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Old 18th May 2019, 13:48
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Best not to think of an airport's Twitter followers as individual consumers, rather they will be various interested parties who might then relay the message - e.g. journalists, those in the travel trade, local chambers of commerce etc etc.
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Old 20th May 2019, 16:47
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Several fares are sold out on the Jersey flight this coming Saturday, the cheapest one way flight is GBP205!
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Old 21st May 2019, 06:47
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Several fares are sold out on the Jersey flight this coming Saturday, the cheapest one way flight is GBP205!
Be nearly as cheap to hire a private aircraft with prices like that
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Old 21st May 2019, 18:14
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Several fares are sold out on the Jersey flight this coming Saturday, the cheapest one way flight is GBP205!
Although compared with the 'All In' Flybe flight to Southampton which includes hold luggage, food and drink, Loganair is 20 cheaper, as the cheapest Flybe flight Jer-Sou this Saturday is 225.34
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Old 22nd May 2019, 12:41
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Well sussed out at the end of the day 20 pounds,is not to be sneezed at.

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Old 23rd May 2019, 17:37
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Naples is to be pencilled back in for 2020 which I believe is due when TUI announces more routes in a few weeks time

Hopefully that will still leave MAH and IBZ to continue and be the last 2 gaps in the 2020 schedule

Ryanair have added extra flights to Paphos in Oct half term but looks not to continue into winter, they would do better to just have 1 flight a week in winter

Krakow also have extra flights added over the Xmas period, showing how popular that route has become

Inghams Ski have added BOH to there winter program which is new and very welcome but are taking seats on the Easy Jet flights on a Saturday . Along with Crystal Ski they have a big program now and the 2nd Easyjet flight has been upgraded to a A320 on Saturday to accommodate
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Old 25th May 2019, 15:21
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80% load factors on both of Loganair's flights today to/from BOH, albeit operating as a combined GCI and JER flight. But at least this shows some potential.
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Old 29th May 2019, 19:36
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BOH MAR 2019 PAX

Total pax was down 2% to 39,419 from 40,298.

Top:

Paphos 3,193 up 120%
Alicante 4,537 up 26%
Krakow 3,106 up 15%
Malta 3,106 up 8%

Average:

Barbados 277 up 2%
Bergen 144 down 2%
Geneva 7,447 down 3% (But SOU down 17%)
Enontekio 300 (not operated last year)
Nantes 104 (not operated last year)

Worst (Why?):

Las Palmas 355 down 80%
Lanzarote 1,273 down 59%
Tenerife 2,617 down 44%
Malaga 3,158 down 22%
Faro 2,960 down 16%

Not operated in March 2019 versus March 2018:

Girona 0 pax versus 958 LY
Murcia 0 pax versus 983 LY
Palma 0 pax versus 1,539 LY
Seville 0 pax versus 156 LY
Turin 0 pax versus 138 LY
Tromso 0 pax versus 232 LY
Akureyri 0 pax versus 158 LY

Hopefully April 2019 will provide some more positive performance???

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Old 30th May 2019, 08:34
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I would go so far as to say the passenger figures are wrong, particularly the Canaria Islands. There has been an ongoing problem with these figures and not sure why

This of course reflects on the stats being shown but remember Easter was at the end of March last year and the summer schedule for Ryanair started the last week as well , so really nothing to worry about
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Old 30th May 2019, 08:43
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A lot of the shortages are going to be due to the way Easter falls (01Apr 2018 vs 21Apr 2019). I always think you need to look at the two months combined to see if there are any real traffic trends.
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Old 30th May 2019, 22:24
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That’s a good idea. Let’s come back again once the April figures are out. I’m happy about the Ryanair Paphos performance which seems to have improved significantly.
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Old 31st May 2019, 08:49
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Don't be as you forget that TUI restarted flights in March thats 3 flights a week, the passenger figures have all been lumped together
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Old 31st May 2019, 09:16
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Again I think it shows the CAA figures cannot be trusted as usually passenger numbers for Ryanair flights appear under 'Scheduled' and TUI flights under 'Charter'. By my calculations there are 6682 passengers 'missing' from the route analysis tables. The Canary Island figures are, as Mark says, fairly obviously wrong. It could be that the Paphos scheduled figure is Ryanair only and is correct and the charter figure is TUI and is wrong (171 would suggest only one flight has been included) or it could be that they have incorrectly been lumped together.

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Old 31st May 2019, 09:24
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TUI S20

Still nothing realeased for Ibiza and Mahon by TUI in S20, seems strange this one.
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Old 31st May 2019, 12:53
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Still nothing realeased for Ibiza and Mahon by TUI in S20, seems strange this one.
I used the Mahon earlier this month, completely full both ways. Have also heard that currently up to half a dozen TUI routes in the pipeline for announcement soon, possibly inc Cape Verde (a Max no doubt - so likely pending outcomes of return to service and then a Max based a/c at BOH - which had been in the plan).

Either way I think Naples, Mahon and Ibiza will be back in 2020

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Old 31st May 2019, 16:44
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Originally Posted by Flitefone View Post


I used the Mahon earlier this month, completely full both ways. Have also heard that currently up to half a dozen TUI routes in the pipeline for announcement soon, possibly inc Cape Verde (a Max no doubt - so likely pending outcomes of return to service and then a Max based a/c at BOH - which had been in the plan).

Either way I think Naples, Mahon and Ibiza will be back in 2020

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That all sounds very promising then, fingers crossed the max issues get sorted out and it all comes to fruition, it would be great for BOH.
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Old 31st May 2019, 16:59
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TUI Group are stating they think the MAX will be unlikely to see service again for them this summer and their losses may approach 300m Euros with a up to 26% downturn in the year figures.
Ouch.
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Old 31st May 2019, 17:52
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TUI Group are stating they think the MAX will be unlikely to see service again for them this summer and their losses may approach 300m Euros with a up to 26% downturn in the year figures.
Ouch.
I agree that the Max issues are huge, IATA are saying August for the recertification - I think even that is optimistic. But what do I know.

What is clear is that with such a huge backlog of grounded and partially completed aircraft to fix (about 500 and rising by 40+ per month) it will be next summer season in Europe before all the wrinkles of this year will have been resolved.

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Old 31st May 2019, 20:10
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Originally Posted by Flitefone View Post


I used the Mahon earlier this month, completely full both ways. Have also heard that currently up to half a dozen TUI routes in the pipeline for announcement soon, possibly inc Cape Verde (a Max no doubt - so likely pending outcomes of return to service and then a Max based a/c at BOH - which had been in the plan).

Either way I think Naples, Mahon and Ibiza will be back in 2020

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TUI use 738s from BRS and LGW to Cape Verde (neither were planned to be MAX this summer) so BOH certainly wouldn't need a MAX for these flights (even if preferable).
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Old 31st May 2019, 22:20
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Originally Posted by rog747 View Post
TUI Group are stating they think the MAX will be unlikely to see service again for them this summer and their losses may approach 300m Euros with a up to 26% downturn in the year figures.
Ouch.
They should be able to get compensation from Boeing for the MAX related losses
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