Discussion in 'The Pipe' started by Zero-G, May 15, 2014.
Good luck and thanks for the updates through the years.
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Aren't we already below half our peak?
I should have known it was you, Red. Makes sense now. Good luck in ALB! Say hey to Lumpy and Bobby for me.
I show us at 133 ERJs (I think I may have a 3 plane discrepancy in my XR list). How many did we start with?
My understanding is that we had 274 at our peak.
AND a cabin trainer!!!!!
****. So we're gonna be losing about 20 a month.
We are until we don't.
Anybody have a current update on how many A/C are online as of 7/2/2017?? thanks
78 LRs, 44 XRs and 5 135s. Total fleet count of 127 A/C.
According to the September 2017 Skywest Investor update, pages 3 & 5, we will be down to 100 ERJ145s.
So much for the August 9th 126 aircraft UAL CPA extension...
Hmm, I wonder what gives with that December 2018 outlook reading only 100 145s? SGU smoke and mirrors, perhaps?
Why upgrade 110 pilots then with the current bid? Maybe they are using Jethro math methods (Ref Beverly Hillillies).
I counted 110 aircraft on the flow board today. 40 XR, 67 LR, and 3 SLJ. 95 with active schedules and 15 in long-term MX. I assume the 15 are either C-check or lease return.
Ending up at ~100 by EOY sounds about right. And even the 95 that are active are not very productive. Nothing close to the 12 hrs per day utilization we used to strive for in the COEX days.
I see a new tail number in ALB and hear that there is another one coming from IAH next week. How many are planes are still left at XJT?
Last I checked we were down to 107.
...and we are done parking planes for the foreseeable future. But since there is no future to see at XJT, that doesn’t get you very far.
Correction: we have 3 SJs going offline soon. That is all.
190 came to ALB last week, 169 arrived yesterday.
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