^ Not bumming it any more
- Apr 17, 2002
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Where in all of this do you see a specific reference to Comair losing aircraft? Yes I would imagine they would lose some CRJ-100/200's but this letter does not specify type.RJ Bum said:
spinproof said:"Regrettably, we cannot afford to retain all the aircraft currently in the Delta and
Comair fleets at their current rates, nor will we require the use of all aircraft
currently in the fleets. "
"at their current rates" is the weasel phrase I was referring to! Which in my mind suggest restructuring payments. Your headline suggest something entirely different. There is no specifications listed in the above reference.
Thats not to say it won't eventually be so!
MedFlyer said:I think its almost a given that DL will cut the number of Comair CRJ's. I think the announcement of the cuts at CVG last week should have made that very clear. There's no way DL will reduce Comair flying by 5,000 hours and still keep the same number of planes.
Ameriagle said:A recent article in AIN, written by Gregory Polek, on the aquisition of ASA by Skywest makes the statement that 40 CRJ's currently operated by ASA are on Comair's books and are actually leased by ASA! I am just wondering (if it is true) how this may in fact impact ASA/Skywest down the line once Comair starts unloading airframes? I'm assuming the notes on these aircraft would be transfered and may account for some of the reductions mentioned.
UM#1 said:RJ Bum said:I also agree, even though management told us they will keep them on property by reducing A/C usage a day.Thats what what they told us at ATA about 2 months before I got my furlough letter and watched 737-8's leave for parking in the desert......
Well that's encouraging..... Good luck to everyone.