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Old 10th Oct 2023, 08:02
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Another two Boeing 737-800s are joining the fleet; G-JZDD an G-JZDE - not sure of MSNs
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 09:20
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Originally Posted by pabely
According to Wikipedia TUI UK have 71 aircraft vs Jet2 with 102 so hardly surprising but remember TUI as a Group is far larger. They have been held back by Max, still don't known when the Max10s will arrive which should have replaced 757s on trunk routes.

Ask who Jet2 are to a German, Dutch or Belgium customer and they will say Jet who?

They will say - "Ah they're a British Airline that didn't benefit from a 4 Billion Euro German government subsidy and yet are still profitable yah?"
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 10:11
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Originally Posted by Jayg742
Anyone have an idea of ongoing recruitment at the moment, how long can you expect to hear back from an application or is recruitment on hold now until just before spring?
Recruitment is year round. No idea of how long it will take for you to hear back.
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 10:15
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Originally Posted by G-AZUK
They will say - "Ah they're a British Airline that didn't benefit from a 4 Billion Euro German government subsidy and yet are still profitable yah?"
Subsidy? Really?
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 11:25
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Originally Posted by G-AZUK
They will say - "Ah they're a British Airline that didn't benefit from a 4 Billion Euro German government subsidy and yet are still profitable yah?"
If you do some research on the TUI German Government covid loans you will find out that two large repayments have been made with more to come.
I think you will also find that Jet2 workers benefited from our Government's furlough scheme.
So all in all a rather pointless remark by your yourself.
I have no connection with TUI or Jet2
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 11:39
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Agree vectisman, some people don't seem to realise without competition there probably wouldn't be competitive prices (I use jet2, tui and easy jet) and have no leaning to any of them.
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Old 10th Oct 2023, 12:14
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Originally Posted by Jayg742
Anyone have an idea of ongoing recruitment at the moment, how long can you expect to hear back from an application or is recruitment on hold now until just before spring?
I think it depends on the role being applied for. Cabin crew recruitment is not year round, and I believe has just opened and from memory a response is usually within a couple of weeks. They occasionally reopen it for specific bases at other times of year depending upon their needs.
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Old 12th Oct 2023, 17:33
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Originally Posted by P330
Summer 2025 went on sale today!
Anyone knows the exact number of a/c to be based at the mentioned airports?
To support this huge and unrivalled programme, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays have invested in additional aircraft that will come into operation at Birmingham, Liverpool John Lennon, London Stansted and Manchester Airports. In addition, three brand-new Airbus A321 neo aircraft will be based at Edinburgh Airport for Summer 25. This means the companies will have Airbus A321 neo aircraft at three airports for Summer 25 – Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester Airport.
https://www.jet2.com/news/2023/10/Je...sale_for_2025_
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Old 12th Oct 2023, 18:39
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Originally Posted by pabely
According to Wikipedia TUI UK have 71 aircraft vs Jet2 with 102 so hardly surprising but remember TUI as a Group is far larger. They have been held back by Max, still don't known when the Max10s will arrive which should have replaced 757s on trunk routes.

Ask who Jet2 are to a German, Dutch or Belgium customer and they will say Jet who?
Actually in many resorts/airports there are huge adverts, loads of coaches in Jet2 livery. Id say they are well aware who/what jet2 is
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Old 13th Oct 2023, 07:01
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Jet 2 has a great deal of potential to grow further but who are the backers?
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Old 13th Oct 2023, 12:42
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but who are the backers?
​​​​​​​Jet2 are owned by Jet2 PLC who has revenue last year of £5 billion. Reckon they can raise whatever funds they want…
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Old 13th Oct 2023, 13:58
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Liverpool will get a 5th based aircraft for Summer 25 and three new routes to Malaga, Malta and Reus plus increased frequencies on a number of other routes
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Old 13th Oct 2023, 20:10
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Originally Posted by Mayfield62
Liverpool will get a 5th based aircraft for Summer 25 and three new routes to Malaga, Malta and Reus plus increased frequencies on a number of other routes
It'll probably get a sixth before Summer 25 eventually comes around. A few of the newer bases have had similar growth patterns in previous times. I'm doubtful though EZY will be basing aircraft in LPL beyond Summer 25. Just my subjective view but who knows what impact Jet2 will have.
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Old 14th Oct 2023, 15:50
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I suspect that it’s TUI taking the hit from the growth of Jet2 in the North West rather than easyJet. Indeed, the recent easyJet trading statement is extremely bullish about the prospects for easyJet holidays which is trading ahead of budget and is seen as the main growth engine in the future.
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Old 17th Oct 2023, 21:27
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Marrakech from Birmingham, Glasgow, Stansted & Manchester
Agadir from Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Stansted & Manchester now showing on Jet2.com
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Old 17th Oct 2023, 22:52
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Morocco

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Marrakech from Birmingham, Glasgow, Stansted & Manchester
Agadir from Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Stansted & Manchester now showing on Jet2.com
BHX - Agadir Thursday 3 October 2024 twice a week Thursday Sunday year-round moving to Wednesday & Sunday from May 2025

BHX- Marrakech Friday 4th October twice a week Monday Friday year-round

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Old 19th Oct 2023, 12:13
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Jet2.com opens first-ever retail centre for inflight retail operations

https://www.moodiedavittreport.com/j...il-operations/
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Old 19th Oct 2023, 13:27
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Looks like the A330-300 CS-WFP has finished its season with Jet2

Last flight TFS-MAN 16OCT23

Had the opportunity to fly on this bird down to Faro. Genuinely pleasant but you could tell it’s been worn down over the years
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Old 19th Oct 2023, 14:13
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I wonder if CS-WFP will return next year? Believe there are 3 A330's booked for S24. Are any staying over W23?
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Old 19th Oct 2023, 16:54
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Originally Posted by samj
I wonder if CS-WFP will return next year? Believe there are 3 A330's booked for S24. Are any staying over W23?
I would imagine the extra seats on a 300 compared to the air tanker 200’s are very appealing for the major holiday routes in peak summer season. PMI, FAO and TFS as well as Turkish routes have seen WFP consistently during its lease
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