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Old 14th Dec 2023, 11:43
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Agadir with Ryanair is being operated by a BOH based aircraft 2 x week

Monday & Thursday

2 gaps left to fill now on a Wednesday & Saturday to complete the schedule
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It would be good to see Paphos return.
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2 gaps left to fill now on a Wednesday & Saturday to complete the schedule
The days and times seem to still be changing so have I missed some updates?

I have Wednesday as complete:
Aircraft 1 VCE & GRO & ALC
Aircraft 2 FAO & CCF & AGP

The Saturday gap is fairly small with a based aircraft operating to AGP at 10:30am and then FAO. The other aircraft operating BUD & CCF & PMI.

I also still have a small gap on Monday:
Aircraft 1 ALC & GRO & PMI
Aircraft 2 AGA returns 14:45, WRO departs 18:10
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That only leaves the ability to do something of 1 hour and 5 mins block. Not sure what that could be. Perhaps these will be engineering breaks?

I would be surprised if DUB didnít come back in some form. Iíd also suggest Belfast International is on the horizon along with Funchal and Bucharest.
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Could DUB not fit into those gaps?

Agree on Bucharest. The number of Romanians in the central southern region of the UK would easily justify it.

My money would be on Warsaw being added soon or extra flights on the Krakow route.
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Old 14th Dec 2023, 14:55
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Originally Posted by Le Tirer
The days and times seem to still be changing so have I missed some updates?

I have Wednesday as complete:
Aircraft 1 VCE & GRO & ALC
Aircraft 2 FAO & CCF & AGP

The Saturday gap is fairly small with a based aircraft operating to AGP at 10:30am and then FAO. The other aircraft operating BUD & CCF & PMI.

I also still have a small gap on Monday:
Aircraft 1 ALC & GRO & PMI
Aircraft 2 AGA returns 14:45, WRO departs 18:10
Wednesday
Aircraft 1 FAO & CCS & AGP
Aircraft 2 ó & GRO & ALC

The Wednesday VCE is operated by Malta Air

There is definitely space on Wed , Sat & Mon for a rotation of some sort

Wed 5 hr 20
Sat. 3 hr 30
Mon 2 hr 35

FR have had another spat with Dublin over fees hence no flights this winter and next summer it looks like , loads averaged about 140 pax so presumably this was the hit



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Old 14th Dec 2023, 15:06
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD
Wednesday
Aircraft 1 FAO & CCS & AGP
Aircraft 2 ó & GRO & ALC

The Wednesday VCE is operated by Malta Air

There is definitely space on Wed , Sat & Mon for a rotation of some sort

Wed 5 hr 20
Sat. 3 hr 30
Mon 2 hr 35

FR have had another spat with Dublin over fees hence no flights this winter and next summer it looks like , loads averaged about 140 pax so presumably this was the hit
140 pax you would think is good of course, but we don't know the yield. But most likely the spat with Dublin
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The Wednesday VCE is operated by Malta Air
Thanks for the update. When I last looked it was definitely the based aircraft with a 6:30am departure so I would think there must be something else now in the pipeline for this slot.
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There will definitely be some more routes but given the time availability it would have to be something short like Belfast , Beauvais or Glasgow and the longer route on Wednesday possibly a European route
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How about Inverness weekly
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Old 15th Dec 2023, 09:16
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Domestic routes like Belfast, Glasgow or Inverness should require a RUK aircraft.
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Originally Posted by bob1810
How about Inverness weekly
Would be as popular as Liverpool was a few years ago , leave the domestics to Southampton
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Originally Posted by SWBKCB
Domestic routes like Belfast, Glasgow or Inverness should require a RUK aircraft.
Given that the AGA route also require RUK aircraft either one of the BOH based units will be RUK or they'll need to get an RUK aircraft into BOH to operate it.
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October 2023

BOH processed 98,262 pax in October which was up 29% on the previous year.

The rolling 12-month figure was 929,000 which is significant, behind that of Belfast City at 2 million.

Big numbers on the EDI route at 6,302 pax.

Strong growth on FAO, GRO, AGP, ALC, LPA and PMI

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It would appear that BOH cargo routes have picked up slightly.

9x weekly to Chengdu, 2x weekly to Billund & now what appears to be at least weekly to JFK.

Sadly the CAA have not released cargo figures for BOH.
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Ryanair have added another flight to Gerona on a Saturday taking the service to 8 flights a week for the summer
Obviously GRO is the place to be as itís the second busiest route after Palma now

Still a few gaps to fill on the BOH based aircraft which I am surprised they havenít filled yet or it may just be down time factored in for the aircraft should any thing untoward occur

TFS , LPA & ACE are all on sale for winter 24/25 now with FR
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Why are the majority of arrivals on R26 not using the southern taxiway nowadays?
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Taxiway B has a newish apron with upto 3 European A 340 on it so no room to taxi down their

Quite often the East / West Apron is taken up at the bottom by a European A340 off loading freight

I heard that a possible new taxiway is being built closer to the main runway north side
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD
Taxiway B has a newish apron with upto 3 European A 340 on it so no room to taxi down their

Quite often the East / West Apron is taken up at the bottom by a European A340 off loading freight

I heard that a possible new taxiway is being built closer to the main runway north side
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Originally Posted by SKOJB
Why are the majority of arrivals on R26 not using the southern taxiway nowadays?
Taxiway is currently U/S. Repair is imminent so I am told.

Additionally, I have been informed by a reliable source that a new route is soon to be announced from BOH.
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