Either way, by contract, they'd be adding a hotel room in Boston, something we know they're trying to cut back on.Again, if there is enough revenue generated, it will pay for the cost of the attendant and there is no reason for anyone to deadhead. You can either split the job at NYPIn the long run there would be too much deadheading involved. If not deadheading BOS <-> NYP, then you'd have to add a hotel room in Boston for the SCA to make the 66/67 turn.
Either way, hopefully we see this happen, even as a test.
or if you want to push, open a position (like they did for the Cardinal) and around the world them at WAS.
This isn't that much different than some of the regional runs.
I'm assuming that an SCA would turn with the equipment in NPN, making it more cost effective long term to use someone from Boston. I mean...it wasn't all that long ago they tried to suggest the LSA turn and come back...