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Old 26th Mar 2023, 17:45
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KLM schedule seems all oer the place. Nightstopper returns tue/wed though.
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Old 26th Mar 2023, 19:50
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Today is the start of the summer schedule for KLM so maybe changes now/soon.
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Old 26th Mar 2023, 20:42
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Originally Posted by highwideandugly View Post
Have KLM stopped the night stopping Amsterdam? See Teesside still have it?

Strange times!
No was there last night when i arrived from ALC, Looks like for some reason its been pulled tonight and tomorrow but is back from 28th

Looks like GLA hasnt got a nightstop either tonight and MAN doesnt have one on the 1st so must just be a KLM issue.
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Old 29th Mar 2023, 19:36
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Is this news, that Sun Express will operate through the winter?

Due to high demand, SunExpress has also announced it will further expand its services to operate beyond summer and during the winter 2023-24 period with flights now on sale.
https://www.newcastleairport.com/new...dded-for-2023/
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Old 29th Mar 2023, 23:02
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Originally Posted by SWBKCB View Post
Is this news, that Sun Express will operate through the winter?



https://www.newcastleairport.com/new...dded-for-2023/
Yes flights are already on sale. 1 x per week on a Saturday with an extra flight for Easter 2024
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Old 30th Mar 2023, 11:49
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Iíve seen lots of comments and feedback both from friends and family as well as seeing it on social media about how expensive both TUI and Jet2 are this year.

Thereís certainly no denial everything across the board is going up but I will be interested to see passenger numbers and loads at NCL over the next few months as some of the fares are eye watering.

This isnít just at NCL, either, but perhaps we are affected more with less competition on a lot of routes asides from your ALC, AGP etc.

i, for one, will be hoping RYR can add to the base in the coming years and that we can see an unlikely return of EZY. Itís only going to help in the long term.
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Old 30th Mar 2023, 11:50
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Not quite - the SunExpress stops mid November until mid February apart from 4 rotations over Xmas/New Year
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Old 14th Apr 2023, 06:35
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Good to see the Airport has added a main deck cargo loader
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Old 14th Apr 2023, 18:54
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Cargo

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Good to see the Airport has added a main deck cargo loader

Is that speculative, or something planned?
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Old 14th Apr 2023, 18:58
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A Champ 140 Main Deck Loader has recently been added to the cargo handling fleet located at Newcastle International Airport, increasing opportunities to facilitate a wider range of cargo aircraft at the Airport.

The Champ 140 is capable of raising 14 tons of cargo to a height of 5.6m, reaching the main deck of wide-bodied freight aircraft, facilitating larger scale cargo operations and increasing the scope of the Airport’s freight capacity.
It's been on site for a couple of months I believe

https://www.newcastleairport.com/new...ional-airport/
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Old 14th Apr 2023, 22:34
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Originally Posted by highwideandugly View Post
Is that speculative, or something planned?
Something is planned, however now it seems less and less likely it'll come to fruition.
You can also load 2 PMC's on the bottom bed instead of just 1 with your regular HiLos (Commander/Ranger) - Which are the other two types NCL has.
Serious bit of kit. But it was ex DSA equipment.
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Old 15th Apr 2023, 06:10
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Hope its not something that was going to go in the empty shed at Teesside.
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Old 18th Apr 2023, 08:06
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Jet2 expanding its Reykjavik flights for Winter 23/24 by adding a further 7 flights.
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Old 21st Apr 2023, 09:05
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TUI Ď24

5th aircraft to be based for Summer 24, with Cape Verde and Egypt becoming year round.

The Dreamliner will also operate on some short haul routes.

https://www.newcastleairport.com/new...r-summer-2024/
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Old 21st Apr 2023, 09:10
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Yeah, base looks to be 2 x 738, 2 x 7M8 and 1 x 787 for S24. Good news
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Old 21st Apr 2023, 09:14
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I would go to Naples but not if I had to stay for a week.
Why no Barcelona flights as an alternative to Ryanair?
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Old 21st Apr 2023, 14:59
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There is 5x 737s and a 5/6 day 787 operating CUN MLB and DLM & AYT on Sunday
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Old 22nd Apr 2023, 11:09
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Not sure I understand the usefulness of an ABZ-NCL Loganair BA codeshare when it has to be part of a connection- where might you be connecting to on BA? (when you can go from both direct to LHR) ?
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Old 22nd Apr 2023, 15:18
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A possible use would be a passenger from either LHR or ABZ stopping over in NCL for business meetings buying a through ticket using NCL as the connection point
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Old 22nd Apr 2023, 21:02
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"A possible use would be a passenger from either LHR or ABZ stopping over in NCL for business meetings"

yup A passenger - about one a month would be my guess............................
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