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Old 11-19-2019, 02:14 PM   #1  
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Hey all,

I currently have a blog that analyzes the decisions airline network planners and executive leadership makes (flydataguy.com). I am currently working on a post regarding the CRJ-550, what it means and why I believe the executive team decided to order the plan.

I am not a United pilot nor have worked at an airline as a pilot. But I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express once and I earned 1,000 hours before deciding the lifestyle wasn't for me. I interviewed at Mesaba long ago right before the economy tanked in 2008

I was wondering if someone would be willing to share the actual scope verbiage with me. It will be quoted on the blog in the morning. I have looked, but I haven't been able to find the actual contract online.

Thanks,
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Try searching United Pilot Contract 2013.
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Hey all,

I currently have a blog that analyzes the decisions airline network planners and executive leadership makes (flydataguy.com). I am currently working on a post regarding the CRJ-550, what it means and why I believe the executive team decided to order the plan.

I am not a United pilot nor have worked at an airline as a pilot. But I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express once and I earned 1,000 hours before deciding the lifestyle wasn't for me. I interviewed at Mesaba long ago right before the economy tanked in 2008

I was wondering if someone would be willing to share the actual scope verbiage with me. It will be quoted on the blog in the morning. I have looked, but I haven't been able to find the actual contract online.

Thanks,
I donít have the exact language in front of me so someone else can post it. But make no mistake, the only reason Kirby is doing it is to give us (pilots) and our scope clause the finger.
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Thanks. It pulled it right up.
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Nice blog post!
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Thanks! I will be following up. A few pilots on Twitter rightfully pointed out a major flaw in my fleet analysis. I had the understanding the jets were all brand new. I was wrong. I'll be digging into a hypothesis I have regarding why the aircraft was developed. Likely post next Monday or Wednesday for those having to work over Thanksgiving.
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