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So...... 9 months and no new Seniority List. Management turds will not acknowledge the fact that the groups can't better the list from the Union.
Actually it wasn’t a Union list, it was a group of 3 Flops pilots and 3 Flex pilots that came up with the fair and equable list.
 

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Actually it wasn’t a Union list, it was a group of 3 Flops pilots and 3 Flex pilots that came up with the fair and equable list.
Held up in a court of law twice for being fair and equitable
 

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Actually it wasn’t a Union list, it was a group of 3 Flops pilots and 3 Flex pilots that came up with the fair and equable list.
Actually that group of six was working at the Union's behest to form the SLI.
 

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Sooooo still waiting on that seniority list RH and KR promised you eh? What a bunch of idiots to believe anything they tell you.. That new pay scale is a joke , the only one benefiting is KR but you f@#ktards voted out the union that was your ONLY avenue of having a level playing field here. Ugh well, I 'm glad I am retiring soon.
 

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If the SLI changes, we will have to see who benefits and who gets hurt. That will expose what is really going on.
 

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Congratulations to the teams that I know worked very hard to come up with the three seniority list options. I chose # 1. All three improved my standing.
 

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65% of original FJ pilots lost seniority given any of the options.
 

DirtyBeech

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Please explain to everybody why there are no proposal for the opposite?
I don’t care why there isn’t a proposal for the opposite. The original list held up in court twice, and now the original FJ pilot group is taking it in the shorts after SLI was used as a boogeyman to vote out the union. Oops.
 
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SDCFI

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Seniority? You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

That ones for you DB!
 

DirtyBeech

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Seniority? You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

That ones for you DB!
As you wish.
 

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Since they've given him the huge headway, will they name his plane? Shouldn't something be said about Runway Fl venture. On another note, wake up exceptional Flex fly pilots. You were sold a gigantic bill of product and now you work for the association we used to laugh at, Flight Options.
 

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From AIN Alerts:



NetJets Takes 100th Citation Latitude

NetJets has taken delivery of its 100th Cessna Citation Latitude, a milestone reached in just three years since the fractional ownership provider first took delivery of the midsize jet in June 2016. The Latitude fleet has become one of the fastest growing in the NetJets livery, and Patrick Gallagher president of sales and marketing, said even more satisfying is every one has been sold to fractional customers.

In 2012 NetJets ordered an initial tranche of 25 Latitudes, with options for up to 125 more. The company has now dipped well into those options—exercising 110 of them with 35 more ordered and to join the fleet over the next year or so. “There’s no slowing down for this airplane,” he said.

The latest delivery increases NetJets’ current Cessna fleet to more than 250 aircraft. NetJets is preparing to add the next Citation model, the Longitude, later this year. The operator placed options for 175 of the super-midsize aircraft during the last NBAA and has exercised options for the first 15. Textron Aviation expects to certify the Longitude in the third quarter and NetJets anticipates taking the first seven by the end of the year.
 

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From AIN Alerts:



NetJets Takes 100th Citation Latitude

NetJets has taken delivery of its 100th Cessna Citation Latitude, a milestone reached in just three years since the fractional ownership provider first took delivery of the midsize jet in June 2016. The Latitude fleet has become one of the fastest growing in the NetJets livery, and Patrick Gallagher president of sales and marketing, said even more satisfying is every one has been sold to fractional customers.

In 2012 NetJets ordered an initial tranche of 25 Latitudes, with options for up to 125 more. The company has now dipped well into those options—exercising 110 of them with 35 more ordered and to join the fleet over the next year or so. “There’s no slowing down for this airplane,” he said.

The latest delivery increases NetJets’ current Cessna fleet to more than 250 aircraft. NetJets is preparing to add the next Citation model, the Longitude, later this year. The operator placed options for 175 of the super-midsize aircraft during the last NBAA and has exercised options for the first 15. Textron Aviation expects to certify the Longitude in the third quarter and NetJets anticipates taking the first seven by the end of the year.
We’re hearing numbers like 200 or more...it’s going to be an enormous fleet. I had not heard the option numbers on the Longitude. I guess they’re anticipating the same sales numbers out of that fleet.
 
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