA work. Back when he was with AS, Gregg Saretsky told me personally that he sa...Jump to post
DL SLC-COD MAR 2>1.4 APR 2>1.0 MAY 2>1.0 JUN 4>3 JUL 4>3 AUG 4>3 DL SLC-EKO JUN 1.9>1.4 JUL 1.8>1.3 AUG 1.9>1.3 1RT seems thin *DL SLC-GJT MAR 3>1.2 APR 3>0.8 MAY 3>0.9 JUN 3>0.9 JUL 3>0.8 AUG 3>0.9 DL SLC-LWS MAY 2>1.0 JUN 2>1.0 JUL 2>1.0 AUG 2>1.0 The Delta Connection / Skywest OO CRJ-200 flying ...Jump to post
Privatising is a loaded term. For me privatising means for profit. A state owned company, or a state controlled non profit, is not privatising in my books. Correct. The proposal being kicked around is corporatization, not privatization. And it should be noted Congress has been working on this for s...Jump to post
It will be interesting to see how DL responds. Right now, they only have 3 RJ flights per day to BUR. Delta Connection's poor performance is a real soft target. WN should quickly be dominating on SLC-BUR. Delta will basically have two choices: switch to mainline service or drop this route completel...Jump to post
Just for perspective... If the Captain at Skywest is making 80 and the FO at Skywest is making 35...and you double that for DALPA pilots to 160 and 70, you realize that it costs an extra !!!$115!!!! to run the flight per flight hour. Or the equivalent of $1.51 per seat. What are you guys smokin' if...Jump to post
sassiciai wrote:Language police warning!!!!!! "It's" is an abbreviation of "it is", while "its" is a possessive pronoun! Its first flight! It's painted green! There is a difference, and us language police are on patrol.
Like most ANet members, I've largely stopped visiting this website since the redesign, because the design of this website is so annoying now. Were it not for your weekly OAG change reports, I might not visit at all. That suggests that the look of the site is more important to you than the content. ...Jump to post
I miss the feature that collapsed/skipped all the posts I have already read.
It's obnoxious scrolling all the way to the bottom of a multi page thread to get to the links to jump pages within a thread.
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