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Old 03-17-2020, 11:18 AM   #21  
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okay, Iím changing my answer to this

fine fine but I want the cliff gone. You know if we ever make a profit again.
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Old 03-17-2020, 11:38 AM   #22  
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So look, I'm not one to publicly criticize, but you forgot a few zeros in front of the decimal point.

Also, I didn't see you correctly apply Pi.

Yet, somehow, you arrived at the correct answer.

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Jetblue math 🤣
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Old 03-17-2020, 11:47 AM   #23  
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Well, I think it is something that we should really consider.

First start 2019 operating revenue which was $8.1bil then subtract total stock buybacks allocated which was $2.1b. Take 10% of that number and divide by $12m eligible wages. Subtract 5% for the GAF cliff and then you have your appropriate paycut result.

0.0%, but someone check my math.

👆 what he said

Work less, yes

Work for less, no
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Old 03-17-2020, 03:01 PM   #24  
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This thread is stupid.
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Old 03-17-2020, 03:04 PM   #25  
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This thread is stupid.
How is it stupid. Every legacy went thru this after 9/11. And itís currently being talked about at every other airline. I donít want to repeat history.
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How is it stupid. Every legacy went thru this after 9/11. And itís currently being talked about at every other airline. I donít want to repeat history.
Excellent. Then accept no suggestion of a concessionary contract and weíll be fine.
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Excellent. Then accept no suggestion of a concessionary contract and weíll be fine.
I definitely wonít. Iíll consider lower line values to keep guys off the street. And as a NO voter Iíll admit Iím glad it was voted in for this exact week
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Iíd take a lower min guarantee if it keeps guys off the street. Iím sitting around 86% so I know Iím on the chopping block. No changes to pay rates. Pilots are still retiring, demand will come back.


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Iíd take a lower min guarantee if it keeps guys off the street. Iím sitting around 86% so I know Iím on the chopping block. No changes to pay rates. Pilots are still retiring, demand will come back.


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theyíre not retiring at blue...
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Iíd take a lower min guarantee if it keeps guys off the street. Iím sitting around 86% so I know Iím on the chopping block. No changes to pay rates. Pilots are still retiring, demand will come back.


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Im at 92%. No pay cut.
And we have all of about 20-30 retirements a year max for a while.
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