- Nov 21, 2005
- Total Time
No one can confirm the quantity of airframes or how the staffing will work until the official announcement comes out before the 15th of April. I have heard an announcement is imminent by that date, until they change it again. However, a few months ago there was a handful (8-12) unsecured 900 airframes from a failed European startup that were never delivered, and then went off the map, meaning they were sent somewhere else. No idea if those are them, but the time line fits the theory.Can you confirm how many planes they're flying out there? I've heard anywhere from 4 to 10 900s. Still taking 40 pilots? Capts only?
*cough* *cough* loser *cough* get laid *cough*It will never happen. The wussies at SKYW will not do anything to benefit ASA pilots, they will just continue to get a free ride. The only way ALPA will wind up there is with 50% of the vote-and those guys have demonstrated that they don't care about anyone but themselves-twice.
-ALPA will not waste a dime on another drive for at least 10 years.