Might want to check that SLC-CVG run!BlackPilot628 said:
I haven't seen anything about CVG to SLC. Nope.BlackPilot628 said:
That was a wonderful statement. We know pay cuts are coming, and so did the 200 guys who retired today. The company supposedly has a plan in or out of Chap 11, and a lot of it involves more INTL flying where the LCCs don't fly. Some of our older planes will probably be parked, and also more than 100 50 seat RJs---supposedly. So, the DCI pilots may not be very happy either. It will be a wild ride.Popeye0537 said:"Im sure the main line guys will love you for doing SLC-CVG.... Have fun with that one."
Mainline aint gonna like $hit when D files for BK....
Russ said:"Some of our older planes will probably be parked, and also more than 100 50 seat RJs---supposedly. So, the DCI pilots may not be very happy either. It will be a wild ride"
Sounds like we will be competing for the greeter job at WalMart there Gen.
As far as the 170 routing, not outside the realm to see them going hub to hub, DCI been at it for awhile.
Two out of three aint bad, dude inform thyself prior to posting.BlackPilot628 said:
ASA used to fly the late night DFW-ATL flight (well late night for Dallas anyway)... I did that flight many times. It was easily half nonrevs and commuting pilots/FAs.General Lee said:I will be cleaning the lavs at Wallmart, thank you. And as far as the E170s going from hub to hub, maybe. I think Comair had a super late night CRJ flying from CVG to ATL once, probably with nonrevs. Most of the flights between major hubs connects many passengers to the regional feed at each airport. Our planes flying from CVG to SLC connect many people onto SkyWest/ASA and onto Montana, etc. The flights from SLC to ATL connect many many passengers to flights to FLA and beyond. Get it? Maybe an early early 5am fliight or maybe a 7pm flight arriving at CVG at 1am---but nothing prime time.