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Old 3rd Mar 2016, 13:35
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Nice

Any info. please when January 2017 flights to Nice from Manchester/Liverpool will go on sale?
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Old 3rd Mar 2016, 14:11
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Originally Posted by Prestonian
Any info. please when January 2017 flights to Nice from Manchester/Liverpool will go on sale?

http://www.easyjet.com/en/schedule-release
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Old 3rd Mar 2016, 22:04
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EZ website states that flights for the Christmas period will go on sale in mid-April.
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Old 12th Mar 2016, 23:36
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Old 13th Mar 2016, 09:28
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Some new routes easyJet have recently announced:

LGW-TIV (2 weekly) (Seasonal)
LTN-DBV (2 weekly) (Seasonal)

With an array of routes from easyJet being axed from Gatwick including Brussels, Moscow & Düsseldorf I was hoping it would mean that EZY would announce more routes in there place, but clearly not. What routes is EZY missing from Gatwick? I was thinking they could serve Warsaw, Casablanca, Reus, Tirana & Istanbul?

Does anyone else have any thoughts about gaps in EZY's Gatwick operations?

I was also confused at how EZY are axing the Moscow route even though 1 daily flight is always full and the fares aren't cheap either!
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Old 13th Mar 2016, 18:15
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With easyJet I think you have to follow the mantra, so business routes with frequency, or leisure routes they can win on (not Eastern Europe).
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Old 20th Mar 2016, 02:33
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EZY CC Clean a/c

Hi there, I'd be ever so grateful if you could confirm whether the cc clean the entire a/c (brushing floors, tray tables, toilets etc) down route or is it how most other airlines operate as collecting rubbish from seat pockets, collecting these during flight.

Is this a paid incentive or was this incorporated into the salary increase?
Many thanks for your kind help that is greatly received!
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Old 20th Mar 2016, 10:24
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The aircraft receive a deep clean every night at their base and on turnarounds the cabin crew security check and perform a cabin tidy to remove rubbish from seat pockets and under seats and overhead lockers. They'll also remove used sick bags from seat areas that pax have filled and dumped and soiled nappies from seat pockets too that parents leave behind after changing nappies in the cabin. Then they remove stowed garbage that has collected during the flight.

Toilets are restocked during flights and on turns too. If there's a 'mess' then cleaners are called to attend to it. Same goes for cabin floors.

Tray tables are security checked on turn arounds too. Only when someone's trampled a whole tube of Pringles into the carpet will the brushes come out.

It's part of the salary. No incentives whatsoever. However U2 CC are fairly well paid so they just get on with it.
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Old 20th Mar 2016, 13:56
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Thank you for taking the time to respond to my thread 'HeartyMeatballs', your response was very informative and I appreciate your input.
As I understand eventually after much talks and many brick walls hit upon, the CC successfully received a pay award of up-to 5.1% (this being CM) over two years.
So in no way was an entire aircraft clean forced onto the crew?

Thanks again in advance.
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Old 21st Mar 2016, 11:41
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HeartyMeatballs, surely you don't mean a proper "deep clean" every single night.

Depending on the airline, these are normally only several times a year due to the time/effort/cost required. Often done when they are not due to fly, such as if they are AoG or in for big maintenance like a C-check.

Deep clean tends to include things like scrubbing down walls/ceilings, wet vacuuming carpets, removing seat cushions to vacuum under them and in seat pockets, etc.


I would think it's far more likely to be something like whacking out the hoover and wiping down the seats/tray tables, rather than a deep clean.
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Old 21st Mar 2016, 18:20
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No sorry I mean a full vacuum all seats and toilets restocked. They're not wet vacuumed however as far as I know.

TM2TCA - it's part of the cabin crew's roles and responsibilities so they have to do it. They don't get a choice. It's more of a 'tidy' than a clean. It's much more about security than anything else.
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Old 4th Apr 2016, 16:22
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anyone know what is used on Gatwick-Toulouse flights
flying this Sunday any chance of a spanking new A320W

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Old 4th Apr 2016, 17:14
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Currently all planned as 319s I'm afraid. Sorry.
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Old 5th Apr 2016, 07:47
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And be advised that like hold baggage, spanking needs to be paid for in advance. Yes I agree, an utter pain in the arse.
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Does anyone know if G-EZDU is in the new livery? Cheers
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Old 6th Apr 2016, 23:01
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Originally Posted by BFS BHD
Does anyone know if G-EZDU is in the new livery? Cheers
Yes, it is.

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Old 7th Apr 2016, 09:39
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Thanks for the info!
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Old 7th Apr 2016, 10:15
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A very usefull site for info like that is
jethro's Fleet Listings


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Thanks for the link.
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easyJet shares turbulent amid fears it has fallen so far behind low-cost airline rival Ryanair it might not be able to catch up | Daily Mail Online
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