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arrrrree 05-31-2019 04:45 PM


Originally Posted by JackStraw (Post 2829652)
16/14? Dude, do some research in the Atlas Hiring thread and learn the very basics then get back to us.

Not sure why this comment is necessary, didnít see a Atlas Hiring thread and just asked a question

4runner 05-31-2019 05:46 PM


Originally Posted by tengssuuciurta (Post 2829563)
wtf....

lol

For real. This sounds like one of my temper tantrums. Not guilty!

boeingdvr 05-31-2019 07:39 PM


Originally Posted by arrrrree (Post 2829645)
Is the schedule on the 76 only 16/14 or are there multiple types of schedules?

Haha. 16/14

Try 20/10 21/9

Depending on your commute and being extended.

16/14. Yeah - if your Uber senior bidding RSV lines in base.

atpcliff 05-31-2019 07:43 PM


Originally Posted by arrrrree (Post 2829645)
Is the schedule on the 76 only 16/14 or are there multiple types of schedules?

I assume it is highly variable, depending on the base and the type of flying you do. On the 747, my schedules have ranged from a 1 day trip, to 34 days (I bid for two back-to-back patterns).

If you live near CVG, and do the 767 DHL hub turns or R3/R2 reserve you can be home all the time. I don't know what the newer Amazon schedules are like...

Any other specific questions PM me.

StandardBrief 06-04-2019 11:40 AM

I saw your plane on the ramp in a particular overseas location yesterday. Did you guys drop off the stuff I ordered 2 months ago?

nitefreight 08-04-2019 12:26 PM

IBT v. Atlas, DC Cir, Req for Reh'g
 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YHR...ew?usp=sharing

wjcandee 08-04-2019 02:25 PM

The motion is a nice effort, but it's a fair analysis that it isn't going to succeed. Such motions almost never do -- particularly the ones for en banc rehearing -- and there is nothing about this one that identifies the kind of objectively-clear error that would result in a rehearing by the panel, or the kind of super-important legal issue that might result in an en banc rehearing. IMHO, when you're asking for an en banc rehearing on anything other than something of super-important national significance that a member of the general public would think was important, you're just going through the motions in the hope that you win the lottery. It's a Hail Mary of significant order. It can't hurt, if you don't mind paying the legal fees, but it's not normally something you do with a rational expectation of success.

nitefreight 08-04-2019 05:11 PM

It shouldn't be this way, but Atlas intentionally filed this case in DC for a reason. And it's apparent that forum shopping paid off in a big way. There is very little justice in our legal system.

wjcandee 08-04-2019 07:24 PM


Originally Posted by nitefreight (Post 2864842)
It shouldn't be this way, but Atlas intentionally filed this case in DC for a reason. And it's apparent that forum shopping paid off in a big way. There is very little justice in our legal system.

Generally in Federal Court, you look to the residence of the defendants when determining permissible venue, although you can also look to where a substantial portion of the actions giving rise to the suit occurred. 1224 is based in Wilmington, Ohio and the Teamsters Airline Division is based in DC. It's no surprise that a New York company represented by big firms would find it more convenient to litigate in DC rather than the Southern District of Ohio. If you're a bunch of lawyers and executives (on both sides), wouldn't you rather lodge and dine in DCi? Admittedly, the Federal Courthouse handling Clinton County cases is in Cincinnati rather than Bumpkinville, but still...

I don't think that SD Ohio or the Sixth Circuit are bastions of pro-pilot judges that the case was deprived of by the venue choice. I frankly think that, other than possibly being hometowned and having to hire local counsel outside of my law firm, I might prefer to be in the SD Ohio if I were an airline and perceived court sympathies were my sole deciding factor.

So, unless somebody got really-creative, the basic venue choices were DC or Cincinnati, and, me at least, I don't think that influenced the result.

nitefreight 08-05-2019 08:24 AM


It's no surprise that a New York company represented by big firms would find it more convenient to litigate in DC rather than the Southern District of Ohio.
Actually, the captioned entity in the petition, Atlas Air, Inc., is not a New York corporation -- It's incorporated in Delaware.


NYS Department of State
Division of Corporations
Entity Information

The information contained in this database is current through August 2, 2019.
Selected Entity Name: ATLAS AIR, INC.
Selected Entity Status Information Current Entity Name: ATLAS AIR, INC.
DOS ID #: 1736154
Initial DOS Filing Date: JUNE 21, 1993
County: NASSAU
Jurisdiction: DELAWARE
Entity Type: FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
Current Entity Status: ACTIVE


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