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Old 03-24-2020, 01:15 PM   #1  
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Will it happen?
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Maybe, maybe not, maybe we all become Delta pilots then get furloughed by July.

Regardless, you wonít find the answer here.
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I don't see how they won't happen.
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It all depends on who is parking what.And how many..
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I offer this only as a data point as it was the first piece of direct info on the DCI reductions finally offered today.

To be parked temporarily:

70 50 seaters
100 dual class RJs.

Absolutely no word yet on how thatís spread amongst the DCI carriers.
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I offer this only as a data point as it was the first piece of direct info on the DCI reductions finally offered today.

To be parked temporarily:

70 50 seaters
100 dual class RJs.

Absolutely no word yet on how thatís spread amongst the DCI carriers.
how many 200s does OO operate for Delta?
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how many 200s does OO operate for Delta?
83, 28 of which fly pro-rate.

At first glance of the new Delta schedule, I'd be surprised if 9E was still flying 10 200s in April.
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definitely maybe.
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I offer this only as a data point as it was the first piece of direct info on the DCI reductions finally offered today.

To be parked temporarily:

70 50 seaters
100 dual class RJs.

Absolutely no word yet on how thatís spread amongst the DCI carriers.
Do you have a source on that info?
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Do you have a source on that info?


My own ears as it was told on a live webinar today hosted by Deltaís SVP of Flight Ops, System CP and Ryan G (whatever his title is now).

Add in 115 WBs and 315 NBs...thereís your 600 publicly announced parked jets.
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