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carbootking 6th Nov 2009 17:14

anyone else here the rumeor of air asia leaving for gatwick next month also airarabia

Seljuk22 6th Nov 2009 17:27

Air Arabia doesn't serve STN anymore.

MUFC_fan 6th Nov 2009 17:30


anyone else here the rumeor of air asia leaving for gatwick next month also airarabia

Air Arabia doesn't serve STN anymore.
Someone has been caught out for spreading crap! :ok:

Also, why would Air Asia fix something that doesn't need fixing?

daz211 20th Dec 2009 09:12

AirAsia
 
Has anyone any idea how Airasia is getting on the snow and ice
at STN, with only 2 x A340's how are the timings working out ?
I would think this is the first big test for them with only 2 aircraft
of type in the fleet.

pamann 22nd Dec 2009 11:33

Nice to see Easyjet finally looking committed to Stansted with new routes for 2010 :ok:

Bodrum
Cagliari (already announced)
Dalaman
Dubrovnik
Split

Fuerteventura continues throughout the Summer season also!

Good news for Easyjet and for Stansted :D

Do you think we will see an A320 based there for the Summer for the longer BJV/DLM sectors?

Seljuk22 31st Dec 2009 08:27

Rumours about a new Germanwings base at Hannover with double daily flights to STN starting April/May.

Charlie Roy 11th Jan 2010 13:34


Rumours about a new Germanwings base at Hannover with double daily flights to STN starting April/May.
Now confirmed, starting April 29th.
Monday - Friday: arrive STN 0720 and 1945, depart STN 0750 and 2015
Saturday: morning flight
Sunday: evening flight

Hounddog1 11th Jan 2010 20:32

They did not do them all, Servisair did TCX & BA, it was a busy period all round for everyone. All did a great job, bearing in mind the weather conditions under foot was not the berst in the world...:D

Keyvon 15th Jan 2010 16:32

Stansted airport is to lose both Norwegian and BlueAir's remaining flights, by the end of the winter schedule.

DY's service to Trondheim, as well as 0B flights to Bucharest and Sibiu are going to be moved to Luton.

Powerjet1 15th Jan 2010 17:20


DY's service to Trondheim, as well as 0B flights to Bucharest and Sibiu are going to be moved to Luton.
DY's flights are still bookable ex STN throughout S10. Surely you mean LGW if there is to be any transfer in the future.

The quoted Blue Air flights are now bookable from LTN, from March.

Keyvon 15th Jan 2010 18:43

Oh sorry!There's a mistake in my post, indeed.

All Norwegian flights, including Trondheim (which is now the only route remained at Stansted), will operate from Gatwick, effective from 28 March 2010.

tommyc2005 17th Jan 2010 22:52

Norwegian moving all flights out was inevitable. I do believe that one day they will completely return though, unless charges at LGW are significantly lower long term. Considering the majority of their pax are inbound, it makes no real sense for them to serve an airport that is much further south than STN, and that offers few benefits to the pax in terms of transferring to London.

Blue Air is a surprise though, and you could say crazy. They are moving from an airport where they have no direct competition and good loads (to Bucharest) to an airport where there is an existing service from an established operator (Wizz). Surely if yields are the problem, moving to LTN can only make that worse.

boeing_eng 25th Jan 2010 14:27

Does anyone know why Air Asia have re-timed the departure of the 23.20 flight on Feb 2nd to 04.15 on Feb 3rd?!!

Seems to be a one-off as the flight on Feb 1st and the normal Feb 3rd flight are still showing the normal departure time!

AI101 25th Jan 2010 15:23

Does anyone have any idea when Ryanair is starting their cyprus and turkish services from STN was told should be my summer 2010.

MUFC_fan 25th Jan 2010 16:58

Can FR fly STN-Turkey?!:confused:

I don't think they can...

spirit of the age 25th Jan 2010 18:40

why not???

Charlie Roy 25th Jan 2010 18:46


why not???
If there is no Open Skies agreement between the EU and Turkey then an Irish company cannot fly from the UK to Turkey... They would need to set up a seperate British or Turkish sister airline. Like how you have Easyjet and Easyjet Switzerland...

toledoashley 25th Jan 2010 18:47

I believe that Turkey is non-eu openskies, so they would only be able to operate flights from Ireland (Unless they use the old Buzz AOC?). There is no reason why they cant operate to Greece though. EZY really is stealing the march on Greece/Turkey/Egypt routes.

easyJet A321 25th Jan 2010 19:06

Thats probably why they would want to start operating them because they have seen the large success that easyJet have made of these longer routes and their 737's would have the range would they?

Sprocket2009 25th Jan 2010 19:15

TOM fly to all those places on a 737-800 from STN so they would have the range.


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