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Old 30th Jan 2023, 20:51
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Further BA LHR rotation reductionsÖ (though some on most domestic routes)
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Old 31st Jan 2023, 15:30
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Originally Posted by Jamesair1
FLYBE have gone into Administration.......no more flights..very sad state of affairs for all concerned..

I wonder if anyone will pick up NCL - BHD....if it was making any money.
Doubt it, Why they went bust. Happy as it makes the security of my job safer.
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Old 31st Jan 2023, 15:49
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Probably right...Belfast is well served.... A few operators have had a go on the route over time.......there was even a rumour a few years ago that Ryanair were considering competing with EZY on the BFS route.
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 08:01
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AER LINGUS.....daily to BHD from 28th April

source....aer lingus

Dep,. BHD 1540 arr NCL 1650. Dep NCL 1720 arr BHD 1830 M - F & Su
Dep...BHD 1120 arr NCL 1230..Dep NCL 1305 arr BHD 1415 Sa

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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 08:56
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Was BA1324 this morning a Dreamliner?
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 09:06
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Originally Posted by ash666
Was BA1324 this morning a Dreamliner?
FR24 shows it as an A320 G-EUUP.
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 09:11
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Originally Posted by ld0595
FR24 shows it as an A320 G-EUUP.
I was outside when it was flying in and it looked bigger and slower, a bit like the EK 777 but too early for that, so I looked at FR on my phone and it said a 9 year old 787 Dreamliner.
I had a look on my PC later which had it down as an A320 G-EUUP.
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 10:10
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Dreamliner was G-TUIB LGW-NCL to operate to BGI
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 10:16
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Originally Posted by LiamNCL
Dreamliner was G-TUIB LGW-NCL to operate to BGI
A-ha!
Thanks
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 10:19
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Aer LINGUS

well thatís a surprise I didnít think they would pick up the city route.

well done letís hope people use it
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Old 2nd Feb 2023, 11:49
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Originally Posted by HH6702
well thatís a surprise I didnít think they would pick up the city route.

well done letís hope people use it
People were using it albeit loads werenít brilliant, they were consistently between 40-50% and growing which isnít bad going head to head with EZY on their well known route to BFS. It was Flybe operating routes with less than 15 people on some routes, consistently, which was crippling them along with their late cancellations and tech issues.

EI have 8 less seats, off the top of my head, so with that in mind and a little more trust in the brand, theyíll be making a little if they can push it to 65-70% loads rather than the aircraft sitting on the ground empty.
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Old 7th Feb 2023, 16:01
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One additional flight to Palma in April 23 by Jet2
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Old 14th Feb 2023, 18:31
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Speaking of extra cargo flights, West Atlantic seem.to be operating a few flights to Stockholm using a 737-400F. Car parts related?
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Old 18th Feb 2023, 15:37
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Some selected Stats from the CAA December 22 reports.

Total PAX for the year ended 31st Dec 22 is 4,127,000 making NCL the 11th largest airport in the UK (behind Belfast Intl. and ahead of Liverpool)

PARIS.........................8116
DUSSELDORf.............2162
FRANKFURT...............3557
DUBLIN....................16,299
CORK....................... 1894
MILAN........................2820
AMSTERDAM..........19,859
BARCELONA.............2743
STAVANGER.............. 585
PRAGUE...................3042
RIGA..........................2337
GDANSK...................2615
KRAKOW..................6251
WROCLAW...............2141
GENEVA...................2698
DUBAI....................18,625

ALICANTE.............. 11,198
MALAGA....................7261
ARRECIFE...............12,498
FUERTEVENTURA......5899
LAS PALMAS.............8191
TENERIFE...............22,440
FARO.......................4590
ANTALYA...................1684
HURGHADA...............2020
BARBADOS................295

VIENNA....................1761
BUDAPEST..............1175
ROVANIEMI..............2414

ABERDEEN.............755
BELFAST CITY........1678*
BELFAST INT.......14,077
BRISTOL................9491
EXETER.................1262
HEATHROW.........35,796
SOUTHAMPTON.....3254

* Shows the demand, even when operated by FLYBE with cancellations....explains why Aer Lingus snapped it up so quickly.

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Old 22nd Feb 2023, 19:17
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Bit on local news about ATC shortages and CAA ..asking questions…about closures to airspace?

Not good for the regions number 1 airport?
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Old 22nd Feb 2023, 19:21
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No closures currently NOTAM'd.

Sure it wasn't Teesside - no ATC 18.00-21.00 this evening?

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Old 22nd Feb 2023, 20:03
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Teesside ? Ben probably kept that out of the news!
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Old 28th Feb 2023, 20:04
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Tui

looks like Orlando is increasing to 2x weekly from May 2023 and will continue throughout Summer 2024

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Old 3rd Mar 2023, 15:57
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JET 2

Two pieces of news from Jet 2, one is that NCL is to become a self handling base and ROME will have two extra flights on the 2nd and 5th May, 2024 to cover Rugby matches.
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Old 3rd Mar 2023, 18:12
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New routes

a well known guy on twitter has stated some UK airports will gain new routes next week letís hope NCL is in the list of them.

good news about Jet2
letís hope there is more
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