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Chautauqua in SLC?

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Jun 17, 2005
Regional Hub Manager for Operations in Salt Lake City, Utah with Delta.

Under supervision, this individual will oversee the Hub operation and assist as needed in the Coordination/Communication of daily flight operations to increase quality of customer service, performance and the overall operation. Education or training in Travel/Tourism plus at least one year experience as an airline customer service agent. Knowledge of/experience in: Deltamatic reservation system, international ticketing and fare basis, and aeronautical radio communications. Position located at the Salt Lake City. Must have permanent work authorization to work in the U.S.

To Apply: Apply online, fax resume to 317-484-4747 or email Word attachment to [email protected]

Look at the email address.
Mazatlan, Mexico. I think you will also have a few E170s a day from Columbus and maybe Indy.

Bye Bye--General Lee
Cant wait to hear the mexican controllers call us shuttlecraft


Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhutlequaf maintain ninerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr thousand

Never flown into Mexico but after listening to Aero Mexico talk going into ORD and the thread on here of mexican controllers calling you Jetlink (in their own words)

I imagine thats what its going to sound like
I think we need to flush Shuttlecraft and get a new callsign.

(P.S. I don't give this 2 reply's to get a flamebait callsign suggestion)

Well, traditionally, it has been "Sh*t-Hole Craft."

How 'bout "ShuttleCrash"? Or maybe "ShudderCrash"?

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