If United goes on strike next Saturday due to the Mechanic's labor issues, and United closes its doors to the tune of 40 mil a day...What are some of the possibilities we may see? If Chapter 11 is filed and United tries to reorganize under that umbrella, all LOA's are mute...correct? ACA and Skywest have been making tons of dollars and I can not see them standing by while United takes a timeout to revamp their internal issues...Air Wiskey is wholey owned correct? ACA for one has opened a partnership with Delta out of Boston and New York and are starting up their charter operations, so they would be running at a 50% capacity. I have no clue as to what Skywest's plans are, but would be curious to hear about them. As far as ACA goes, they fly all of United's regional routes East of Chicago. I am thinking that is a fairly lucrative market. Is there anything out there stopping someone like Delta from entering into an aggreement with ACA and taking their Dulles and Chicago hubs. Effectively, United would be left with no commuter system East of O'Hare, and Delta would have ACA's Chicago, Dulles, New York, and Boston operations.