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    The DaVinci Code for pilots.


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    Guys read, comprehend, and understand. It's not complicated, just break the code. It's been in front of you all this time. Read between the lines, don't be surprise with what is happening. Don't abandon ship, you don't have a problem, management does. They have a staffing problem. You will get a lot of 150%. And flow to AA. Patience. But please, read and understand, and read between the lines.



    The DOJ settlement requires the merged AAG to give up slots at 5 key airports. Boston is one of the airports. The DOJ will allocate the divested slots to Low Cost Carriers. The two gates that AA used in BOS are to be given up.

    BUT, in the agreement between AA and the APA (agreed to prior to the merger) AA was allowed to codeshare with domestic carriers to 50% of its ASMs (Alaska and Hawaiian are not included in the 50%) BUT in the merger MOU with the pilots, the merged entity (new AA) cannot codeshare above 15% of its ASMs. That is a severe restriction and will require the drawdown of "codesharing" with airlines like JetBlue. Alaska and Hawaiian are not included in the 15%.

    The AA/APA contract separates/distinguishes Commuter Air Carriers from Domestic Air Carriers.

    Commuter Air Carriers may only operate aircraft with less than 76 seats and less than 86000 lbs.

    The commuter exemption to the AA/APA contract is based on the operation, by commuter air carriers, of a maximum number of commuter aircraft (76 seats/86000 lbs) based on a percentage of mainline aircraft.

    The Domestic Air Carrier code-share exemption is based on ASMs flown by aircraft bigger than the size limitation of commuter aircraft.


    Settlememt announced by DOJ Do not forget this, from Nov 2013

    Settlement announced by U.S. Department of Justice, and by the airlines.

    The settlement will require American Airlines and US Airways to divest slots and gates at Reagan National Airport near Washington, D.C., and at LaGuardia Airport in New York.

    It also requires the carriers to give up gates at Dallas Love Field, Los Angeles International Airport, Boston Logan Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Miami International Airport.

    For the following route(s), the last day of operations is May 21st.

    DCA-SAN

    For the following route(s), the last day of operations is June 4th.

    DCA-FAY DCA-AGS DCA-VPS DCA-LIT DCA-YUL DCA-NAS DCA-OMA

    For the following route(s), the last day of operations is June 18th.

    DCA-TLH

    For the following route(s), the last day of operations is June 29th.

    DCA-MYR DCA-ILM

    For the following route(s), the last day of operations is July 1st.

    DCA-ISP DCA-MSP DCA-PNS DCA-SAV

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    nice thread.....your point????

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    If I'm reading the code correctly, rearranging the city pairs properly, I come up with:

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