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Old 06-29-2014, 02:47 PM   #1  
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Wondering if anyone has any further info on this 121 Supplemental carrier flying 767s between a bunch of random places...

New York - Guyana
Saipan - China
Guam - China
Miami - South America

I also heard they recently got into hot water for flying in Brazil illegally (cabotage). Anyone able to provide all the usual info regarding working environment and company outlook?
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Old 06-30-2014, 11:07 AM   #2  
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Wondering if anyone has any further info on this 121 Supplemental carrier flying 767s between a bunch of random places...

New York - Guyana
Saipan - China
Guam - China
Miami - South America

I also heard they recently got into hot water for flying in Brazil illegally (cabotage). Anyone able to provide all the usual info regarding working environment and company outlook?

What, I'm still on furlough from them, have been since June 2012. Are they operating again...not that I would go back now, but it would have been nice to tell them that.
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Old 06-30-2014, 11:48 AM   #3  
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What, I'm still on furlough from them, have been since June 2012. Are they operating again...not that I would go back now, but it would have been nice to tell them that.
That's a good indicator of the quality of the place I think. They're active and hiring a bunch... Any QOL info and tidbits you can provide... Sounds like a good place to avoid.
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They began selling tickets between JFK-Guyana, however failed to secure a gate slot at JFK. The first few flights they operated ended up in Atlantic City or Bradley, and bussing pax to/from JFK with extensive delays. Not a good way to start!

Also heard that rumor about them getting kicked out of Brazil.
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Any updates?

Heard Swift and the 36th street mafia are involved now.
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Heard they recently had all their planes grounded for a short time due to non payments to vendors.
That JFK-GEO flight seems to be the demise of many airlines, funny because it's a good market. I do hear you need to have deep pockets to grease the local wheels in GEO though.
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Who's the 36th street mafia? Are you talking about Swift from Phoenix? Are there any Pace airline scum involved. Whose the chief pilot/director ops? No flame here...simply all too familiar w/ these career bottom feeders. Cheers h
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36th Street generally refers to NW 36th Street in Miami (on the north side of the airport).
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Can someone answer the rest of my questions?
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Can someone answer the rest of my questions?
Yes, they are talking about the SWIFT from Phoenix, but it has recently moved to GSO. It is not connected in any way with DYA at this point, except that one of the 40% owners of DYA (passive investor) is also a 50% owner of SWIFT (as well as about 50 other companies). But no interaction between the two companies despite having offices on the same airport.

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No one there from PACE that I know of (at least not in management).
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