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    Only trans states or is it the whole holding company?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robsquatch View Post
    Only trans states or is it the whole holding company?
    I'm guessing since it says trans states holding, and also quotes the second and third largest regional airlines I'm guessing TSH. Unless TSH wanted to sell TSA...?

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    Consolidations are inevitable in the regional segment of the industry considering the blossoming crisis. The weaker antelope will either have to find a home with a larger herd or be left to die off. Some may be allowed to die off first with the carcass easier to feed off by the stronger jackals. This is one area that Envoy has an advantage (at least over smaller regionals). However, even Envoy has risks albeit different ones as they are tied to AAG with its internal issues. It's also why AA as a destination may not pan out to the degree it now appears either in advancement quality or timing.

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    Dont forget, aag, dal and ucal own about 70 to 75 % of republic.

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    Kiss lax goodbye and probably the 20 e175's at compass. TSH owns compass and TSH is being merged into RAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    Consolidations are inevitable in the regional segment of the industry considering the blossoming crisis. The weaker antelope will either have to find a home with a larger herd or be left to die off. Some may be allowed to die off first with the carcass easier to feed off by the stronger jackals. This is one area that Envoy has an advantage (at least over smaller regionals). However, even Envoy has risks albeit different ones as they are tied to AAG with its internal issues. It's also why AA as a destination may not pan out to the degree it now appears either in advancement quality or timing.
    Envoy is most certainly the STRONGEST out there. You are correct that Envoy has the advantage. MAJOR advantage. Huge.

    Second bolded part. More BS hyperbole from the hater. You are flat wrong. AA has never been more attractive as THE career destination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacuj View Post
    Envoy is most certainly the STRONGEST out there. You are correct that Envoy has the advantage. MAJOR advantage. Huge.

    Second bolded part. More BS hyperbole from the hater. You are flat wrong. AA has never been more attractive as THE career destination.
    Envoy "the strongest" regional ? No agreement here. There are regionals just as sound in and of themselves but have the advantage of their primary relationship with a legacy that is MUCH stronger the AA LCC. Endeavor comes to mind due to their association with Delta. Disagreement is one thing, threatening others something else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    Dont forget, aag, dal and ucal own about 70 to 75 % of republic.
    I don't think that's correct.

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    While most pilots at the 3 TSH carriers welcome the acquisition, they’re only fooling themselves if the think there will be any SLI. RAH will become just like SkyWest and TSH as it is today.
    An umbrella company

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglepilot View Post
    I don't think that's correct.
    It’s pretty close. I think AA owns 26% and UA and DL each own a 25% share. Embraer and GE are the other shareholders.

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