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Old 26th Mar 2010, 02:17
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So it looks like a new destination getting services to Malaga, Alicante, Palma, Faro and Geneva
So thats Alicante, Barcelona, Faro, Geneva, Nice, Palma and Prague?
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Old 26th Mar 2010, 18:51
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So thats Alicante, Barcelona, Faro, Geneva, Nice, Palma and Prague?


All of the routes that operated from EMA - Think you will find that these are not 'new' routes to be announced, rather the 'old' ones that used to operate and have been removed from the route map.

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Old 26th Mar 2010, 23:14
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Flightrider - I think that agreement with LPL and MAN is an EX agreement. I thought the company bought LPL out of the agreement.

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Old 27th Mar 2010, 06:51
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Bournemouth

Bournemouth-Geneva service is doing very well, in fact better performance than that from other UK airports on easyJet's network. Will this convince easyJet that they should act soon on other more potential new routes from Bournemouth before they are taken by other carriers? easyJet tried Krakow and Grenoble from BOH but these are not particularly obvious viable routes. Others such as Nice, Madeira, Rome, Berlin (not to mention domestic to Glasgow, Edinburgh) would surely make sense.
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Old 27th Mar 2010, 22:00
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Summer 10

Does anyone now how many a/c are based at each airport for the summer 2001 schedule?

It would be interesting to compare to last year.

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Old 28th Mar 2010, 09:29
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I guess it is something like this:

Gatwick 43
Malpensa 18
Luton 16 (maybe only 13)
Stansted 13
Bristol 11
Paris-CDG 9 (10 from 14th May)
Liverpool 9 (10 from June)
Geneva 9 (10 from June)
Berlin 9
Madrid 8
Paris-ORY 7
Belfast 6
Newcastle 6
Manchester 4 (5 from May)
Basel 4 (5 from 25th June)
Rome 4
Glasgow 4
Edinburgh 4
Lyon 3
Doncaster 1 (from 19th April)

LGW, MXP, CDG, LPL, GVA and MAN gained the most (2 or more a/c)
ORY, BSL, FCO (wasn't a base last summer - flights were op. by MXP based a/c), LYS and DSC (new base) gained 1 a/c.
EMA isn't a base anymore and lost 3 a/c







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Old 28th Mar 2010, 16:29
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NCL will be 5 based a/c this summer
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Old 30th Mar 2010, 14:43
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Easyjet Operations

I see easyJet have had to charter in aircraft to operate some services and a few flights cancelled over the last couple of days - surely not due to bad weather! I suspect lack of flight crews?
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Old 30th Mar 2010, 17:58
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Glad to see the summer 2010 scheds for LTN-SAW have changed to an A319 from the 737. Hopefully that means the end of the endless cancellations over the winter period (presumably due to lack of flight crew/aircraft??)
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Old 30th Mar 2010, 18:04
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Any rumors about possible new routes from september/october when summer seasonal routes close?
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Old 30th Mar 2010, 21:50
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Glad to see the summer 2010 scheds for LTN-SAW have changed to an A319 from the 737. Hopefully that means the end of the endless cancellations over the winter period (presumably due to lack of flight crew/aircraft??)
How many days was this route cancelled then!?
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Old 31st Mar 2010, 12:20
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Originally it operated daily. Towards the end of the winter scheds I think Easy were operating just 3 or 4 days a week (Monday, Saturday and Sunday??? off the top of my head) apparently due to 'operational reasons.' Either it was low demand or the crewing issues with the 737. It's operating daily at the moment which is what it was supposed to do over the winter period. I had first hand experience of having to change my flight in January and my friend had to change his 2 weeks ago.
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Old 8th Apr 2010, 10:50
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March 2010 traffic statistics...

Pax: 3'964'399 , +13.5%
Load Factor: 87.5%, +2.8%

Rolling 12 months:
Pax: 47'222'171, +6.8%
Load Factor: 86.4%, +1.4%
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Old 8th Apr 2010, 18:53
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Keep on growing!

March: -6.3%
April: +6.3% (Easter)
May: +1.8%
June: +0.8%
July: +4.3%
August: +4.7%
September: +5.3%
October: +6.6%
November: +12.2%
December: +9.3%
January: +10.7%
February: +12.3%
March: +13.5%
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Old 10th Apr 2010, 15:16
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easyJet B737-700

I see EZY have just 8 B737's remaining. I was curious as to what routes these were used on. I'm flying LTN-CDG rtn later this month and was hoping to grab a final trip on one before they became 100% airbus. Website sadly doesn't provide equipment info which I guess means that aircraft type varies without warning.

Anyway, if any knows the answer....
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Old 10th Apr 2010, 16:02
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I am sure Luton is an all-Airbus base, the remaining 737-700's are operated in Belfast, and somewhere else. However, I'm not completely certain.
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LTN is the only remaining Boeing base. BFS base is now all Airbus.
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Old 10th Apr 2010, 16:06
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My apologies! I am mistaken.
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Old 10th Apr 2010, 17:13
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Todays B737 flights from LTN
EZY2403 LTN-AGP G-EZKB
EZY2365 LTN-LIS G-EZKE
EZY2283 LTN-MXP G-EZKA
EZY2201 LTN-MAD G-EZKF
EZY2321 LTN-HAM G-EZKD
EZY2173 LTN-DTM G-EZKD
EZY2433 LTN-CDG G-EZKA
EZY8031 LTN-SEN G-EZJY
EZY2075 LTN-BUD G-EZKF
EZY2031 LTN-BOD G-EZKE
EZY2333 LTN-KRK G-EZKB
EZY2425 LTN-GNB G-EZKC
EZY2279 LTN-PMI G-EZKA
EZY2161 LTN-AMS G-EZKC
EZY195 LTN-BHD G-EZKF
EZY2227 LTN-ALC G-EZKB

However, it seems like its different every day. Looks pretty similar next Sat. If you tell me the day, I can tell you what its currently scheduled at
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Old 10th Apr 2010, 18:32
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Why start a new thread... Can't this go on the Easyjet thread? This is happening all the time lately new threads started when the heading subject i.e; "EASYJET" already has a thread. The term "Thread Happy" could have been created this last few weeks.
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