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Old 21st Aug 2019, 08:10
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June passenger data

106,376 +11% over June 2018 95,651

Positives:

Malaga 6,944 +80%
Paris CDG 6,980 +75%
Bergerac 1,136 +52%
Edinburgh 5,268 +22%
Lanzarote 3,316 +13%
Amsterdam 4,899 +13%
Dalaman 3,061 +11%
Paphos 1,855 +10% (Ryanair at BOH seems to have no effect on this route)
Larnaca 1,522 +6%
Manchester 11,286 5%

Negatives

Las Palmas 0 -100%
Corfu 1,475 -21%
Glasgow 3,234 -21%
Rennes 375 -18%
Mahon 2,817 -13%
Dublin 2,897 -12% (Ryanair at BOH seems to have impacted slightly)
Guernsey 2,557 -11%
Newcastle 3,663 -10%
Faro 2,981 -10%
Norwich 2,408 -7%
Isles of Scilly 2,184 -7%
Palma 9,043 -5%
Jersey 3,727 -4%
Alicante 3,587 -4%
Ibiza 1,393 -4%
Tenerife 1,422 -3%

New

Zakynthos 1,483
Naples 2,692
Malta 2,729
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Old 28th Aug 2019, 15:48
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July 113,032 +15.4%
Rolling 12 months 997,368 +8.4%

Positives:
Bergerac 1,232 115%
Malaga 6,705 71%
Paris CDG 7,507 69%
Edinburgh 6,135 33%
Ibiza 1,319 20%
Amsterdam 5,063 12%
Guernsey 3,229 10%
Dalaman 2,591 5%
Tenerife 1,790 3%
Mahon 2,709 1%
Palma 8,583 1%

No change:
Jersey 3,895

New:
Naples 3,001
Malta 3,065
Antalya 400

Negatives:
Norwich 2,842 -11%
Glasgow 4,025 -11%
Newcastle 3,920 -10%
Rennes 407 -10%
Lanzarote 2,642 -8%
Dublin 3,765 -5%
Faro 2,532 -5%
Alicante 3,820 -2%
Isles of Scilly 2,481 -2%
Manchester 12,447 -1%

Misc:
Las Palmas - discontinued
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Old 17th Sep 2019, 19:35
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I don't if this is a new announcement but Ryanair will be operating Alicante during the winter from Exeter starts 29th October.
https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1174042848490139648
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Old 22nd Oct 2019, 08:13
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Looks like TUI are increasing their presence at Exeter with a second based aircraft operating from Mon - Wed now

An extra service to Corfu and Palma with Las Palmas returning , while Turkey sees a massive increase to 5 flights a week now

Guess some of this will replace Flybe lost capacity
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Old 23rd Oct 2019, 07:57
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TUI have added another Zante service on a Thu am , this means possibly the second TUI aircraft remains at Exeter Mon - Thu now
Still a few gaps to fill in on Tue pm and Thu pm
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Old 23rd Oct 2019, 08:00
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TUI are I gather placing a LTN based 738 for half a week at BOH and the other half spent at EXT - Is this so?
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Old 23rd Oct 2019, 08:18
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TUI 2020 schedule as it stands for Exeter

Mon
A/C 1 EXT MAH EXT ZTH EXT

A/C 2 EXT CFU EXT LPA EXT

Tue
A/C 1 EXT PMI EXT HER EXT

A/C 2. EXT ? EXT AYT EXT

Wed
A/C 1 EXT IBZ EXT RHO EXT

A/C 2. EXT PMI EXT DLM EXT

Thu
A/C. 1. EXT FAO EXT ACE EXT

A/C 2. EXT ZTH EXT ? EXT

Fri
A/C 1 EXT MAH EXT CFU EXT PMI EXT

Sat
A/C 1. EXT. PMI. EXT. PFO. EXT

Sun
A/C. 1. EXT ACE. EXT. LCA. EXT

Its possible then that the aircraft then moves up to Bournemouth on Thursday afternoon to continue flying duties , however i dont work in aircraft scheduling and have no idea if this is the case
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Old 23rd Oct 2019, 08:35
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD View Post
TUI 2020 schedule as it stands for Exeter

Mon
A/C 1 EXT MAH EXT ZTH EXT

A/C 2 EXT CFU EXT LPA EXT

Tue
A/C 1 EXT PMI EXT HER EXT

A/C 2. EXT ? EXT AYT EXT

Wed
A/C 1 EXT IBZ EXT RHO EXT

A/C 2. EXT PMI EXT DLM EXT

Thu
A/C. 1. EXT FAO EXT ACE EXT

A/C 2. EXT ZTH EXT ? EXT

Fri
A/C 1 EXT MAH EXT CFU EXT PMI EXT

Sat
A/C 1. EXT. PMI. EXT. PFO. EXT

Sun
A/C. 1. EXT ACE. EXT. LCA. EXT

Its possible then that the aircraft then moves up to Bournemouth on Thursday afternoon to continue flying duties , however i dont work in aircraft scheduling and have no idea if this is the case
Nice one - quite possible A/C 2 on Thurs goes over to BOH

as for the slot on TUES am - is it Tenerife TFS or Reus QGN?

Edit the Tues TFS appears to be op by NOR/DY - Maybe TUI keep the slot open in case NOR stops flying?
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Old 29th Oct 2019, 12:00
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Ryanair look to be dropping the Naples flight which was summer only after 1 season
The other 3 flights to Malta , Malaga and Alicante are now year round all 2 x week

Looks like the airport will head towards the elusive 1 million passenger mark for next year

The Tuesday slot in the am has now been filled in with TFS which was originally operated by Norwegian

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Old 29th Oct 2019, 19:21
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD View Post

Looks like the airport will head towards the elusive 1 million passenger mark for next year
EXT's 12-month rolling total at the end of August this year was 1,013,235, vide CAA stats.

The airport's best calendar year to date was 2007 when 1.012 million passengers were handled.
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Old 14th Nov 2019, 16:47
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Brief look at Exeter schedule next summer with Flybe / Virgin and there is still 3 based DHC8 400 operating out , looks like at the moment CDG and AMS are back to just daily flights as opposed to twice a day at the moment

Rennes looks to be not operating but the Edinburgh service is upgraded to a E 195 operated by Stobart
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Old 5th Jan 2020, 11:30
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TUI seem to be having a bit of a cull at some UK airports ahead of summer 2020

Flights to AYT and DLM on Thursday and Friday using Freebird have been cut leaving 3 flights a week now to Turkey

Still a gap on Thursday pm using the 2 nd based TUI aircraft unless itís positions to BOH earlier and sits on the ground which would be unlikely given the shortages

It could still be used for a PMI service as airline is still tba. for an EXT flight that day
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Old 14th Jan 2020, 13:15
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Looks like TUI have moved the Dalaman service that was operating on Thursday to BOH now and Freebird i would imagine are operating it
The case of the missing gap on a Thu with TUI has been resolved with the flight now operating EXT FAO EMA FAO EXT BOH

Palma on a Thursday has now been axed leaves just 4 flights a week , surprised considering the loss of the Flybe route

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Old 31st Jan 2020, 16:18
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Exeter saw a fall in Pax in Dec 19 versus the year before of 6% to 60,664.

Saw some healthy gains on some routes like Malaga (up 93%) and Alicante (up 30%), plus Tenerife (up 18%).
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Old 6th Feb 2020, 09:13
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Wiz rumoured to be looking at Exeter next year .
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 10:27
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Seems like no-one cares about EXT on this site.

SO Blue Islands have confirmed a new EXT-MAN service. I have serious doubts about whether this will survive given the fact they have no codeshares with passengers for onward journeys. This was the engine that kept the Flybe Manchester flight working.
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 10:34
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Think the likes of SOU are stealing all the unfortunate limelight atm, however fact of the matter is EXT is also in a precarious position too, just lucky they'll have the likes of RYN and TUI going into the summer season, fingers crossed for all of those concerned.
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 10:55
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Sharklet - codeshares were not that important to EXT/MAN - it was the domestic feeds to the likes of ABZ that were far more significant. I guess we'll need to see what BI have planned - they must be well aware of that. Also they're only flying 2 x daily versus the 4 x daily that Flybe had at the peak.
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 14:07
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OK but whether it was codeshares or connections these are neither things offered by Blue Islands as far as I know. I certainly wish them luck - will be interesting to see how it pans out. To be honest I think an EXT-LHR would've been better.
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Old 13th Mar 2020, 16:13
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It should not be difficult for Loganair and Blue Islands to reach an interline agreement if they so wish. It would be mutually beneficial. In terms of route selection, Exeter to London and Exeter to Manchester represent negligible overlap. A decision to serve one of those routes does not mean that a service to the other cannot be introduced.
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