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crj200/900

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Anybody know if envoy planning on just operating E175 in the future??? seems like they are heading in that direction...
 

BigZ

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just curious, they have new E175 coming and maybe they are getting rid of the E145
CRJs are going away
Vast majority of 140/145s are staying.
175s are growing substantially.
For Envoy to be an all 175 airline, some other places would need to have their Eagle-branded "widebody RJs" pulled. Like ~100 airplanes
 

crj200/900

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CRJs are going away
Vast majority of 140/145s are staying.
175s are growing substantially.
For Envoy to be an all 175 airline, some other places would need to have their Eagle-branded "widebody RJs" pulled. Like ~100 airplanes
okay
 

Beefy McGee

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What I want to know is why don’t Envoy pilots wave to pilots from other AA (maybe all) regionals when we pass each other on the ramp?

Piedmont crews wave, PSA crews wave, TSA crews wave, XJT crews wave, Republic crews wave, Air Wisconsin that don’t fly for AA anymore still usually wave... Envoy, never.

What’s up with that?
 

This is My Screen Name

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What I want to know is why don’t Envoy pilots wave to pilots from other AA (maybe all) regionals when we pass each other on the ramp?

Piedmont crews wave, PSA crews wave, TSA crews wave, XJT crews wave, Republic crews wave, Air Wisconsin that don’t fly for AA anymore still usually wave... Envoy, never.

What’s up with that?
FU that's why
 

osen325

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Envoy, Piedmont and PSA being wholly owned subsidiaries of American Airlines Group, they are reorganizing the fleet for the future to be as follows: Envoy - 175, Piedmont - 140/145, and PSA -CRJ7/900. Envoy will however, still have a few select 140/145s on-hand but still transferring majority over. We used to have about 40+ 140/145s parked here at KSJT awaiting their demise until they decided to do the whole reorganization. Currently we have 7 on-hand here for back-up/spare parts. That is all I know.
 

crj200/900

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Envoy, Piedmont and PSA being wholly owned subsidiaries of American Airlines Group, they are reorganizing the fleet for the future to be as follows: Envoy - 175, Piedmont - 140/145, and PSA -CRJ7/900. Envoy will however, still have a few select 140/145s on-hand but still transferring majority over. We used to have about 40+ 140/145s parked here at KSJT awaiting their demise until they decided to do the whole reorganization. Currently we have 7 on-hand here for back-up/spare parts. That is all I know.
how long is this transformation
 

Autothrust Blue

The frakkin’ CAG
CRJs are going away
Vast majority of 140/145s are staying.
175s are growing substantially.
For Envoy to be an all 175 airline, some other places would need to have their Eagle-branded "widebody RJs" pulled. Like ~100 airplanes
I doubt the Compass AA contract will last, personally. Although, I can’t remember what last I heard on those frames.
 

osen325

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how long is this transformation
As far as I know its still on-going, without any "interruptions" to flight operations. However, pulling aircraft out of SJT has been complete, pretty much all throughout 2018 starting late '17 (I believe they returned back 3-4 acft a month back into rev fleet).

"American has just announced that it is exercising its options for 15 additional Embraer 175 (E175) aircraft, to be operated by Envoy. These new aircraft are expected to begin arriving at a rate of three per month, starting in early 2020.
This is in addition to the 25 E175s currently on order that begin arriving later this month and continue through 2019."
"In total 40 more -175s will arrive in the next 18 months. "
 
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BigZ

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What I want to know is why don’t Envoy pilots wave to pilots from other AA (maybe all) regionals when we pass each other on the ramp?

Piedmont crews wave, PSA crews wave, TSA crews wave, XJT crews wave, Republic crews wave, Air Wisconsin that don’t fly for AA anymore still usually wave... Envoy, never.

What’s up with that?
Watching the calorie burn. Extraneous movements adversely affect efficiency.
 
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