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Old 9th Mar 2011, 12:40
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DIJ/NTE

Eastern Airways will add to french domestic network
Dijon / Nantes from 16 may

T37302 DIJ 11:00-12:40 NTE 5
T37302 DIJ 11:30-13:10 NTE ex567
T37308 DIJ 13:10-14:50 NTE 7

T37303 NTE 13:20-15:00 DIJ 5
T37303 NTE 14:00-15:40 DIJ ex567
T37309 NTE 15:20-17:00 DIJ 7
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Old 9th Mar 2011, 21:54
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So when do the E145's start to arrive??
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Old 10th Mar 2011, 05:18
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They have a few 135's, where did you hear they were getting 145's?
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Old 4th May 2011, 08:10
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I have just booked a flight with T3 to fly NCL-CWL. The flight is showing to be operated by a Dornier 328. After a bit more research I found that according to T3's website the D328 aircraft is operating the following flights.

Monday-Friday

T34641 NCL 06:45 CWL 07:50
T34032 CWL 08:15 NCL a 09:20 NCL d 09:45 ABZ 10:40
T34035 ABZ 11:05 NCL 12:00
T34036 NCL 14:15 ABZ 15:00
T34095 ABZ 16:05 NCL a 17:00 NCL d 17:25 CWL 18:40
T34648 CWL 19:10 NCL 20:25

SUNDAY

T34095 ABZ 16:25 NCL a 17:10 NCL d 17:35 CWL 18:40

The return flight from CWL is showing as operated by a S2000.

Are Eastern short of aircraft at the moment?. Is the D328 leased from Scotairways? and how long is the aircraft operating on behalf of T3?

Thanks in advance for any info


OTHER SCHEDULE CHANGES WEF 31 MAY

According to the timetable on T3's website they will also make the following changes wef 31 MAY

ABERDEEN to:

BGO - Drops to 4 x Weekly
LPL - Service reduced from 10 to 5 x Weekly
SOU via LPL - Service reduced from 10 to 5 x Weekly
SOU (Direct) - Increases from 7 to 10 x Weekly

NEWCASTLE

BGO - Current 5 x Weekly direct service changes to 4 x Direct & 1 x Weekly via SVG

SVG - New 4 x Weekly direct service

BERGEN

ABZ - Current 4 x Weekly direct service changes to 3 x Direct & 1 X Weekly Via SVG

NCL - Current 5 x Weekly direct service changes to 3 x Direct & 2 x Weekly via SVG

STAVANGER

ABZ - Current 11 x Weekly Service drops to 10 x Weekly. Weekday departures will change from 09:20 & 18:05 to 13:30 & 18:05

NCL - NEW 5 x Weekly non stop service.


It also looks like they will are no longer be using there ERJ135 on any of there scheduled services

Last edited by BAladdy; 4th May 2011 at 09:45. Reason: To add schedule changes
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Old 4th May 2011, 12:07
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Eastern Airways will add from Dijon a 3 times a week route to Southampton (Mon/Fri/Sun)
- start 6 june (for summer season)
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Old 6th May 2011, 06:10
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Eastern have gone into meltdown mode again, the lunatics are running the asylum
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Old 6th May 2011, 09:26
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Care to elaborate?
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Old 14th May 2011, 19:30
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Humberside Airport

Anybody else heard the rumour about Richard Lake making a substantial bid for HUY?
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Old 14th May 2011, 19:55
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Bit of a step up from Eastern Airways IMO.
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Old 14th May 2011, 23:53
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tonto68, I'd eat my hat if that happened! Can't see it happening in a million after recent Weston Aviation Development.
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Old 15th May 2011, 23:22
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Anyone elaborate on whether the Dash 8's are supposed to be used on the network on a Sunday or if they are short of Saabs? From what I can gather today the Aberdeen-DTV-Southampton was worked by G-WOWC which then positioned back to DTV (to do what? SOU in the morning? I note that now departs 15 mins later and has 10 mins knocked off the trip time?!) and then G-WOWB ran the Aberdeen-Leeds-Bristol then Southampton-DTV-Aberdeen ... talk about a mess, why not just use the 1 Dash 8 on ABZ-DTV-SOU-DTV-ABZ?
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Old 21st May 2011, 22:40
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Is there any truth that Mr Lake came to IOM about the City route? Or the Ginger travelled to him? Can someone elaborate?
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Old 22nd May 2011, 19:17
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Question

Anyone know the meaning of the "Victory Club" sticker on one of the Embraers?
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Old 22nd May 2011, 23:15
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IOM London city?

Nice route for the dashes, does that mean we have a job next month?
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Old 23rd May 2011, 05:46
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I don't think iom to LCY would be a strong route.i think they'd stubble to accomplish a decent yield on it.
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Old 24th May 2011, 21:21
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Dickie Lake = Disgusting behavior if they try that

Tell him to take a running jump, and go get a job in the city, 9 to 5, time with family, good pay and be treated the way you deserve. I have not tried it yet but could be on the cards if this flying rubbish continues for much longer.
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Old 9th Jun 2011, 08:53
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ASW AOC tx failed again today. Tng due to commence tomorrow with OPC using EF procedures therefore now cx along with Sim slots, Flights, Hotac, Hire cars etc. Why did tx fail again? Does anybody know the reason?
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Old 9th Jun 2011, 21:08
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Am I right in thinking there are currently two Jetstreams based in France to do the Dijon-Bordeaux/Nantes/Toulouse? Looking at the times for the new Dijon-Southampton it looks like it calls for a 3rd aircraft to be based down there at least on the Monday and Friday? Any ideas?
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Old 9th Jun 2011, 22:11
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There's only ever been two aircraft based at MME, the Dash is currently covering for a Jetstream for 5/6 weeks on the Southampton unless they need it elsewhere
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Old 18th Jun 2011, 06:16
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Eastern (Air Kilroe)

Eastern (Air Kilroe) applied for a route licence Plymouth - Guernsey

GTB 138 Air Kilroe Limited to operate a scheduled passenger service between Guernsey and Plymouth.

Why are they still using Air Kilroe name?
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