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Old 26th Mar 2017, 23:37
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In Winter 17/18; some flights on the following GVA UK routes are operated by EasyJet Switzerland:

Aberdeen
Birmingham
Bournemouth
Leeds Bradford
London Gatwick
Manchester

and Basel Gatwick....

All those with EZS flights prefixes.
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Old 27th Mar 2017, 04:25
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Originally Posted by EI-BUD
In Winter 17/18; some flights on the following GVA UK routes are operated by EasyJet Switzerland:

Aberdeen
Birmingham
Bournemouth
Leeds Bradford
London Gatwick
Manchester

and Basel Gatwick....

All those with EZS flights prefixes.
BRS also had 1 on a Saturday with ezs flight no
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Old 27th Mar 2017, 06:57
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HB-JXE operated GVA-NCL-GVA some weeks back too
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Old 27th Mar 2017, 07:54
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The INV GVA was also operated by easyjet Switzerland
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Old 27th Mar 2017, 09:38
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Not Leeds

Ezy have pulled out of the LBA-GVA route for the next winter
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Old 27th Mar 2017, 10:55
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Easyjet Swiss are operating GVA-LBA for the next 3 weeks which is when the current service finishes.
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Old 14th Apr 2017, 18:51
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Bases and based aircraft for summer 2017

Gatwick aprox. 60
Luton 21
Malpensa 21
Bristol 14
Geneva 13
Berlin 12
Manchester 11 (12 from July)
Basel 9
Paris (CDG) 9
Amsterdam 8 (base since 2015 but maybe EZY fastest growing base)
Edinburgh 8
Lyon 7 (I think one night stop in Bordeaux)
Stansted 7
Liverpool 7
Paris (Orly) 6
Belfast 5
Lisbon 5
Glasgow 4
Naples 4
Venice 4
Barcelona 4
Porto 3
Hamburg 3
Southend 3
Newcastle 3
Toulouse 3
Nice 3
Mallorca (seasonal base) 3

260 aircrafts allocated - current fleet 266 aircrafts (143 A319 + 123 A320)

I checked early morning departures, press releases from EZY, post from users here in the forum and the investor report from EZY (page 10/11 but data based on 30th September 2016)
http://corporate.easyjet.com/~/media...eport-2016.pdf

By end of September 2016 they had 257 aircrafts but only 249 were allocated to countries/bases: 140 in UK, 29 Italy, 28 France, 22 Switzerland, 13 Germany, 7 Portugal, 7 Netherlands and 3 in Spain

Regarding UK bases we might have experts here who know better than me and please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

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Old 26th Apr 2017, 20:23
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Flights released in the morning, do we think that there will be any surprises in the form of new routes?
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Old 26th Apr 2017, 20:39
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New routes are always released separately from the release of an extended booking period like tomorrow.
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Old 26th Apr 2017, 21:02
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Right now, if I was head of network planning for Easyjet, I'd be holding back from any kind of route announcements and watching the situation in Italy very very carefully with a view to announcing new routes or adding capacity at short notice
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Old 26th Apr 2017, 23:22
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Why? The government already announced another loan to be given to Alitalia and it will never stop.
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 10:31
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The government already announced another loan to be given to Alitalia and it will never stop.

>20 years ago, during the attempted and obviously failed restructuring of Alitalia, the Italian tax-payer was mightily p'd off at the extravagance of tax-payer spending on a lost cause, a real basket case. When you asked anyone from the ground duties departments of Alitalia what their job was, they used to say tug driver or engineer, or.... No, "what is your real job?" So many had 2 jobs because they had so much spare time. I knew senior pursers on old contracts who were paid more than middling senior F/O's on the new Team contracts, and doing less hours.
Management were helpless or useless; you choose. Regarding government loans: I think they only way Brussels will allow that is if they leave EU. I think the fate of Alitalia will be sealed before that happens. Any loans would be screamed at by their competitors. The Etihad life-line was treated with arrogance. The Meditarranean large national airlines seem about to become extinct. Olympic & Iberia have caved in: what's to stop Alitalia making it a trio?
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 10:48
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https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/n...zation-rumours

It seems clear that the unions knew the game was up,but their members still live in fantasy land. Any loan, which will need EU permission, is to permit an orderly funeral.
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Old 27th Apr 2017, 10:56
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Flights released this morning but service to La Palma (SPC) ends in October.
Which is a shame as it is a great destination and growing in popularity.
We went in March, flights were full both ways.
TOM go twice weekly which would suggest demand is there.
Does anyone have any insider knowledge regarding these flights and if they may come back on sale?
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Old 16th May 2017, 08:36
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Just announced to staff and the LSE. 30 existing A320 neo orders have been converted into A321 neo's with delivery from summer 2018
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Old 16th May 2017, 09:00
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Originally Posted by tonyb
Flights released this morning but service to La Palma (SPC) ends in October.
Which is a shame as it is a great destination and growing in popularity.
We went in March, flights were full both ways.
TOM go twice weekly which would suggest demand is there.
Does anyone have any insider knowledge regarding these flights and if they may come back on sale?
These flights will be misssed. We used them in the November and also in January, full both ways twice. La palma can still be reached with Iberia express through Madrid or Vueling through Barcelona. Although these are a lot less convenient as you must change aircraft.
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Old 16th May 2017, 10:02
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Originally Posted by Captain_Caveman
Just announced to staff and the LSE. 30 existing A320 neo orders have been converted into A321 neo's with delivery from summer 2018
easyJet Media Centre
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Old 16th May 2017, 12:38
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Just announced to staff and the LSE. 30 existing A320 neo orders have been converted into A321 neo's with delivery from summer 2018
Going by the images it also looks like easyJet is the first customer for the ultra high density A321Neo which features two overwing exits and no Door 2 forward of the wing.
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Old 16th May 2017, 12:39
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For 'slot constrained airports'. LGW presumably, any others?
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Old 16th May 2017, 12:41
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Originally Posted by inOban
For 'slot constrained airports'. LGW presumably, any others?
AMS, LTN, MAN, CDG/ORY, BRS ?
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