PTO's NWA Scab Career...

Discussion in 'Delta Air Lines' started by PlayTheOdds, Mar 9, 2006.

  1. Don Smith

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    Can't cut and paste the truth Finman...When you start out short cutting like this clown, PTO, you are already in violation of the regs. It may be easy to manipulate figures and polls but purposely acting against the regs is just plain WRONG.
     
  2. buhbye

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  3. PurduePete

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    The only thing that I like about the IAM's campaign is that it shows without a doubt that they are a scab union.

    I don't know how things are going at NW, and frankly I could care less since I've been on strike for the last 10 months... :angry:

    On the bright side though, there's one less scab working at Northwest now (PTO)... :lol:
     
  4. Kev3188

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    Nothing is actually happening on an official level. Some scab mechanics may be passing out cards, or talking about organizing, but that's it....
     
  5. upsilon

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    Reponding to the prior post, "if you mel the row and tape it off thats one thing but to remove it?"

    CG, did you come up with anything (or did I miss it)?
     
  6. CSAR GYRENE

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    not yet...to many other Irons in the fire...will try later.
     
  7. CSAR GYRENE

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    There is nothing in the MEL regarding the removal of an ENTIRE row of seats. If, for whatever reason it must be done, a W and B recalculation must be accomplished.
     
  8. AP Tech

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    Thanks CSAR!! I figured as much, just PTO talking out of his A** again.
     
  9. PurduePete

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    According to finman:

    [/quote]The flight schedule for 2006 is only down about 8-9% from 2004, so I'd hardly call that a "massively" reduced schedule.
     
  10. Hackman

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    Pete,

    No matter what you show finny, his omnipotent ego and bean counter mind set will disregard it. Remember, Dougie told him the Scab Air operation is "flawless". :ph34r:

    You'll have better luck mud wrestling a 500lb sow. :rolleyes:
     
  11. finman

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    I was providing a YOY full year comparison (2004 actual vs 2006 actual/forecast) to provide a "big picture" view of the change in flight schedule. I didn't use 2005 as the baseline due to the pulldown in late 2005 that would skew the YOY comparison. Also, I used block hours rather than departures, so that will cause my decrease to be slightly smaller due to increased int'l flying during that period.
     

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