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Old 8th Mar 2018, 00:57
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adfly you missed the new twice weekly Ryanair BOH-PFO flight just announced
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Old 8th Mar 2018, 01:06
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adfly you missed the new twice weekly Ryanair BOH-PFO flight just announced
Adfly's analysis was for S18, and BOH-PFO doesn't commence until W18.
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Old 19th Mar 2018, 14:44
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CAA stats for those that are interested for 2017

Bournemouth handled 694 , 660 passengers up 4 % on the previous year

Top 10 routes were

1) Palma 95 , 093

2) Malaga 73 , 595

3) Faro 31 , 928

4) Alicante 53 , 697

5) Tenerife 45 , 403

6) Murcia 36 , 959

7) Lanzarote 36 , 879

8) Gerona 36 , 094

9) Las Palmas 36 , 024

10) Geneva 33 , 605

Apart from that nothing much to report . Seems to have gone very quiet since the take over from the Rigby group , perhaps they are scratching there heads as to what to do here !!
There website is extremely poor with no social media activity at all now , least MAG had a page with good information

The bus service stops on 6 April with no one mentioned as to taking it over yet

Only good bit of news is the new Paphos route starting in Oct but it may come at the expense of the Krakow route which has been off sale now for 4 weeks , from 1st Feb 19

P & O have 3 new departures to Barbados at the end of 2019 / 20
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Old 19th Mar 2018, 15:43
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[QUOTE=MARKEYD;10089223]CAA stats for those that are interested for 2017

There website is extremely poor with no social media activity at all now ,

Markey, the airport is active on Twitter @bohairport rather better than MAG's efforts in that regard

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Old 19th Mar 2018, 18:35
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Not really to be honest with you , have a look , just a few tweets since takeover back in December and a few more regarding the snow which seemed to be re hashed and driving the local users mad .....

Just think they have definitely taken there eye off the ball a bit

No advertising about holidays , routes and selling the holidays on offer
There isn’t even an airport travel agency dedicated like MAG had
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Old 20th Mar 2018, 15:05
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PFO and KRK

Markeyd, doubt it will come at the expense of KRK as they have shifted the timings of KRK to allow for the service to PFO on Monday and Fridays probably / hopefully just a time lag in releasing March 19

Wholeheartedly agree with you on the social media. Appalling. But then again Rigby is a real estate company and the owner is 80 plus. Probably not driving focus where it needs to be. Exeter and Norwich exactly the same.
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Old 26th Mar 2018, 11:13
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TUI Summer 2019

TUI have added Heraklion, Kefalonia and Antalya for Summer 2019

https://www.bournemouthairport.com/t...mouth-airport/
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Old 26th Mar 2018, 11:41
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Thats fantastic news for Bournemouth with a good selection of new routes which have been needed for a long time now

If TUI keep to the same schedule of flights as in previous years and Bournemouth does not loose any at the expense of these new routes announced then this will take the summer flights back up to 2010 levels when Palmair also operated for the last year

I am guessing that as the TUI aircraft is operating at full capacity from BOH then either they will be foreign based aircraft or TUI aircraft on a W pattern from other UK airports

All will be revealed on the 5 April !!!
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Old 26th Mar 2018, 12:35
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Kefalonia has never been operated from BOH before has it? Antalya a welcome return given it operated with high volumes and load factors when Thomas Cook operated it with a 757in 2011. Heraklion also a welcome return that was operated for a number of years before.
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Old 27th Mar 2018, 01:51
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The press release says its additional and they are adding 25,000 seats to the BOH network.

Exeter gets 4 additional routes, Southampton appears to get none.
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Old 27th Mar 2018, 09:13
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Bournemouth handled 31 , 771 passengers in February - 5 % on last year
This can be put down to the loss of the Ryanair LPA route and the Geneva route with Easy jet was also slightly down

Ryanair routes all performed really well and were in the 90 % loads while TUI were about 95 % loads except again Turin ski route which saw average loads of 135 pax use the service

The Barbados route saw 291 passengers out and back on a TUI 787 for P&O cruises

Easy jet saw 6779 passengers use the route down about 1000 to Southampton ? but still good loads as mostly the A319 was used , 141 pax averaged each flight

Southampton saw 4512 passengers
Flybe averaged for example 65 pax then Easy jet averaged 123 pax
Flybe averaged for example 75 pax then Easy jet averaged 113 pax on a A320 , 186 seater
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Old 27th Mar 2018, 12:08
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Markeyd - why is the Turin flight doing so badly this year? Any ideas?

Year to date BOH still managed 690,000 March 2017 to February 2018... up 2%
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Old 27th Mar 2018, 12:48
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Exeter tui

Exeter only getting the same three as bourn not four
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Old 27th Mar 2018, 13:15
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Turin is actually one of the most established winter routes from Bournemouth
It started in Winter 1994 and Palmair Bae 146 300 operated the route on behalf of Crystal ski which in turn has operated ever since using a variety of airlines but now using a based TUI 738

Just looking back at the loads over the past few years and they all seem to be about the average 150 passenger per flight , its operating again next winter so Crystal ski can't be that worried about it .
It probably needs a smaller aircraft really like a Boeing 733 ( Titan airways style !! )

Exeter is getting Zante , Antalya and Crete
Bournemouth is getting Crete , Antalya and Kefalonia

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Old 27th Mar 2018, 14:03
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Exeter tui

Exeter is getting zante, crete, and antalya turkey only on airports website.
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Old 27th Mar 2018, 14:16
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD View Post
Turin is actually one of the most established winter routes from Bournemouth
It started in Winter 1994 and Palmair Bae 146 300 operated the route on behalf of Crystal ski which in turn has operated ever since using a variety of airlines but now using a based TUI 738

Just looking back at the loads over the past few years and they all seem to be about the average 150 passenger per flight , its operating again next winter so Crystal ski can't be that worried about it .
It probably needs a smaller aircraft really like a Boeing 733 ( Titan airways style !! )

Exeter is getting Zante , Kefalonia and Crete
crystal ski is owned by thomson's so hence using the based in-house 738
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Old 5th Apr 2018, 12:43
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TUI Schedule for Summer 19

Based aircraft

Mon - MAH/LPA
Tue - PMI/EFL
Wed - IBZ/PFO
Thu - PMI/ACE
Fri - NAP/HER
Sat - PMI/RHO
Sun - PMI/ACE

Additional flights

Fri - CFU - W pattern, TFS operated by Air Europa, DLM - Other Carrier
Sat - AYT - Other Carrier

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Old 5th Apr 2018, 13:18
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TUI Schedule for Summer 19

Based aircraft

Mon - MAH/LPA
Tue - PMI/EFL
Wed - IBZ/PFO
Thu - PMI/ACE
Fri - NAP/HER
Sat - PMI/RHO
Sun - PMI/ACE

Additional flights

Fri - CFU - W pattern, TFS operated by Air Europa, DLM - Other Carrier
Sat - AYT - Other Carrier
CFU will be operated by a Cardiff based 737 8
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Old 6th Apr 2018, 00:28
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Likely Dalaman and Antalya both on Freebird?

I heard that some TUI flights from Exeter are on Norwegian 737's
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Old 8th Apr 2018, 06:07
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The bus link to the town centre now seems to be a 24/7 service hourly
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