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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    Really? Because im a protected pilot and my flow projection has been pushed back a month and a half.....
    Bump...this is still holding true.... so..... anybody..?

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    No they won't. Between the MD80s parking and the Max being grounded, the PPs are about to get hosed. But you already knew that.





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    Donít forget this...

    American to Retire 45 Boeing 737s in Next Two Years
    By Mary Schlangenstein
    March 8, 2018

    American Airlines Group Inc. plans to retire 45 of its oldest Boeing Co. 737 jets over the next two years as part of an overhaul that will reduce the age of its workhorse narrow-body fleet.
    The Fort Worth, Texas, carrier plans to withdraw 12 of the aircraft next year and 33 in 2020, or about three a month. Americanís oldest 737-800s.

    plus another 24 B763,
    All this before 2021...🤫🤔🤔🤔

    Surprise!🎉🎊
    Last edited by NoOtPilot; 05-24-2019 at 05:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    Donít forget this...

    American to Retire 45 Boeing 737s in Next Two Years
    By Mary Schlangenstein
    March 8, 2018

    American Airlines Group Inc. plans to retire 45 of its oldest Boeing Co. 737 jets over the next two years as part of an overhaul that will reduce the age of its workhorse narrow-body fleet.
    The Fort Worth, Texas, carrier plans to withdraw 12 of the aircraft next year and 33 in 2020, or about three a month. Americanís oldest 737-800s.

    plus another 24 B763,
    All this before 2021...狼樂樂樂

    Surprise!
    SEC filings show fleet grow over that time frame due to new aircraft arrivals. You're only giving half the facts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meatloaf View Post
    SEC filings show fleet grow over that time frame due to new aircraft arrivals. You're only giving half the facts
    Sounds like the makings of a huge training backlog when all is factored in. That will stunt hiring for a while all by itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meatloaf View Post
    SEC filings show fleet grow over that time frame due to new aircraft arrivals. You're only giving half the facts
    I am not giving half the facts...but AAG is.🤔🤔🤔
    Last edited by NoOtPilot; 05-24-2019 at 02:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meatloaf View Post
    SEC filings show fleet grow over that time frame due to new aircraft arrivals. You're only giving half the facts
    Last I saw was +12 airframes by EOY 2020 and +21 airframes by EOY 2021. But that was with only a loss of 5 older 737NG’s, not the original 45. So, if the 45 originals are disposed of, it would be a fleet contraction. Not saying you’re wrong, but could you provide specifics on source and specific fleet counts. Mine were from a January 2019 source.

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    The 73 retirement plan is now in flux with the indefinite grounding of the Max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    Last I saw was +12 airframes by EOY 2020 and +21 airframes by EOY 2021. But that was with only a loss of 5 older 737NGís, not the original 45. So, if the 45 originals are disposed of, it would be a fleet contraction. Not saying youíre wrong, but could you provide specifics on source and specific fleet counts. Mine were from a January 2019 source.
    Should be in the company email from around April 25 or so. The 45 retired is dated March 2018 and has since been revised according to SEC filings.

    Edit: I didnít have time to look before, I am seeing the same January info you are.

    ďAnd according to AAís fleet plan from January 2018, it planned to retire 45 Boeing 737-800 aircraft in 2019 and 2020.

    Now, these retirements are being delayed. As of the latest update, AA plans to keep all 304 of its 737-800 aircraft in its fleet through the end of 2019 and retire just five in 2020. That means itíll have 40 more 737-800s at the end of 2020 than expected at this time last year.Ē

    https://thepointsguy.com/news/american-airlines-fleet-update-january-2019/

    EOY 2018: 956 2019: 947 2020: 956 2021: 961

    https://americanairlines.gcs-web.com/node/37056/html
    Last edited by Jersdawg; 05-25-2019 at 12:08 PM.

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