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Old 16th Jun 2023, 10:44
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Seems Hi Sky will be launching new KIV - STN flights 2x p/w effective 25 July , however have seen a few false launches from Hi Sky previously, perhaps replacing some of the Air Moldova flights as these seem to have stoped recently.

H70411 KIV 07:15 - 0840 (Tue)
H70411 KIV 19:30 - 20:55 (Thu)

H70412 STN 09:40 - 15:00 (Tue)
H70412 STN 21:55 - 03:15 (Thu)

source @seanm1997
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Old 16th Jun 2023, 10:48
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Air Moldova went bankrupt over a month ago
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Old 20th Jun 2023, 16:16
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SunExpress

Switching from LTN to STN.

Thanks to SeanM1997
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 08:33
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There will be 'Oktoberfest flights' with Lufthansa to Munich from 15/09-01/10 on THU/FRI/SAT/SUN
MUC 18:05 - STN 19:05 - 19:55 - MUC 22:45 (LH 2494/LH 2495)
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 08:51
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Originally Posted by Seljuk
There will be 'Oktoberfest flights' with Lufthansa to Munich from 15/09-01/10 on THU/FRI/SAT/SUN
MUC 18:05 - STN 19:05 - 19:55 - MUC 22:45 (LH 2494/LH 2495)
If I was looking to fly to MUC I would be avoiding these services light the proverbial plague, especially if they are marketed as Oktoberfest Specials, given the English relationship with booze!
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 11:04
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LH to MUC

Walk then.
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 11:36
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Originally Posted by Keanaga
Walk then.
Bit far! Probably choose an alternative routing which wasn't being promoted as a method of getting to a pee-up!

Seriously, its a shame LH haven't considered something more long term, though they have only just dipped their toe back into the LGW market.
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 11:36
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Originally Posted by ATNotts
If I was looking to fly to MUC I would be avoiding these services light the proverbial plague, especially if they are marketed as Oktoberfest Specials, given the English relationship with booze!
I take it you have never been to an Oktoberfest then and Lufty are going to allow a minority if people to travel worst for wares! You could say the same statement about any Ibiza or Benidorm flight where booze on holiday is high on the agenda!
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 12:43
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Lufthansa - long term?

Nice to see another new airline at STN and the return of LH after many years, although shame it is only short term/seasonal. Wondering whether there is a chance they would consider extending it to permanent/year round? MUC hasn't been served from STN since EZY cut the route, and of course there is now a gap for a service to FRA since FR closed their Frankfurt base.
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 18:58
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Lufthansa Cargo

Whilst we're on the subject of Lufthansa.

I've seen a few videos uploaded recently on YouTube of recent movements and noticed a Lufthansa Cargo Boeing 777F at London Stansted on some of the footage.

Can anyone confirm if Lufthansa Cargo have resumed flights to London Stansted?
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Old 24th Jun 2023, 19:25
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No they were special polo pny flights from Buenos Aires.

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Old 25th Jun 2023, 12:55
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Lufthansa

Any idea of a/c type? Im assuming A320?

Coincidence that Lufthansa own 50% of SunExpress?
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Old 25th Jun 2023, 14:05
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Originally Posted by Keanaga
No they were special polo pny flights from Buenos Aires.

Regards.
Many thanks for the reply and the information provided.
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Old 3rd Jul 2023, 17:35
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Stansted Transformation "Take Two" (or Three)

Plans announced to extend terminal building (stanstedairport.com)

Looking like feedback from previous ideas has been taken into consideration. Will be interesting to see feedback and hopefully planning permission won't be too much of a challenge. Fair point - who am I kidding!
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Old 3rd Jul 2023, 18:10
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Originally Posted by commit aviation
Plans announced to extend terminal building (stanstedairport.com)

Looking like feedback from previous ideas has been taken into consideration. Will be interesting to see feedback and hopefully planning permission won't be too much of a challenge. Fair point - who am I kidding!
With these plans, I take it the terminal extension will effectively replace the (now scrapped?) arrivals building?
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Old 3rd Jul 2023, 18:50
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Great news, much better idea than a separate shed. RIP TTS
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Old 3rd Jul 2023, 18:58
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Originally Posted by _aax1
Great news, much better idea than a separate shed. RIP TTS
Yes. I just zoomed in and it looks like it will be replaced with walkways (Im assuming from that pic).



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Old 3rd Jul 2023, 19:08
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Based on some internal comms I have been shown the TTS is going.
I also recall a comment about completing the shoreline check-in desk conversion work which will please many.
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Originally Posted by commit aviation
Based on some internal comms I have been shown the TTS is going.
I also recall a comment about completing the shoreline check-in desk conversion work which will please many.
If the TTS is going, this will be similar to what happened with the original transit at LGW, which connected the South Terminal to the satellite in the 80s before being replaced by a walkway around the early 2000s. This will mean a long walk for passengers using satellite 1!
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Old 3rd Jul 2023, 19:34
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How do you get to Sat 1 without the TTS?
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