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Old 04-01-2020, 05:08 PM
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Are we allowed to post good signs, too, or only bad signs?

Delta posted its first draft schedule for May today. Who knows whether it will hold, but if it does, then it looks like we'll have almost twice as many flights as in April, and we'll get bigger in ATL, DTW, and MSP. It kinda looks like the schedule that was posted on 3/21.

I'm not saying "hey look we're back," but they aren't scheduling as if they're planning to wind us down... yet.

One thing that is missing from that schedule are CM8s...
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Old 04-01-2020, 05:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ninerdriver View Post
Are we allowed to post good signs, too, or only bad signs?

Delta posted its first draft schedule for May today. Who knows whether it will hold, but if it does, then it looks like we'll have almost twice as many flights as in April, and we'll get bigger in ATL, DTW, and MSP. It kinda looks like the schedule that was posted on 3/21.

I'm not saying "hey look we're back," but they aren't scheduling as if they're planning to wind us down... yet.

One thing that is missing from that schedule are CM8s...
If that schedule holds up, thatís a massive decrease in flying for OO in ATL, MSP, and DTW.

OO CRJ pretty much just has the at risk stuff left out of MSP, DTW, and SLC. Everything else is 175 for them.

As for the CM8, it only shows them on a few routes (BIS and DSM out of MSP), none for OO

I bet this schedule will change multiple times though before we get our schedules.
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Old 04-01-2020, 05:47 PM
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Originally Posted by ninerdriver View Post
Are we allowed to post good signs, too, or only bad signs?

Delta posted its first draft schedule for May today. Who knows whether it will hold, but if it does, then it looks like we'll have almost twice as many flights as in April, and we'll get bigger in ATL, DTW, and MSP. It kinda looks like the schedule that was posted on 3/21.

I'm not saying "hey look we're back," but they aren't scheduling as if they're planning to wind us down... yet.

One thing that is missing from that schedule are CM8s...
We only have a handful of CM8s and they may be planning to use them as spares in alignment with how they were used after delivery. That said there are also a lot of other planes available as spares at the moment.
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Old 04-01-2020, 05:50 PM
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The same tentative schedule for next month shows massive decreases in LGA, not only for us. Almost no Florida flights, which makes sense based on their travel restrictions.

I foresee many commuting issues.
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Old 04-01-2020, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by PaloAlto View Post
If that schedule holds up, thatís a massive decrease in flying for OO in ATL, MSP, and DTW.

OO CRJ pretty much just has the at risk stuff left out of MSP, DTW, and SLC. Everything else is 175 for them.

As for the CM8, it only shows them on a few routes (BIS and DSM out of MSP), none for OO

I bet this schedule will change multiple times though before we get our schedules.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that schedule will change, then, because there's no way OO parks all their dual-class CRJs aside from a few 700s from SLC. There's also no way YX has 36 daily departures.
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BIS and DSM for the CM8 are on May 2, only... after that, the CM8s are off the schedule.

I do agree that it'll probably change several times before our pairings get put together piecemeal in May again.
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Old 04-01-2020, 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by ninerdriver View Post
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that schedule will change, then, because there's no way OO parks all their dual-class CRJs aside from a few 700s from SLC. There's also no way YX has 36 daily departures.
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BIS and DSM for the CM8 are on May 2, only... after that, the CM8s are off the schedule.

I do agree that it'll probably change several times before our pairings get put together piecemeal in May again.
Hopefully they can get it done before our bid packs come out, but I have my doubts.

Bad news for YX if it is true. They are showing almost nothing but shuttle routes and flights out of their MX stations.
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There already changing it again... sure it will change a few more times before May 1....
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Old 04-01-2020, 06:52 PM
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were you old enough to drive when those buildings were standing? Off track here...the (panic) I mean pandemic to these levels is all new.

letís wait and see how all this all plays out


24/7 nothing but doom and gloom. The news and social media = destroying this country


also how many hundred of thousands survived? How many hundreds of thousands survived and didnít even know they had it. Itís serious donít get me wrong but what about a positive story from the news. Ridiculous!!!!
You are so right . Obviously we need to take precautions and do the best we can , but the news media are a bunch of Turds . Some News outlets are better than others , but for the media itís all about ratings and making money first and then pushing their political agenda. Their fake empathy for dying people has always been disgusting at best. They exploit these situations to the max . Itís just mind blowing how stupid some of these media people are .
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Old 04-02-2020, 09:03 AM
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So this morning I was trying to make myself feel just a little bit better about our future. I saw a link to plane spotters that has a current list of aircraft for each airline. (operating and parked) How accurate this information is I have no idea. According to plane spotters we have 143 aircraft flying for Delta. Sky West has about 135-140 aircraft flying for Delta. This was a quick scan and count so I could be off in the total. A 50/50 split makes me feel, for now, much better. Just as a side note; there were quite a few 200's with CA tail numbers that were listed as active with no mainline partner associated with them.

I also noticed Skywest has several Delta owned PQ's still flying for them. Wishful thinking. While negotiating our pay cuts maybe ALPA can get Delta to bring all Delta owned regional jets to Endeavor. This on the face of it seems to be an easer ask than a flow through/staple. Just kidding guys we are Delta's Junior Varsity Squad. We take what Delta gives us and we like it.
https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Endeavor-Air
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So this morning I was trying to make myself feel just a little bit better about our future. I saw a link to plane spotters that has a current list of aircraft for each airline. (operating and parked) How accurate this information is I have no idea. According to plane spotters we have 143 aircraft flying for Delta. Sky West has about 135-140 aircraft flying for Delta. This was a quick scan and count so I could be off in the total. A 50/50 split makes me feel, for now, much better. Just as a side note; there were quite a few 200's with CA tail numbers that were listed as active with no mainline partner associated with them.

I also noticed Skywest has several Delta owned PQ's still flying for them. Wishful thinking. While negotiating our pay cuts maybe ALPA can get Delta to bring all Delta owned regional jets to Endeavor. This on the face of it seems to be an easer ask than a flow through/staple. Just kidding guys we are Delta's Junior Varsity Squad. We take what Delta gives us and we like it.
https://www.planespotters.net/airline/Endeavor-Air
Weíre going to park 90 a/c.
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