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bigfatdaddy 12-09-2010 08:13 AM


Originally Posted by Maxcackel (Post 913608)
Light Twin??? Please elaborate.

ATLAS SPEAK light twin = 767/777 anything smaller than a 747 gets the "light" designation

DASH8AV8R 12-09-2010 09:31 AM

Subscribing to the tread!!
Also awaiting a Call to come to MIA. Fingers + legs crossed!!;):D

Maxcackel 12-09-2010 11:03 AM


Originally Posted by bigfatdaddy (Post 913615)
ATLAS SPEAK light twin = 767/777 anything smaller than a 747 gets the "light" designation

Whew, had me going. I thought you were going to say new crj/erj feeder program.:eek:

Moondog 12-09-2010 11:09 AM

I think that was on the "inside" Atlas thread that we can't see, but maybe not. Maybe I just overlooked it, either way, I like the way it sounds!!

Whaledriver 12-09-2010 11:33 AM

Moondog,
Yes, it was in the Altas room.

gearcrankr 12-09-2010 11:37 AM


Originally Posted by C5nwhaleguy (Post 913598)
The latest juju from ************* website......I've been in the school house all week and things are buzzing loudly. Fleet manager (who is nameless since this is a repost) told us that we are leasing a UAL744 immediately for additional passengar work. It comes on the property Jan7 to go into the paint shop (atlas blue colors). N194UA. He also said the LCF is understaffed and we are upgrading and hiring to be ready for a fully ramped up LCF operation. He alluded to a couple more pax -400s in the works. Atlas is searching for planes to acquire (hence the lease of N194UA as a stop gap while acquiring our own). And his words, "light twin operation went from stove to back burner to freezer but now into the microwave. Lots and lots of new hires in 2011...making 2010 pale by comparison". Lots of positive comments and up-beat attitudes in the schoolhouse.

C5

Thanks for the schoolhouse update. Couple of Q's if you dont mind.
1. Does Atlas operate -200's?
2. If so, do they have SO's or PFE's?

DASH8AV8R 12-09-2010 11:50 AM

Atlas Air - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

744driver 12-09-2010 11:52 AM

We currently operate...

Classics...6 aircraft total
5 B747-200s, 1 B747-300

400s...18 aircraft total
1 Passenger B747-400 (and 1 as a back-up aircraft) in/out of IAH
4 B747-400LCF (Large Cargo Freighter, for Boeing's 787 production logistics)
1 B747-400BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter)
12 B747-400F's (Original freighters from the factory)


And we employ PFE's, not SO's.

Maxcackel 12-09-2010 12:18 PM

Sorry, trying to get all the lingo down. What is LCF? Thanks

DASH8AV8R 12-09-2010 12:21 PM

LARGE cargo freighter = LCF


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