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Old 19th Aug 2020, 09:38
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Easy jet have dropped the Sunday service to Geneva leaving 5 flights a week for the season

Looking at other bases and flights to GVA it looks quite a cull they have had so hopefully between SOU and BOH they have fared somewhat better
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Old 25th Aug 2020, 15:33
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Has a feasibility study ever been carried out to consider connecting the airport terminal to the main railway line with a light rail or maglev style infrastructure?
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Old 25th Aug 2020, 19:39
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Not being rude but I am guessing you have come late to the party re BOH and public transport conversationís over the years on this thread

In answer to your question is a big ď NO ď itís been discussed and itís not going to happen

BOH canít even get a bus service thatís regular or reliable I am afraid
Sorry .....
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Old 28th Aug 2020, 14:56
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Originally Posted by richardwpprn View Post
Has a feasibility study ever been carried out to consider connecting the airport terminal to the main railway line with a light rail or maglev style infrastructure?
There used to be a railway station at Hurn (now the Avon Causway pub), but unfortunately it closed in 1935 about 7 years before the airfield was built.

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Old 12th Sep 2020, 13:09
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BOH handled 16,280 pax in July 2020. Obviously a massive fall from 95,320 the year prior.

Other airports handled much fewer than BOH including CWL at just 3,506 pax and SOU with only 7,594. EXT handled 2,150 for the month. Probably a reflection of the double hit caused by Flybe's collapse. Nonetheless a slight silver lining to the clouds for BOH.
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Old 14th Sep 2020, 15:32
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Ryanair are releasing their Summer 21 schedule slowly
At the moment everything is pre Covid 2020 , basically nothing has changed except the Dublin flights are only 2 a week as opposed to 4 and Prague is back on sale having moved to a summer only destination

TUI seem to be drip feeding there flights back for next summer but 7 destinations remain off sale

Tenerife
Dalaman
Antalya
Crete
Skiathos
Ibiza
Lanzarote ( only 1 flt at the moment)

There are gaps in the schedule but it looks like there is no 2nd aircraft from Fri - Sun
The same is with Exeter no 2nd aircraft Mon - Thu

Hopefully things will improve but everything is very fluid at the moment

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Old 25th Sep 2020, 11:10
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At the moment TUI seem to be having a bit of a cull at BOH and EXT with summer 2021
Ibiza
Crete
Tenerife
Skiathos
Dalaman
Lanzarote
Las Palmas
These are all off sale with Antalya going 2 x week at the expense of some other routes . All the flights have been brought in house with TUI , but no second aircraft base at the moment

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