SWA Pilot union gives away flying!

vixin

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We have to many Koolies on the property. It really is sad. They dont see the forest for the trees. I will be voting no but this turd will pass by 70% or more. Our :puke: NC is a bunch of IDIOTS. The Mechanice, Rampers and I am sure the FA's all got a better raise then us. Our IDIOT NC started with COLA and went down fron there. Brilliant!! Less then COLA to give away our flying. But hey look at that huge retro we will be getting.:puke:
 
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StopNTSing

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I agree 100%, Vixin. If we had NO code-share, I could possibly vote yes on this TA, but 2% raises to give away our future growth? NO F-ING WAY!!! :uzi:
 

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Did'n't SWA Pilots scope out regional flying? Is this article refering to selling seats on another MAJOR Code share, or allowing seats to be operated by or sold to sub-contractors?
 

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just when you think there were not enough 76 seat rjs flying around
 

TV9Driver

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so with the pilots giving away scope provisions, i guess i won't be getting a call for a class date any time soon huh? Or, are there good restrictions in place?
 

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Problem is that for SWA to compete with all of us who have poor scope and lots of RJ's they now need em to.
Vote the thing down. Heck, I would vote it down for a 100% raise. Do not let this camel get in your tent.
 

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Haven't seen the final language yet, but it's all Int'l codeshare. No RJ's and no domestic codeshare of any kind is my understanding. I vote no. Weak contract. We can fly our own metal to Canada/Mexico/Hawaii/Carribbean
 

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so with the pilots giving away scope provisions, i guess i won't be getting a call for a class date any time soon huh? Or, are there good restrictions in place?
The code share is for Int'l only (Mexico, etc). Domestic flying is 100% protected...for now.
 

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Time does not turn bad ideas into good ideas?
 

florida

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it's okay swapa says this is good codeshare just like age 65 was good for the fo's
 

Murphy

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You can put lipstick on a codeshare, it's still codeshare.
 

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My vote is NO...there is a lot of stuff in this contract that is the same that we have now. I am not happy with the product presented. The codeshare language just leaves too many open doors, especially after 2012. My vote is sealed as NO. Lets see if others feel the same way.
 
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