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    Rumor is the 20 E175 announced heading to Compass, now will go to Envoy.
    So, are all 60(entire firm order) coming to Envoy? Was this an announcement bluff? And the original plan all along was all 60 at Envoy?




    Ft. WORTH, Texas, Dec. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- American Airlines, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group Inc. , announced today that it has signed agreements with Bombardier Inc. and Embraer S.A. to purchase 90 new 76-seat regional jets. Consistent with American's Plan of Reorganization and Merger Agreement, these aircraft will provide much improved economics redfor the airline as they will replace smaller, less efficient 50-seat regional aircraft scheduled for retirement.

    "It's been an exciting week for American Airlines," said Kenji Hashimoto, senior vice president Regional Carriers. "Now that we've closed our merger with US Airways, we can deliver a top-tier regional product that offers a First Class cabin, Main Cabin Extra and in-flight Wi-Fi important elements of an improved flying experience for our customers. These new regional jets are also a big win for our employees at our regional subsidiary, and will greatly improve economic efficiencies by lowering operating costs."

    American has firm orders for 30 Bombardier CRJ900 NextGen aircraft, with options for up to 40 more. The CRJ900s will have 12 First Class, 32 Main Cabin Extra and 32 Main Cabin seats, and the firm order of CRJ900 aircraft will be operated on behalf of American by PSA Airlines, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of US Airways. American expects to begin taking delivery of the CRJ900s in the second quarter of 2014.

    American also has firm orders for 60 Embraer E175 type aircraft with options for up to 90 more. They will feature 12 First Class, 20 Main Cabin Extra and 44 Main Cabin seats, and American expects to begin taking delivery in the first quarter of 2015. The company will determine which regional carrier will fly the E175s at a later date. Both the CRJ900 and the E175 will fly in the American Eagle livery.
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    What? Compass already has them. As usual you are late to the party again.

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    I've heard that rumor too, but my understanding is cpz's contract for those 20 175s is for 4 years and there is an option to extend. How many years is the extension and whose option is that?, (aa's or cpz's) i do not know.
    if we're talking about possibly getting 20 a/c back 4 years down the road, it's not very exciting news. by that time regionals will be in such a struggle for new pilots that the potential, returning 20 175s will likely only replace retiring 145s.

    nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downwind View Post
    What? Compass already has them. As usual you are late to the party again.
    Glad they do have them all by now...
    Here is the AAG Embraer ERJ 175LR
    Purchase Agreement.
    2Q2015

    Tail #. Schedule Month of
    Delivery

    N206NN. July 2015
    N207AN. July 2015
    N208AN. July 2015
    N209NN. August 2015
    N210NN. August 2015
    N211NN. August 2015
    N212NN. September 2015
    N213NN. September 2015
    N214NN. September 2015

    Appraised Value at
    $29,606,667
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    Rumor is the 20 E175 announced heading to Compass, now will go to Envoy.
    So, are all 60(entire firm order) coming to Envoy? Was this an announcement bluff? And the original plan all along was all 60 at Envoy?




    Ft. WORTH, Texas, Dec. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- American Airlines, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group Inc. , announced today that it has signed agreements with Bombardier Inc. and Embraer S.A. to purchase 90 new 76-seat regional jets. Consistent with American's Plan of Reorganization and Merger Agreement, these aircraft will provide much improved economics redfor the airline as they will replace smaller, less efficient 50-seat regional aircraft scheduled for retirement.

    "It's been an exciting week for American Airlines," said Kenji Hashimoto, senior vice president Regional Carriers. "Now that we've closed our merger with US Airways, we can deliver a top-tier regional product that offers a First Class cabin, Main Cabin Extra and in-flight Wi-Fi important elements of an improved flying experience for our customers. These new regional jets are also a big win for our employees at our regional subsidiary, and will greatly improve economic efficiencies by lowering operating costs."

    American has firm orders for 30 Bombardier CRJ900 NextGen aircraft, with options for up to 40 more. The CRJ900s will have 12 First Class, 32 Main Cabin Extra and 32 Main Cabin seats, and the firm order of CRJ900 aircraft will be operated on behalf of American by PSA Airlines, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of US Airways. American expects to begin taking delivery of the CRJ900s in the second quarter of 2014.

    American also has firm orders for 60 Embraer E175 type aircraft with options for up to 90 more. They will feature 12 First Class, 20 Main Cabin Extra and 44 Main Cabin seats, and American expects to begin taking delivery in the first quarter of 2015. The company will determine which regional carrier will fly the E175s at a later date. Both the CRJ900 and the E175 will fly in the American Eagle livery.
    That article is dated 2013

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    Supposedly Neider was heard saying that we are going to get the 20 from Compass at some point. Anyone know when their contract is up?

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    Ahh yes. Neider. The voice of reason. HR department told me AA plans to hire 800 pilots next year. Means that 360-400 will be eagle guys. However, planning is just that. It's like seeing, when feasible, or every effort will be made, in a contract. Means nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EGF View Post
    Ahh yes. Neider. The voice of reason. HR department told me AA plans to hire 800 pilots next year. Means that 360-400 will be eagle guys. However, planning is just that. It's like seeing, when feasible, or every effort will be made, in a contract. Means nothing.
    Sort of like the flow, 20 awards per month...how many actually flow to AA every month. It's all an illusion.
    Or a pool with a back-up pool. But every month you will see the same canned HI6. Keep track of the numbers, for planning purposes.
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    You need to learn 'Merican math. We mean half of what we say, and say half of what we mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EGF View Post
    You need to learn 'Merican math. We mean half of what we say, and say half of what we mean.
    LOL! That will make Trump's wall as tall as a hurdle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schmuck View Post
    Supposedly Neider was heard saying that we are going to get the 20 from Compass at some point. Anyone know when their contract is up?
    CPZ is a 6 year contract, with (I'm told) escape clauses for both sides.

    TSA is a 2 year contract

    XJT is a 4 year contract
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo665 View Post
    CPZ is a 6 year contract, with (I'm told) escape clauses for both sides.

    TSA is a 2 year contract

    XJT is a 4 year contract
    i thought XJT was 2 yrs and tsa was 4?

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