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    When is the next group flowing?


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    Can you file a grievance if the flow stop?
    Someone said once, it is in the contract...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    Can you file a grievance if the flow stop?
    Someone said once, it is in the contract...
    Would you want to flow right now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meatloaf View Post
    Would you want to flow right now?
    Why not, there are A LOT of pilots retiring and lots of planes getting old that deliveries will not replaced, AA must be the place to go.

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    You know aa reminds me of TWA in the latter years, same scenario and financial stress. We all know where majority of twa pilots ended up, straight to the bottom of the seniority list.

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    When are the next group of flowbacks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    When are the next group of flowbacks?
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    If they hurry up, Company can save money, landings haven’t expired in the E75, yet.


    Airlines Trim Capacity...
    Some Executives Take Pay Cuts...
    Carriers face the most severe downturn in decades as businesses, tourists reduce travel...

    Delta said Tuesday that it will park some planes and reduce capacity across its network, cutting international capacity as much as 25%, and domestic capacity as much as 15%. Delta also said it would freeze hiring...

    The Wall Street Journal
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    I'm told they sent todays AA interview group home, so I'd say the music has pretty much stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nimslow View Post
    I'm told they sent todays AA interview group home, so I'd say the music has pretty much stopped.
    Heard furlough could be possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    Heard furlough could be possible
    Furlough? Imposible, NON-Sense, Doug Parker wants to have all equipments full of reserves, getting paid not to fly, and letting lots of Quals/Landings expired. Furlough? Imposible! But, it doesn’t matter, the flow is now at 5.5 years and is in Envoy’s contract.
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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    Heard furlough could be possible
    Hadn’t heard about official hiring impact, but I think it’s premature to consider furloughs. It’s definitely going to be a “soft” Spring/Summer. Parker made a fluffy investors call trumpeting their liquidity, but 7+ Billion is only a couple of billion above the last bankruptcy metric. Much of that is you guessed it.............loans. He remarked they have assets (aircraft) available as well, but that means further sacrifice of revenue only weakening AA further long-term. This is also known as “burning the furniture to heat the house”.

    Let’s hope AA doesn’t have to start burning furniture.

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    March 31 AA class cancelled I heard. If true the flow is stopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    March 31 AA class cancelled I heard. If true the flow is stopping.
    “Correction...”The Flow has stopped” is what you meant. The good news is , NO Furloughs...yet!


    March 10 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc:

    * AMERICAN AIRLINES CEO ON COST REDUCTIONS- LOOKING AT PUSHING OUT PILOT TRAINING CLASSES AS WELL LOOKING AT ALL OF OUR AIRPORT COSTS
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoOtPilot View Post
    “Correction...”The Flow has stopped” is what you meant. The good news is , NO Furloughs...yet!


    March 10 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc:

    * AMERICAN AIRLINES CEO ON COST REDUCTIONS- LOOKING AT PUSHING OUT PILOT TRAINING CLASSES AS WELL LOOKING AT ALL OF OUR AIRPORT COSTS
    Where are all the koolAAid kids at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    Where are all the koolAAid kids at?
    Trying to change the new flavor,💩.
    Sometimes a 7.5% really means 20%, this show hasn’t even started yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by v1rotate View Post
    Where are all the koolAAid kids at?
    Their cowardly baton twirler posted yesterday on APC. It was the usual back-string baloney of “full-steam ahead” on the flow. On a related note, some are talking about flow-back there too. Many fail to understand when loads decrease, it is usually across the system and that includes Eagle’s network and thus RJ ops. If (That’s IF) AA were to ever furlough, it’s a virtual certainty so would the Eagles as RJ ops are among the most expensive to operate and would be equally affected. Additionally, there is no contractual methodology that allows for flow-back.

    Whatever occurs at AA will equally impact the Eagles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    Their cowardly baton twirler posted yesterday on APC. It was the usual back-string baloney of “full-steam ahead” on the flow. On a related note, some are talking about flow-back there too. Many fail to understand when loads decrease, it is usually across the system and that includes Eagle’s network and thus RJ ops. If (That’s IF) AA were to ever furlough, it’s a virtual certainty so would the Eagles as RJ ops are among the most expensive to operate and would be equally affected. Additionally, there is no contractual methodology that allows for flow-back.

    Whatever occurs at AA will equally impact the Eagles.
    Let’s not forget:

    “Jets for Jobs” program agreed by US Airways and ratified by ALPA. The deal, negotiated by ALPA, for work rules concessions from Mainline pilots, wedged between mainline and regional pilots and raised more stagnation at regional affiliates.

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    For those who never heard of “Jets for Jobs”, it was a poorly thought out/implemented plan.
    Read here

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ain...ets-jobs%3famp

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