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Old 1st Jan 2021, 16:10
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Indeed, but by the time that comes to fruition, if it ever does, we'll all be teleporting!
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Old 3rd Jan 2021, 19:27
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Cargologic / kalitta

Cargologic will have a 744 based at EMA running a daily route to Cincinnati for DHL whilst Kalitta air 744 moves onto 5 weekly LAX route
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Old 4th Jan 2021, 06:50
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Is the Cargologic 747 replacing one of the 767s or is it extra.
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Old 4th Jan 2021, 07:45
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Would I be correct in assuming that the move to Kalitta Air on LEJ-EMA-LAX is a consequence of Brexit, insofar as it is no longer permissible for a German carrier to carry revenue earning cargo on the UK/USA sector?
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Old 4th Jan 2021, 11:40
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Good work for CargoLogicAir/CLU...is a school of thought that a UK based/G-Dash registered B744F operator with now no reliance on work out of the EU to the Worldwide market would also fail to find work out of the UK after 1.1.21

A/c positioned in from STN.
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Old 4th Jan 2021, 15:32
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Believe it to be alongside the 767’s operating although the Cargojet schedule does change slightly departing to Leipzig instead of Cincinnati
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Old 11th Jan 2021, 17:22
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December 2020 Pax

Manchester – 248,451 down 87.4%

Stansted – 198,291 down 90.1%

East Midlands – 15,065 down 92.7%

2020

Stansted – 7,543,779 down 73.2%

Manchester – 7,037,036 down 76.0%

East Midlands – 899,756 down 80.8%

Cargo

East Midlands – 46,320 up 43.5%

Stansted – 23,136 up 18.8%

Manchester – 4,693 down 46.6%
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Old 11th Jan 2021, 19:27
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The cargo figure just underlines what I have written previously regarding the "unsung hero" for EMA. Passengers may be just 7.3% of last December but the revenue from cargo must be compensating, if not more than compensating, for the lost revenue from PAX. Is there is business case for investing more in cargo and letting passengers wither on the vine?

It perhaps goes some way to explain why the passenger facilities are relatively dire at EMA - invest where you know you can make money.
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Old 20th Jan 2021, 15:42
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East Midlands have closed all passenger handling until the 31st Jan.
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Old 21st Jan 2021, 14:10
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Correct to my understanding
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Old 25th Jan 2021, 10:56
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And now they have snow those raised bases in the centre of the roads that are missing their keep left signage are now flush with snow and hidden, just waiting to rip someones sump out or cause injury at which point I do hope the unfortunate sues them.
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Old 12th Feb 2021, 15:19
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January 2021

MAN – 127,638 down 92.8%

STN – 104,477 down 94.5%

EMA – 4,802 down 97.5%

12m rolling

STN – 5,745,700 down 79.6%

MAN – 5,388,648 down 81.7%

EMA – 713,989 down 84.7%

Cargo

EMA – 32,777 up 9.2%

STN – 23,173 up 48.4%

MAN – 3,879 down 51.5%
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Old 16th Feb 2021, 18:29
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It appears Cargologic 744F will now be operating Liege - East Midlands - Atlanta - East Midlands - Amsterdam which I believe has been moved from LHR
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Old 16th Feb 2021, 19:50
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Do G-CLAA and G-CLBA pass through EMA on a daily basis now?
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Old 16th Feb 2021, 19:53
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G-CLBA is based running the daily CVG & Saturday Leipzig with G-CLAA had been running a few Atlanta trips through East Midlands sun/mon
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Old 16th Feb 2021, 21:20
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Don't forget you shouldn't be going to see aircraft at EMA or anywhere at the moment. The local police are happy to give you a fine as a reminder.
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Old 16th Feb 2021, 23:33
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Grrr

too right they should!
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Old 17th Feb 2021, 06:12
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Recent cases...

https://westbridgfordwire.com/west-b...lands-airport/

https://www.nottinghampost.com/news/...e-fine-5003959

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Old 17th Feb 2021, 09:52
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It may just be sloppy journalism, but if the "East Midlands Airport Police" are a different entity to Leicestershire Constabulary one wonders what jurisdiction they have to issue fines to people on public roads outside the airport boundary. Moreover, there is a public footpath that runs roughly around the perimeter of EMA which is open as normal, so although it's probably more than a bit fool hardy to sit in your car at one of the vantage points around the perimeter, I really wouldn't have thought that driving from West Bridgford to walk the footpath wouldn't necessarily contravene the (thoroughly ambiguous) rules. I mean, what is "local area"? The characters who travelled from Mansfield are certainly on rather more dodgy ground!

It is rather galling that the police are more than happy to fine "low hanging fruit" but quite happy to turn a blind eye to the groups of youth and young adults that are regularly seen congregating outside corner shops, sans face coverings, and making no attempt at social distancing.

I would add that I haven't ventured anywhere near EMA since the latest lockdown began, nor for that matter, during either of the two previous lockdowns.
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Old 17th Feb 2021, 15:53
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Doubt you would see much unless you were willing to put in a night shift! (And I don't miss those....)
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