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Old 11th Nov 2002, 17:12
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BUZZ will formally announce destinations from BOH tomorrow Tues 12th Nov...........
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Old 13th Nov 2002, 16:31
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Announced in local press that Buzz will be operating BOH-BFS early next year...confirmed on the Buzz website

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Old 18th Nov 2002, 12:56
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as a boh employee i think i speak for many when saying how excited we are about buzz started out of us. Great times ahead i hope, about time we got the traffic!!!!
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Old 18th Nov 2002, 16:09
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Legs11, According to their website, Bath Travel are flying a "one off" to New York on 24/11 by 747, with refuelling at Gander on outward leg, from either Bournemouth or Exeter. Back 27/28.

Flight is full!
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Old 18th Nov 2002, 19:30
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As far as I'm aware, only the BOH flight is by B747,and as you state, full. The Exeter flight is a Monarch B757 and will stop at Gander. The B747 from BOH should be direct as it doesn't need full tanks for the flight.
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Old 18th Nov 2002, 19:42
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Is this 747/MON 757 to JFK or EWR?
Also have Palmair formally annonced that they have dropped BOH-PIK?
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Old 18th Nov 2002, 20:41
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Yes Palmair have formally announced that they will not commence a BOH-PIK svc as planned.

New york flight as far as i'm aware is to EWR.
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