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Old 12th Sep 2018, 22:27
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Pobeda

anyone know whatís happened to the pobeda kalingrad flights ? Looked today and no availability showing for winter 18 , LED still showing available.

Whilst on the subject of Russian carriers anyone know what happened to the proposed STN-ZIA flights from norwind ?
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Old 12th Sep 2018, 23:14
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I don’t think BAA when they originally built the terminal thought it would knocking on the door of 30 million
They genuinely intended STN to be London’s third airport with growth to come at the expense of a full and regulated LHR, hence planned from day one to grow to four satellites of which we are only at three today. Interesting to hear people are connecting to Emirates, who would do that connecting via STN that couldn’t do it way easier flying out of their local airport? Gotta be majority ex-UK surely? Who has a codeshare on this flight?
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Old 13th Sep 2018, 09:24
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Emirates...

By any yardstick from anyone on here those figures are staggeringly good.

EK certainly did their homework & then some.

2nd daily?...must be on the cards subject to this first service being optimum timing for the specific targeted business & departures onward from DXB for them.

Excellent figures for MAG to portray/play in negotiations with other prospective airlines.
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Old 13th Sep 2018, 10:57
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Stansted setting it`s sights on long-haul...

STN has just published a wish list of at least 25 destinations it is targeting & wishes to secure in the next 5 years.

Among them Hong Kong,Vancouver,Bangkok & Los Angeles.(Full list on STN media page.)

MAG/STN has figures/data from the catchment that would support all destinations.

As remarked above the EK figures help to supply the evidence.

Bring them on...….
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Old 13th Sep 2018, 11:45
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Originally Posted by STN406 View Post
Another good positive post for Stansted here regarding the Emirates figures.

A/D
05/09 353/329
06/09 363/315
07/09 354/357
08/09 343/338
09/09 362/320
10/09 347/311
11/09 343/308
12/09 344/tbc

So thatís a 99.7% load factor for the departure over the last 8 days, and arrivals at 92.4% over the last 7 days. This is if my maths right.

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Have you got the arrival and the departure figures the wrong way around?

All arrival figures are higher than departure, bar one.
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Old 13th Sep 2018, 14:48
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Yes sorry, mixed them up. Iíve edited it now.
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Old 14th Sep 2018, 10:37
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July 2018 STATS

Originally Posted by USERNAME_ View Post
I can vouch for the EWR flights, when the services first started they were incredibly busy but seemed to die down a little. On the contrary however, Boston and Toronto depart with full loads regularly, as does IAD.
Source CAA for passengers, FR24 for rotations: -
Newark... 9659 - 172 per flight... 87% load factor - not sure how accurate due cancellations and divs
Toronto... 4465 - 172 per flight... 87%
Boston... 5516 - 153 per flight... 77%

Obviously we with the operational mess surround Newark I can't vouch how accurate these figures are as often FR24 states "unknown"

Boston was 36 rotations and Toronto 26 and these numbers sound reasonable.

The other factor is that some BHX pax would be on these especially Toronto but I have no idea of the percentage though.

I tell one frustrating aspect is formatting on PPRuNe and screenshots don't seem to work for me
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Old 14th Sep 2018, 12:03
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Announced yesterday, a 12th based Jet2 for S19.
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Old 14th Sep 2018, 20:20
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Indeed FURTHER Stansted Summer`19 expansion from Jet2...

The extra a/c announced makes another 100,000 seats available.

Total seats available now 1.85M.

Increase over Summer`18 now 24%.

Remarkable.
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Old 15th Sep 2018, 07:13
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Any word on how many of these 12 Jet2 based aircraft for 2019 will be leased in.
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Old 15th Sep 2018, 07:26
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Originally Posted by Stanstedeye View Post
Any word on how many of these 12 Jet2 based aircraft for 2019 will be leased in.
I would say Titan Airways A321ís will he used again. Maybe the B767 and one of the B757ís. I heard Jet2 where leasing 2 Air Tanker A330ís. May see one of these at Stansted too??
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Old 15th Sep 2018, 08:02
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Jet2 Summer`19 for STN now includes...

Daily to Larnaca & Paphos.
20 pw to Turkey inc daily Antalya & Dalaman 4pw for Bodrum & 2pw Izmir.
Canary Islands almost 30 weekly inc daily & double daily to Lanzarote & Tenerife.
Mainland Spain & Balearics almost 60pw with daily & double daily services to Alicante,Ibiza,Malaga,Menorca & Majorca.
Maderia increase from weekly to 4pw.
Faro increase to 12pw.
Greece to over 30pw to 8 destinations.

36 destinations in total for Summer`19.
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Old 15th Sep 2018, 21:23
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Was hoping we might get a daily to Reus
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Old 16th Sep 2018, 21:47
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Latest gossip shop mentions JetBlue looking at STN or LGW from BOS with Mint cabin.
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 01:05
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Originally Posted by southside bobby View Post
Latest gossip shop mentions JetBlue looking at STN or LGW from BOS with Mint cabin.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/marisag.../#6fd35fc43057
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 01:08
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Originally Posted by southside bobby View Post
Latest gossip shop mentions JetBlue looking at STN or LGW from BOS with Mint cabin.
by the time they get their neos/neoLRs theyíll be nearly 2 years too late
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 08:10
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Originally Posted by USERNAME_ View Post


by the time they get their neos/neoLRs theyíll be nearly 2 years too late
Worried about a bit of competition?
Dont assume that what Primera offer is the best available.
Many things can still go wrong , oil prices rising , legacy airlines deciding to go up against Primera .
Thats happened before at STN so they will be 2 years too late for what?
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 08:23
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Originally Posted by STN406 View Post


I would say Titan Airways A321ís will he used again. Maybe the B767 and one of the B757ís. I heard Jet2 where leasing 2 Air Tanker A330ís. May see one of these at Stansted too??
Spot on STN406, except that the 2nd A330 has been earmarked for MAN, along with the current one. Expected to add at least ALC/AYT onto the larger A/c and maybe more Canary frequency too.
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 08:40
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Worried about a bit of competition?
Dont assume that what Primera offer is the best available.
Many things can still go wrong , oil prices rising , legacy airlines deciding to go up against Primera .
Thats happened before at STN so they will be 2 years too late for what?

my comment was nothing to do with Primera, my Primera bias isnít strong enough to convince me they can compete with JetBlue I was just saying By the time JetBlue have their first aircraft delivered, other carriers like Aer Lingus and Norwegian will already have them. Iím no expert but surely that boat has well and truly sailed by then?
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 10:45
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my comment was nothing to do with Primera, my Primera bias isn’t strong enough to convince me they can compete with JetBlue I was just saying By the time JetBlue have their first aircraft delivered, other carriers like Aer Lingus and Norwegian will already have them. I’m no expert but surely that boat has well and truly sailed by then?
I think Aer Lingus will have enough work at Dublin to keep them busy. I imagine that Norwegian might want to focus their operations at LGW, but stranger things have happened. Primera seem to be expanding heavily for next year, with Berlin, Frankfurt and Madrid. I hope they haven't over stretched themselves. BHX didn't recover from the initial poor product and press.
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