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Old 16th Apr 2019, 09:42
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This leaves only 4 flights to fill in the gaps and with Mahon , Ibiza and Naples not loaded yet it shouldn't be problem
Assuming Ibiza is on it's usual Wednesday, will a 2nd A/C also be required for that day, due to the longer leg Paphos flight??
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Old 16th Apr 2019, 10:00
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Originally Posted by Dropoffcharge View Post
Assuming Ibiza is on it's usual Wednesday, will a 2nd A/C also be required for that day, due to the longer leg Paphos flight??
If you look at post 573 you can see the gaps that need to be filled , at the moment I would say no second aircraft on a Wednesday as the IBZ rotation has always been in the am and PFO in the afternoon
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Old 16th Apr 2019, 10:58
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Good move by TUI on increasing frequency of CFU to 2 weekly. These days people want to fly for 4 or 5 days not a full 7 days. My guess would be that we could see more frequency on Tenerife, Ibiza and Mahon, perhaps even an additional DLM to take the frequency back to twice weekly as it was back in 2008?09? It would unlock a lot more options for a larger number of people.

I am not sure that NAP will come back? VRN would be better for the BOH market. All will be revealed 25th April.

MARKEYD what are your thoughts on Ryanair Paphos for the winter season?
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Old 16th Apr 2019, 12:24
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Great news. It must mean that TUI group is happy with the forward bookings of the new BOH routes for this summer. Enough to have been encouraged to do even more Greek flights next year. This is BOH's forte - mid haul appealing to a larger catchment and not just tiny Bournemouth.
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Old 16th Apr 2019, 12:48
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MARKEYD have you done a similar aircraft allocation for the single based Ryanair jet? It would be interesting to see what flying is based and if they are fully utilised.
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Old 16th Apr 2019, 16:22
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MARKEYD have you done a similar aircraft allocation for the single based Ryanair jet? It would be interesting to see what flying is based and if they are fully utilised.

This is the Ryanair based aircraft , which is fully committed this summer as usual

Mon
BOH RMU BOH GRO BOH ALC BOH

Tue
BOH TFS BOH RMU BOH

Wed
BOH RMU BOH GRO BOH ALC BOH

Thu
BOH MLA BOH AGP BOH

Fri
BOH RMU BOH GRO BOH ALC BOH

Sat
BOH PFO BOH GRO BOH

Sun
BOH MLA BOH ALC BOH DUB BOH

Crystal ski has again taken a large block booking out on the Saturday Easy jet Geneva ski route which has always proved very popular but as already discussed Turin won't be returning this winter season. It's a real shame that Innsbruck isn't tried again with Inghams ski, or Crystal use the TUI based aircraft on a Sunday to CMF or SZG

Doubtful Ryanair will operate the Paphos route in the winter as loads looked below what they would expect although since March its picked up again, i think 1 flight would have been better suited.
Meanwhile, the powerhouse of TUI is operating a near full winter season to PFO this winter
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Old 17th Apr 2019, 19:46
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Thank you for doing all that work MARKEYD

It shows that more than half the Ryanair flying is done by non-based aircraft. I think they are doing 45 or 46 departures a week this summer of which only 18 are done by the based unit.
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Old 17th Apr 2019, 20:14
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TUI Sumner 2020

Hi All
Looks like the gap on the Sunday next summer with TUI is filled now with a flight to Dalaman in the afternoon.
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Old 17th Apr 2019, 20:55
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Well spotted Col

Thats another destination filled as 2 a week now to Dalaman and 1 a week to Antalya

3 flights left then to fill then , MAH , IBZ and NAP

Interesting that Exeter with TUI has cut back massively next year 2020 with Turkey to only 1 flight a week and Antalya has been cut suddenly to just July / August this year and nothing at the moment for next summer, although could change of course

Its also good news that Bournemouth stays open much longer now in the summer to 0200

Rigby group are certainly moving forward with Bournemouth

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Old 18th Apr 2019, 10:57
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MARKEYD Is that an official extension of their opening time? It is published as 21:30 with prior extension required. Is this a prior extension example or a permanent change in opening hours to 02:00?
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Old 18th Apr 2019, 21:07
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Actually I think itís an extension till 0200 , not sure how it works in the summer to be honest

I guess everyone sits around waiting for the late arrivals to land as most evenings the TUI flights are after midnight so just assumed the airport is open until then

Prehaps someone in the know might have a better idea of how it works
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Old 19th Apr 2019, 09:37
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD View Post
Actually I think itís an extension till 0200 , not sure how it works in the summer to be honest

I guess everyone sits around waiting for the late arrivals to land as most evenings the TUI flights are after midnight so just assumed the airport is open until then

Prehaps someone in the know might have a better idea of how it works
There's an extension only for some schedules but not until 0200
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Interesting story in the Echo.
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Old 25th Apr 2019, 14:10
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Not altogether sure what is happening with TUI in 2020 at the moment as new flights are operating to Zante and extra flights to Corfu and Dalaman but according to my contact in TUI , flights to Ibiza and Mahon are not operating next year.
Considering both destinations have been operated from BOH since " whenever " it's quite a surprise . Queue Ryanair to IBZ again

Still leaves 3 gaps in the schedule at the moment, what could happen now is TUI reschedule flights and use some aircraft as W patterns from elsewhere which would then be no requirement for a 2nd aircraft

Watch this space though as still a year away
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