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  1. Short-term, fine...but long term? How much...

    Short-term, fine...but long term?

    How much would temporary scope relief save the company...maybe 100 million over the next year? What about the other 40 billion? Long term major scope changes...
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    Depends on what is considered “politically...

    Depends on what is considered “politically creative and different” and what he he means by “going forward”. Whatever APA agrees to, the pilots must as well. I haven’t heard of any givebacks by United...
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    LMAO’d this A.M. watching the griftmeister...

    LMAO’d this A.M. watching the griftmeister getting reamed on APC for trying to sell his B.S. there. Flow to restart this Fall?

    LOL!
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    Cherry-picking info that you prefer to support...

    Cherry-picking info that you prefer to support your position. Fine, as long as you are confident it is reality and are willing to end up worse off if it turns out not to be. Is AA "doomed". I don't...
  5. Thread: Would Doug

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    It's my understanding that has been said of you...

    It's my understanding that has been said of you when seen waddling down the terminal. Dallas or Miami, it makes no difference.
  6. Thread: Would Doug

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    Thank you for that...best news I've gotten all...

    Thank you for that...best news I've gotten all day!




    You and Sloosky run on the same fuel? Congrats. As for your claim of any "differences" in my statements, I'm confident basic research will...
  7. Thread: Would Doug

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    A one-trick pony and a swayback nag at that.

    A one-trick pony and a swayback nag at that.
  8. Thread: Would Doug

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    I see nothing wrong with your intoxication of...

    I see nothing wrong with your intoxication of being at AA. I too experienced that feeling that I had “made it”. But, I think flows are at risk for serious disappointment if they choose to live in...
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    You told us nothing, because you knew nothing....

    You told us nothing, because you knew nothing. You only have your ear “close to the ground” because you’re in the bag all the time. My understanding is these pilots were being paid already and will...
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    Lets not forget the government is footing AAs...

    Lets not forget the government is footing AAs labor costs right now. If that stops in October, its a totally different situation and AA begins hemorrhaging money much faster.
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    One opinion. Many others are bearish. Some things...

    One opinion. Many others are bearish. Some things are consistent and reliable though, such as you seeing only what you want to see and still having posted nothing of substance.
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    Should their liquidity drop to a certain level,...

    Should their liquidity drop to a certain level, it will matter little if they want to avoid it. They more they borrow or use as collateral, they higher the debt. The higher the debt, the longer it...
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    Sticky: You’re right, I should’t have used those words. I...

    You’re right, I should’t have used those words. I should have stated that “AA rarely leads, it usually follows.”. Sometimes it has been a leader, for example in such areas as acquired debt and bad...
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    Yes, the “King” of TalkAirline you are. You on...

    Yes, the “King” of TalkAirline you are. You on cocktail #6 or #7 now?
  15. Thread: Climbing Out

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    I’ll let the audience decide who is full of...

    I’ll let the audience decide who is full of crapola. Actually, by that metric, I think the vote is already in. In fact, reviewing APC, it looks like you’re #2 among us there too...and I don’t even...
  16. Thread: Climbing Out

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    I understand your point from a theoretical...

    I understand your point from a theoretical standpoint. Actually, that could have been asserted even more convincingly years ago when some Eagle pilots existed on both seniority lists simultaneously....
  17. Thread: Climbing Out

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    NMB determination and award of AA and Eagle (the...

    NMB determination and award of AA and Eagle (the other separate three wholly-owned subsidiaries of AAG) IMO would require more integration that what is at present across multiple employee groups. The...
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    This was exactly one of my points regarding the...

    This was exactly one of my points regarding the byproduct of a geographical event like this. But let’s face it, most Envoy pilots who were foaming at the mouth to be AA pilot number 15,000+ soon...
  19. Thread: Climbing Out

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    Looks like Parker’s strategy is to deploy more...

    Looks like Parker’s strategy is to deploy more RJ’s in the load-factor challenged Summer of 2020. Considering this will be a major factor for quite awhile, Envoy will capitalize on that, so that’s...
  20. Thread: New Bid AA

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    You have yet to make a single post of substance.

    You have yet to make a single post of substance.
  21. Thread: Climbing Out

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    Mental illness is indeed a tragedy.

    Mental illness is indeed a tragedy.
  22. Thread: New Bid AA

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    It looks like at present, AA will not need to...

    It looks like at present, AA will not need to flow any pilots for at least 18 months with attrition hopefully minimizing or possibly even preventing furloughs. But, it's clear Delta and United have a...
  23. Thread: New Bid AA

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    Right now, it looks like 10-15% is the range of...

    Right now, it looks like 10-15% is the range of long-term fleet retirement and parking the A330-200’s. That would be something like 100+ planes. Clearly there is a massive disconnect between...
  24. Thread: New Bid AA

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    Additional retirements over the next year will...

    Additional retirements over the next year will trim another thousand off the present pilot cadre (12,500 now to 11,000 next Summer), thus the optimism in the staffing situation which may or may not...
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    Yup. Another swing and a miss for the forum clown.

    Yup. Another swing and a miss for the forum clown.
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