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Old 07-10-2018, 07:47 AM   #1  
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Bombardiers plane in new paint.
We should still order a ton of them.
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Bombardiers plane in new paint.
We should still order a ton of them.
Yeah, and Kirby thinks Mesa's gonna fly 'em.
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Yeah, and Kirby thinks Mesa's gonna fly 'em.
He can THINK AGAIN
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I guess this means our CS-100 and CS-300 payrates are no longer needed and we will have to negotiate some new rates for the A-220-100 and A-220-300
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I guess this means our CS-100 and CS-300 payrates are no longer needed and we will have to negotiate some new rates for the A-220-100 and A-220-300
Why? They are the same airplane.
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Jetblue just ordered 60

Where is Kirby......been awful quiet the past 2 months
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Why? They are the same airplane.



For the exact same reason the arbitrator ruled against us on the 777 overhead crew rest facility grievance...He ruled that our contract specified a "Boeing Overhead Crew Rest facility." Not withstanding that Boeing had stopped installing them and had other finishing companies install them...


So, because "Boeing" didn't install them any longer, our grievance was denied and we had the abortion that became a the different crew rest set ups in that airplane...


An A220 is not a CS-100

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Why? They are the same airplane.
Nooooo its an Airbus A-220....let me know when you find that acft in our contract.

Time to get that pay rate up.
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Nooooo its an Airbus A-220....let me know when you find that acft in our contract.

Time to get that pay rate up.
Waaaaay up!
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