#1 Jan 26, 2014
Aren't SkyWest Airplanes owned by other companies but operated by SkyWest crews.
#2 Feb 1, 2014
Looking back I think Boeing will view SWA as one of it's best, and worst customers. SWA's demand that all 737 models be able to be flown by a pilot holding a single type rating has resulted in an aircraft that is half as comfortable, versatile, and (due to cargo room) profitable as it could have been. Boeing has no choice, however, due to the economy but to comply with their demands. As an example; a 737-900 flying from EWR-DEN a couple days ago had to bump pax for fuel. Denver, are you kidding me!?! That is a severely overstretched airframe. Thanks SWA, for giving the industry this mutant aircraft.
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