|Quoting EI912 (Reply 3):|
I would guess it could be the SNN based crews, which might do SNN-JFK and then BOS-SNN as they run 4W and 3W respectively. I imagine it would be cheaper to deadhead than pay for a full 24hrs extra layover expenses.
|Quoting bobloblaw (Reply 4):|
Why aren't they flying JFK-BOS instead of LGA?
|Quoting ein105 (Reply 7):|
Jetblues JFK-BOS would make more sense
|Quoting HarpandShamrock (Reply 10):|
Of course, some would question why EI still maintain a crew base at SNN for 1 320 and for half a year 1 330
|Quoting Fly2yyz (Reply 15):|
Don't know about foreign airlines within Canada/US, but TS and WG both deadhead crews within Europe on a regular basis using several airlines from many different points all over Europe.
|Quoting matt (Reply 16):|
I worked as an FA for Nationair (way back when) and then TS and remember deadheading quite a lot within Europe on different airlines.
|Quoting Fly2yyz (Reply 18):|
Hope this response enlightens you all a bit into the crazy, weird and wonderful world of crew duty's... of course, each country has different rules, and each airline has their own policies, so it's different everywhere.
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