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Blackmamba
09-13-2018, 12:14 PM
For those of you flying for Republic already, which bases tend to fly for which mainline carriers?

Also, how often do you usually switch up if you fly for more than one? Will you fly for multiple codeshares on the same trip ? Same day?

Thanks.


Tigflt17
09-13-2018, 01:04 PM
For those of you flying for Republic already, which bases tend to fly for which mainline carriers?

Also, how often do you usually switch up if you fly for more than one? Will you fly for multiple codeshares on the same trip ? Same day?

Thanks.

It varies. EWR is UA only. MIA and PHL is AA only. IAH is suppose to be UA and DL but thinking it is mostly UA. all other bases are 2-3 codeshares. A trip is usually the same carrier. Typically sticks with the same codeshare as previous sentence.

Random Task
09-13-2018, 04:57 PM
As long as you don't get reassigned your trips are built for 1 codeshare.
On reserve you'll probably end up flying 2 partners in a day, but it's pretty rare.

MIA recently got United pairings, IAH is split between United and American. CMH/IND/PIT/MCI I think get all 3 but maybe some more than others. LGA has Delta and American. DCA has all 3. EWR as mentioned only does United flying. ORD I think is also only United, but they may still have a few Delta pairings. PHL is American only.