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Old 07-26-2019, 07:53 AM   #21  
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WGN has already inked new deals for more flying, we are adding airplanes and still hiring.
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WGN has already inked new deals for more flying, we are adding airplanes and still hiring.
And Neff pushed back in a big way today, accusing Flexport of just lying about everything. There's an arbitration clause in the contract, so this lawsuit will go away, and the issues they complained about were covered by the contract and anticipated. I e maintenance visit for the 747, covered by the md-11. Neff claims that Atlas, in a very different cargo market than two years ago, offered Flexport a bargain-basement price, so they chucked Western Global for cheaper Atlas.
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And Neff pushed back in a big way today, accusing Flexport of just lying about everything. There's an arbitration clause in the contract, so this lawsuit will go away, and the issues they complained about were covered by the contract and anticipated. I e maintenance visit for the 747, covered by the md-11. Neff claims that Atlas, in a very different cargo market than two years ago, offered Flexport a bargain-basement price, so they chucked Western Global for cheaper Atlas.
Atlas then will sub it out back to WGN and Kalitta like they do for everything.
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Old 07-26-2019, 08:34 PM   #24  
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And Neff pushed back in a big way today, accusing Flexport of just lying about everything. There's an arbitration clause in the contract, so this lawsuit will go away, and the issues they complained about were covered by the contract and anticipated. I e maintenance visit for the 747, covered by the md-11. Neff claims that Atlas, in a very different cargo market than two years ago, offered Flexport a bargain-basement price, so they chucked Western Global for cheaper Atlas.
True, just saying I won't believe the sky is falling rumors until we stop hiring and start parking planes. Which so far hasn't happened.
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Is there anyone on this thread currently employed by SkyLease? I have an interview next week, and I have questions.


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