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Old 4th Oct 2020, 15:18
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So has the mayor given up on aviation if he wants to build offices on the site for bean counters.
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Old 4th Oct 2020, 15:22
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Old 4th Oct 2020, 16:08
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The mayor himself has said if aviation doesn't work he was willing to build on the site.
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Old 9th Oct 2020, 13:56
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We shall also shortly add a number of interline agreements especially aiding our Teesside-London Heathrow service
A relief to hear!
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Old 9th Oct 2020, 14:30
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’aiding’ is not a particularly reassuring term...
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Old 9th Oct 2020, 14:59
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Problem is..the cost of slots at Heathrow, would I guess , prohibit long term Eastern operation into that airport?

As previously said ,the fear is KLM depart the scene and “hey presto”. No regional connectivity to major markets when/if they recover?
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Old 9th Oct 2020, 15:07
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’aiding’ is not a particularly reassuring term...
Really? The full quote is "We shall also shortly add a number of interline agreements especially aiding our Teesside-London Heathrow service and major hubs such as Manchester." Do you find that more re-assuring?

Problem is..the cost of slots at Heathrow, would I guess , prohibit long term Eastern operation into that airport?
Long term? The price of slots is determined by supply and demand, so anybody who knows what the long term demand is going to be...
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Old 14th Oct 2020, 19:01
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How much are directors paid at Teesside Airport?
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Old 14th Oct 2020, 19:35
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Why does it matter. New hole to stick your head in.
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Old 14th Oct 2020, 19:44
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How much are directors paid at Teesside Airport?
Directors payments are normally disclosed in the annual accounts. Remember there is a distinction between people who are proper Companies House directors and those who are just senior managers who have director job titles (and some are both).
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Old 20th Oct 2020, 16:35
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September stats - AMS 839, BHD 395, LHR 304, NQY 350, SOU 135, JER 170.
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 18:32
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To put the numbers in SWBKCB's post in context, here are the...

September CAA stats:

Terminal passengers: 3,199 - down 78% v prior year (by comparison, August was 2,529)
  • Aberdeen: 870 (v 369 in Aug and -43% v Sep 2019)
  • Amsterdam: 839 (v 1,053 in Aug and -93% v Sep 2019)
  • Belfast City: 395 (v 368 in Aug)
  • London Heathrow: 294 (new)
  • Newquay: 375 (v 630 in Aug)
  • Southampton: 135 (new)
  • Jersey: 174 (-55% v Sep 2019)
I reckon this makes the loads on the flights in September as follows:
  • Aberdeen: 11.8 pax per flight (8.8 in August & 6.3 in July)
  • Amsterdam: 19.1 (21.9 in August)
  • Belfast City: 9.0 (9.7 in August & 10.4 in July)
  • London Heathrow: 12.5 (LCY was 4.1 in August & 5.8 in July)
  • Newquay: 18.8 (28.7 in August & 17.1 in July)
  • Southampton: 4.2
  • Jersey: 29.0
Aberdeen picking up which is really positive, Heathrow numbers look ok so far but it is far too early to judge and Newquay continues to do well. Belfast loads are slightly down but maybe this is down to the additional Sunday rotation. Hard to judge Jersey this year with only 3 Saturday flights, assuming there were minimal pax on the initial JER-MME and on the last MME-JER, then the loads would be over 43 per flight which seems pretty good. 135 passengers on 32 flights to/from Southampton....
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 20:37
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When you bear in mind Heathrow does not yet have an interline agreement 294 is pretty darn good. Southampton should be doing much better, no reason for it to be that low
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 20:50
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When you bear in mind Heathrow does not yet have an interline agreement 294 is pretty darn good. Southampton should be doing much better, no reason for it to be that low
And how many of those 294 trips were done by spotters
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 20:59
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I hate to say this, but I think 294 to LHR is pretty cr*p. It's a route to the largest city in the UK and intended to be a major hub route. AMS by comparison got almost triple the pax
If the mayor is insistent on a route to London, then he should pause the route right now and save the pile of Govt cash until a time when air traffic is starting to show good signs of recovery, so he can spend the subsidy during a time when it will have a better impact at improving the local economy
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 21:04
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I hate to say this, but I think 294 to LHR is pretty cr*p. It's a route to the largest city in the UK and intended to be a major hub route. AMS by comparison got almost triple the pax
AMS also ran throughout the month where as LHR didn't start till mid-month. AMS also has a long established base of alliance customers. Neither of them are great. but...
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Old 21st Oct 2020, 22:55
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I would imagine next to none of the passengers are spotters, it's a new route, only half a months worth of data, no interline agreement - the numbers are good under the circumstances.
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Old 23rd Oct 2020, 13:03
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Eastern

Eastern understandably look like trimming schedules to meet the demand -
Belfast down to four weekly (No Wednesday or Sunday flight now)
Heathrow down to five weekly (No Tuesday flight now)
Southampton on Mon/Wed/Fri

Newquay and Aberdeen look to be same schedule as planned.
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Old 23rd Oct 2020, 16:20
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Understandable reductions.

A little fearful that all the airports eggs are in Easterns basket though !
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Old 25th Oct 2020, 16:44
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Don’t know how accurate the Teesside departure boards are..but only one Heathrow showing for the next few days( in morning)

I suspect Eastern are changing timetable daily!
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