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Section - WHAT WILL M.T.A-I MODERATORS ACCEPT?

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Any posts that discuss issues regarding the air industry are welcomed 
here, provided they do not fall into the reject category (see "WHAT WILL 
M.T.A-I MODERATORS REJECT?" below). Appropriate discussions would 
include, but are not limited to:
 * Airline deregulation in Europe, effect on member states, and 
   passengers.
 * The financial health (or lack thereof) of airlines.
 * Airliner models as related to airline routes, resource allocation,
   capacity, etc.
 * Comments about the industry from insiders (most US airlines have one
   or more employees who read/post to the net, we hope to attract 
   serious comments from these posters to this group).
 * Discussion of all aspects of airline management.
 * Fare changes and discussion of their effects on airline yields.

Press releases from airlines and other airline industry-related 
corporations (i.e. Boeing, Airbus, McDonnell Douglas, IATA):
 * As long as the content is largely informative and not blatant 
   advertising.
 * Announcements of fare sales, route changes, aircraft purchases,
   leases.

Topics can range from small cargo charter operations in the far east to
major international passenger carriers such as British Airways,
American, or Lufthansa. All aspects of commercial aviation operations
are welcome.

[ 
  As a trial, we are taking some of the more "commercial" and less
  "discussion-oriented" posts and posting them seperately in digest form
  with the 
     Subject: [CLASSIFIED] misc.transport.air-industry classified for (date)
  Anyone who submits something that will go in a "classified" posting
  will receive a response saying, "This will be posted in the
  misc.transport.air-industry classified in the next week."

  Examples of things that will be accepted:
     (1) major airline seeking Boeing 727 captain with 3000 hours 
	 experience, email job@somewhere.com"
     (2) "737-300 for sale, Herb, call me at 1-800-BUY-BOEING"
     (3) "airliner models wanted, email some@other.guy"
     (4) "AN-124 for lease during the month of April"

  Here's what we WILL NOT accept in the classified postings:

     (1) buying and selling of airline tickets or frequent flyer miles
     (2) anything non-airline-industry relevant (baseball cards, etc)
     (3) resumes/CVs. job postings are fine but NOT resumes.
     (4) posts over about 20 lines (which automatically stops resumes :-)
]


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