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Old 1st Sep 2020, 11:02
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All hands on deck.

Public comments on the page mention the departure tax.

https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...rport-out-70s/

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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 07:29
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Jetsgo Jetextra = same CEO

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Does JetsGo have any relation to the Jetxtra outfit that existed up at HUY once upon a time?
Yes indeed - same guy - Daniel Reilly,

JetXtra was launched in 2012 by 26-year-old Daniel Reilly from Liverpool.(ex Police Officer)
In January 2012, Jet2.com took issue over the use of the word 'jet' in the name.

In May 2013, flights commenced from Humberside Airport using a Volotea Boeing 717.
For the summer season of 2014, JetXtra provided services between Alicante and Palma de Mallorca and Humberside using a BA CityFlyer Embraer E-Jets.
Operations then were due to begin as JetsGo to Palma using BHD but the whole series was cancelled before its start due to ATOL and Spanish Bond issues
Germania was doing the BHD flight on a W pattern.
Holidays continued from MAN with Small Planet and BACF.
then currently from MME and INV. (Alba Star)

I did mention in an above post that looking at JetsGo's logo, colours and brochure it does have a wee bit of a look like Jet2 Holidays...
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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 07:43
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Just to clarify JetsGo are a Spanish company although run by Daniel Reilly. No flights operated from MME this year

https://www.majorcadailybulletin.com...-holidays.html

JetsGoholidays.com (we, us, our) is the trading name of JetsGo Holidays Spain S.L CIF - B57880601 a Spanish limited liability company whose registered address is Carrer Jose Anselmo Clave 8, Palma, Mallorca. We are a Spain based tour operator and are fully licensed and bonded through the Spanish Tourism Ministry (Conselleria de Turisme i Esport) with licence number AVBAL/678.
https://www.jetsgoholidays.com/useful-information/terms-and-conditions





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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 07:52
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Seems JetsGo operate and sell their UK departing package holidays using a Spanish Bond for financial protection, they have no CAA ATOL nor belong to ABTA -
This is a new one on me, although being an ABTA member is not a prerequisite, an ATOL I thought was...
Their Spanish Bond operates under EU law, fine, but what happens after 31/12/2020?

From JetsGo FAQ's
Our package holidays are financially protected, so you can have peace of mind when you book with JetsGo Holidays!
We are a fully licensed and bonded tour operator with licence number 678 issued by the Spanish Tourism Ministry, complying with the European Unions Package Travel Directive. The Package Travel Directive (2015/2302/EU) is a European wide regulation protecting travellers’ rights when booking package holidays, in relation to cancellation, liability, repatriation and refunds.
JetsGo Holidays, as required by EU law, has protection in place to refund customer payments in the unlikely event of JetsGo Holidays insolvency, and, where necessary, for repatriation. If one of the suppliers we work with ceases to trade and this affects your booking, we will attempt to rearrange your booking for you or offer a refund.

We also recommend customers pay with a credit card as this offers further protection under the Consumer Credit Act. (which is a UK law)
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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 14:25
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New body scanners installed at MME to allow security to be bypassed at Schiphol and LHR.

View more: https://www.teessideinternational.co...wUUkKrey4kwOBc
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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 15:33
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Originally Posted by OMGitsDAVE View Post
New body scanners installed at MME to allow security to be bypassed at Schiphol and LHR.

View more: https://www.teessideinternational.co...wUUkKrey4kwOBc
To make it clear, if you had arrived and remained airside when connecting at AMS (or LHR), you wouldn’t need to “re-clear” security before your connecting flight departed - the only potential check would be of your passport due to Schengen area requirements (at AMS).
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Old 2nd Sep 2020, 17:18
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Are you allowed to stay airside at LHR if you're not on a through ticket
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Old 3rd Sep 2020, 09:57
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Originally Posted by SWBKCB View Post
Are you allowed to stay airside at LHR if you're not on a through ticket
Nope, if your on 2 separate tickets you must re check in again landside
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Old 3rd Sep 2020, 11:02
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Originally Posted by flyerguy View Post
Nope, if your on 2 separate tickets you must re check in again landside
Not sure you need to if you don't have any checked in luggage. If it were terminal 5 (not sure about t2) doing Domestic > International then there wouldn't be an issue.
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Old 3rd Sep 2020, 14:00
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Originally Posted by tigertanaka View Post
Not sure you need to if you don't have any checked in luggage. If it were terminal 5 (not sure about t2) doing Domestic > International then there wouldn't be an issue.
I’ve had people try (I operate out of LHR) and I’ve seen them turned around by the Transfer Agents
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Old 4th Sep 2020, 10:17
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Surely, it would not be a problem if you have already checked in on line for the second flight and hold a boarding card for it.
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Old 4th Sep 2020, 10:35
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Originally Posted by FFHKG View Post
Surely, it would not be a problem if you have already checked in on line for the second flight and hold a boarding card for it.
But surely you'd still need to go through security if you go landside, even if you've checked in on line and gone through security at MME?
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Old 4th Sep 2020, 10:42
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If it's at LHR, if you transit from a domestic arrival to another flight, you do not go through security at Heathrow as you have already cleared that at the origin airport with the UK. Similar, here in Spain, transiting at Madrid from an internal Spanish flight does not involve going through security again. At AMS, all security used to be at the gate, but I gather this has now changed so I am not sure how they operate there now.
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Old 4th Sep 2020, 11:05
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I can see that if you are connecting on one ticket and stay airside, but for example if you are self connecting on Eastern from MME to BA at LHR, How does that work - surely you leave the secure "bubble" when you change terminals and would have to clear security again in T5, or is there a way of doing it and remaining airside?
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Old 4th Sep 2020, 12:50
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Originally Posted by SWBKCB View Post
I can see that if you are connecting on one ticket and stay airside, but for example if you are self connecting on Eastern from MME to BA at LHR, How does that work - surely you leave the secure "bubble" when you change terminals and would have to clear security again in T5, or is there a way of doing it and remaining airside?
Airside Transfers are done through shuttle buses, which you would need a Transfer Ticket. If not then the underground, rail or bus network landside to T5
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Old 4th Sep 2020, 14:06
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If you fly domestic into T5 on BA and then out of T5 on international you dont need to go through security again at LHR assuming your bags are checked through to your destination and you have all boarding passes.

If you fly domestic into T5 on BA then out of T2, T3, T4 with a partner airline and some others on international and your bags are checked through to the final destination and you have all boarding passes, you have to get the airside transfer bus to the relevant terminal (you dont need a transfer ticket just a valid boarding pass also dont need to collect bags) where you will have to go through security again before entering the departure lounge in that terminal.

If you fly into LHR terminal ,2,3,4 or 5 on an international and your checked to your final destination ( baggage and boarding pass) and you depart on a domestic out of T5 you will use the airside bus to get to your departure terminal. and you will have to clear security at the terminal you depart from. If your flying in to T5 on international and out on domestic you still need to clear security at T5. ( dont need the transfer bus though.)

Hope that makes sense.

So for Eastern from Teeside there will have to be some through check in facility in place otherwise you will have to collect bags if you have any at the arrival terminal. Transfer with your bags landside. Check in again for your next flight and go through security. Hopefully something will be in place to avoid this.



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Old 4th Sep 2020, 14:33
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So for Eastern from Teeside there will have to be some through check in facility in place otherwise you will have to collect bags if you have any at the arrival terminal. Transfer with your bags landside. Check in again for your next flight and go through security. Hopefully something will be in place to avoid this.
If there is, nothing has been announced. As far as I am aware, Eastern have no agreements with any other airlines at Heathrow. So, I'm curious as to why the airports press release says:

The machines, fully compliant with Department for Transport regulations, will also make onward connectivity to Amsterdam Schiphol and Heathrow even smoother by removing the requirement to go through their security processes.
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Old 13th Sep 2020, 17:19
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Quite a momentous moment in NE aviation history tomorrow ( Ok..bit strong!)...but for the first time ever..more departures to London Heathrow from TIA tomorrow than Newcastle..strange times!
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Old 13th Sep 2020, 18:20
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Originally Posted by highwideandugly View Post
Quite a momentous moment in NE aviation history tomorrow ( Ok..bit strong!)...but for the first time ever..more departures to London Heathrow from TIA tomorrow than Newcastle..strange times!
A ‘strange’ anomaly that won’t last...
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Old 13th Sep 2020, 21:48
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Originally Posted by highwideandugly View Post
Quite a momentous moment in NE aviation history tomorrow ( Ok..bit strong!)...but for the first time ever..more departures to London Heathrow from TIA tomorrow than Newcastle..strange times!
Has the Mayor called a full press conference yet?
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