Seaport

CBurkFly

Well-Known Member
#23
So I got a call for an interview after seeing a similar article, does anybody have an insider forecast of what this means for the company? Are they actually still bringing pilots onboard or just training a pool of pilots for after they emerge from chapter 11?
 

av8tr1

"Never tell me the odds!"
#24
So I got a call for an interview after seeing a similar article, does anybody have an insider forecast of what this means for the company? Are they actually still bringing pilots onboard or just training a pool of pilots for after they emerge from chapter 11?
It is very unlikely they will emerge from bankruptcy. They are getting ready to down size again. On March 17th they shut down their most profitable route, PDX to OTH. Its already been picked up by Penair. That will leave only PDX to PDT in the PNW. They currently have 7 captains for that 1 route. You do the math. And PDT management is already looking for a replacement for Seapot.
 

CBurkFly

Well-Known Member
#25
It is very unlikely they will emerge from bankruptcy. They are getting ready to down size again. On March 17th they shut down their most profitable route, PDX to OTH. Its already been picked up by Penair. That will leave only PDX to PDT in the PNW. They currently have 7 captains for that 1 route. You do the math. And PDT management is already looking for a replacement for Seapot.
Thanks for the heads up
 
#26
It is very unlikely they will emerge from bankruptcy. They are getting ready to down size again. On March 17th they shut down their most profitable route, PDX to OTH. Its already been picked up by Penair. That will leave only PDX to PDT in the PNW. They currently have 7 captains for that 1 route. You do the math. And PDT management is already looking for a replacement for Seapot.
Is KS going to pick up that one too?
@ASpilot2be
 
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