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    In 2017, the Company expects to reduce the regional fleet count by 13 aircraft, including the addition of 31 CRJ700 aircraft, 20 E175 aircraft and 7 ERJ140 aircraft, as well as the reduction of 52 CRJ200 aircraft and 19 Dash 8-100 aircraft.

    • The Company recently signed an amendment (terminated)to one of its capacity purchase agreements (CPA) for 62 CRJ-200 aircraft which allows for a wind-down of the contract starting in the back half of 2017 with the final aircraft leaving the fleet in February of 2018. To replace these aircraft, the company entered into CPAs with other regional operators and is also reactivating some previously parked E140 aircraft. The new CPA aircraft will enter the fleet in advance of the CRJ-200 reductions to preserve flying and to ensure a seamless transition. These regional fleet changes do not materially impact the Company’s capacity plans.
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    BFD, sorry means actually nothing That guarantees envoy growth. What is does is,extend and expand non w/o growth with ash flying. Same poor qol will exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    In 2017, the Company expects to reduce the regional fleet count by 13 aircraft, including the addition of 31 CRJ700 aircraft, 20 E175 aircraft and 7 ERJ140 aircraft, as well as the reduction of 52 CRJ200 aircraft and 19 Dash 8-100 aircraft.

    • The Company recently signed an amendment (terminated)to one of its capacity purchase agreements (CPA) for 62 CRJ-200 aircraft which allows for a wind-down of the contract starting in the back half of 2017 with the final aircraft leaving the fleet in February of 2018. To replace these aircraft, the company entered into CPAs with other regional operators and is also reactivating some previously parked E140 aircraft. The new CPA aircraft will enter the fleet in advance of the CRJ-200 reductions to preserve flying and to ensure a seamless transition. These regional fleet changes do not materially impact the Company’s capacity plans.
    How are they gaining 700s if we're losing 1 a month and scope is maxed out? The 200s going away are AWACS. That flying is going to PSA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepilot View Post
    How are they gaining 700s if we're losing 1 a month and scope is maxed out? The 200s going away are AWACS. That flying is going to PSA.
    PSA can't handle all of that flying, it's going to have to be split between the three WOs, which is why the 140s are coming back online. PHL is a PDT base, but they don't have nearly enough 145s to make up for the large amount of 200 flying AWAC did. DCA is a PSA base, but even with that they'll prob have a tough time covering it all. The three of us are pretty much the bucket brigade for AAG.

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    Republic is doing a lot of flying from DCA PHL and LGA Maybe AA will take back some of the flying as it should. Wishful thinking.

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    I am surprised that AAG let Airwisky out with a modified contract to drawn down their operation. No idea if there were any clauses in the original one that allowed such an "escape" clause but given how this was a sucker punch from United, I could have seen AAG say "nope - you have to fly your schedule until end of contract 2018." Only possibility would be if scope did not allow the reactivation of the 140s while AirWhisky was flying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snippercr View Post
    I am surprised that AAG let Airwisky out with a modified contract to drawn down their operation. No idea if there were any clauses in the original one that allowed such an "escape" clause but given how this was a sucker punch from United, I could have seen AAG say "nope - you have to fly your schedule until end of contract 2018." Only possibility would be if scope did not allow the reactivation of the 140s while AirWhisky was flying.
    Their contract ended January 1st, 2018. Really not much to get out of.

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    "In 2017, the company expects to reduce the regional fleet count by 9 aircraft, including the addition of 31 CRJ700 aircraft, 24 E175 aircraft and 7 ERJ140 aircraft, as well as the reduction of 52 CRJ200 aircraft and 19 Dash 8-100 aircraft"

    So in 2017, 12 175s come from Envoy, the other 12 come from where?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr25cents View Post
    "In 2017, the company expects to reduce the regional fleet count by 9 aircraft, including the addition of 31 CRJ700 aircraft, 24 E175 aircraft and 7 ERJ140 aircraft, as well as the reduction of 52 CRJ200 aircraft and 19 Dash 8-100 aircraft"

    So in 2017, 12 175s come from Envoy, the other 12 come from where?


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    Probably republic.

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