Looks like at AMF we are losing some and gaining a few. Our CVG base looks like it's going to take it on the chin-big time.texan1 said:Whats the deal with DHL not telling anyone what is happining to the feeder routes until the day of the change..
T-Gates said:I don't know how much Union Flights has in S. California, but ACC has only been awarded SMX-ONT-SMX and SBA-ONT-SBA so far. They have also picked up PSC-PDX-PSC and EUG-PDX-EUG.
Thanks for telling me who ACC are, I did not say that they were whoring themselves out at all, that is an erroneous assumption on your part.T-Gates said:Whoa there....
ACC is Air Cargo Carriers...Shorts 330's and 360's.
Now where do you get off thinking that ACC is whoring them selves out? I worked there, they ran the operation well and MX was good. Why do you think that ACC's service will be any less than what AMF was providing? You didn't even know who they were!
Care to clarify for me?
TheDogsBollocks said:Thanks for telling me who ACC are, I did not say that they were whoring themselves out at all, that is an erroneous assumption on your part.
I have no issue with the quality of service that ACC may or may not provide but, I also do not know where they are based and this may be an issue with providing the customer another aircraft if their primary aircraft breaks down. They all do in this business regardless of company.
One of the strenghs of AMF from a customer perspective if the availabiity of a backup aircraft to be utilized on the spot if one breaks down, does ACC have the capabiity to provide such an option if ACC's corporate headquarters or mx
base is far from the point of service (like AMF trying to service a client in Alaska with one aircraft with it's closest mx base in BFI)?
Feathersword said:Typical Ameriflight scallywag!!
That mentality, combined with all their single-pilot experience, is usually the reason they do so poorly when they go somewhere else!!
Shiver me timbers, somethings never change!!