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Old 11th Aug 2020, 18:56
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Warehousing...and perhaps then with the provision for a previously rumoured consolidating Amazon/Prime long haul/short haul op.
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Old 12th Aug 2020, 04:57
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Originally Posted by southside bobby View Post
EXS reintroduce their Twilight Check-in service at STN alongside 5 other UK bases.
Jet2 have had this service running since they resumed operations.
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Old 12th Aug 2020, 06:49
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Rumours from EMA suggest that some cargo services st STN will suffer the same fate as Manchester with switch selling up to EMA.

UPS are likely to move their daily flights especially given the extra warehouse capacity which is due to open this month.

This wi Kso include the ASIANA flights which are in effect UPS.

Will be interesting to see if they can prise FED EX out ?
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Old 12th Aug 2020, 07:37
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Many thanks for the input certainly numerous factors in play (as always)
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Old 12th Aug 2020, 09:02
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Originally Posted by Navpi View Post
Rumours from EMA suggest that some cargo services st STN will suffer the same fate as Manchester with switch selling up to EMA.

UPS are likely to move their daily flights especially given the extra warehouse capacity which is due to open this month.

This wi Kso include the ASIANA flights which are in effect UPS.

Will be interesting to see if they can prise FED EX out ?
As much as this might be a strategic wish of MAG to concentrate cargo for the group at EMA it will be a commercial decision for UPS.

UPS has invested in a much larger facility at EMA, but so far the number of flights doesn't appear to have increased that much, so indeed, rather than any plan by MAG the move, if it takes place may be a commercial decision, however my gut feeling is that although some capacity may be moved north from Stansted there will still be a requirement for UPS to operate direct from the Southeast giving unreliability of the UK trunk road network. One all-lane closure of the M1 and express shipments coming out of London could all too easily miss their connections, and with the hightec sector concentrated in the southeast this could jeopardise business. And DHL maintain services from LHR despite the UK hub being in EMA.
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Old 12th Aug 2020, 10:26
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Indeed the original UPS DC8F rotation at STN was removed to EMA back in the day but service subsequently returned.
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Old 14th Aug 2020, 16:10
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Pax – July 2020

STN – 468,318 down 83.0%

MAN – 332,421 down 89.5%

EMA – 79,235 down 86.1%

Pax – 12m ending 31.07.20

MAN – 17,485,972 down 40.0%

STN – 17,067,646 down 40.1%

EMA – 2,565,540 down 46.5%

Cargo

EMA – 37,626 up 21.2%

STN – 25,312 up 43.6%

MAN – 2,863 down 73.5%
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Old 14th Aug 2020, 18:22
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Thanks for the MAG numbers 5DME any figures yet showing for BHX & LTN...although Luton Airport is saying it has the biggest bounce back of all airports but with no figures...

Not too much comment required on the STN pax figures perhaps but reflects RYR getting back into the sky in a robust way...

The cargo numbers increase is a bit of a surprise with the scheduled incumbents obviously increasing loads rather than many extra charters...
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Old 14th Aug 2020, 18:47
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I estimate BHX at 130-150k
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Old 14th Aug 2020, 20:45
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Again thanks 5DME...
Luton Airport management stating July numbers down 74% but no further figures perhaps you have last years numbers & slide rule then for the actual thruput as they claim the biggest bounce back of all airports...Ta
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Old 14th Aug 2020, 20:54
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Again thanks 5DME...
Luton Airport management stating July numbers down 74% but no further figures perhaps you have last years numbers & slide rule then for the actual thruput as they claim the biggest bounce back of all airports...Ta
down 74% = 465,000 pax (1,808,237 in July 2019)
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Old 14th Aug 2020, 21:14
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Well thanks again 5DME just proves any number/statistic can be used to portray whatever reflects a requirement for the provider...
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 08:57
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Quick shufty for the record & a snapshot in time produces this analysis for STN ARRIVALS today excl freight/positioning & AWC &c...

RYR = 108...inc all EI/9H/SP/G/OE...
EZY = 8...inc EJU...
LOG =2...
PGT =5...
TK =2...
EXS =10...
MLD =1...
TOM = 1...

Along with all airports then are we at peak until next year at the earliest...
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 15:37
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EasyJet confirms closure of STN base from 1st Sep

https://metro.co.uk/2020/08/17/easyj...ests-13139621/
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 15:42
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https://mediacentre.easyjet.com/stor...three-uk-bases

Very sad, easyJet acquired a good base from Go-Fly at STN.
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 16:32
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More power to Jet2 at STN (not a bad thing)
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 17:34
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Originally Posted by southside bobby View Post
Quick shufty for the record & a snapshot in time produces this analysis for STN ARRIVALS today excl freight/positioning & AWC &c...

RYR = 108...inc all EI/9H/SP/G/OE...
EZY = 8...inc EJU...
LOG =2...
PGT =5...
TK =2...
EXS =10...
MLD =1...
TOM = 1...

Along with all airports then are we at peak until next year at the earliest...
I believe Jet2 was just 4 flights today - FNC, CFU, DLM & AYT. I assume you were looking at a well known aircraft app which unfortunately is not always accurate and is still including the Jet2 Balearics, Canaries and Spanish mainland flights which don't start for at least a week..

That same APP is showing an Air India Dash 8 BHX - GLA tonight , remnants of the Flybe code-share so only 5 months out of date but still beaten by the BHX website which still shows a Jet Airways codeshare to Amsterdam on departures - only around 9 months out of date.

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Old 17th Aug 2020, 17:54
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Intended perhaps as a snapshot/record as it transpired & was due & coming down the track later in the day Ryanair reducing network flying by 20% & closure of EZY base.

As I suggested we are all at peak airports it may appear for this year unfortunately.
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 19:06
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Total movements for Stansted yesterday were 384, Luton 317, Gatwick 279 and Manchester 242. Heathrow was the busiest at 536. These are only movements that enter the NAS, not ones which are helicopters etc.
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Old 17th Aug 2020, 21:01
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Emirates now put back to December .....
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