Just a small question, Atlantis: is this what you have been told is their idea, or what you think is their plan?Atlantis wrote: ↑26 Apr 2020, 22:53The planes of Cityjet are normally calculated in those 10, or around 10, planes that has to leave the fleet.
More will be announced soon what the strategy will be and about the loan they will receive.
Normally no A330 will leave the fleet as those are the money makers. Probably those planes ex-Thomas Cook and a majority of the A319
Because the whole industry is aiming for something like a 25% cut and this is reflected also in the numbers of for instance Austrian and others which have come out so far, so it seems to me that what you say for B.air is not in line with that?
I would expect them to cut 2 to 3 intercontinental planes and 8 or 9 for Europe? That would more or less be in line with the general projections of a 25% cut and be in line with others in their group and beyond...
Besides, they've cancelled their Montreal flight and will likely be staying away from the US too given the travel ban by Trump, so where would they use the planes used on those routes on then? European flights?
Are they suitable for that?
Just curious to how you see them, with your insight and knowledge.