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  1. I am not sure how far back the FAs furloughs went. But it was several thousand of them. Definitely pretty deep. On the pilot side around 2000 pilots were supposed to be furlough I think closer to 1600 ended up being furloughed because of the mitigation agreements the union and company came up with. As far as why CLT was senior...well cost of living is one of them. ALSO they closed up PIT and a large portion of that base moved down here, pilots, FAs, Mechanics, cleaners etc. So overall the base is senior, lots of USair people. Just like DFW is fairly senior with AA people.
  2. The exact opposite is true. Charlotte is actually very senior. New York and Los Angeles are by far the most Junior.
  3. It passed. I was recalled, but it doesn’t look like AA will train us any time soon. At least we are paid through April. Hopefully the vaccine is successful and the industry can see a recovery. Looking forward to seeing CLTs future.
  4. The city of PIT tried to play hardball and call US's bluff when they threatened to de-hub PIT...US wasn't bluffing. Rest is history. Grew up in PIT. It was a sad time. When I was learning to fly, PIT was in the process of being shuttered. That was strange to witness the skies get quieter.
  5. When I flew for PSA, if a plane was terminating for the night it almost always parked at the E35/36/38 etc gates. Either way I tend to agree with the usage of those gates, at least they are finally building that terminal extension to fix that issue. As far as the walk goes, it normally took me about 10 minutes from those gates to the curb. You must be a slow walker (JK). I never understood why the small extension by E14 was the priority over the larger and more important extension. At least most gates will have jet bridges now.
  6. This is pretty much how it is everywhere that isn't a major hub right now. ORD in the AA terminals is vacant, but apparently the UAL terminals are fairly busy there. PHL, was a ghost town, MIA too, though it was getting busier a while back. Last time I was in SFO it was eerily quiet. PHX was fairly busy, but not as busy a normal. DEN was empty where AA parks, and TSA was scary quiet last time I was there. literally nobody in line. The smaller airports were all EMPTY. Except in FL and TX. Was in Spokane in Sept. and it was actually reasonably busy. PVD was my last airport before furlough, totally quiet, no concessions open.
  7. Before I was furloughed, PHL, DCA, MIA total wastelands. CLT DFW...looked "normal".
  8. next up....the old 320s, old 737s and later the older 777s. AA Also mentioned they could retire another several hundred airplanes in the near future. That is not a good sign for the employees who are still there or the ones who are already furloughed. Those kind of downsizing numbers would drop the pilot group to around 9000 pilots. Which would be another few thousand furloughs to pilots alone. Tell your friends and family to get out and travel. It's safe.
  9. It's exciting to see these additions despite the condition of the airline.
  10. Several schools up that way, swing by a local airport and see who you want to go with.
  11. There are schools at Rock Hill. I also heard at Gastonia. If you want to PM me I have several friends that are cfis, one is about to be on furlough from Delta so he may be interested in helping you out.
  12. Third afternoon is the first scheduled 777 departure for AA.
  13. Take a look at the new point to point routes we just announced.
  14. Some kind of waiver. Not sure the details or limitations.
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