|Quoting 9lflyguy (Thread starter):|
I was curious to know how often if any does this happen? With multiple regional airlines flying out of the major hubs for the Majors, do we ever see regional swaps? Like lets say regional A can't complete flight number XXXX does or has a major ever asked another regional. say regional airline B, to step in a fly that route to keep the the system flowing? Have any of you experienced this?
|Quoting ericm2031 (Reply 4):|
Just curious, I know some regionals have spare aircraft with no carrier-specific liveries on them so they can be used as spares for whatever legacy they need it for. Are they still doing this for any newer birds? I see them a lot on CRJ200s but never see them on anything else.
|Quoting bhmdiversion (Reply 7):|
Not true at ALL. Delta, United, and American have one GOM for training all aircraft types for ground handling. You are not fully signed off until the plane is there and your witnesses by that trainer as your proficient in what to do.
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