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Old 15th Jun 2020, 18:49
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Originally Posted by Crusher1 View Post
It does appear that freight wise things are going well. I have heard that DHL are to operate a weekly Hong Kong service using a 747 and also adding a Los Angeles route
Saw her depart yesterday and land the week before, pulled in the crowds that one has. What’s operating the LA?
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Old 15th Jun 2020, 21:42
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Originally Posted by valefan16 View Post
Saw her depart yesterday and land the week before, pulled in the crowds that one has. What’s operating the LA?
Not sure on what aircraft are to be used,, not in the loop quite so much these days, but JFK and Miami routes also mentioned. As I write this the HK flight has just been mentioned on BBC news!

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Old 21st Jun 2020, 10:45
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QUOTE “Not sure on what aircraft are to be used, but JFK and Miami routes also mentioned”

This morning’s flights were operated by the following:

CVG - ABX B763
MIA - AJT B763
JFK - DHK B763

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MAG Group - May 2020


Stansted – 20,607 down 99.2%

Manchester – 18,750 down 99.3%

East Mids – zero


East Mids – 30,547 down 0.7%

Stansted – 21,210 up 14.1%

Manchester 1,342 down 85.9%

Traffic figures at all MAG airports were severely impacted by the outbreak of Covid-19 in May, as travel restrictions and a dramatic reduction in demand for flights impacted the Group’s passenger numbers. MAG’s reduction was reflective of world trends, with global travel demand reduced by 97% compared to previous year, according to UK Government data.

All MAG airports saw passenger figures reduce by at least 99.3% year-on-year in May, with MAG’s three airports serving 39,357 passengers between them, compared with 5.7 million last May.

At London Stansted Airport and East Midlands Airports, cargo figures held up well (STN: +14.1%, EMA: -0.7%) as key freight operators used the airports to keep essential goods flowing into the country and providing UK firms with a key route to export.

East Midlands Airport was one of the most resilient European airports by flight numbers in May, as its important role as the UK’s biggest airport for cargo aircraft continued.

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