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Old 02-01-2013, 10:17 AM   #1  
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Does anyone know what the fleet sizes of CAL and UAL were at merger announcement? This is what I got from Wikipedia, not sure it is correct.

Aircraft - - - - UAL - - - - - CAL
B747 - - - - - - 24
A350 - - - - - - 25 orders
B777 - - - - - - 52 - - - - - - 22
B787 - - - - - - 25 orders - - 25 orders
B767 - - - - - - 32 - - - - - - 24
B757 - - - - - - 92 - - - - - - 62
A320/B737 - - 153 - - - - - 240
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Does anyone know what the fleet sizes of CAL and UAL were at merger announcement?
Looks about right for CAL. I think CAL had 26 767s (16 764s and 10 762s). Might have had one or two fewer 777s and probably had a few less 737s, but you're definitely close.
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Attachment A to the Transition Agreement has both fleet details at MAD
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Awesome. Thanks.
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Does anyone know what the fleet sizes of CAL and UAL were at merger announcement? This is what I got from Wikipedia, not sure it is correct.

Aircraft - - - - UAL - - - - - CAL
B747 - - - - - - 24
A350 - - - - - - 25 orders
B777 - - - - - - 52 - - - - - - 22
B787 - - - - - - 25 orders - - 25 orders
B767 - - - - - - 32 - - - - - - 24
B757 - - - - - - 92 - - - - - - 62
A320/B737 - - 153 - - - - - 240
What was for growth and which ones were replacement orders?
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What was for growth and which ones were replacement orders?
According to the merger doc between the unions, nothing was for replacement, it was all to be considered growth. United had parked the entire DC-fleet and the 747-200's a while back, so the A-350's were just to grow the widebody fleets.
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According to the merger doc between the unions, nothing was for replacement, it was all to be considered growth. United had parked the entire DC-fleet and the 747-200's a while back, so the A-350's were just to grow the widebody fleets.
I thought the A350 was a direct 744 replacement...
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I thought the A350 was a direct 744 replacement...
Assuming the A350

A) Ever gets produced
B) Ever gets delivered
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Assuming the A350

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B) Ever gets delivered
I BET the batteries work though !
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Oh come on. They work. And after the flight, you get your own on-board fireworks display.

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