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Old 13th Jun 2021, 22:08
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Lufthansa launch has been pushed back to 16 JulyÖ

Subject to change Iím sure.
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Old 14th Jun 2021, 21:54
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Public Inquiry

The public inquiry appeal by Bristol Airport is due to open at 10.00am on Tuesday 20 July 2021 - and is currently estimated to be sitting for around 40 days.
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Old 22nd Jun 2021, 07:55
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Eurowings to start PRG service from 31 October 2021 at 3 x weekly (Mon, Wed, Fri)

Source; https://zdopravy.cz/eurowings-budou-...yanairu-84722/ (in Czech)

Link from Wikipedia.
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Old 24th Jun 2021, 19:50
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EasyJet to MLA starts 9 July 2021

Twice weekly - Mondays and Fridays
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Old 24th Jun 2021, 23:29
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It's in the app Mon Fri and Sun.
They'll be joining easyJet on similar frequency.
Won't be surprised if Ryanair jump in for good measure ...
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Old 25th Jun 2021, 11:57
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easyJet has operated between BRS and PRG for well over a decade. In recent years prior to the pandemic the frequency was daily/6 weekly year-round depending on year or season. In 2019 easyJet carried 97,500 passengers on the route (CAA stats).

The next 12 months or so show a lesser frequency in the booking engine than in pre-pandemic years but frequency is gradually increasing next year:

From 20 July 2021 then August to October 3 x weekly
November and December 2021 4 x weekly
January 2022 2 x weekly
February and March 2022 4 x weekly
April to June 2022 5 x weekly
July and August 2022 6 x weekly
September 2022 5 x weekly

In the coming winter two of the days (Fri and Sun) due to be operated by Eurowings each week are also operated by easyJet according to the airline's booking engine.
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Old 25th Jun 2021, 19:17
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Aer Lingus to operate A320 x5 weekly from 1 August.
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Old 2nd Jul 2021, 10:57
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Jet2

First flights leave today from the new Jet2 base at BRS - to Palma and to Mahon.
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Old 14th Jul 2021, 22:40
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Bristol airport to offer Dubai and Seychelles.

Seychelles will be in easy reach of West Country travellersFlights will be operated on a seat-only basis sold via the trade. They will run over the next Easter and early May bank holiday.
Departures from Bristol will be on 8, 18 and 28 April for nine days in the Seychelles or 10 days in Dubai.

The airport has struck a deal with Air Seychelles and Air Charter Service, which will operate the flight using a single-aisle Airbus A320neo. The 150-seat aircraft will fly non-stop to Dubai and then continue to Mahe.
It will offer a Premium Club cabin, an Economy Space offering - which includes a blocked middle seat - plus a standard Economy class.

Shaun Browne, Bristol’s head of airline relations, said: "This is a truly exciting project for Bristol Airport, opening up our region to new destinations is one of our primary goals.
"We continue to work with Air Charter Service and Air Seychelles with the vision to offer other exciting destinations for the future.”
Charles Johnson, Air Seychelles’ chief commercial officer, added: "We are delighted to be operating this exciting flying programme in conjunction with Air Charter Service – one which marks our inaugural operation from Bristol Airport.

“We operated many flights with ACS last year as they helped our aircraft to keep on flying throughout the pandemic.”
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Old 19th Jul 2021, 16:13
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Bristol Airport Planning Appeal

The public enquiry will begin tomorrow (20 July) at Weston-super-Mare Town Hall and will be streamed live on YouTube.

It is projected to last for around 40 days but there will be a break between 16 and 27 August, and a week's recess commencing 20 September.

The main participants including the airport and the council have already submitted their proofs of evidence to the three planning inspectors conducting the enquiry.

Because of extremely limited capacity at the Town Hall members of the public with an interest in the subject but not participating in the enquiry are encouraged to follow it online and not in person. Evidence to the enquiry will be given either in person or via virtual platforms.
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Old 8th Oct 2021, 19:17
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The planning enquiry into BRS's appeal over the rejection of its planning application by its local authority last year ended today. The airport wants its passenger cap of 10 mppa raised to 12 mppa with associated infrastructure enhancements.

The three planning inspectors from the national Planning Inspectorate who held the enquiry have been delegated by the previous secretary of state (Robert Jenrick) to determine the appeal themselves. The new secretary of state (Michael Gove) has not indicated that he will 'recover' the appeal to take the decision himself.

No timescale has been given by the inspectors as to when their decision will be announced. The local news media speculates that it will be around the end of this year. The lead inspector said today that this planning enquiry had been an unusually long one - 36 sitting days since 20 July although there were breaks for holidays and the inspectors only sat from Tuesday to Friday each week. The enquiry was streamed live on the Internet.
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Old 12th Oct 2021, 10:42
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does anyone happen to know whether Easyjet will be including Mykonos in their 22 schedule?

I seem to be able to book Santorini from April 22 but Mykonos is not bookable. Does this definitely mean it's been dropped? Or do they release different parts of their schedule at different times?

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Old 19th Nov 2021, 15:21
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EasyJet plan to base a 17th A320 at Bristol in Summer 22
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Old 19th Nov 2021, 19:30
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17 was also the base size in summer 2019 - ten A320s and seven A319s.

Currently peak summer 2022 seems to be two A321s, twelve A320s and three A319s - so no more aircraft than in summer 2019 but more seats.
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