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Old 25th Feb 2019, 08:42
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No Norway cruise charters for Hurtigurten?

How are the Bath travel VCE day trips selling for Easter?

Word is from Fly lolo they are sourcing an EU based EMB 170 or 190 to operate its SOU charter programme plus FLYbe on some days.
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Old 25th Feb 2019, 10:14
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Norway cruise charters ....

The last one leaves 27 Feb to Bergen using Titan , then another 3 are scheduled in for Nov , Jan and March next year
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Old 28th Feb 2019, 17:09
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As expected Freebird are operating the Dalaman and Antalya flights again using an A320 on behalf of TUI this summer

Ryanair have started to load their winter schedules with Dublin continuing 4 times a week and Faro also continues at 2 times a week
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Old 1st Mar 2019, 01:16
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What about all the other winter destinations, Malta, Alicante, Malaga, Prague, Krakow, Paphos, Tenerife etc etc
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Old 1st Mar 2019, 08:29
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Originally Posted by shamrock7seal View Post
What about all the other winter destinations, Malta, Alicante, Malaga, Prague, Krakow, Paphos, Tenerife etc etc
I think the clue in my post was
“ have started to load their winter schedules “
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Old 2nd Mar 2019, 16:34
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TUI at BOH - Summer 2019

With the summer schedule now being complete, here is a comparison of (peak) summer 19 to the same period in summer 18:

Based aircraft:
1
x B738 (same as S18)

TUI operated flights:
14 - all operated by B738 (same as S18)

Non-TUI operated flights:
3 (+2 on S18)

Destinations
Balearic Islands:
4x PMI
1x IBZ
1x MAH


Canary Islands:
2x ACE
1x LPA

1x TFS - Operated by Norwegian in S19 (Operated by TUI in S18)

Greece:
1x CFU
1x RHO
1x HER
(New)
1x EFL (New)

Cyprus:
1x PFO

Turkey:
1x DLM - Operated by Freebird in S19 (Also in S18)
1x AYT (New) - Operated by Freebird in S19

Italy:
NAP (Dropped in S19 - operated 1x weekly in S18)
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Old 5th Mar 2019, 15:52
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CAA figures for 2018 are out for Bournemouth which handled 674 , 972 passengers down 3 % or approx 20 ,000 passengers . I cant seem to see the reason why as the figures below are nearly all up on last year , i would question this a little as many figures for Nov and Dec are still missing and not published . Figures in brackets are 2017

1 ) Palma 103 , 608 ( 95 , 093 )

2 ) Malaga 78 , 862 ( 73 , 595 )

3 ) Alicante 61 , 093 ( 53 , 697 )

4 ) Faro 56 , 589 ( 31, 928 )

5 ) Tenerife 45 , 212 ( 45 , 403 )

6 ) Gerona 41 , 641 ( 36 , 094 )

7 ) Murcia 41 , 517 ( 36 , 959 )

8 ) Lanzarote 34 , 930 ( 36 , 879 )

9 ) Malta 34 , 748 ( 31 , 829. )

10 ) Geneva 28 , 656 ( 33 , 605 )
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Old 5th Mar 2019, 17:36
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The problem is with the CAA's April 2017 figures. The monthly total for April 2017 was 63,469 but around 47,000 of these are missing from the monthly (and hence annual) route analysis figures. Only Paphos, Arrecife and Geneva appear to be correctly accounted for. Palma, Las Palmas and Tenerife appear to have charter figures but not scheduled and the rest have no figures at all.

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Old 6th Mar 2019, 07:35
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If I was Rigby I would be very very worried about the Southampton airport development (runway starter strip and terminal extension). It would suddenly make SOU viable for Ryanair 737-800 operations and no doubt Ryanair is not loyal to any particular airport out there!
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Old 6th Mar 2019, 08:47
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Originally Posted by Sharklet_321 View Post
If I was Rigby I would be very very worried about the Southampton airport development (runway starter strip and terminal extension). It would suddenly make SOU viable for Ryanair 737-800 operations and no doubt Ryanair is not loyal to any particular airport out there!

see my post #1200 on the SOU thread. The 737-800 is not likely to be a viable option for LCC ops at SOU now or in future.(nor the A321).

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Old 6th Mar 2019, 08:56
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Originally Posted by Flitefone View Post



see my post #1200 on the SOU thread. The 737-800 is not likely to be a viable option for LCC ops at SOU now or in future.(nor the A321).

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Same could have been said for SEN
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Old 6th Mar 2019, 08:56
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FF /stewyb- I beg to politely differ.

Ryanair have a sizeable operation planned to start from SEN in the next month or so. The planned runway length after extension is identical landing distance wise (and width) with perhaps an even slightly longer take-off run at SOU.
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Old 6th Mar 2019, 12:10
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Originally Posted by shamrock7seal View Post
Originally TUI had scheduled a Norwegian aircraft to operate one of the weekly summer flights but they have terminated the contract concerned the airline is in trouble. I believe they switched it to a TUI plane which meant NPL couldn't be operated. Hence it's return next year. Also Crete is to be operated by a 752.
Stop posting crap. No Norwegian ‘contract’ has been terminated, and even if it had you would have no way of knowing the reason for it. There are no 757 flights out of Bournemouth this Summer.
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Old 6th Mar 2019, 12:56
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Stop posting crap. No Norwegian ‘contract’ has been terminated, and even if it had you would have no way of knowing the reason for it. There are no 757 flights out of Bournemouth this Summer.
Norwegian are closing their canary island bases so can't operate the flights.
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Old 6th Mar 2019, 17:03
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Norwegian are closing their 737 bases in the Canary Islands but not until after summer 19.
They will still require 3x aircraft in LPA and 3x in TFS this summer.

Aircraft from the TFS base will operate to EXT on a Tuesday and BOH on a Friday on behalf of TUI as well as their scheduled routes.
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Old 6th Mar 2019, 22:40
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Originally Posted by PDXCWL45 View Post
Norwegian are closing their canary island bases so can't operate the flights.
Is very different to “TUI terminating the contract worried about their financial problems”.

And the post below yours explains why you too are incorrect. But who needs facts, when spurious BS will suffice.
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Old 7th Mar 2019, 12:01
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Ryanair are continuing to load their winter 2019/ 20 flights

The based aircraft remains throughout the winter again

Alicante continues at 3 flights a week , same as last winter
Malaga , Malta , Faro all continue at 2 a week

Tenerife moves to a Friday weekly as does the return of Las Palmas to a weekly Saturday flight

Prague continues into the winter as does the Dublin route at 4 flights a week

Paphos and Krakow are still to be loaded , would be good to see FUE or a winter ski route added as Turin is ending and only leaves Geneva with Easy jet now

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Old 14th Mar 2019, 18:04
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Ryanair have added an extra Alicante service on a Saturday during the months of July- September on a Saturday taking the service to 5 a week

The winter schedule has been loaded now except for the Paphos route which was 2 x weekly, hopefully, this will be added soon

Winter 2019 /20

Dublin x 4 new
Alicante x 3
Faro x 2
Malta x 2
Prague x 2 new
Krakow x 2
Malaga x 2
Las Palmas x 1 new
Tenerife x 1

A big increase to 19 services a week ( i know !! ) from 14 last winter but all moving positively in the right direction



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Old 14th Mar 2019, 21:04
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Good news. Good to grow steadily and sustainably. Some of Europes main cities don't have 5 flights a week to ALC so great news that BOH is getting that level of frequency albeit July-Sept.

I just hope that 2020 brings ONE of the following: 1) a second based Ryanair jet, 2) a second based TUI jet, 3) a new Jet2 base with 1, 2 or 3 jets, 4) a new service to Amsterdam and Paris provided by anyone (easyJet?) with some codeshares available to connect onwards. 5) Orlando flights

Rigby are projecting 1,500,000 pax by 2023. If that is accurate then there should be significant growth between 2019 and '23.

My guesses to get to Rigby's expectation:

2019 800,000
2020 1,250,000 ??
2021 1,350,000 ??
2022 1,450,000 ??
2023 1,500,000

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Old 14th Mar 2019, 21:18
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Originally Posted by Sharklet_321 View Post
Good news. Good to grow steadily and sustainably. Some of Europes main cities don't have 5 flights a week to ALC so great news that BOH is getting that level of frequency albeit July-Sept.

I just hope that 2020 brings the following: 1) a second based Ryanair jet, 2) a second based TUI jet, 3) a new Jet2 base with 1, 2 or 3 jets, 4) a new service to Amsterdam and Paris provided by anyone (easyJet?) with some codeshares available to connect onwards. 5) Orlando flights

Rigby are projecting 1,500,000 pax by 2023. If that is accurate then there should be significant growth between 2019 and '23.

My guesses to get to Rigby's expectation:

2019 800,000
2020 1,250,000 ??
2021 1,350,000 ??
2022 1,450,000 ??
2023 1,500,000
Contradiction slightly between your wish list and growing 'steadily and sustainably'. You must have been a nightmare at the pick n mix in Woolworths!

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