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Old 19th Sep 2017, 14:15
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Yes, ALC will remain as both an operational and standby base, PMI will be fully operational. Jet2 have had a PMI base this summer however it has been operated using a leased Aer Europa B738 with mixed Aer Europa and Jet2 decals and Jet2 cabin crew.
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Old 19th Sep 2017, 14:16
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The LS522 has been caught up in the aftermath of Tuifly incident in FUE. Due back into NCL at 2am this morning, now due to arrive 930pm tonight. No accomadation for pax overnight so reports of pax sleeping on the floors ag the airport, very little info provided. If you believe social media anyhow
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Old 19th Sep 2017, 15:46
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Thanks for the info Johnny. That's an interesting development.
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Old 20th Sep 2017, 01:13
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http://www.travelweekly.co.uk/articl...-august-by-oag

Jet2.com has been ranked as the UK’s most punctual airline in August.

The latest rankings by travel intelligence company OAG mean that the leisure carrier has topped the ranking for on time performance over three consecutive peak summer months.

Latest statistics published for August show Jet2.com as achieving 89.9% punctuality, more than 3% better than Thomson Airways, which was ranked as the next best UK airline for on-time flights.

Jet2.com’s on time performance compared with 84% reported for Flybe, 81.3% for Ryanair, 80.6% for Monarch, 78.6% for Virgin Atlantic, 77.4% for Thomas Cook Airlines, 77.3% for Bmi Regional, 77% for British Airways and 68.3% for easyJet.

Jet2.com was ranked 31st out of all airlines in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region for punctuality.

“Our teams work incredibly hard to give customers the perfect start to a lovely holiday and this data shows that this hard work is really paying off,” the airline said.

“OAG is one of the industry’s most recognised and respected providers of rankings of on time pereformance for all airlines and airports.

“Its annual punctuality league is regarded as the industry’s benchmark for measuring on-time performance for airlines and airports.”
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Old 6th Oct 2017, 12:04
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HI All, long time lurker, first time poster.

The latest ATOL figures show Jet2Holidays are now the 2nd biggest tour operator, Given Jet2Hols didnít exist 10 years, this is quite remarkable. (Monarch were previously 6th)

Rank Licence Holder ATOLNumber Passengers Licensed
1 TUI UK Ltd 2524 5386845
2 Jet2holidays Ltd 9618 2936420
3 Thomas Cook Tour Operations Ltd 1179 2389227
4 Expedia, Inc 5788 1416227
5 On The Beach Ltd 10017 1205480
6 British Airways Holidays Ltd 5985 786000
7 We Love Holidays Limited 10989 631066
8 Travel Republic Ltd 10581 610269
9 BravoNext SA 11082 384737
10 Virgin Holidays Ltd 2358 369488

With the loss of Monarch, it would make sense for Jet2 to continue with their expansion, as we've seen in the past few days they've added over 100k seats in BHX/MAN with a few extras in LBA/STN too
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Old 6th Oct 2017, 15:08
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Just read on another airline's forum, that Jet2 are apparently going to be leasing two A330's from AirTanker next year!

Can anyone confirm if this is true or not? And will they both be based at Manchester?

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Old 6th Oct 2017, 19:35
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Two extra aircraft into Birmingham next summer:

https://www.birminghamairport.co.uk/...ingham-airport
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Old 6th Oct 2017, 23:07
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With all this additional capacity being added, and additional aircraft expansion at certain bases, are we likely to see quite a few 2nd hand B737-800's being added to the fleet this year?

I know that there are 14 new aircraft due by April 18, but I thought they had been accounted for in fleet replacement and the original planned expansion for 2018.
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Old 7th Oct 2017, 03:48
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It may also be that some 733s which might have been retired will be kept longer than initially planned. Are any of the 757s due to be withdrawn yet, extensions for those aircraft may also be possible?
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Old 7th Oct 2017, 14:23
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Originally Posted by garry8g View Post
Just read on another airline's forum, that Jet2 are apparently going to be leasing two A330's from AirTanker next year!

Can anyone confirm if this is true or not? And will they both be based at Manchester?
Rumours are the Titan are planning to add two ex Air Berlin A330ís. Titan have operated A320 and 757ís for LS over the past few summers. I wonder if the rumours are true about LS Leasing 2 A330ís next year, if the aircraft could be coming from Titan and not Air Tanker
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Old 7th Oct 2017, 14:48
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There were a load of 737Max due for delivery from next year... Who knows what deals are being done!
Air Berlin also operated 737-800, so that could be a source.
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Old 8th Oct 2017, 20:29
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Is it possible that Jet2 might inherit the Monarch 737 max order?
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Old 8th Oct 2017, 21:17
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Interesting thought, when was the first due to be delivered, as the production line
moves so fast may well never be built but parts may well be moved on to future builds
so I guess you would need to ask Boeing.
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Old 8th Oct 2017, 22:18
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If there is a lack of capacity in the fleet a step in the right direction would be to drop the disastrous programme into Madeira (FNC). I would be surprised if there is any net profit there once the costs of all the diverts is taken into consideration.
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Old 8th Oct 2017, 22:27
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Just out of curiosity how many diverts have there been at Funchal in the last 6 months?
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Old 10th Oct 2017, 09:49
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Just out of curiosity how many diverts have there been at Funchal in the last 6 months?
I remember hearing of at least 3: 24th July, 7th Aug and 2nd October
Knowing how temperamental the weather at FNC can be, it's probably more
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Old 10th Oct 2017, 12:50
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Originally Posted by Plane.Silly View Post
I remember hearing of at least 3: 24th July, 7th Aug and 2nd October
Knowing how temperamental the weather at FNC can be, it's probably more
Drop FNC swap it for GIB.
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Old 10th Oct 2017, 13:20
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Why drop FNC and replace it with GIB as they are two different markets, even though there have been a few diversions at FNC I don't see any reason why to stop flying there as Jet2 can always add GIB in addition to keeping FNC.

Madeira is a popular island for the British and having been there myself on numerous occasions I wouldn't like to see it being dropped just because of a few diversions.
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Old 10th Oct 2017, 13:32
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They are not simple diversions diverting to ACE TFS for example is very costly with no option to coach pax I was diverted to ACE along with four other aircraft spent two hours on the ground then tried again two attempts to land at FNC then diverted to LIS crew out of hours hoteled over night then finally landed at FNC a day later ... very expensive
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Old 10th Oct 2017, 13:46
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I'm very aware of the logistical nightmare any diversion from FNC can create but in the long term I don't see any reason why it should be dropped regardless of a few diversions.
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