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Old 14th Jul 2021, 08:59
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I think he was saying that car parking at Teesside was £15, not the flight.
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Old 14th Jul 2021, 09:12
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Indeed I was saying that car parking was £15 at Teesside for 24-48 hours (versus £36.99 - soon to be £39.99 - at NCL).

However these threads can be a bit hard to follow sometimes as the mods do seem to like removing quotes from replies.
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Old 14th Jul 2021, 11:31
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I'm confused, are you saying Teesside is one of the most expensive airports in the world?! Because that was always myth, never true.

And as for parking, we always have been and still are one of the most competitive tariffs, the complaints are entirely nonsense with the exception of how do you validate the two free hours when the cafe/travel agency is closed?
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Old 14th Jul 2021, 12:07
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He means Heathrow - touched a nerve, mind!
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Old 14th Jul 2021, 12:19
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Ok..I see…I read it as flight price was£15..apologies…
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Old 17th Jul 2021, 14:33
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The Southside road has finally started with new boundary fences being erected on the farmland.
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 05:20
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Esken Limited ("Esken" or "the Group") - Conclusion of strategic partnership with Teesside International Airport

Over the last 12 months, Teesside International Airport has secured an airline partnership with Loganair, attracted new routes and installed a strong, experienced leadership team, with the oversight of the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority. Given these positive developments, Teesside International Airport no longer requires the support of Esken as an external strategic partner.

As a result of these positive developments, Esken will cease its management agreement with the airport and transfer its 25% ownership of Teesside International Airport to a new Teesside Airport Foundation for a nominal consideration (the "Disposal"). Esken may be entitled to a deferred consideration. If there were to be a future sale of Teesside International Airport before 25 January 2023 Esken has agreed with Tees Valley Combined Authority that Esken would be entitled to share in the proceeds of that sale up to an amount not exceeding £31.3m.
https://tools.eurolandir.com/tools/P...wpf&v=redesign
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 06:14
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The exit of Stobart.
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 06:20
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Will anybody notice?
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 06:51
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Esken played a key role in initially supporting Teesside International Airport's development following its acquisition by the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority on 24 January 2019 and return to public ownership.

Did they really or was it just the staff who have been there for years.
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 08:52
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Does anybody know how the passenger loads are doing on the Ryanair flights?
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 10:07
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Airport Foundation Trustees?

More in the Echo.

Haven't heard of the new Airport foundation before, who are the trustees??

https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...t-handed-back/
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 12:04
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From the linked article

The newly-established, Teesside Airport Foundation will hold the 25 percent stake - meaning the airport is 100 percent locally controlled. This will then consist of an independent board of trustees, with applications for those interested opening today.
Another interesting bit:
As a result of the changes, a requirement for a referendum held across the Tees Valley will need to be held if the airport ever goes up for sale has been announced today.
https://www.teessideinternational.co...out-referndum/
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 13:11
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my only concern would be that local ownership can sometimes mean no major long term investment.
Would be funny if trustees were from FlyBe, Ferrovial, Stobart etc
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 13:15
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There wasn't much under private ownership....
There's a publicly funded 10 year investment plan in place. How much do you think Stobart were contributing?

Would be funny if trustees were from FlyBe, Ferrovial, Stobart etc
Funny but unlikely if you look at the selection criteria in the links above
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 14:55
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Wasn't the original plan for Stobart to eventually buy the lot.

The land on the Southside and the whole airport is constantly being eyed by local land agents and developers.
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 16:56
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Good. Their loyalty was to be questioned when they announced SEN-NCL
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 22:26
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Sorry, but with no disrespect to the Teeside region I can say as a resident of the SEN catchment that a NCL route would have had far greater potential. Newcastle is a recognised weekend destination, Stockton less so. Newcastle is that little bit further which makes flying more worthwhile. It wouldn’t have been a Newcastle to London route anyway, it would have been Essex to Newcastle. I doubted NCL would have worked in any case. SEN-MME definitely wouldn’t.
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Old 27th Jul 2021, 22:37
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I would say all of that was accurate without it altering my original point
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Old 28th Jul 2021, 06:49
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AirportPlanner1, if your route was for a holiday Teesside could be better, Newcastle 30mins, Durham similar, South to North Yorkshire and near the A66 for a drive to the Lakes.
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