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    Flow Time to AA is now 9+years


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    From another forum:

    “the latest ALPA interactive seniority list (as of yesterday) shows new hires flowing in 9.22 years.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
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    “the latest ALPA interactive seniority list (as of yesterday) shows new hires flowing in 9.22 years.”
    Just a thought, but I wonder if flow time to the old US Airways on steroids is now being deliberately made to look as bad as possible so any new flow agreement looks better then it normally would by comparison ?

    I mean, if it’s the intention of the Association leadership to once again ram a marginal agreement down the throats of the pilots (should that turn out to be the case), slight-of-hand magic tricks, distraction and manipulation would be the expected tools they’d use.

    At least that’s how it was done in the past.

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    Reading Envoy management already put the new agreement improvements on their website, but has since taken it down. If true, it sounds to me like the fix is in and Envoy ALPA leaders are colluding with Envoy management to ramrod this deal. I assume Management jumped the gun to try and get some more nibbles but were reminded that it looks bad by tipping their hand that it’s already a “done deal” and without a scrap of line pilot input.

    Pardon my increasing skepticism, but I cannot not note how the present is mimicking the past in perfect lockstep. Can’t send a marginal concessionary agreement (based on competitive industry leading metrics) to the pilots and risk failure, so option B is just take the pilots out of the equation. Again, this has happened in the past. The original Letter 3 wasn’t put up for pilot vote and was in fact, “out of bounds” in subsequent 1997 contract voting.
    Last edited by Beagleboy; 07-26-2019 at 06:20 PM.

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