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Old 29th Aug 2006, 14:35
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For completeness:

Ryanair have now loaded the times into the system for the Liverpool/Milan Bergamo route for the winter.

The times are the same as now and fly four times per week using a BGY based aircraft.
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Old 29th Aug 2006, 20:21
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Ryanair selling Grenoble and Salzburg in the Daily Post today, when where these announced? Nothing on their site. Saying they start Dec 12th
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Old 29th Aug 2006, 20:37
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Liverpool to Grenoble and Salzburg??
Funny you mention that, because I noticed in the "Find lowest fares" (link along top right of the Ryanair homepage) section today that when Liverpool is selected then both Grenoble and Salzburg are indeed proposed as destinations, although not of yet bookable. Maybe tomorrow
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Old 30th Aug 2006, 16:28
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FR to Grenoble and Salzburg

Grenoble and Salzburg are now bookable on the Ryanair website from December 19th -2-4-6-

(What routes have been reduced to allow for these two new ski routes?)
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Old 30th Aug 2006, 20:33
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The Liverpool to Bergerac service will be dropped for the winter from 4th November and services from Liverpool to Granada, Oslo Torp, Pisa and Reus will all be reduced from 7 to 4 flights a week for the winter.

It is expected that Ryanair will announce another two or three routes from Liverpool for the winter months.
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Old 30th Aug 2006, 21:15
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Ryanair winter schedule at LPL

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Ya Dublin is also reduced for winter: get Aer Lingus out of the way then enjoy the monopoly

These ski routes start December 19th so I would have been expecting a route to operate 1234567 during winter up until mid-December, and only then be reduced to 1-3-5-7 for the rest of the winter.
The entire winter scheduling of the Liverpool aircraft is not so clear yet.
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Old 11th Sep 2006, 12:46
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Using another database the FlyGlobespan Tenerife South continues on into the 2007 summer season.

The daily flights deps LPL at 1200 and arr back at LPL 2135 using a 737-800.
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Old 11th Sep 2006, 12:57
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do you know a/c for STN TFS summer 07
its a 737 now but was told poss bigger a/c in summer
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Old 11th Sep 2006, 13:06
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For completeness;

The flyGlobespan Toronto Hamilton service starts Sunday 6th May 2007 and runs to at least the end of October 2007.

GSM190
Toronto Hamilton Dep2020 (Sunday)
Liverpool Arr0825 (Monday)

GSM189
Liverpool Dep1340 (Monday)
Toronto Hamilton Arr1640 (Monday)

The flights, both inbound and outbound, finish and originate at Stansted.
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Old 11th Sep 2006, 13:10
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Originally Posted by daz211 View Post
do you know a/c for STN TFS summer 07
its a 737 now but was told poss bigger a/c in summer
Its listed as a 737-600 but the rumour on here is that its to be a 757. It maybe the 757 but every route flyGlobespan has is rumoured to be a 757!
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Old 11th Sep 2006, 13:45
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It will not be a B757 for TFS - the B757 will operate the STN-YHM flights S07.

It is more than likely to be a B736 or B733.
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Old 15th Sep 2006, 13:59
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There is a news item thats saying that FlyGlobespan is thinking af switching its yet-to-be-launched Liverpool to New York-Newark flight to serve New York JFK airport.

Must be a strong possibility if this has been made public.
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Old 3rd Oct 2006, 14:08
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Today, with the basing of aircraft #6 and #7, sees the latest batch of routes (11 over the next few days or so) to be started by Ryanair out of Liverpool.

There's going to be another two new routes starting in mid December which will give the airline 34 routes out of Liverpool.

NB there are in fact 8*737-800's on station at Liverpool, the extra one covering for potential delays resulting from LPL's runway re-construction thats taking place betwen early October and late March next year.

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Old 3rd Oct 2006, 16:16
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Has been official for sometime LPL - NYC now operating into JFK.
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Old 3rd Oct 2006, 16:17
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Wow, i did'nt think Ryanair would leave an aircraft just sitting around!
Fair play to them though if they are, at least they would be ensuring passengers aren't too badly affected by delays caused by the airport.
 
Old 7th Oct 2006, 10:01
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Looks like Air Malta are trying to get in before FR/EZY do with a new route from Liverpool starting 4th May 2007.

The twice weekly flight to Liverpool will operate every Monday and Friday.

The Monday flight KM156/7 to Liverpool will depart Malta International Airport at 0700hrs arriving in Liverpool at 0935hrs. The return flight, Liverpool - Malta, departs Liverpool at 1025hrs arriving in Malta at 1455hrs.

Friday’s flight departs Malta at 1645hrs arriving in Liverpool at 1920hrs. The return flight Liverpool - Malta departs Liverpool at 2010hrs arriving in Malta at 0040hrs.
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Old 7th Oct 2006, 12:26
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Hmmmm , only a matter of time ,I think, before RYR react to this move!
 
Old 24th Oct 2006, 15:05
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Some passenger numbers noticed on flights taken over the last day or two;
22nd Oct FR1842 Liverpool/Aberdeen had 165 passengers
24th Oct FR1847 Inverness/Liverpool had 35 passengers (Inbound Liverpool flight to Inverness brought in 131 passengers)
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Old 24th Oct 2006, 16:13
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That outward Inverness route looks a tad dodgy , inbound service is a bit better though .
 
Old 24th Oct 2006, 19:17
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Reports of a small light aircarft crashed at the end of the runway at LPL. Pilot and passenger are ok. Flights diverting to EMA
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