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Yuppyguppy

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I'm saying loss of 550 million. Lots of excuses but "good cost control" and "synergies" created by CAL ATI. Execution on capacity constraint and cuts and all the other management bull$hit rhetoric.
 
$350M for the quarter but that's not the issue here. What is Larry doing behind the scenes to try and facilitate a merger/buyout/asset buyout is. I have no ill will towards anyone at UAL; I just don't want any part of them at CAL or what will be the remainder of CAL.
 
funny a day before the quarterly earnings we get this pleasant email to the pilot group:



July 20, 2009

To: United Pilots

From: MEC Communications

Re: Sick Leave Numbers

As you know, as part of the resolution of the United v. ALPA lawsuit the Company shares sick leave data with us on a daily basis. The current numbers are very high, well above plan, and if they continue, operations may be impacted. We wish to reiterate that under the contract, sick leave is only to be used when a pilot is in fact sick, and we encourage pilots to assist if called upon in order to maintain operations.


UFB.

SKIPPY
 
funny a day before the quarterly earnings we get this pleasant email to the pilot group:



July 20, 2009

To: United Pilots

From: MEC Communications

Re: Sick Leave Numbers

As you know, as part of the resolution of the United v. ALPA lawsuit the Company shares sick leave data with us on a daily basis. The current numbers are very high, well above plan, and if they continue, operations may be impacted. We wish to reiterate that under the contract, sick leave is only to be used when a pilot is in fact sick, and we encourage pilots to assist if called upon in order to maintain operations.


UFB.

SKIPPY


WOW! YGTBFSM. Just reading that makes me sick and want to vomit.
 
and i just spoke to glen tilton and he says it will be a 355 million loss give or take a mil.


UFB

raise the GD ticket prices and screw your "market Share" theories

SKIPPY
 
WOW! YGTBFSM. Just reading that makes me sick and want to vomit.

Maybe that was the idea. Then you'll be legitimately sick and can burn your sick bank. Can't take it with you, might as well use it.
 
read that ual has 2.5 billion in cash and about 1 billion due on debt over the next twelve months. won't leave a lot left over to loose.
 
I'm saying loss of 550 million. Lots of excuses but "good cost control" and "synergies" created by CAL ATI. Execution on capacity constraint and cuts and all the other management bull$hit rhetoric.

bla bla bla same as every other airline.
 

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