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Mr Flaps 24th Feb 2007 18:55

Aviance Check-in desks and Iceland Express to Gatwick
 
Aviance have been given a ticket desk and a number of check-in desks at the end of Zone D. The Servisair signs have been taken down but at the moment we are still using these desks till AGS vanish from their current location between Zones E-F and stop using desks in Zone K.
With regards to EZY coming across to Servisair, I am not convinced that the airline will move. When I am walking around in orange and have a Servisair ID round my neck then I will believe it.
Iceland Express are looking at a possible move to Gatwick but after talking to the Iceland rep today nothing will happen until after this coming summer if at all.

Capt Wannabe 25th Feb 2007 10:57


And with the very good list of incidents none of them seem to involve any ezy aircraft directly so on what basis do ezy want to terminate the contract.
Almost correct ! I believe there is one which involved an orange aircraft but not their handling agent at STN.


if a company wishes to terminate a contract they would simply give notice ie 90 days to the 2nd party citing valid reasons and THAT WOULD BE IT!!!
That is quite correct - 90 days notice is all that is needed from either party although quite often an improvement notice is involved.


Seems to me that easyjet have ample reasons to do just THAT.
Such as .......????

rusty_c 25th Feb 2007 22:00

Iceland Express
 
This is a bold one, considering alot of their pax fly in to stn and then off to other places in europe on EZY, AB, and FR

Also today, I spoke to someone from swissport and they said that theyve been told that theyre losing EZY, AB are off to aviance...... Dont shoot the messenger:rolleyes:

sat1 26th Feb 2007 10:09

Dont shoot the messenger
 
there are those who would say...BANG BANG!!!but,hey,what have i been saying about EZY.Maybe now people will take notice.With servisair the future is bright,the future is ORANGE.

Mr Flaps 26th Feb 2007 16:00

FHE (Iceland Express)
 
Umm I think the airline would not be wise to move from STN, but as the rep said to me over the weekend the move is still in the early stages it may not even happen. Its up to Iceland Express.

So EZY are leaving Swissport hmmm. Still not sure yet! AB staying with Servisair till end of the summer. Aviance have made moves on EOS and Maxjet.

Thompsonfly are staying with Servisair for another three years.

xxx5572 26th Feb 2007 16:08

Capt Wannabe
 

That is quite correct - 90 days notice is all that is needed from either party although quite often an improvement notice is involved.

I stand corrected :\

Stanstedeye 26th Feb 2007 18:59

New Route for STN
 
Royal Bengal Airlines are planning a new service linking STN with Dhaka.
This new airline will be British/Bangladeshi owned.

TUGNBAR 2nd Mar 2007 16:28

Vehicle To Vehicle Incident
 
Just heard there has been an incident involving a belt loader and a tug and the tug driver is badly injured.

Does anyone have any better more solid information.

Hope the guys OK.......

ped90 2nd Mar 2007 19:47

Belt loader incident
 
A Swissport easyjet belt loader T Boned a Swissport Ryanair electric buggy. The driver of the buggy had to be cut free by the fire brigade.

It happened this morning on the road around Sat 2 behind the Charlie 40 stands. The buggy driver is in hospital. Not exactly sure how bad his injuries are yet but it was very lucky that there was no passenger in the buggy as we could well have been talking about a fatality.

rusty_c 2nd Mar 2007 21:02

When was the last time you saw a passenger being given a lift in a buggy??!! Oooo maybe these incidents are the reason why the futures ORANGE for servisair :ok: *awaits the barrage*

TUGNBAR 2nd Mar 2007 21:06

I'm hearing reports that the guy driving the tug/buggy has got bad spinal injuries.
Having driven many different types, these Beltloaders are certainly not the safest things to drive due to the position of the driver and most can go very fast which can cause them to bounce out of control due to the weight of the belt or rocket launcher and if the driver is not belted down he too will bounce causing him to lose control (I stress this is just a thought).

But my fear is that turnround times has a big part to play in this as they were probably both rushing to get to their aircraft.

DONTTELLTHEPAX 3rd Mar 2007 13:16

New Airline ???
 
Has anyone heard about or know of an airline called FlyFirstClass.biz they
are not up and running yet and tickets are not on sale, route Stansted to Bermuda, due to start very soon.:confused:

Capt Wannabe 3rd Mar 2007 14:58


When was the last time you saw a passenger being given a lift in a buggy??!!
Very often - they do have 2 seats after all :confused:


I'm hearing reports that the guy driving the tug/buggy has got bad spinal injuries.
The buggy driver has no spinal injuries or physical breakages.


Has anyone heard about or know of an airline called FlyFirstClass.biz they
are not up and running yet and tickets are not on sale, route Stansted to Bermuda, due to start very soon.
Is this the FlyJet thing that's been floating around the rumour networks for some time? I think there were slots last summer for the route but nothing happened. Maybe this year.......

jack_essex 3rd Mar 2007 15:45

The flights to Bermuda are on the arrivals/departure boards most days at STN. It has the flight and then cancelled next to it. It has been like that for ages.

rusty_c 3rd Mar 2007 16:18

Flyjet were bought out by silverjet, mainly for their 762. I think this route has fallen by the wayside now, if it was to start it would be from LTN now

DONTTELLTHEPAX 3rd Mar 2007 18:22

Another new route for STN
 
AIR ITALY are starting a new route Verona-Stansted looks 2x daily
http://content.answers.com/main/cont...752_I-AIGA.jpg
but they will be using a B737-300 no as in pic above,
flights are due to start in June 2007, I wonder how Ryanair will respond
to this new route.
website seems to be in italian only :ugh: .

jet2_at_blk 3rd Mar 2007 18:41

How the flipping heck can a small Italian carrier compete with the largest and most ruthless LC airline in Europe, especially in their own back yard!

It says one-way fares start from 35 euros - an FR service will get you that for return!

The only advantage of the Air Italy flight is that it has a better frequency at descent times.

I'm sorry, but is this just suicide?!:mad:

Why don't they try LTN, or venture further North to MAN or LPL?!

D-ABBT 3rd Mar 2007 20:22

Any Idea of who will be doing these Air Italy Flights, AGS, Servisair, Swissport?? I guess they will give it a go for the summer, and like many routes and airlines, will pull out as soon as the kids go back to school.:ok:

SAM-EMA 3rd Mar 2007 21:06

Are there still chances of the route between STN or LTN to Bermuda starting, as Zoom UK have applied for flights to Bermuda from LGW.

SAM-EMA

Mr Flaps 16th Mar 2007 16:36

Air India and First Choice
 
Management from Air India where up at Stansted today looking at the check-in facilities and out of size luggage. If they did move some flights up to STN they could be looking at a handling agent.
Air Berlin are having self service check-in machines installed in time for April they are going to have 4 in zone A, and First Choice are looking at long haul from flights from Stansted.


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