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    Ya and how does one go about doing that with a MEC that won’t do a thing?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleFlight2369 View Post
    Ya and how does one go about doing that with a MEC that won’t do a thing?!
    Get a group of guys together, hire a lawyer, and sue. At some point ALPA will jump in and fight it too, since if they didn’t and you win they’ll face a DFR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo665 View Post
    Get a group of guys together, hire a lawyer, and sue. At some point ALPA will jump in and fight it too, since if they didn’t and you win they’ll face a DFR
    5-7 years to run through the legal process and cost at least high 5 to low 6 figures. Considering the apathy present in this pilot group, I can’t see this becoming a consideration from a realistic standpoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    5-7 years to run through the legal process and cost at least high 5 to low 6 figures. Considering the apathy present in this pilot group, I can’t see this becoming a consideration from a realistic standpoint.
    never said it would be easy. However, my bet is when faced with the possibility of an injunction turning off their precious recruiting tool that a solution would be found quickly. Unfortunately, I don't see the current pilot group willing to tolerate short term pain for long term gain.
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    Class 18-14 (July 10, 2018)
    28 Pilots
    04 LAX/FO/320/I
    05 LGA/FO/320/D
    15 MIA/FO/737/I
    04 PHL/FO/190/I
    06 Military Background
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    03 Other Airline
    ## Regional Partners (16 Envoy 00 Piedmont 05 PSA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Lucky View Post
    Class 18-14 (July 10, 2018)
    28 Pilots
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    05 LGA/FO/320/D
    15 MIA/FO/737/I
    04 PHL/FO/190/I
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    ## Regional Partners (16 Envoy 06 Piedmont 05 PSA)
    There were no Piedmonsters in that class. - source 2 pilots in that class.

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    Anyone know the hire date/initials of the most junior person to flow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toliptihs View Post
    Anyone know the hire date/initials of the most junior person to flow?
    It was Streit. CRJ training center guy.

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    I just copy these lists from someone, I'll make the correction, I appreciate the input.

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    Class 18-19 (Sept 18, 2018)
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    10 LAX/FO/737/D
    10 LGA/FO/737/D
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    15 Military Background
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    920-720 Projected (Not guaranteed)
    Jan 16, 2018
    Class 18-01 40/40
    Class 18-02 42/40
    Class 18-03 24/40
    Class 18-04 26/40
    Class 18-05 32/40
    Class 18-06 36/40
    Class 18-07 42/40
    Class 18-08 36/40
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    Class 18-11 22/40
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    Class 18-18 39/30
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    Oct 2
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    950 projected AA new-hires for 2019, but question whether that many can actually be trained due to log jams in the process. That means at max, Envoy gets about 36-37%. As a result, Envoy will have to plant, water and grow to fruition 30-35 new Captains each and every month considering some outside attrition or the engine bogs down.

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    APA does not expect AA to meet those numbers. AA is still behind in getting sims up to FAA’s mandated upgrades. Also talking with instructors and CKA the new upgrades for stall and upset training is very hard on the sims. Then add being short instructors, they also had two or three go out sick and unfortunately one passed away.

    737 and 777 pilots are outsourced to MIA for sim and starting in Dec 777 will be using a DAL sim in ATL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earl View Post
    APA does not expect AA to meet those numbers. AA is still behind in getting sims up to FAA’s mandated upgrades. Also talking with instructors and CKA the new upgrades for stall and upset training is very hard on the sims. Then add being short instructors, they also had two or three go out sick and unfortunately one passed away.

    737 and 777 pilots are outsourced to MIA for sim and starting in Dec 777 will be using a DAL sim in ATL.
    Sounds like 2019 will be a staffing nightmare at AA. Not good for keeping revenue and profits up.

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    Saw this for the Dec 11 class drop (75 new hires):

    MIA/FO/320/D 15
    LAX/FO/320/I 12
    LGA/FO/320/D 9
    DCA/FO/737/D 5
    LGA/FO/737/D 8
    LGA/FO/737/I 4
    MIA/FO/737/I 13
    LAX/FO/737/D 9

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    That's very interesting stuff to know about. Thank you so much for the valuable information.

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    FYI, From an APA news blast:

    Notice to Former Envoy Pilots With 401(k) Accounts
    There is an opportunity to transfer your 401(k) account balance from the Envoy plan to the American Airlines Pilot Only 401(k) Plan. If you wish to have your account transferred, you must act quickly. Envoy must receive your completed transfer request by mail, delivery, or fax no later than Oct. 11.

    Please submit your completed Voluntary In-Service Plan-to-Plan Transfer Election Form to the Envoy Air Inc. 401(k) Plan by either:

    Facsimile at 972-374-5609
    Email at Envoy.401k@AA.com
    Management has provided the following schedule for the transferred amounts (this will not apply to amounts in the AA Pilot Only 401(k) Plan):

    Oct. 11: Last day for elections to be received at Envoy
    Oct. 25: Blackout notice mail date
    Nov. 18: Self-directed brokerage account liquidation date
    Nov. 29: Blackout period start date
    Dec. 5: Valuation date
    Dec. 6: Asset transfer date
    Dec. 15: Blackout end week
    If you have any questions about the Voluntary In-Service Plan-to-Plan Transfer Election Form before the transfer, please contact Empower Retirement at 1-800-345-2345. If you have questions after the transfer, please contact Fidelity Investments at 1-800-354-3412. You can also email Envoy.401k@AA.com with questions as well.

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