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UAL Retirement numbers

fracflyer

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Don't know if everyone has seen this, but I just noticed that they've finally put a formal list of age 60 retirements on the ALPA website (sign-in required).

2004 142
2005 240
2006 282
2007 285
2008 248
2009 236
2010 207
2011 176
2012 241
2013 250
2014 248
2015 281
2016 336
2017 311
2018 386
2019 362
2020 465
2021 513
2022 524
2023 581
2024 585
2025 550
2026 580
2027 412
2028 297
2029 196
2030 153
2031 103
2032 68
2033 58
2034 40
2035 17
2036 9

Looks like things don't really pick up until about 2020! Without any growth all those furloughed should be back no later than 2013 :) Of course, these are only the age 60 retirements. The actual numbers will be larger.

Good luck
 

Andy

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I had posted this:

AGE 60 NUMBERS - 7-22-03 Seniority List
These were hand computed, so some errors may have occurred. For 2003, I counted everyone who was born in 1943; 2010 everyone born in 1950, etc.

2003 31
2004 134
2005 231
2006 274
2007 276
2008 249
2009 234
2010 187

On this thread a while back: http://forums.flightinfo.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=25438&perpage=25&pagenumber=2


My numbers were slightly lower, but they were hand computed. With mortalities, medicals, etc, the actual retirement numbers will be higher.

Let's not forget that the airline is currently bare bones manned and should be recalling pilots prior to the summer travel season. The number of block hours flown should also increase significantly upon emergence from chap 11, assuming a recovering economy.
With approx 7000 pilots still on property, for each 1% growth in mainline flying there should be an additional 70 pilots recalled.
 
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