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    Reality - Deflation and a fare market

    Mags you are wrong:[BR][BR][FONT face=Arial size=5]Items Banned by 1994 Airline Rules[/FONT] [FONT face=Geneva,Arial,sans-serif size=2][BR]Monday November 11, 2002 7:40 PM[/FONT] [P][FONT face=Geneva,Arial,sans-serif size=2] [P]Items listed in a 1994 airline industry manual that passengers...
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    Your BZE comparasion is ludicrous, I am talking about 27 US mainline stations, do you not understand every single one of the 279+ airplanes must have a daily check accomplished before the end of the day by a US Airways mechanic at a mainline station. and you need to post truthful information...
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    Reality - Deflation and a fare market

    [Wind Up Deleted] Can you not fathom the fact the IAM has not met with the company to discuss revisiting concessions? You baffle me by constantly posting false facts that you have nothing to do with and no clue of what is taking place. I personally saw three of our negotiatiors today here in...
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    Southwest's fleet is young, they are bringing in more work in house, one fleet type and Tramco is a decent MRO.[BR][BR]A couple of years back Vangaurd returned five 737-200's that were on lease to US, Vangaurd sent the airplanes to COPESA in Costa Rica, for the C check, metrojet reconfiguration...
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    We use to do third party work for Air South, America West, the Hornets and Challenge Air Cargo, but management messed that up too!
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    Thursday''s Rumors?

    TPA maintenance check is 493 not 431, one of the bays will not be empty for long, CLT is getting a line of Airbus narrowbody cockpit door mods.
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    There are only 27 stations out of 200 that have a barebone staffing of mechanic and related for r&d and other duties. And there are sufficient mechanics on duty for repairs and the majority of repair work is done at the hubs and on third shift.
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    Dreaming - idea

    Fokker is still in business for it parts, are they not? [BR][BR][A href=http://www.fokkerservices.com/Overview/CompanyProfile/Comp0001.htm]http://www.fokkerservices.com/Overview/CompanyProfile/Comp0001.htm[/A][BR][BR] Company Profile[A...
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    Thursday''s Rumors?

    jetBlue will not be taking over the Tampa hangar, you people amaze me:[BR][BR][FONT color=#ff0000]EADS[/FONT] contract Preview: [FONT color=#ff0000]EADS[/FONT] signs $10M work contract [FONT color=#ff0000]EADS[/FONT] Aeroframe Services has signed a five-year contract to maintain [FONT...
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    Thursday''s Rumors?

    There is no room for anymore shops in CLT
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    Reality - Deflation and a fare market

    Bob, take a prozac, if you don't like it don't fly and CEO's have no morals in business in any industry. I hope you don't cause an air rage incident!
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    There are only 27 maintenance stations out of over 200 cities where we fly. If you knew how you operated getting rid of R&D would not cause that many job losses because every airplane every day has to have required checks done by a us airways mechanic, there are ETOPS procedures that must be...
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    US is bringing in more work because it is cost effective and we do a better job then a contract mechanic and the sabre tech A&Ps were found innocent and did not even lose their license.[BR][BR]Does WN send mechanics to all the component vendors also? [BR][BR] [P][SPAN class=t]Southwest Airlines...
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    Reality - Deflation and a fare market

    Chip Chip Chip, there you go again: According to the ALPA MEC Chairman, the Company has said publicly that if it doesn’t meet those conditions, it stands the risk of losing the loan, and [FONT style=BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffff00]has made a formal request to all US Airways labor groups in an...
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    IAM/AMFA-WHOIS THE BEST?

    [BR]----------------[BR]On 11/21/2002 3:58:04 PM N628AU wrote: Boof,[BR][BR]Your response to JonC is the same one you gave me on another thread, which I promptly showed all the failings of, and now you come back with the same tired arguement. Yes, you are technically correct in that the NLRB...
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    Reality - Deflation and a fare market

    PineyBob, I am insulted, not one rank and file employee went before Congress to get handouts, it was the CEOs, bob, in my industry there has been over 100,000 employees laid off, not one CEO was fired, and at Boeing there have been 30,000 layoffs and another 5,000 announced today.
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    US Airways Gets Lender, Bronner comments on UAL, & United Wins Pay Cuts

    Chip you back peddle too much, comments from your posts: [FONT style=BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffff00]The company is in negotiation with its unions on productivity and retirement changes that may need to be completed by December 9, [/FONT]which is the date the airline intends to submit its final Plan...
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    US Airways Gets Lender, Bronner comments on UAL, & United Wins Pay Cuts

    When your own union disavows you it is a problem.
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    U.S. Airline Industry Must `Restructure or Die,'' Aviation Week & Space Technology Reports

    Bwi has a large originating population CLT does not, it is the smallest of all the three hubs in regards to originating traffic, it is a connecting hub.
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    IAM/AMFA-WHOIS THE BEST?

    Steiner you also fail to mention that since amfa does not have districts the members of the local vote on wether to spend the money arbitrate a case, so if a members is not well liked and his case has merits the local can vote not to send it to arbitration.