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Old 5th Apr 2018, 12:16
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TUI (2019)

Second aircraft confirmed:

Monday
PMI 06.00-13.00, DLM 14.15-00.55
FAO 07.05-14.05, BOJ 17.55-03.10
Tuesday
PMI 05.45-13.20, ZTH 14.00-23.10
REU 06.30-12.05, PMI 13.30-20.20
Wednesday
RHO 07.00-17.25, PMI 18.55-01.40
IBZ 07.00-14.00, PFO 15.25-02.35
Thursday
ACE 06.00-15.20, HER 16.15-02.10
BOJ 06.00-15.15, LPA 16.50-02.35
Friday
ZTH 06.45-16.05, REU 17.35-23.40
CFU 07.40-15.20, TFS 17.20-02.50
Satueday
PMI 05.40-12.40, RHO 14.55-01.35
IBZ 06.00-13.00, KGS 14.20-00.20
Sunday
AGP 06.00-13.50, HER 15.10-01.20
PMI 07.05-14.05, ACE 15.15-00.35

PFO, DLM New, AGP and REU mix of TUI resuming and chartered out.
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Old 5th Apr 2018, 12:27
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Originally Posted by diple View Post
23 flights on your own dime or your company's? I'd guess if you are moving to LH that it is a company paying the bill.
Own pocket but worth it. Iím fortunate to have found my soul mate and present circumstances mean we are in a LDR.
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Old 5th Apr 2018, 12:30
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Sweet. didn't expect that in a thread like this.
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Old 10th Apr 2018, 15:11
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Almost 2.3 million in March +3%

Europe 1.1m +5%
UK 807,000 -5%
Transatlantic 258,000 +24%
M.E & Other 78,000 +30%
Domestic 7,600 +12%

First 3 months over 6 million +4% (248,500)

https://www.dublinairport.com/latest...ite-storm-emma
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Old 10th Apr 2018, 15:36
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7600/90days = 84.44 domestic passengers average per day. I can't see how much the PSO costs but it doesn't deliver a huge amount of people to the regional airports. It is with us for 4 more years anyhow.

I don't know how they are comiling this but I would have expected many more passengers going to M.E. and Other since it seems to be a rite of passage for the Irish to head to Australia in their twenties so maybe they are counted among the 1.1m and 807k heading to Europe and U.K.
They'll never get direct flights(remote a chance as it is) or more flexible flights to Australia if they don't have better stats becuase the airlines aren't going to share those stats amongst themselves.
Still great results despite the storm disruption where plenty of passengers wouldn't have bothered rebooking and stayed at home.
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Old 10th Apr 2018, 15:44
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7600/90days = 84.44 domestic passengers average per day. I can't see how much the PSO costs but it doesn't deliver a huge amount of people to the regional airports. It is with us for 4 more years anyhow.
Loads are around 64% based on March figure however as Stobart didn't purchase a second ATR 42 replacement KIR was upgraded to 72 so loads have dropped to 52%.

I don't know how they are comiling this but I would have expected many more passengers going to M.E. and Other since it seems to be a rite of passage for the Irish to head to Australia in their twenties so maybe they are counted among the 1.1m and 807k heading to Europe and U.K.
They'll never get direct flights(remote a chance as it is) or more flexible flights to Australia if they don't have better stats becuase the airlines aren't going to share those stats amongst themselves.
Still great results despite the storm disruption where plenty of passengers wouldn't have bothered rebooking and stayed at home.
Stats are based on direct passengers, as for the stats the airport have the info but Australia flights are not going to happen.
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Old 11th Apr 2018, 10:00
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Originally Posted by diple View Post
7600/90days = 84.44 domestic passengers average per day. I can't see how much the PSO costs but it doesn't deliver a huge amount of people to the regional airports. It is with us for 4 more years anyhow.
That's 7600 in March which is 245 per day.

The number of passengers on domestic routes increased by 12%, as almost 7,600 passengers travelled this route sector last month
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Old 14th Apr 2018, 14:02
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ACDM (Airport Collaborative Decision Making) trails to start in a few days with full implementation by September/October.
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Old 14th Apr 2018, 15:49
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ACDM (Airport Collaborative Decision Making) trails to start in a few days with full implementation by September/October.
Most people will not know what this entails, perhaps a description of what it is/does would be helpful.
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Old 14th Apr 2018, 16:14
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Simples. Everyone is on board and you want to go early but you cant cos your handling agent has dumped the loadsheet in the cockpit and fled off to the next aircraft and they won't answer on the VHF frequency to bring forward your TOBT which in turn generates you a new TSAT which is "hopefully" closer to what the actual time is now when you want to go. OR you are running late and miss your TOBT and TSAT and again no one answers the VHF so you sit there and go out of hours.

Its a great system. Must have been designed by Germans.
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Old 14th Apr 2018, 17:32
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Originally Posted by MCDU2 View Post
Simples. Everyone is on board and you want to go early but you cant cos your handling agent has dumped the loadsheet in the cockpit and fled off to the next aircraft and they won't answer on the VHF frequency to bring forward your TOBT which in turn generates you a new TSAT which is "hopefully" closer to what the actual time is now when you want to go. OR you are running late and miss your TOBT and TSAT and again no one answers the VHF so you sit there and go out of hours.

Its a great system. Must have been designed by Germans.
Surly going out of house is down to Shamrock HQ and tight restoring, it happens far to often without such a system in place!
Canary islands, a mere 45 min delay to these and more often than not they get cancelled.

Anyway at DUB I suspect overall it will be positive.

Most people will not know what this entails, perhaps a description of what it is/does would be helpful.
Perhaps, basally a method to improve airfield efficiency and resource allocation. Better communication with all parties which in turn will lead to better resource usage and little things like DUB will no longer apply a standard taxi time but rather a customized one and it won't be a case of first come first served with departures, they will be sequenced in a way to minimize taxi time etc.
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Old 16th Apr 2018, 11:41
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Just a question on the statistics.

I'm assuming these measure all flights (arrivals and departures).

Does the ME "and other" number including Turkey (specifically) TK, or is TK included in the European numbers.

Is there any way one can mine deeper into the ME numbers, to determine what routes are doing better (or worse). Presumably once HU and CX start, they will cover them under a separate heading?

As things stand, there are 5 ME flights a day (QR 1 and EY/EK 2 each). With 10 flights a day, 30 flights a month, that's 300 flights a month, but that gives us 390 per flight - which is considerably in excess of QR's and EY's capacity.

The British CAA gives stats on individual routes; is there any equivalent Irish information?
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Old 16th Apr 2018, 12:19
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Raw numbers for individual routes are published by the CSO, but they tend to lag by 3-4 months

Passenger Movement by Irish Airport, Direction, Foreign Airport and Month - StatBank - data and statistics
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Old 17th Apr 2018, 10:11
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Originally Posted by akerosid View Post

As things stand, there are 5 ME flights a day (QR 1 and EY/EK 2 each). With 10 flights a day, 30 flights a month, that's 300 flights a month, but that gives us 390 per flight - which is considerably in excess of QR's and EY's capacity.
Are you dividing by 200 rather than 300?

78,000 / 300 = 260 (and if TK is counted as Middle East, it comes down further)
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Old 17th Apr 2018, 14:25
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Ah yes, I think you might have spotted the reason I didn't pursue a career in accountancy!
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Old 18th Apr 2018, 16:16
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Norwegian expansion

Norwegian are expanding Dublin service for W18/19 by increasing frequencies on the:

Dublin - Newburgh from 6 to 14 weekly

Dublin - Providence from 3 to 7 weekly

Info was found on routes online news.

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Old 18th Apr 2018, 16:23
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Well done, you found something that was reported on here ages ago.
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Old 18th Apr 2018, 16:32
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Well done, you found something that was reported on here ages ago.
Well done, youíve been charming. Rather than just breeze past someone repeating info, you felt it appropriate to try and be smart. Giving a significant impression that is distinctly the opposite.
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Old 18th Apr 2018, 16:36
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Well done, you found something that was reported on here ages ago.
Someone being helpful and you're out with the sarcasm ryan, u baby.......
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Old 18th Apr 2018, 17:16
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Facebook or PPRuNe?

God posting quality has declined.
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