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Old 10th Feb 2010, 20:53
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Any truth that Easyjet have been sending out e mails informing of cancelled flights and then sending back up e mails saying sorry - not cancelling but changing flight times? Apparantly this has been happening over last 48 hours?
Yes it is true I booked flights BFS - STN - BFS paid £60.00 got an email an hour later and found out it was cancelled then 2 hours later an email to say flight times has changed by 1 hour each way. I was ready to book flights to MAN when i saw that they where cancelled
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Old 10th Feb 2010, 21:10
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Yep we got one last night re Liverpool to Faro.

We had already been cancelled for the same trip by BMIbaby so last night I was
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Old 12th Feb 2010, 01:12
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3FM - The Isle of Man's radio station
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Old 12th Feb 2010, 17:00
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Today EZY launched its 500th route (MXP-OPO).
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Old 12th Feb 2010, 19:42
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Today EZY launched its 500th route (MXP-OPO).
Considering that Ryanair operate over 1000, it really does show how U2 work on frequency...
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 07:55
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New routes & new destinations

from 22nd May LPL-IOM 6 weekly, from June 4 weekly
from 19 th June GVA-PRN (Pristina, Kosovo) 2 weekly
from 26th June BSL-PRN 2 weekly
from 30th August GVA-TLV 4 weekly
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 08:29
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Liverpool/IOM starts 21st May.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 09:04
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Timetables

New style timetables are now loaded until the end of October and October month is now bookable.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 09:13
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a random check in oct for LPL-IOM shows it daily except tuesday and timing differences when compared to when the schedule commences

changes look like they come into effect 2 oct
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:00
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easyJet Timetable Bombshell

For the first time in over 20 years, it looks like there is to be no Saturday flight home from Liverpool to Belfast on a Saturday evening. Looking at the start of the next football season in August, the current easyJet timetable shows the last flight home from Liverpool on a Saturday to be at 17.15.

Unless an additional flight is added into their schedule at a later date, this will mean the end of day‑return trips on a Saturday for us for the foreseeable future (except for the 12.45pm kick offs).

Realistically, is there any hope of an additional flight appearing on their timetable?


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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:25
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For some reason the 10th based aircraft schedules at Liverpool has disappeared into the ether and that may have had the extra BFS flight you would have wanted.

The airlines CEO did promise some weeks ago that more Liverpool routes would be announced and todays IOM is the first since then.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:28
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For the first time in over 20 years, it looks like there is to be no Saturday flight home from Liverpool to Belfast on a Saturday evening. Looking at the start of the next football season in August, the current easyJet timetable shows the last flight home from Liverpool on a Saturday to be at 17.15.

Unless an additional flight is added into their schedule at a later date, this will mean the end of day‑return trips on a Saturday for us for the foreseeable future (except for the 12.45pm kick offs).

Realistically, is there any hope of an additional flight appearing on their timetable?
might just be my bad memory, but i can recall this happened last year, maybe not just as early but there was defo a stage in the schedule last year (either the end (last month) of the summer schedule or the start of winter) that the last turnaround from BFS was to GLA round 1800.. could be wrong though

could be that either BFS or LPLs schedule is not 100% confirmed yet... if theres a demand for the flight then im sure they will add it in..

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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:34
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could be that either BFS or LPLs schedule is not 100% confirmed yet... if theres a demand for the flight then im sure they will add it in..
Could be right, but the demand is there as its EZYs busiest.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:40
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LPL - IOM - LPL is now ready for booking first flight is Friday 21st May ... seems to be a 1hr 5 minute turn around in IOM
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:43
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seems to be a 1hr 5 minute turn around in IOM
When I looked earlier it was 25 minutes.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:52
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For some reason the 10th based aircraft schedules at Liverpool has disappeared into the ether and that may have had the extra BFS flight you would have wanted.
The 10th aircraft will be doing DSA won't it?
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 13:58
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Thanks for the optimism, folks.

I'll put the divorce lawyers on hold....for the moment.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 15:10
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The 10th aircraft will be doing DSA won't it?
Then it wont be the 10th based, it will be DSA first based aircraft.

This taken from the article in January -

It already bases nine aircraft at JLA and in June will add a 10th to service three new routes.

And the son of a Bootle docker’s family pledged more will follow. He said: “There’s no reason to think the growth will stop.

“Over the past three months we have flown 10% more people.

“We have found it easier to win market share in a recession than in the good times.

“We are doing this in the teeth of a recession. In a more normal environment we expect to still move forward. There is no saturation point for us.”

Mr Harrison said Easyjet takes a longer-term view than rival Ryanair and sees long-term growth for JLA.

He said: “Easyjet is going to carry on growing in Liverpool.

“We have a much longer term philosophy. We don’t just move the planes around like butterflies.

“We have a number of ideas for Liverpool and there will be some new routes coming out in the next couple of months.”
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 15:23
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Sorry, I must have miss understood. So there will be crew for 11 aircraft but only 10 aircraft based?

He said: “Easyjet is going to carry on growing in Liverpool.

“We have a much longer term philosophy. We don’t just move the planes around like butterflies.

“We have a number of ideas for Liverpool and there will be some new routes coming out in the next couple of months.”
Remember that he is leaving soon so I wouldn't take it as given, but 10% more passengers is a big rise and definitely reason for expansion.
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Old 15th Feb 2010, 15:46
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What do you think the chances are that Easyjet will increase the number if routes to the Isle of Man?
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