Take a look at the newest form of the diease
Funny. All I see when I look at one is the Bac 1-11, the DC9-10/30, the F28/F100, the 737-200, the BAe146, and the tens of thousands of major airline jobs that no longer resist as a result of two little letters.I always thought the CRJ200 was a sharp looking airplane.
Beg to differ. In early 2001 at US Airways we practically BEGGED management to keep the RJs on the mainline. At least at US Airways, Rakesh Gangwal used force majeur after 9/11 to eliminate some scope protections, and negotiations under threat of bankruptcy to eliminate the rest.but mainliners where to good to fly small planes. RJ's and RJ pilots didn't kill any jobs
Yeah? Which is just a stretched 700, which is just a stretched 200, which is just a stretched Challenger.Notice there's no rear access door (at least on the visible side) for a galley or anything like the 170/90...did they really just stretch the 900 even further?