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Old 2nd Apr 2023, 08:27
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Originally Posted by SouthernAlliance
Interested to understand this as wonít both airports almost be identical with airfield technical dimensions?
Ask the Q on the SOU airport thread and a very nice kind ATC chap on there TCASFan will give you the definitives
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Old 2nd Apr 2023, 08:44
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Originally Posted by rog747
Ask the Q on the SOU airport thread and a very nice kind ATC chap on there TCASFan will give you the definitives
Let us also not forget that just because an aircraft in an airlines fleet could operate from an airport, doesnít mean it could when taking into account company procedures for economical performanceÖ

I think the days of smaller bases are over at Jet2, costs a lot to put a base together, and there are benefits to having a fully self handled setup so there has to be a critical mass. Thatís why I think LGW will be the eventual (and possibly final) piece in the puzzle.
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Old 2nd Apr 2023, 17:39
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LS756 G-LSAJ from TFS to Man Squawking 7700 and looks like going to Newquay
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 08:11
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Wasn`t at Newquay long so was it a medical diversion
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 08:15
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Was a medical diversion then continued onto Manchester
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 08:35
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Thanks easyboy22 guessed it was
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 15:18
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Request: There was talk afew weeks ago suggesting that Jet2 planned to lease a World2Fly A330-300 to be based at MAN for the early part of Summer '23 season. Can anybody confirm whether this is going ahead? I'd like to make a booking on it if so. Thanks.
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 15:38
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Originally Posted by OzzyOzBorn
Request: There was talk afew weeks ago suggesting that Jet2 planned to lease a World2Fly A330-300 to be based at MAN for the early part of Summer '23 season. Can anybody confirm whether this is going ahead? I'd like to make a booking on it if so. Thanks.
As far as I know, World2Fly is indeed operating from MAN from the 29th of April onwards until mid-July, on FAO and DLM routes.
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 20:25
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16th airframe for Stansted this summer. https://travelweekly.co.uk/news/air/...nsted-capacity
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 21:01
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One of those ex-SAS/Flyr frames I assume?
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 22:04
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Thanks for the info, sdbelgium.
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Old 3rd Apr 2023, 23:02
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All the 738 are interchangeable so could be anything
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Old 4th Apr 2023, 20:06
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Do jet2 have any variations for short field performance like Ryanair do ?
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Old 4th Apr 2023, 21:35
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Originally Posted by simoncorbett
Do jet2 have any variations for short field performance like Ryanair do ?
Yes. All the factory new frames are SFP, so GJZHJ onwards and GJZBA onwards.

However there will be variations, GJZBT onwards will be mid life aircraft. In recent years they have also taken some much younger mid life aircraft from the likes of JetAirways... such as GDRTL..P... among others. Some of which may be SFP but can not confirm.
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 09:24
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G-SUNB is to be ferried at 11am today EMA-MAN
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 10:45
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G-SUNB has just arrived at MAN from EMA after having titles put on and G-VYGM is due from BZZ this afternoon
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 11:52
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Steady on fanboys, are we going to get a post about first revenue flight, first engine failure, first repaint! It's a NEO which are common everywhere now. Good grief, are the Boeings that bad 😔
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 12:21
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Originally Posted by pabely
Steady on fanboys, are we going to get a post about first revenue flight, first engine failure, first repaint! It's a NEO which are common everywhere now. Good grief, are the Boeings that bad 😔
I'm personally looking forward to the update on when the first bacon butty is sold onboard.
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 15:51
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Originally Posted by pabely
Steady on fanboys, are we going to get a post about first revenue flight, first engine failure, first repaint! It's a NEO which are common everywhere now. Good grief, are the Boeings that bad 😔
They are talking about jet2 on a jet2 page, if you donít like talk of jet2 then donít read it..
or just keep your comments to yourself
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 16:49
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Originally Posted by pabely
Steady on fanboys, are we going to get a post about first revenue flight, first engine failure, first repaint! It's a NEO which are common everywhere now. Good grief, are the Boeings that bad 😔
This is something big for a company that only just a few years ago we all thought would never order a big order as they have nor the manufacturer of choice they choose. Itís a big event for the airline. If you donít like it donít read it. Ignore it like any sound person would doÖ.
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