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justfun
03-18-2020, 06:45 PM
So with us parking 155 of 175 widebodies and parking the 75/76s and the 190s how close are we to the company violating our scope clause?

No concessions should be given on scope!


cbrpilot
03-18-2020, 07:08 PM
So with us parking 155 of 175 widebodies and parking the 75/76s and the 190s how close are we to the company violating our scope clause?

No concessions should be given on scope!
I'm not even on at AA but even I know that you have a Force Majeure clause that excludes scope.

stbloc
03-18-2020, 07:34 PM
I would be more concerned with survival then scope right now.


FetaCheese
03-19-2020, 08:40 PM
Survival at mainline is tied directly to scope. It's why it exists in the first place.

watch
03-19-2020, 08:51 PM
Can you explain that for me, I don't know much about this.

BackintheLPA
03-20-2020, 04:18 AM
JCBA Limits the number of RJs to 75% of the narrow body fleet...135-140 should be parked.

watch
03-20-2020, 05:02 AM
Thanks. Is there any stipulation for weight and seats? Or are E-145s and CRJ-200s limited as well.

Otterbox
03-20-2020, 05:34 AM
JCBA Limits the number of RJs to 75% of the narrow body fleet...135-140 should be parked.

They have 15 months after the next periodic fleet evaluation (which is in June IIRC) to do so. So August 2021.

BackintheLPA
03-20-2020, 09:43 AM
Determining the Maximum Number of Aircraft that may be Operated under Section 1.D..

(1) The number of regional/small jets with greater than thirty (30) seats (as operated) up to and including sixty five (65) seats (as operated) plus the number of regional/small jets operated under clause (2) below that may be operated under Section 1.D. shall not exceed seventy-five percent (75%) of the number of the Company's Narrowbody Aircraft that are Aircraft in Service.

(2) The number of such regional/small jets with greater than sixty-five (65) seats (as operated) up to and including seventy-six (76) seats (as operated) that may be operated under Section 1.D. shall not exceed the following percentages of the number of the Company's Narrowbody Aircraft that are Aircraft in Service in the calendar years indicated:
(a) 2013 - 2014 30%
(b) 2015 35%
(c) 2016 & beyond 40%

(3) In determining the number of regional/small jets that may be operated under this Section 1.D. under clauses (1) and (2) above, turboprop aircraft with fifty (50) or more seats operated under this Section 1.D. shall be counted as though they were regional/ small jets; turboprop aircraft with fewer than fifty (50) seats shall not be counted as regional/small jets, provided that the number of turboprop aircraft with fewer than fifty (50) seats operated under this Section 1.D.shall not exceed ten (10) percent of the number of the Company's Narrowbody Aircraft that are Aircraft in Service.

(4) The Company shall provide the Association with a list of tail numbers and seating configurations for aircraft operating on behalf of the Company with greater than thirty (30) seats (as operated) up to and including seventy-six (76) seats (as operated) as of January 1, 2013 and at each Quarterly Scope meeting. For each such aircraft operated on behalf of the Company, the Company shall provide the Association with a complete list of the operations flown by the aircraft on each day of each six month period, including flight numbers and city pairs.
Counting Aircraft Operated Under Section 1.