ASA's Brasilias to fly again!

FlyinT

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When Skywest bought ASA the remaining 'unsold' Brasilia's in Hot Springs, AR went with the sale. ASA had been selling the airplanes for roughly a million per aircraft. With the price of jet fuel these days and assets ready to be put back on line....how long before Skywest has some Alpha Sierra tailnumbers flying around the west? Oh, and then there is American Eagle flying out on the west coast for Delta Connection. Hey, Perfect place for some 'extra' Brasilias...Blue Skies and Tailwinds.
 

Dave Benjamin

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Rumor has it they will be placing all the extra EMB's in PDX and expanding the base.

A guy can dream....right???
 
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viper548

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Wouldn't be hard to find volunteers to move to PDX
 

flyjumpseat

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FlyinT said:
When Skywest bought ASA the remaining 'unsold' Brasilia's in Hot Springs, AR went with the sale.
There has been no mention of Brasilia's that I've seen or heard yet. Can anyone confirm? How many? Tail numbers? Etc.?
 

fyeo777

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This is not true, heard from ASA sources that Delta is now the owner of the EMB's and all the spare parts on hand. These aircraft were not included in the sale
 

flyinlow67

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There are at least a dozen of them down there last week when I was through there.
 
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