PSA announces PHL and ORF crew domiciles

#1
Opening May 2018 with plans for roughly 20 lines and 9 reserve lines for approximately 30 crews in PHL and 12 lines and 8 reserve lines for a total of 20 crews in ORF.

Unofficially I’ve heard that “more domiciles” are coming in the next 12-18 months which coincides with our growth to 150 airframes.
 

swakid8

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#2
Opening May 2018 with plans for roughly 20 lines and 9 reserve lines for approximately 30 crews in PHL and 12 lines and 8 reserve lines for a total of 20 crews in ORF.

Unofficially I’ve heard that “more domiciles” are coming in the next 12-18 months which coincides with our growth to 150 airframes.
Are these lines on top of current lines or will they come from other bases?


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#3
Are these lines on top of current lines or will they come from other bases?


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Don’t quote me, but my initial understanding is that the PHL lines will come from several of our existing bases that already do PHL flying. And I think the ORF base will be mostly from CLT and DCA flying but it’s a small base so it likely won’t have a huge impact on the ongoing operations in those bases. And I believe that we will have grown by a further 4 airframes by that time so some of those lines will be pure growth.
 

swakid8

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#4
Are these lines on top of current lines or will they come from other bases?


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Don’t quote me, but my initial understanding is that the PHL lines will come from several of our existing bases that already do PHL flying. And I think the ORF base will be mostly from CLT and DCA flying but it’s a small base so it likely won’t have a huge impact on the ongoing operations in those bases. And I believe that we will have grown by a further 4 airframes by that time so some of those lines will be pure growth.
What are the odds you think I can get ORF out of training? I start Indoc on the 26th of Feb


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learhawkerbe400

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#7
Are these lines on top of current lines or will they come from other bases?


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Don’t quote me, but my initial understanding is that the PHL lines will come from several of our existing bases that already do PHL flying. And I think the ORF base will be mostly from CLT and DCA flying but it’s a small base so it likely won’t have a huge impact on the ongoing operations in those bases. And I believe that we will have grown by a further 4 airframes by that time so some of those lines will be pure growth.
What are the odds you think I can get ORF out of training? I start Indoc on the 26th of Feb


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I commute out of ORF and i only see a handful of PSA guys.
 

swakid8

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#8
Are these lines on top of current lines or will they come from other bases?


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Don’t quote me, but my initial understanding is that the PHL lines will come from several of our existing bases that already do PHL flying. And I think the ORF base will be mostly from CLT and DCA flying but it’s a small base so it likely won’t have a huge impact on the ongoing operations in those bases. And I believe that we will have grown by a further 4 airframes by that time so some of those lines will be pure growth.
What are the odds you think I can get ORF out of training? I start Indoc on the 26th of Feb


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I commute out of ORF and i only see a handful of PSA guys.
That's good to know!


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JDean3204

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#13
Damn, if I hadn’t already made a lateral regional move I’d be all over that ORF base. The wife always talks about living my in Va Beach again..
 

deadstick

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#16
Looks like it
With that said, 50+ EMB140s that are getting reactivated to replace ZW CRJ200s are going to Envoy

140s?!? I thought the beer I’m drinking was packaged in a 140. While they’re at it, just get the Saaabs and 135 back, too. With Air Wisc flying United colors we really have the Way Back machine working overtime. I bet we could find an ATP to park at ORD.
 

BigZ

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#17
140s?!? I thought the beer I’m drinking was packaged in a 140. While they’re at it, just get the Saaabs and 135 back, too. With Air Wisc flying United colors we really have the Way Back machine working overtime. I bet we could find an ATP to park at ORD.
Yup, 140s get new paint, interior and go to LGA.
Funny how it works.
 
#18
Is this because Air Wis is closing ORF and PHL as part of their switch back to United from US/AA?
Yes and no. But mostly yes. I also think more 76 seaters in PHL is going to be a stop-gap when the 190 stars retiring next year. I heard that some of the PSA PHL flying will be “longer legs” to the Midwest. Perhaps as far west as PHL-DEN. Though that rumor hasn’t been substantiated. Worth noting I saw that we have begun more ORD flying too.
 
#20
Yes and no. But mostly yes. I also think more 76 seaters in PHL is going to be a stop-gap when the 190 stars retiring next year. I heard that some of the PSA PHL flying will be “longer legs” to the Midwest. Perhaps as far west as PHL-DEN. Though that rumor hasn’t been substantiated. Worth noting I saw that we have begun more ORD flying too.
"Regional"...
 
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