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Old 2nd Jul 2016, 15:37
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Would anyone know what flights ei-sev is operating soon? I've noticed it's been flying scheduled routes recently
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Old 2nd Jul 2016, 17:07
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EI-SEV

As you may have seen, it turned up unexpectedly in Newcastle yesterday.
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Old 3rd Jul 2016, 10:56
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EI-SEV came to Birmingham today on the morning DUB flight
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 21:35
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Ryanair to launch flights from Aberdeen? Announcement of "very exciting news" tomorrow, airline says
https://twitter.com/AlastairDalton
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 21:37
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I'd guess Stansted and Dublin...
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 21:43
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Sounds like pure speculation from that guy - not seeing anything to back up his claim.

Would be a massive, massive boost for ABZ in the current climate up here if true though.
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 21:48
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Sounds like pure speculation from that guy - not seeing anything to back up his claim.

Would be a massive, massive boost for ABZ in the current climate up here if true though.
Only thing is if it's in Aberdeen, Ryanair may of told him it's in the city and if it is then it could well be.

If the other UK domestics are doing well then ABZ may well be the next step.
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 22:18
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Hmm maybe. Nothing from anyone else anywhere though, just that lone tweet.
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 22:31
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EIR fares between DUB-ABZ have spiked to over 700 euro return, that usually means the route is been reviewed or cancelled from November.

Wonder if ABZ have sold themselves out, don't see U2 been to happy either.
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 22:42
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Good find. Monday & Saturday fares are still normal but rest are 350+

Will be interesting to see, certainly adds some weight to the theory
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Old 6th Jul 2016, 09:54
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Aberdeen to Alicante and Malaga from February 2017, twice weekly for both. Spanish based aircraft.

Good news for ABZ and also EI-EIDW, the Aer Lingus fares have returned to normal this morning on ABZ-DUB.
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Old 20th Jul 2016, 15:15
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FR to start ops from VCE by moving BRS-TSF over for the final two summer months but TSF is down for winter but press release indicates it will move over.

http://corporate.ryanair.com/news/ne...olo/?market=en
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Old 20th Jul 2016, 17:56
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easyJet restarted its own VCE-BRS in March after several years' absence from the route.
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Old 20th Jul 2016, 18:08
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Major growth now reported for Bristol this winter, Newcastle and Leeds in S17.
So much for cutting investment if the UK voted for Brexit - another scare story as I predicted at the time.
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Old 20th Jul 2016, 18:09
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Will we perhaps see Ryanair turn Treviso into a repeat of Oslo Gardemoen/Torp or (even more extreme) Oslo Gardemoen/Rygge over the next couple of years ?
Or is Bristol just a special case of possible over supply on a city pair leading to two rivals battling for market dominance ?
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Old 21st Jul 2016, 05:12
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if I read the news release correctly there would be no expansion of UK based aircraft and crew, any expansion would come from Ryanair bases overseas.
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Old 21st Jul 2016, 07:46
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All Newcastle flights are from overseas bases so true
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Old 21st Jul 2016, 12:10
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I had worried about that, all the leave voters saying "see, what a bunch of lies and scaremongering, they are expanding!" aye... But it's hollow, and they're only doing it while they can because when Article 50 gets invoked in 2017 (Thank you Theresa for being sensible and taking your time with it) things will change massively.

It will all depend on how much Ryanair and Easyjet's overheads increase when they need to set up English/European subsidiaries, or whatever mess it's created.

Having said that, I do support Ryanair's growth at NCL from other and I think it's a good thing. Beggars can't be choosers now that a base has gone out of the window - I don't expect MOL to go back on his Brexit word for a market (admittedly) as small as Newcastle, no matter how fruitful it may be proving in it's infancy. I hope good things lie ahead bus I struggle to see it
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Old 21st Jul 2016, 12:44
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EK777WNCL just think Ryanair and Newcastle could be the north airport
Like what WIZZ is to LTN.
We could have over 50 flights a day into ncl (if only) and no based aircraft from ryanair.
However the airport would be busy all day long
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But it's hollow, and they're only doing it while they can because when Article 50 gets invoked in 2017 (Thank you Theresa for being sensible and taking your time with it) things will change massively.
Nobody has denied that many things will change as a result of Brexit. But you appear to presume that all changes will be detrimental. That is clearly not the case. Many of the forthcoming changes will be very positive for UK plc. None of us can know the future with certainty, but there's no need for an atmosphere of alarmism and slashing of wrists. And we cannot presume that the alternative road to undemocratic federal integration and eventual membership of the flawed Euro / Schengen area would have been a basket of roses either. The status quo was never an option. There are at least two ways of looking at this, and that is why we needed a referendum.

This works both ways within the industry too. The pound has fallen 10% and UK holidaymakers have less to spend abroad ... but for foreigners UK holidays just got a whole lot cheaper. Manufacturers love the implications of a weaker pound for their exports. Fuel prices (set in USD) have risen due to the weaker pound, but UK carriers pay many of their expenses in pounds yet make much of their income in foreign currencies. Airlines such as RYR and EZY would presumably prefer not to face the uncertainties deriving from Brexit, but to suppose that their overseas bases don't face challenges of their own is fanciful. Insolvent banks, further Euro bailouts, terrorism, endemic strikes (France?), oppressive bureaucracy - all will affect the market. The airlines will ultimately place their aircraft where the market is regardless of all the short-term bluster and political rhetoric. If all else fails, remember that Britain is the fifth largest economy in the world and it is a geographically compact island-nation. There will always be an opportunity for well-managed airlines to prosper here.
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