I curious what others think the effect of UACO adopting the CO scope clause would be from the passenger's prospective. For those who don’t know, currently CO mainline pilots fly aircraft > 50 seats while UA pilots fly aircraft > 70 seats. Obviously, getting more extremely well trained UA pilots into the cockpits is a good thing from the public safely perspective (no offense intended to the vast majority of regional pilots who are also well trained). But what else do we get. I'm guessing the planes stay the same so no IFE (including ch 9) and no ovens in most of the RJs. It's also unclear to me if FAs would be contracts or mainline. However, it is likely that ticket prices would increase to cover the higher crew costs. I've never flown CO 70 seat aircraft so maybe someone with experience can tell us what would be different?