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Old 19th Oct 2023, 17:36
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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?
I think 1 AT 330 is staying.
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Old 27th Oct 2023, 21:07
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G-SUNE arrived at Manchester last night. Now 5 neos in the fleet with at least one in the production line. Anybody know how many it is planned will be operational by next summer?
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G-SUNE arrived at Manchester last night. Now 5 neos in the fleet with at least one in the production line. Anybody know how many it is planned will be operational by next summer?
Had a Google, couldn't find much info, maybe Annual Accounts might say but probably not as many as they wanted but being a newish customer others come first. Wizzair UK took 3 in last month and 2 more almost ready. Easyjet between 2-5 every month next year. IAG a significant number across the group as well.
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Old 28th Oct 2023, 20:19
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Turkey worries for 2024?

Now that Erdogan has declared that Hamas are Liberationists not Terrorists and this war is the fault of the West for supporting Israel, might there be some worry in the Jet2 Boardroom over the safety of UK pax in 2024?
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Old 28th Oct 2023, 20:44
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Now that Erdogan has declared that Hamas are Liberationists not Terrorists and this war is the fault of the West for supporting Israel, might there be some worry in the Jet2 Boardroom over the safety of UK pax in 2024?
Only if Israel were to threaten strikes on Turkey, or the UK were to place sanctions against Turkey, which given Turkey's membership of NATO is highly improbable.

Erdogan is Erdogan! If 'The West' were to take umbridge it would probably have been over his position regarding Russia and Ukraine where he's not exactly towing the party line.

I don't think I'd be so worried about Turkey than perhaps Tunisia and Morocco given their position in the Arab world, not to mention Egypt.
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Old 29th Oct 2023, 16:29
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Originally Posted by Flying Hi
Now that Erdogan has declared that Hamas are Liberationists not Terrorists and this war is the fault of the West for supporting Israel, might there be some worry in the Jet2 Boardroom over the safety of UK pax in 2024?
This unfolding situation has many potentially serious ramifications for aviation.
For example, what will oil prices be in 2024 if Iran becomes even more assertive (although I can't see them getting directly involved)?
Erdogan has been making belligerent noises towards Israel; if a wider conflagration happens, I suspect a lot of countries will lose popularity (Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia).
If a Worldwide recession happens, purchasing power in Europe will drop.
Or, of course, they may kiss and make up.
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Old 29th Oct 2023, 16:45
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-.- -Or, of course, they may kiss and make up.
ya think!?
Bodrum was bad enough in June with rude and often aggressive Russian 'yoofs' but I wonder how the indigenous muslim population will treat us 'Indidels' as this gets worse.
FWIW -Antalya was the plan for 2024 but for the safety of my family its back to the boring old Canneries. Lol
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Old 29th Oct 2023, 17:01
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Now that Erdogan has declared that Hamas are Liberationists not Terrorists and this war is the fault of the West for supporting Israel, might there be some worry in the Jet2 Boardroom over the safety of UK pax in 2024?
What do you expect him to say? Turkey would miss western tourists as much as Jet2 (et al) would miss Turkey. Erdogan will be tailoring different messages to different audiences
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Originally Posted by Flying Hi
ya think!?
Bodrum was bad enough in June with rude and often aggressive Russian 'yoofs' but I wonder how the indigenous muslim population will treat us 'Indidels' as this gets worse.
FWIW -Antalya was the plan for 2024 but for the safety of my family its back to the boring old Canneries. Lol
🤔 Yoof X Youth 👍

🤔 Indidels X Infidels 👍

🤔 Canneries X Canaries 👍

I had to do it 😉

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Anyone know when SUNC is getting itís full livery? I know itís pedantic but it looks rubbish with just a blue tail and no jet2 branding
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Originally Posted by Sotonsean
🤔 Yoof X Youth 👍

🤔 Indidels X Infidels 👍

🤔 Canneries X Canaries 👍

I had to do it 😉
I no. I no. I can spel really.
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Old 29th Oct 2023, 22:19
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Anyone know when SUNC is getting itís full livery? I know itís pedantic but it looks rubbish with just a blue tail and no jet2 branding

due to start going in next month - think SUNC is first on 15th NOV

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Old 29th Oct 2023, 22:36
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I no. I no. I can spel really.
Oh really 🤔

No X Know 👍

Spel X Spell 👍

I'm sure that it was intended this time. If it wasn't, well I got news for you, you can't spell 😉
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Originally Posted by BOHEuropean
Another two Boeing 737-800s are joining the fleet; G-JZDD an G-JZDE - not sure of MSNs
G-JZDD ( ex Flyr) was ferried to LBA yesterday
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Thatís the first of 4 that have been acquired and are due so far this winter. Presumably a couple more to come as well as the ongoing airbus deliveries should see quite a decent fleet growth yet again.

Quite interesting that the second hand frames joining the fleet are still 737s rather than airbus (exception of course being the 3 G-HLYxís). You would think that at some point in the near future this would change so that a single type fleet can be achieved in a decade or so.
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Originally Posted by 1889LS
Thatís the first of 4 that have been acquired and are due so far this winter. Presumably a couple more to come as well as the ongoing airbus deliveries should see quite a decent fleet growth yet again.

Quite interesting that the second hand frames joining the fleet are still 737s rather than airbus (exception of course being the 3 G-HLYxís). You would think that at some point in the near future this would change so that a single type fleet can be achieved in a decade or so.
Or maybe run a dual type fleet, they're big enough, to keep both manufacturers on their commercial toes for the future.
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Originally Posted by 1889LS
Thatís the first of 4 that have been acquired and are due so far this winter. Presumably a couple more to come as well as the ongoing airbus deliveries should see quite a decent fleet growth yet again.

Quite interesting that the second hand frames joining the fleet are still 737s rather than airbus (exception of course being the 3 G-HLYxís). You would think that at some point in the near future this would change so that a single type fleet can be achieved in a decade or so.
I think we won't see any additional A321ceo joining and the current 3 will exit on lease expiry. Long term leaving a mixed fleet of 738 and 32Xneo
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Originally Posted by 1889LS
Thatís the first of 4 that have been acquired and are due so far this winter. Presumably a couple more to come as well as the ongoing airbus deliveries should see quite a decent fleet growth yet again.

Quite interesting that the second hand frames joining the fleet are still 737s rather than airbus (exception of course being the 3 G-HLYxís). You would think that at some point in the near future this would change so that a single type fleet can be achieved in a decade or so.
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Behind a 'wall'
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Jet2's A321NEOs have CFM Leap engines rather than Pratt and Whitney's so they won't be affected by this. There are delays in receiving raw materials for the engines however. They are being paid a pretty penny in compensation from Airbus and CFM hence why it makes sense to buy some more mid-life 737s as an interim solution. It also will enable them to retire some of the older -800s at some point. Some of the -800s are some of the oldest flying.

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