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Old 28th Nov 2020, 09:55
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Teesside Airport made a net loss of £2.6m in the last twelve months.The Mayor says two years of schedule even so.

However the Chair of Tees Valley Combined Authority`s overview & scrutiny committee has concerns about transparency surrounding the financial position of the airport & other arrangements.

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That's good progress compared to previous years.
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Old 28th Nov 2020, 14:29
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Evidently... just the overview/scrutiny & transparency issues then.
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I believe the £2.6 million loss is for the year ending March 2020.
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It is - Financial year 2019/20.

SSB will be interested to note that Stobart don't get a mention in the update. The last public comment I can find from a Stobart representative was in February at the launch of Eastern's Alicante flight - mind, you need sharp elbows to beat the Mayor to a microphone!
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Take with a pinch of salt but I heard the Stobart logo above the terminal doors has been painted out and the Jet Centre are due yet another rebrand, they've changed their radio callsign from Jet Centre to Aviator after just five minutes, read into that what you will
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Old 28th Nov 2020, 18:05
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Tis not the public commentary that would appear interesting but perhaps the behind the scenes muddling with all involved parties...

Not too sure your Mayor is the only one with "sharp elbows" in the relationships as no doubt you are aware.
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Stobart Group and Stobart Air.

As reported by ITV earlier this month, the Stobart Group are burning through cash at a rate of £5.6 million per month. Not many companies can afford to lose that type of money without cuts.

https://www.itv.com/news/2020-11-15/...ingus-contract


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Old 30th Nov 2020, 14:38
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October CAA stats:

Terminal passengers: 2,101 - down 84% v prior year (by comparison, Sep was 3,199 & Aug was 2,529)
  • Aberdeen: 846 (370 in Sep & 369 in Aug)
  • Amsterdam: 241 (839 in Sep & 1,053 in Aug)
  • Belfast City: 221 (395 in Sep & 368 in Aug)
  • London Heathrow: 241 (294 in Sep)
  • Newquay: 157 (375 in Sep & 630 in Aug)
  • Southampton: 165 (135 in Sep)
I reckon this makes the loads on the flights as follows:
  • Aberdeen: 10.4 pax per flight in October (11.8 in Sep, 8.8 in Aug & 6.3 in Jul)
  • Amsterdam: 17.9 in Oct (19.1 in Sep & 21.9 in Aug)
  • Belfast City: 5.0 in Oct (9.0 in Sep, 9.7 in Aug & 10.4 in Jul)
  • London Heathrow: 6.3 in Oct (12.5 in Sep - LCY was 4.1 in August & 5.8 in Jul)
  • Newquay: 8.7 in Oct (18.8 on Sep, 28.7 in Aug & 17.1 in Jul)
  • Southampton: 4.2 in Oct (also 4.2 in Sep)
Overall less passengers versus September mainly due to AMS being pulled early in the month and no JER seasonal flight in October. However things are clearly really tough and there appears little demand for domestic routes right now. Just to put the overall numbers into context, NCL was down 88% in October with LBA down 89% YOY.
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Old 30th Nov 2020, 23:12
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https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...sside-airport/
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The mayor turned up for a photo as usual. Could do with buying some more cargo kit to replace the big lifter given away by Peel to Doncaster, current kit cannot reach the rear hold door on the A330.
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I hope the Mayor reads this, if we are going to encourage freight through the airport, the big lifter is a definite requirement.
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The rest of the kit Trigger would be proud of.

As I said the other day with the snow kit the airport needs investment and on the whole ground equipment side of things. Hopefully it will happen.
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Mayor has been in the news discovering the mothballed part of the terminal.
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He doesn't lack ambition (and deep pockets). Mayor seems to have forgotten that TUI don't start until 2022.

https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...ment-revealed/

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More photos of the closed off sections of the terminal
https://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/ne...nt-seen-years/
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I see the first comment in the Echo is whinging about the £6 departure payment, if this goes we will possibly be back to the locked down terminal with the green gates active again and increase in car park fees. They are going to have to make money somehow.
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I just happened to be listening to Smooth Radio and surprise, surprise, there was an advert for the Eastern Air flight to LHR. It's a start but more adverts should entice people to have a look at the MME website to find out what routes are going to operate. By the way, the £6 departure payment, means just one pint of beer less.
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Update on Eastern's current schedule from the Teesside Airport movements website

Teesside Airport Movements
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You do wonder if Eastern are re-trenching and that was the reason for Loganair. Also, will Alicante be back if Ryanair start it?

Be interesting to see what really happens with Easternís movements come Spring....
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