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Old 28th Dec 2012, 17:32
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I would love to see a 5th Airbus at Cork, but I can't see it happening this summer. The VS flying out of LHR will require 4 aircraft. 2 A320s were scheduled to leave the fleet and 2 A319s were to join. It is assumed that the departing A320s will now stay. Assuming EI plan to operate a similar S13 schedule from DUB, ORK, SNN and Belfast that still leaves them more or less two aircraft short, before adding any aircraft to Cork.
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Old 28th Dec 2012, 21:45
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The BE flights is a weekly charter, operates on a W pattern with a BHD based E195
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Old 28th Dec 2012, 22:33
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They'll need to change the schedule further to do it with 4 aircraft.
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Old 2nd Jan 2013, 19:46
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Anyone know what the pax. figures are like for Nov & Dec yet?
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Old 3rd Jan 2013, 17:49
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Aer Lingus - Summer 2013 (mainline) May -> September

No 5th aircraft unfortunately, here's the Aer Lingus mainline Summer 2013 schedule between May and September. Gran Canaria and Tenerife also operate up to and including April and resume from September.

A/C 1 - A320:

EI710 ORK-LHR 0715/0845 MTWTFSS 1hrs 30mins
EI711 LHR-ORK 0930/1050 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins

EI712 ORK-LHR 1145/1305 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins
EI715 LHR-ORK 1350/1510 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins

EI722 ORK-LHR 1600/1720 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins
EI723 LHR-ORK 1815/1935 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins

EI724 ORK-LHR 2015/2135 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins
EI725 LHR-ORK 2215/2330 MTWTFSS 1hrs 15mins

A/C 2 - A320:

EI840 ORK-AMS 0600/0845 MTWTFSS 1hrs 45mins
EI841 AMS-ORK 0925/1010 MTWTFSS 1hrs 45mins

EI868 ORK-BCN 1050/1410 M-W-F-S 2hrs 20mins
EI869 BCN-ORK 1450/1620 M-W-F-S 2hrs 30mins

EI836 ORK-MUC 1050/1410 -T-T-S- 2hrs 20mins
EI837 MUC-ORK 1450/1630 -T-T-S- 2hrs 30mins

EI844 ORK-AMS 1710/2000 MTWTFSS 1hrs 50mins
EI845 AMS-ORK 2040/2125 MTWTFSS 1hrs 45mins

A/C 3 - A320:

EI882 ORK-AGP 0700/1050 MTWTFSS 2hrs 50mins
EI883 AGP-ORK 1130/1330 MTWTFSS 3hrs 00mins

EI846 ORK-BRU 1410/1645 M---F-- 1hrs 35mins
EI847 BRU-ORK 1725/1805 M---F-- 1hrs 40mins

EI876 ORK-ACE 1420/1815 -T-T-S- 3hrs 55mins
EI877 ACE-ORK 1900/2250 -T-T-S- 3hrs 50mins

EI860 ORK-PMI 1630/2000 --W---S 2hrs 30mins
EI861 PMI-ORK 2040/2225 --W---S 2hrs 45mins

EI890 ORK-LIS 1845/2105 M---F-- 2hrs 20mins
EI891 LIS-ORK 2145/0005 M---F-- 2hrs 20mins

A/C 4 - A320:

EI822 ORK-CDG 0645/0925 MTWTFSS 1hrs 40mins*
EI823 CDG-ORK 1005/1050 MTWTFSS 1hrs 45mins*

EI896 ORK-FAO 1130/1400 MTWTFSS 2hrs 30mins
EI903 FAO-SNN 1440/1720 M-W-F-- 2hrs 40mins
EI897 FAO-ORK 1440/1710 -T-T-SS 2hrs 30mins

EI856 ORK-ALC 1750/2130 ---T--S 2hrs 40mins
EI857 ALC-ORK 2210/2355 ---T--S 2hrs 45mins

EI824 ORK-NCE 1800/2120 -T---S- 2hrs 20mins
EI825 NCE-ORK 2210/2345 -T---S- 2hrs 35mins

EI904 SNN-FAO 1800/2040 M-W-F-- 2hrs 40mins
EI899 FAO-ORK 2120/2350 M-W-F-- 2hrs 30mins

**Current bookable schedule will be updated to near enough these times in due course.

CORK (ORK)
Alicante (ALC)
Amsterdam (AMS)
Barcelona (BCN)
Brussels (BRU)
Faro (FAO)
Lanzarote (ACE)
Lisbon (LIS)
London/Heathrow (LHR)
Malaga (AGP)
Nice (NCE)
Palma Majorca (PMI)
Paris (CDG)
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Old 3rd Jan 2013, 17:59
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These CDG times will be great.
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Old 3rd Jan 2013, 18:06
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Aer Lingus Regional - Summer 2013 May -> September

Aer Lingus Regional's Summer 2013 Schedule.

A/C 1 - ATR72:

EI3700 ORK-BHX 0640/0810 MTWTFSS 1hrs 30mins
EI3701 BHX-ORK 0840/1015 MTWTFSS 1hrs 35mins

EI3842 ORK-BRS 1040/1200 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins
EI3843 BRS-ORK 1225/1345 MTWTFSS 1hrs 20mins

EI3802 ORK-EDI 1415/1600 MTWTFSS 1hrs 45mins
EI3673 EDI-SNN 1640/1820 MTWTFSS 1hrs 40mins

EI3674 SNN-EDI 1850/2025 MTWTFSS 1hrs 35mins
EI3807 EDI-ORK 2050/2240 MTWTFSS 1hrs 50mins

A/C 2 - ATR72:

EI3720 ORK-MAN 0700/0835 MTWTFSS 1hrs 35mins
EI3721 MAN-ORK 0905/1040 MTWTFSS 1hrs 35mins

EI3922 ORK-JER 1105/1245 -T---S- 1hrs 40mins
EI3923 JER-ORK 1310/1455 -T---S- 1hrs 45mins

EI3832 ORK-GLA 1110/1245 M-WTF-S 1hrs 35mins
EI3833 GLA-ORK 1310/1450 M-WTF-S 1hrs 40mins

EI3706 ORK-BHX 1520/1650 MTWTFSS 1hrs 30mins
EI3707 BHX-ORK 1720/1855 MTWTFSS 1hrs 35mins

EI3728 ORK-MAN 1920/2050 MTWTFSS 1hrs 30mins
EI3729 MAN-ORK 2120/2255 MTWTFSS 1hrs 35mins

NON-BASED - ATR72:

EI3915 RNS-ORK 1320/1415 -----S- 1hrs 55mins
EI3916 ORK-RNS 1440/1730 -----S- 1hrs 50mins

CORK (ORK)
Birmingham (BHX)
Bristol (BRS)
Edinburgh (EDI)
Glasgow (GLA)
Jersey (JER)
Manchester (MAN)
Rennes (RNS)

Aer Lingus (mainline) & Aer Lingus Regional - Summer 2013:

Aer Lingus:
Much the same as last year with Barcelona & Faro seeing increased flights, Brussels with reduced flights and routes to London/Gatwick and Rome being axed.

Aer Lingus Regional:
Against Summer 2012 flights to Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester have been reduced. Rennes operates a particularly low-season this year operating in just July and September at once weekly - service operated twice weekly in 2012. The schedule remains much the same however.
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Old 3rd Jan 2013, 19:54
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Thanks for those schedules Jack! Interesting change for Paris CDG with the new early morning schedule!
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Old 3rd Jan 2013, 23:28
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So 3 of Europes' 4 main hubs now have early morning departures from Cork!
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Old 4th Jan 2013, 10:45
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>>These CDG times will be great.<<

Not if you have to get to ORK or CDG for the flight from anywhere else!!! The hotels/b&bs will be happy

Equally ORK-NCE in the other sense, arriving ORK 23.45......

Call that an improvement??

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Old 17th Jan 2013, 10:17
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....yes, as the first part of a strategy to increase Cork Paris to double daily.
Would that keep you happy ?
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Old 17th Jan 2013, 11:28
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Still no sign of Carcasonne appearing on the FR site, any one hear any news of it.
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Old 19th Jan 2013, 13:44
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Not only is the airport weighed down with debt, but the jobsworths running it are trying to push customers away. Last Sunday night, having arrived back into Cork, i was waiting outside for my lift. And waiting. I didn't know at the time but the Airport police jobsworths were deflecting all traffic away from the drop off area outside the terminal, and another one forcing cars into the Multistorey carpark. Their excuse being that they couldn't cope with all the cars !!!

What did they do in 2007 ???? It's an absolute joke, and apparently this is a regular occurrence on a Sunday evening.

What made it worse, is that even though I was just being picked up, we were forced to pay parking fees because the scammers in the CAA have taken away the 0-15 minute free drop off/collect in the Multistorey.

I was never for a sell off of crucial infrastructure but the shower allegedly running the airport are so incompetent, I'm being won over to the notion of the airport being sold off.
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Old 20th Jan 2013, 08:32
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Maybe you didn't, but the 'trick' many people use is to drive up to the terminal and then use the mobile to phone in to the mate in the terminal..... The airport police look out for single occupant cars and divert them. Sort of logical, don't you think? There would never be enough room in the drop off for that sort of behaviour.

Admittedly stopping the free time is stupid, but some bean counters cannot be stopped from their nonsense.

Indicates that at some times the airport is busy
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Old 20th Jan 2013, 15:40
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Sunday nights are particularly busy at the moment but it won't be long quietening down if Wizzair continue to pull routes.
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Old 22nd Jan 2013, 15:09
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Wizzair

I still don't understand why Wizzair have never considered starting routes to the likes of Prague, Budapest and Bucharest....
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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 07:30
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Maybe you didn't, but the 'trick' many people use is to drive up to the terminal and then use the mobile to phone in to the mate in the terminal..... The airport police look out for single occupant cars and divert them. Sort of logical, don't you think? There would never be enough room in the drop off for that sort of behaviour.

Admittedly stopping the free time is stupid, but some bean counters cannot be stopped from their nonsense.

Indicates that at some times the airport is busy
Yes I had called my relation who headed up to the airport then. She was stuck in the traffic as each person obviously wound down the window to ask the jobsworth what the problem was. Meanwhile the road outside the terminal was virtually empty !!! It obviously didn't occur to the jobsworth at the entrance to the pickup/dropoff area to divert traffic when the area was FULL.

They diverted ALL cars, not just single occupant cars.

There weren't any airport police outside the terminal itself to advise people (including elderly people) what they were up to. It's bad enough that the DAA's incompetence is visited on us, without self-inflicted wounds. Is it because there are so many non nationals going through for flights, at this time, I wonder ?
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Old 23rd Jan 2013, 22:52
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Latest News > Passenger Numbers Up 5% in December at Cork Airport
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Old 24th Jan 2013, 15:57
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ORK - CDG timings.

Apropos, if there was ever to be 2x daily I'd be delired, but I dont like asphyxia so I'm not holding my breath.

I note the sector on Monday last was cancelled, all the other IRL-Fr flights operated, not enough pax for the ORK departure, or saving money, or picked off by Aeroports de Paris as too little to be bothered about??
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Old 24th Jan 2013, 18:24
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Aer Lingus having problems securing an early morning slot. So expect times to return to what they were last year.
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