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Discussion in 'American Airlines' started by conehead777, Feb 15, 2017.
you should be worried about your own union’s problems $20 million is a lot to be concerned with.
You should be worried about your own industry...
Why bother going to DC when you sit in some other room the size of a closet waiting for an update, it seems like they could do that over the phone. Aside of going there, just so you can say you're there I dont see the point. If I'm wrong and he has somehow gotten into "the room" let me know.
Sounds like a management problem to me?
Nice try. Now go fetch Sito another Latte.
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But it’s ok when he calls people morons etc...?
It's a figure of speech dude. Get over it. Moron, idiot, dum a$$, it's all a figure of speech. Been doing it for 16 years on here. You have some very thin skin if you can not handle the razzles.
Is anyone hearing the same on the mechanics side? Rumors, rumors, rumors, ya just gotta love em. LOL
Yes it's true. My source told me the same thing. Alfred my union buddy aka Alfred E. Newman has never been wrong.
Although it will entail absolutely nothing, I guess we wait for the update on Fri.?
The Friday following Thanksgiving asking the members if their Thanksgiving was festive and joyful?
Yeah, what that dumb dumb said. (just kidding)
Big load of work coming soon on the 737 cowlings. FAA pushed Boeing to beef up the engine cowlings. That's plenty of work for a few years. Think it will be done inhouse?
I read an article that only addressed beefing up the inlet cowling by Boeing, did you hear anything about CFM having to address the engine fan case? Regardless you are correct, Boeing has it"s hands full right now so doing the work in house could be a plus-plus for both Boeing and maintenance. Plus a big job like that would also be a great training tool for hundreds of new hires in Tulsa from some of our great structure guys who are getting close to retirement. But that makes too much sense.