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sat1 15th Jun 2007 07:51

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Originally Posted by D-ABAA http://www.pprune.org/forums/images/...s/viewpost.gif
On a seperate note, I heard today that Easyjet have given a final warning to Swissport to improve their standards at Stansted.

We would all be interested to know what are the aspects of particular concern.

look out Swissport!!!!!!!! Menzies are prowling,or is it already cut and dried????????

xxx5572 15th Jun 2007 14:08

Easyjet
 
Catching up on this thread and the talk of easyjet and swissport makes me wonder how people not working for either company would know about this?? The subject of swissport loosing the contract has been going on for ages and many people said its a definate but still no word!!

The other side of the coin could be that swissport want to loose the contract and i wouldnt blame them as EZY seems to do business in terms of pay pennies expect first class service. Just as many of us all know the world of business you get what you pay for and swissport may have done the number crunching and seen that it really is not woth it for them carry it on. The contract would only be passed over to someone else and although easyjet is swissports main customer they still have contracts with many other airlines. This in turn could see swissport exploring contracts with the other airlines operating from the airport.

Then again just my opinion as many others on the site and only time will tell what lies ahead. :)

Hollymead 15th Jun 2007 14:23

"Easy Jet is Swisports main customer " Er , surely Ryanair is Swissports main customer , no ?????

D-ABAA 15th Jun 2007 14:48


Catching up on this thread and the talk of easyjet and swissport makes me wonder how people not working for either company would know about this?? The subject of swissport loosing the contract has been going on for ages and many people said its a definate but still no word!!

The other side of the coin could be that swissport want to loose the contract and i wouldnt blame them as EZY seems to do business in terms of pay pennies expect first class service. Just as many of us all know the world of business you get what you pay for and swissport may have done the number crunching and seen that it really is not woth it for them carry it on. The contract would only be passed over to someone else and although easyjet is swissports main customer they still have contracts with many other airlines. This in turn could see swissport exploring contracts with the other airlines operating from the airport.

Then again just my opinion as many others on the site and only time will tell what lies ahead. :)
Well firstly, I can confirm Swissport do know they have this as staff have been talking.:ugh:

Secondly, Swissport's main customer is Ryanair :D not easyjet :=.

Live the dream....

sat1 15th Jun 2007 17:20

Easyjet/menzies
 
Well firstly, I can confirm Swissport do know they have this as staff have been talking.:ugh:

Secondly, Swissport's main customer is Ryanair :D not easyjet :=.

Live the dream....

SURELY EASYJET IS A SERIOUS '2ND STRING TO SWISSPORTS BOW' AND AS SUCH WOULD BE A BIG LOSS OF REVENUE TO THEM. PRESUMABLY TUPE WOULD APPLY TO THE AFFECTED STAFF


DONTTELLTHEPAX 15th Jun 2007 21:29

I see that there is a 1000 dep to JFK tomorrow, Flt NAO-022.
Is this the Maxjet flight ? If so why the North American Airlines
flight number pic of aircraft under about us / fleet.

xxx5572 16th Jun 2007 10:10

Im not sure if many of you understand the set up of swissport.

One half of the company is dedicated to Ryanair because of the large operation and operates seperately. And on the other side there is the easyjet contract which is the biggest yet to fill in for the down time and in turn increase efficiency they handle other carriers such as tcx,4u, dy and so on. Whils the management is a central structure the loss of the easyjet contract would not mean the end of swissport as a whole all it would mean is the other side of the operation would have lots more spare time which is why they COULD tender for other contracts to fill this time back up.

Lets not forget that as much revenue as a contract can bring in, businesses want to see a return on investment and mainly a profit, businesses aims are always profit maximisation. Therefore if the easyjet contract in bringing back minimal return on large capital investment in both machines and labour, an attempt could be to streamline a business to make it more profitable by reducing the workforce (bearing in mind this alone counts for 70% of costs) and allowing swissport (charter) to become a smaller workforce than before and working on more profitable contracts.

sat1 16th Jun 2007 13:40

in other words they would do to easyjet what servisair did to ryanair a few years ago

Mr Flaps 17th Jun 2007 13:56

North Amercian 757
 
The North Amercian 757 is a charter for a music tour of London.
MIA-JFK-STN and back.
There is also a TU6 parked north side.

snillocsat4 17th Jun 2007 17:06

Easy/Swissport
 
Audit in May wasn't good . given til end of June to clean up service .or maybe 60 day notice ? Menzies:=

MonitorTower 17th Jun 2007 19:46

Hi,

Am i right in thinking that Swissport have lost EZY contracts at other stations and Menzies will be handling EZY at lgw...this doesn't bode well for stn swissport surely :confused:

Tower.

Hial Flyer 17th Jun 2007 21:36

Menzies have already taken over the EZY contract at Gatwick though think it used to be Servisair.

D-ABAA 18th Jun 2007 12:05

If Menzies do take over EZY at STN will there be room for another handling company on the ramp?:bored:

Departures Beckham 22nd Jun 2007 09:32

Eos Expansion
 
From September 9th, Eos will be offering 40 flights a week. Let's hope we have enough jetways servicable by then...
http://www.eosairlines.com/images/ne...lightsched.gif

Capt Wannabe 22nd Jun 2007 21:11

Beckham

Welcome back - haven't seen you around here for a while :)

Rumour control suggests new bridges are on the way for 11 / 12 / 13 although they will not arrive until next year (I thought eBay was quicker than that), and the new ones may not go on those stands - ie a swapabout may take place.

Don't imagine some of the long-established companies will be too impressed if EOS try to monopolise the working ones at the moment - although I have seen it on steps quite often recently.

Should you not be on a 'blue' pass now ? :ok:

owenkirk2005 25th Jun 2007 15:12

hi, can anybody who knows stansted tell me which runway is usually used when there is a north westerly wind? as far as i know its crosswind. Thanks.

terrain safe 25th Jun 2007 20:15

The preferential runway is 23. This will used generally until there is a tailwind of 5 kts.

TUGNBAR 2nd Jul 2007 18:30

Secure Stansted
 
After dropping off the inlaws today,and upon reading other airport threads on what it is like elsewhere, just wanted to say how organised, safe and secure it felt at Stansted. Even though access to the drop off area is closed of to Joe public, having the lower drop off area is just as good although slightly conjested.:D:D

owenkirk2005 2nd Jul 2007 19:37

stansted reported to be sealed off
 
stansted airport reportedly sealed off due to a suspect package being found. more details to follow on bbc website.

link now avalible
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/essex/6263252.stm

newscaster 3rd Jul 2007 14:14

Do you think PIA will return to STN?


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