At UA there are over 340 737s in the fleet, only 14 are MAX 9s. The blizzard in Denver is affecting the operation far more than the MAX grounding.
IPOd for $480 in 2002, bought back for $70 in 2015. Brilliant!
What does that leave for Express flying out of CLE?
Just an FYI, Mainline pilots can’t Jumpseat on any of their regional carriers international either.
Is this just a strategic move to eliminate GoJets? That would leave SkyWest, Mesa and Republic as the only big players in the 70+ Seat regional...
Not sure about the staffing part, but the aircraft will be the remaining 7 EV 145XRs.
It’s not natrowbodies that changes the 76-seat limit, it’s small narrowbodies such as the E195 and CS-300. They can order all the 737s and A320s...
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Is the pass rate getting better after they got through the original flow-through pilots?
The P.I.G.s can all hold A320, 737 or 756 Captain making at minimum $264/hr. So they ended up OK...
Republic doesn’t have any 50-seat aircraft and United is maxed out on large RJs.
Air Wisconsin’s headquarters remained in Appleton the whole time they were primarily East Coast based and PSA’s is still in Dayton. Hell,...
If you continue to read, its because they are still paying the debt for the construction of the D Concourse in 1999.
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