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Old 11th Dec 2020, 10:27
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MAG Stats – November 2020

November Pax

MAN – 166,317 down 90.9%

STN – 160,805 down 91.5%

EMA – 17,136 down 93.2%

12m Rolling Pax

STN – 9,340,917 down 66.8%

MAN – 8,755,690 down 70.2%

EMA – 1,091,665 down 76.8%

Cargo

EMA – 41,613 up 26.45%

STN – 19,810 down 9.4%

MAN – 4,417 Down 54.0%
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Old 11th Dec 2020, 14:20
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Originally Posted by STN406 View Post
How would a BA Cargo Strike mean Stansted picking up more business?
BA cargo don't handle any airlines as such. DHL is in house and QATAR are 3rd party handled.
Actually BA don't have a cargo division anymore, just like Aer Lingus, it's now IAG CARGO.

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Old 17th Dec 2020, 20:00
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West Atlantic Operation

Just seen a Job come up for West Atlantic at Stansted. Itís for a B1 Line Engineer for ATRís.
Currently West Atlantic only have B737ís flying into Stansted for Royal Mail.
Iím guessing theyíll be looking at starting some form of ATR service at Stansted if they are hiring engineers.
Anyone have more information of the future operations they might be looking at ? First thoughts would be re-opening flights to GCI or JER which they use to operate on ATPís before they moved to EMA.
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 08:12
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NEW ROUTE

Azores Airlines - Ponta Delgada to London Stansted. Summer seasonal flights start 3 June 2021

PDL 0720-1205 STN (Thu, Fri & Sun)

STN 1305-1605 PDL (Thu, Fri & Sun)
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 10:26
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Good connection times for BOS. Will many people use it though?
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 12:58
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Looks like Jet2 have removed everything for sale until the 1st of Feb.
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 13:58
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Jet2 have cancelled all flights up to the 31st December confirmed. Wouldn’t be surprised if this is carried on into January.
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 13:59
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Very positive news for the airport.
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Old 21st Dec 2020, 14:42
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Not surprised with Jet2 on cancelling as they have little or no destinations available left to fly too.
Both Spain and Portugal are banning flights from Tuesday from the UK to add to Turkey already announced.
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Old 22nd Dec 2020, 10:22
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Albawings

STN-TIA service resumes 15 June 2021 operating 3x weekly until October 23. Donít know if this is their second or third attempt at STN? The new flights look to have more favourable operating times then before if I remember correctly.
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Old 22nd Dec 2020, 12:47
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Didnít Albawings end because of the pandemic, not because it performed poorly? Of course in the interim Air Albania briefly came and went
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Old 22nd Dec 2020, 13:19
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Albawings figures where very hit and miss. Always higher loads on the departures. Iíd guess it would have been about 60% load factor overall
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Old 22nd Dec 2020, 13:37
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Surely a 60% load factor means the route isn’t viable.
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Old 22nd Dec 2020, 14:57
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It’s all about yield not the load factor.
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Old 27th Dec 2020, 19:41
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Emirates now pushed back until 1st November 2021.
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Old 28th Dec 2020, 03:27
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Ryanair website shows no flights between Stansted and Cagliari, Kerry, Kiev, Lviv, Perugia, Plovdiv, Podgorica, Stockholm-Skavsta, Tallinn, Trieste and Zaragoza after the end of March 2021

I'm not sure if this is a computer failure, routes being taken off sale while schedules are reworked, or a genuine culling of routes

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Old 28th Dec 2020, 07:18
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Possibly going over to Ryanair UK? Lviv, Kiev and Podgorica of course are all non-EU. The loss of Podgorica would be a particular surprise because Montenegro Airlines has just collapsed.

Some of the rest of the routes are plausible as theyíre marginal but Kerry and Stockholm would be surprising
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Old 28th Dec 2020, 08:33
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Luton-Kerry seems to remain on sale in S21, while Stansted-Kerry ceases to be on sale beyond late March 2021

Stansted-Stockholm Skavsta is just 2x weekly in March, so a somewhat marginal route at the moment. There is of course also Stansted-Stockholm Vasteras which is 2x weekly until end March
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Old 28th Dec 2020, 19:37
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Emirates

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Emirates now pushed back until 1st November 2021.
Wow.. that is a long wait for sure. I miss seeing EK and their shiny 77W at STN Itíll be nice to see them back sooner. Hopefully as more vaccines become available, the airline industry will rebound quickly as passenger confidence in air travel comes back. 2020 has been a truly horrendous year for airlines and airports, let us hope that brighter days await them in 2021.
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Old 28th Dec 2020, 21:29
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I’m guessing that it’s not just Stansted in the U.K. that’s been pushed back? With the vaccines we should be in a much better position by the summer.
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