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sat1 25th Jan 2010 19:39

If M O L wants to go to turkey then turkey is where he will go.......if there is a profit to be made.

FEROMAN 30th Jan 2010 17:10


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?!!
Air Asia X are carrying out a scheduled engine change on one of their aircraft which has delayed this single flight

tommyc2005 18th Feb 2010 09:17

Turkish are reintroducing the old afternoon service to the main Ataturk airport in Istanbul along with connections further afield from the end of March, in addition to the existing night flight to Sabiha Gohcen.

Stanstedeye 18th Feb 2010 16:13

Malta
 
Very good news that FR are introducing a daily flight to Malta from STN, its long overdue.

Powerjet1 16th Mar 2010 14:25

A snippet taken from the "examiner.com.....

Sun Country Airlines will offer weekly service from it's base at Minneapolis/St. Paul to London-Stansted this summer, the airline said in a press release Monday. The seasonal service will operate Eastbound on Friday evenings and Westbound on Sunday afternoons. Sun Country will fly Boeing 737-800 aircraft in a two class configuration on the route, with a technical stop at Gander, Newfoundland in each direction.

Buster the Bear 16th Mar 2010 15:31

Sun Country Announces New Summer Service To London
Convenient Low Fare Flights Begin June 11, 2010

ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sun Country Airlines today announced new international service between the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul and London, England. The new flights will operate weekly from June 11 through August 15 departing the Twin Cities on Fridays with a midday return from London-Stansted airport on Sundays. The seasonal service will operate with an intermediate stop and offer both first class and coach seating on Sun Country’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Flights will be on sale beginning Monday, March 15, on SunCountry.com or by calling 1-800-FLY-NSUN.

“London is a great summer destination and we are looking forward to providing customers with a new way across the Atlantic. In addition, London’s Stansted airport is one of the best connection points to the continent with numerous flights on Europe’s leading low-fare airlines Ryanair and easyJet”
.“London is a great summer destination and we are looking forward to providing customers with a new way across the Atlantic. In addition, London’s Stansted airport is one of the best connection points to the continent with numerous flights on Europe’s leading low-fare airlines Ryanair and easyJet,” said Stan Gadek, Sun Country president and CEO. “We’re expanding our Hometown Airline this summer to give our customers a familiar, convenient and value-based choice across the Atlantic. We’re excited to operate this new route and we think our passengers will be thrilled as well by the savings and high level of attention and award winning service that Sun Country is known for.”

London Stansted is Britain’s third busiest airport and the fastest-growing major airport in Europe. Located on the northeast side of London the airport serves nearly 23 million passengers a year and provides access to 162 destinations and 34 countries. Passengers will also enjoy easy access to London on the Stansted Express which operates every 15 minutes from the train station located below the passenger terminal.

Sun Country Vacations, in conjunction with Sun Country Airlines, is celebrating the start of the new trans-Atlantic service with special deals on airfare and hotels in and around London, the U.K. and across Europe. Visit Sun Country Vacations at suncountryvacations.com or call toll-free 1-877-835-2386 for more information and “Vacations Just About Anywhere.”

About Sun Country Airlines
Sun Country Airlines (MN Airlines, LLC, d.b.a. Sun Country Airlines) is based in St. Paul, Minnesota. The award-winning airline, which flies to popular destinations in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean, has earned a reputation for offering world-class service at an affordable price. Sun Country has been named a “Top Ten Domestic Airline” by Travel+Leisure for the fourth year in a row and Condé Nast Traveler for the third year in a row. Customers can obtain more information by visiting either SunCountry.com or SunCountryVacations.com.

daz211 16th Mar 2010 20:53

Also heard today that AIR ASIA X has been given the the green light to fly
Stansted - Oakland but wont be until late 2010 early 2011.

And watch this space for another longhaul route out of STN with a major carrier
that are in the final stages of negotiations.

Skipness One Echo 16th Mar 2010 21:06


longhaul route out of STN with a major carrier
Oooohhh do tell go on. It's an anonymous forum. Is it Air NeverHeardOf or JustLaunchedInternational?

daz211 16th Mar 2010 21:19

No its a long established Airline that has flights from LHR they want to start daily
flights from STN I wish I could say but I cant yet.:mad:.

pamann 17th Mar 2010 13:17

Oh go on Daz give us a clue ;)

My money would be on Emirates, Ethiad, Gulf Air or even South African but I guess we'll have to wait and see...

toledoashley 17th Mar 2010 13:22

Maybe Olympic, Royal Air Maroc, Tunis Air or Iberia?

pamann 17th Mar 2010 13:24

According to daz211 it's a long haul route.

daz211 17th Mar 2010 13:53

Here is a clue and it's a big clue they are coloured red and blue.
But it not British Airways.

toledoashley 17th Mar 2010 13:57

US Airways, Air Canada, Malaysian, Delta, TAM?

pamann 17th Mar 2010 14:13

Virgin to JFK & Orlando would work great :ok:

mattcam 17th Mar 2010 14:15

my guess is delta.

ara01jbb 17th Mar 2010 15:09

DL MSP-STN to stamp on SunCountry before they get any bigger ideas? :}

stuinn 17th Mar 2010 15:17

Maybe American Airlines are returning. The AA are red and blue? http://www.americanairlines.co.uk/co...oter_aacom.gif

Sprocket2009 17th Mar 2010 16:36

They said they would be back.

simoncorbett 17th Mar 2010 16:43

new long haul ?
 
How about Air India..? they seem to be looking for somewhere to stop off between North America and India..... rumours of them moving stop over to Ireland recently ??


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