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Old 02-04-2022, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by chihuahua
https://www.aerocrewnews.com/aviatio...st-class-seat/

According to that, they'll have 15 A220s by the end of the 2022. Have they taken delivery of any units beyond the first one they got yet? I can't imagine Airbus us going to be able to produce them faster than expected. Is there actually serious talk of shutting down to hire and train more pilots? I can't imagine the investors will be happy about that.
Whatever he decides to do it will first be played out in the media for free hype and publicity.
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Old 02-04-2022, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by chihuahua
https://www.aerocrewnews.com/aviatio...st-class-seat/

According to that, they'll have 15 A220s by the end of the 2022. Have they taken delivery of any units beyond the first one they got yet? I can't imagine Airbus us going to be able to produce them faster than expected. Is there actually serious talk of shutting down to hire and train more pilots? I can't imagine the investors will be happy about that.
One per month is an average. There should have been three delivered by end of 2021, but issues at the plant has kept numbers 2/3 from being delivered to date. So those planes will be moved into the future for delivery, but there are still 5 other planes already being worked on within the production process that will support the 1 per month average into the future. We will have a few months this year where we take two instead of one per month. Now that doesn’t mean the 15 couldn’t slip to a lower number if future planes have issues, but as of right now, 15 is the number to end 2022 at with A220s.
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Old 02-04-2022, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by UnableVNAVPTH
Neelemans been quoted a couple times now saying he will shut the airline down untill they can recruit and train more pilots, rather than paying anything more.
GOOD , let it happen. More routes and more flying to other airlines that pay better. More profits for the other airlines and their shareholders.

Bye Fabreeze.
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Old 02-05-2022, 04:16 AM
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Originally Posted by UnableVNAVPTH
Neelemans been quoted a couple times now saying he will shut the airline down untill they can recruit and train more pilots, rather than paying anything more.
Can you give us a link to just one of these quotes. If he made such a statement it would send the investors into a frenzy and if he followed through the airline is done.
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Old 02-05-2022, 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by sailingfun
Can you give us a link to just one of these quotes. If he made such a statement it would send the investors into a frenzy and if he followed through the airline is done.
that is the oldest scare tactic in the Airline Managment book.

”we would rather shut the airline down, then...”
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Old 02-06-2022, 02:56 AM
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Originally Posted by sailingfun
Can you give us a link to just one of these quotes. If he made such a statement it would send the investors into a frenzy and if he followed through the airline is done.

He quite obviously has not said that to simple flying dot com lol
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Old 02-06-2022, 06:32 AM
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Originally Posted by UnableVNAVPTH
He quite obviously has not said that to simple flying dot com lol
ever read the disclosures at the binging of the article? Like the points guy, they are getting paid to write these stories.
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Old 02-12-2022, 09:25 AM
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Seeing a lot of Breeze ads seeking pilots for the A220 and E195 fleets out there….. What percentage of new hires are actually showing up these days?
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Old 02-13-2022, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by PNWFlyer
ever read the disclosures at the binging of the article? Like the points guy, they are getting paid to write these stories.


all those articles are paid by Fabreeze. well looks like this forum about Fabreeze is dying slowly like David Neeleman's rent-an-airline. ohhhhhh FYI as of today 2/13/2022 Fabreeze has only 56 active Pilots. ;-).
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Old 02-13-2022, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by David Puddy
Seeing a lot of Breeze ads seeking pilots for the A220 and E195 fleets out there….. What percentage of new hires are actually showing up these days?
good luck david!!!!! with Spirit and Frontier merge, this will kill fabreeze, they only need to hire their pilots. but NEELEMAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!
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