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Old 5th Sep 2020, 08:31
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Originally Posted by pabely View Post
Guernsey style 7 days isolation plus £50 test starts Monday, don't expect a big rush in takers.
Guernsey at least is open to non residents.
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Old 7th Sep 2020, 20:22
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Looks like easyJet are changing things slowly again, flights are showing in the system but not available to book - the next available flights to book are as follows

Liverpool - 14 December 2020

London Gatwick- 27th October 2020

Bristol - 29 March 2021

Belfast - 29 March 2021

Manchester - 14th December 2020

London Luton - 28th March 2021



Aer Lingus remains unchanged

Dublin - 25th October 2020



Loganair pushed back EDI by 2 months



Edinburgh- 2nd November 2020


Aurigny

Air Corridor to Guernsey ends 19th September 2020

No Update on LGW

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Old 8th Sep 2020, 16:04
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Were EZY operating IOM-LTN pre-Covid?
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Old 8th Sep 2020, 16:05
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Were EZY operating IOM-LTN pre-Covid?
Yes, they started a couple of years ago
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Old 8th Sep 2020, 20:33
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2017, before that Flybe & Aer Arran & BA!
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Old 9th Sep 2020, 23:11
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Has the IOM come to an agreement over flights

Loganairs London City ends 30th October and Manchester and Liverpool 26th March 21
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Old 10th Sep 2020, 08:33
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Has the IOM come to an agreement over flights

Loganairs London City ends 30th October and Manchester and Liverpool 26th March 21
Not necessarily is all I can say on that
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Old 10th Sep 2020, 12:16
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This total mess is the direct result of Open Skies. Without this, we'd have a base and a set of aircraft here that could operate as many or as few flights as needed to match the frequency needed.

Instead. well, you get what was predicted years ago. Take a bow Tony Brown.
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Old 10th Sep 2020, 12:50
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Has the IOM come to an agreement over flights

Loganairs London City ends 30th October and Manchester and Liverpool 26th March 21
EDI also not available to book passed Late March 2021
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Old 20th Sep 2020, 19:21
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easyJet no flights to Liverpool available Monday/Wednesday throughout January
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Changes to easyJet delaying Gatwick and removing Manchester flights from sale, Aer Lingus delaying until Q1 2021 and Loganair removing Edinburgh



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Liverpool - 18 December 2020



London Gatwick- 17 December 2020



Bristol - 29 March 2021



Belfast - 29 March 2021



Manchester - No Longer in Booking System



London Luton - 28th March 2021



Aer Lingus



Dublin - 21st January 2021


Loganair



Edinburgh- No Longer in Booking System



London City - Due to end 30th October, rumours of moving to London Heathrow 12x Weekly however not confirmed


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Old 6th Oct 2020, 22:40
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Something needs to be done urgently regarding the London market as it stands there are no flight options beyond the end of October. It is ridiculous that the island will not have any flights to/from London especially given during August nearly as many people flew the route with a once a day flight as Liverpool with a twice a day flight and patient transfers. Easyjet are not going to be seen for a long time yet so lets hope something is done to encourage Loganair to continue operating into London City or even better London Heathrow.
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Old 7th Oct 2020, 08:20
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Something needs to be done urgently regarding the London market as it stands there are no flight options beyond the end of October. It is ridiculous that the island will not have any flights to/from London especially given during August nearly as many people flew the route with a once a day flight as Liverpool with a twice a day flight and patient transfers. Easyjet are not going to be seen for a long time yet so lets hope something is done to encourage Loganair to continue operating into London City or even better London Heathrow.
increase the population and you will see BA A319
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Old 7th Oct 2020, 08:30
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^^^

Definitely in the running for most banal PPRuNe posting of the year award.

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I feel that airlines are going to start getting bored of the IOM border rules and just remove flights until further notice. EasyJet are already doing it on their network on some routes I feel it’s only a matter of time
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Old 13th Oct 2020, 21:00
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Threats - speculation.

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I feel that airlines are going to start getting bored of the IOM border rules and just remove flights until further notice. EasyJet are already doing it on their network on some routes I feel it’s only a matter of time
As far as the great majority of Isle of Man residents are concerned we do not care at all about 'airlines starting to get bored' as you state in what sounds like some sort of attempt at pressure or other threat. What we do care about is successfully protecting our people in regard to this Covid19 virus. And so far we have had huge success in that. So what is your actual agenda flyerguy? Help the airlines at whatever human health cost?
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Old 13th Oct 2020, 21:08
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As far as the great majority of Isle of Man residents are concerned we do not care at all about 'airlines starting to get bored' as you state in what sounds like some sort of attempt at pressure or other threat. What we do care about is successfully protecting our people in regard to this Covid19 virus. And so far we have had huge success in that. So what is your actual agenda flyerguy? Help the airlines at whatever human health cost?
Have you pesonally asked the opinion of all the IoM residents or are you just assuming that you speak on behalf of all the residents ?
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Old 13th Oct 2020, 21:28
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Originally Posted by milleriom View Post
As far as the great majority of Isle of Man residents are concerned we do not care at all about 'airlines starting to get bored' as you state in what sounds like some sort of attempt at pressure or other threat. What we do care about is successfully protecting our people in regard to this Covid19 virus. And so far we have had huge success in that. So what is your actual agenda flyerguy? Help the airlines at whatever human health cost?
Neither a threat nor speculation. The virus is going to be part of our everyday life for the foreseeable future. Economy’s in locked down areas such as the Island are going to start becoming weaker without connections to the outside world.

To say that that post was a threat when airlines are doing the same around the world is just ludicrous.

Airlines selling routes that keep getting put back are simply going to remove them all together so customers are not purchasing tickets and then having to refund back and forth
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Old 13th Oct 2020, 21:33
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If residents are away and returning and then isolating for 14 days why isn’t this being rolled out to immediate friends and family. Just because people are resistants of the UK doesn’t mean their ‘superspreaders’. IATA figures show that the rate of transmission is extremely low. Add in the 14 days and they’d be minimal risk of transition into the general public.
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Old 13th Oct 2020, 21:37
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Have you personally asked the opinion of all the IoM residents or are you just assuming that you speak on behalf of all the residents ?
An unhelpful reply which adds nothing to the topic. Have you asked them yourself to give you grounds to challenge my statement?

You clearly have not even thought of asking the Isle of Man Government who actually do know the consensus views on this topic of the 85,000 or so residents. Had you done so you would be told the same thing I stated in my post that caused you such needless concern that you simply and rapidly lashed out questioning my remark. How clever was that I wonder. Or rather I do not need to wonder. Busy day ahead so I shall bid you goodnight and less needless purposeless anger now.
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