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Old 11th Oct 2023, 20:26
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Ryanair Summer 2024

Schedules are beginning to be loaded into the system but strangely most donít start till June which is bound to change at some point ( looks to be the same at most other UK airports )

At the moment 2 based aircraft are operating the schedules again with only GRO , DUB & FAO
left to be loaded

Malta goes to 3 x week
Lanzarote continues into the summer x1

Obviously itís early days and would expect to see more routes and an increase in schedules launched later on this year

Hays travel have sold out there Barbados fly cruises for Winter 24 & 25 already and P@O launch the first of their BGI charters this month with 7 TUI charters operating this winter
Hays could sell a lot more fly cruises from BOH but have trouble sourcing TUI aircraft as a shortage of B787 and no other suitable UK carrier anymore
Could you advise how this information is obtained please? Not criticising, just curious. Thanks
 
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I think it shows first on the Ryanair App
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Old 12th Oct 2023, 10:30
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Looks like TUI have withdrawn from sale itís new destination Tunisia for next summer before itís even had a chance of sales
Nothing in its place yet on a Friday morning

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Old 12th Oct 2023, 17:15
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD
Looks like TUI have withdrawn from sale itís new destination Tunisia for next summer before itís even had a chance of sales
Nothing in its place yet on a Friday morning
Tunisia in the news this week, tricky situation. I can understand the caution.
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Old 15th Oct 2023, 06:50
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Anyone know why schedules are loaded from Bournemouth to Alicante for June to September 2024 but not for April and May 2024?
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Old 15th Oct 2023, 07:35
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Originally Posted by roxytoo
Anyone know why schedules are loaded from Bournemouth to Alicante for June to September 2024 but not for April and May 2024?
Im presuming you mean Ryanair? If so, they've done this previously and across their operation also. Most likely so they dont miss out on the early bookers in the peak summer, but still finalising the shoulder months of the season so its less likely they have to chop and change as much.
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Old 15th Oct 2023, 15:36
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ah ok, havent seen that before, thanks, will just have to keep on waiting!

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Old 15th Oct 2023, 21:46
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Sane for all routes from BHX so I'm assuming all UK served FR airports for the reasons given by the previous poster. FR have a habit every year of loading a partially completed summer schedule ...
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Old 17th Oct 2023, 21:30
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August 2023

A bumper month for the airport: over 124,000 passengers passed through the doors.

Bournemouth was the fastest growing ‘big’ regional airport in the U.K. in August.

TUI are advertising for more Bournemouth based cabin and flight crew aggressively on social media for summer next year.

Ryanair are rumoured to be increasing frequency from 2 to 3 weekly on several routes next summer including Krakow, Malta & Tenerife.
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Old 18th Oct 2023, 16:22
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Impressive August figures for Bournemouth definitely

A look at some lesser destinations saw

Bergerac , Zadar , Venice and Carcassone average loads of 90 % - 95 %

Pretty much the whole of the Spanish routes were full as expected while Krakow and Wrocław averaged about 98 % loads

Malta has already been increased to 3 x week for next summer and Lanzarote now continues into the summer season with Ryanair

Flights are still being loaded so itís to early to say if a 3rd aircraft is joining the base
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Old 25th Oct 2023, 23:11
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Looks like a new (additional) TUI flight to Palma on a Friday morning has replaced the Tunisia flight
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Old 26th Oct 2023, 14:58
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TUI have replaced the Enfidha service on a Friday morning with another Palma flight taking the operator to 5 flights a week
With Ryanair operating 9 services a week , Palma will now be 14 flights a week for S24 the highest ever i believe
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Old 26th Oct 2023, 17:59
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Blimy, I remember when it was one Spantax CV990 a week.
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Old 26th Oct 2023, 19:30
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD
TUI have replaced the Enfidha service on a Friday morning with another Palma flight taking the operator to 5 flights a week
With Ryanair operating 9 services a week , Palma will now be 14 flights a week for S24 the highest ever i believe
It's a shame that they couldn't have been a little more imaginative in choosing an alternative destination. Let's hope the demand is there .....
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Old 27th Oct 2023, 09:01
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Does this mean the 2nd TUI aircraft being based hasn't led to any new destinations? Just increased frequencies, enabling 10/11 night holidays.
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Old 27th Oct 2023, 09:24
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I am surprised that TUI donít do Funchal, Dubrovnik and Split. They used to be popular during Palmair days.
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Old 27th Oct 2023, 09:56
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TUI are incredibly safe in their destinations and they have an incredible profile over the years of what the customers like and where they travel to in order to get to that destination

I agree the market is there for FNC , DBV , NAP etc but could it sustain a full summer season ?
Only TUI no that , they see a huge demand from BOH to the usual suspect destinations and by basing a 2nd aircraft next year gives people a huge opportunity to extend their holidays a bit longer

Palmair operated a 148 seater B735 compared to TUI 189 seater a big difference !!

If only there were more smaller airlines , aircraft and niche tour operators left to do this again
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Old 27th Oct 2023, 21:24
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Just a gentle correction - the 732 and 735 ops were 124Y which actually just accentuates the point you're making. TUI is, right now best off serving the 'milk run' routes it knows best and where it dominates in terms of beds/ground handling and widening up the duration options seems a well thought out strategy.
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Old 27th Oct 2023, 22:06
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If only there were more smaller airlines , aircraft and niche tour operators left to do this again[/QUOTE]

There are, but from SOU!
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Old 28th Oct 2023, 07:36
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"If only there were more smaller airlines , aircraft and niche tour operators left to do this again"

there were but they all went bust - the survivors are all significantly bigger and a lot more data driven
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