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    Sir, can I have another.

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    AAG Busting the Scope Clause???

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    Parker has reiterated they plan to cut back on debt-related expenditures, so it makes sense for someone else to foot the bill for these aircraft as it sounds. AAG is broke and is effectively sidelined in the aircraft acquisition business for the foreseeable future. Unless they add some more ultra high-risk loans (for the lenders) to transition more of the Envoy fleet away from clapped out E-145’s, Envoy should be stagnant in fleet purchases/expansion. AA is in the same boat as far as new fleet acquisitions.

    Delta and soon United will have interesting new opportunities for fleet choices, especially in the small-jet category like the A220. AA or Eagle can’t compete on product or economics against those so can only watch with their hands in their pockets. The next 2-5 years will be interesting indeed to see how these airlines transform and in what direction. I think it’s starting to show the initial picture though.

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    #NEWS | @SkyWestAirlines has ordered 20 more #Embraer #E175 jets. Deliveries start the 2nd half of 2020 & are the first E175s that SkyWest will fly for American Airlines. Learn more: embr.cc/BFKf #Embraer50 #EmbraerStories

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    AAG Busting the Scope Clause???

    No, just have to trim some RJ’s from elsewhere. Only way to bust scope is via Chapter 11 and then being successful with the courts in an 1113 to do so. IMO, still a ways to go and a few more dominos need to fall.

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    So much for lax base and anything west of chicago and dallas.

    But we have flow, isn't that going to 15 a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    So much for lax base and anything west of chicago and dalles.
    Drunken and delusional compulsive masturbators aren’t the most reliable sources for info, IMO.

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    But we have flow, isn't that going to 15 a month.
    That’s my understanding, but not sure when. Considering AA is attempting to ram 120 new-hires/month through the schoolhouse before they go elsewhere, 15 out of 120 would be quite painful. Predictable, but painful. That skyrocket’s risk for Envoy flows as when it hits the fan at AA, every seniority number counts. It can mean holding your domicile of choice or commuting to somewhere undesirable on reserve or even in the worst case scenario, a paycheck and healthcare vs. unemployment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    Parker has reiterated they plan to cut back on debt-related expenditures, so it makes sense for someone else to foot the bill for these aircraft as it sounds. AAG is broke and is effectively sidelined in the aircraft acquisition business for the foreseeable future. Unless they add some more ultra high-risk loans (for the lenders) to transition more of the Envoy fleet away from clapped out E-145’s, Envoy should be stagnant in fleet purchases/expansion. AA is in the same boat as far as new fleet acquisitions.

    Delta and soon United will have interesting new opportunities for fleet choices, especially in the small-jet category like the A220. AA or Eagle can’t compete on product or economics against those so can only watch with their hands in their pockets. The next 2-5 years will be interesting indeed to see how these airlines transform and in what direction. I think it’s starting to show the initial picture though.
    “Envoy should be stagnant in fleet purchases/expansion. AA is in the same boat as far as new fleet acquisitions.”

    Wonder what American is going to do with all the old planes, as they keep getting older,🤔🤔🤔🤔
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    These 20 are in addition to the 10 additional crj700's they did a deal on with american 2 weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    “Envoy should be stagnant in fleet purchases/expansion. AA is in the same boat as far as new fleet acquisitions.”

    Wonder what American is going to do with all the old planes, as they keep getting older,��������
    [sarcasm]������
    Shrink to profitability in a declining economy/recession? Of course, that’s never worked in the past. There is another option though.....

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    Yes there is...just have to wait a little longer...lot's of work to do between now and then...A LOT OF WORK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    No, just have to trim some RJ’s from elsewhere. Only way to bust scope is via Chapter 11 and then being successful with the courts in an 1113 to do so. IMO, still a ways to go and a few more dominos need to fall.
    No need to trim if mainline's fleet increases. Someone sent me the chart with the increases. I'll see if I can find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    So much for lax base and anything west of chicago and dallas.

    But we have flow, isn't that going to 15 a month.
    You should have flowed in 2017 when you asked your buddy for info. Your CG may be out of whack. Visitor messages are not private

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    No idea of visitor message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meatloaf View Post
    No need to trim if mainline's fleet increases. Someone sent me the chart with the increases. I'll see if I can find it.
    Ask Parker politely if he would like to send you the other chart...🤫⏰⏰💥
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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    No idea of visitor message.
    Do I have your permission to post it? You're the author.

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    To correct you, my flow was 2010.
    And I always ask for info even with 2 to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    To correct you, my flow was 2010.
    And I always ask for info even with 2 to go.
    Your CG is out of balance on this one. Say the word and I'll post the screenshot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    To correct you, my flow was 2010.
    And I always ask for info even with 2 to go.
    Whether your flow was 2010 or 2017, you NOT TAKING IT ranks up there with the biggest blunders of all time. You might compare it to General George Custer marching straight into the teeth of the Sioux ambush in 1876. At LEAST as big as that if not bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacuj View Post
    Whether your flow was 2010 or 2017, you NOT TAKING IT ranks up there with the biggest blunders of all time. You might compare it to General George Custer marching straight into the teeth of the Sioux ambush in 1876. At LEAST as big as that if not bigger.
    LOL! Funny analogy coming from someone who represents his fake military accomplishments as real, especially considering his role was that of a Command Post gofer.

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