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Junta Leader 26th Apr 2017 18:01


Originally Posted by LBIA (Post 9752912)
Either G-JZHL or G-JZHX will most likely position into STN from LBA later.

'HL' in Holidays Livery (seems appropriate) according to Planefinder.

JL:}

Council Van 26th Apr 2017 18:23


Originally Posted by N707ZS (Post 9753071)
Anyone know the fate of G-AI spares or repairs?

Position to Manchester and repair apparently.

N707ZS 26th Apr 2017 18:51

Thanks Council Van.

ssflyer 28th Apr 2017 07:09

Expansion for Jet2 at BHX for 2018,extra 2 new based aircraft and 13 extra destinations
https://www.birminghamairport.co.uk/...source=Twitter
SS

garry8g 28th Apr 2017 20:44

G-JZHZ is on it's way from Seattle, due into LBA on Saturday morning!

Jet2_320 2nd May 2017 19:34

Anybody any idea how long this B757 will be grounded for?

Incident: Jet2.com B752 near Amsterdam on May 2nd 2017, fuel leak

garry8g 2nd May 2017 22:17

Looks like one of the new B737-800 planes has gone tech in Las Palmas tonight - G-JZHV.

G-CELK currently on route from Alicante, due into Las Palmas at 00:49, to operate LS144 return flight to Glasgow, with a 4hr delay.

Trav a la 3rd May 2017 15:13


Originally Posted by garry8g (Post 9759331)
Looks like one of the new B737-800 planes has gone tech in Las Palmas tonight - G-JZHV.

G-CELK currently on route from Alicante, due into Las Palmas at 00:49, to operate LS144 return flight to Glasgow, with a 4hr delay.

Might be a few left behind, if flight is full, as its a 300 not 800 series.

vectisman 3rd May 2017 19:03

All airlines have aircraft go tech. Just wondering why suddenly people feel the need to mention Jet2 ones. As with several other threads running at the moment for different airlines I can't help feeling some posters just cannot let go of things past in their hidden agendas!

LBIA 3rd May 2017 21:13

New route just been put on sale for summer 2018 from Leeds

La Rochelle = 1x weekly Saturday.

garry8g 3rd May 2017 22:07


Originally Posted by vectisman (Post 9760233)
All airlines have aircraft go tech. Just wondering why suddenly people feel the need to mention Jet2 ones. As with several other threads running at the moment for different airlines I can't help feeling some posters just cannot let go of things past in their hidden agendas!

No hidden agenda from me!
Just a comment that it is the first of the new aircraft to do so. It was only an observation....nothing sinister.

paully 4th May 2017 07:42


Originally Posted by LBIA (Post 9760342)
New route just been put on sale for summer 2018 from Leeds

La Rochelle = 1x weekly Saturday.

Am I right in thinking that this is a return having operated it for 1 or 2 seasons a while back?...either way very welcome and an interesting route into France without much competition although very attractive to visitors and second home owners in the region:ok:

LiamNCL 4th May 2017 07:54

JZHV is back on home soil now anyways drama over :ok:

inOban 4th May 2017 09:10

La Rochelle is more typical for Flybe. Doesn't look like a Jet2 market.

Council Van 4th May 2017 09:27

Whilst Benidorm, the Canaries etc for the sun booze and a fry up breakfast is a big part of the Jet2 market they are also moving towards high quality holidays.

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&so...TWZ4ppr4K4W6vg

Including Indulgent Escapes.

I always thought the coast line looked fantastic when nipping up from Bordeaux to Nantes on late summer evening's. To the Noth the Britany Peninsular also looks amazing, Cornwall without Crowd's?

paully 4th May 2017 09:28


Originally Posted by inOban (Post 9760740)
La Rochelle is more typical for Flybe. Doesn't look like a Jet2 market.


Neither did Stansted as Cook's and Tui found out to their cost..

inOban 4th May 2017 10:16

I know thousands of Brits holiday in NW France every year, but generally a) they drive and b) they stay in campsites or in gtes. I'm not sure what you would do there without a car.

Wycombe 4th May 2017 10:25


I'm not sure what you would do there without a car.
Hire one!

I've done fly-drive and drive (towing the home on wheels) to that part of the world many times. Nice towns (Les Sables, St. Gilles, La Rochelle itself, Benodet, Quimper, Concarneau - last 3 a bit further north in southern Brittany) and great beaches, countryside.

Packed with Brits, Irish, Dutch, Germans (and a few French) during the Summer hols.

RYR and EZY aswell as BEE fly to LRH if I'm not mistaken from various points.

compton3bravo 5th May 2017 06:39

Could not agree more about the comments about La Rochelle and its surrounds. Did not see many Brits when been there - yippee! - but try to avoid late July to end of August Paris by the sea uggh! Probably Jet2 got a deal from the local Chamber of Commerce investing in tourism.

Johnny [email protected] Pants 5th May 2017 07:06


Originally Posted by garry8g (Post 9759331)
Looks like one of the new B737-800 planes has gone tech in Las Palmas tonight - G-JZHV.

G-CELK currently on route from Alicante, due into Las Palmas at 00:49, to operate LS144 return flight to Glasgow, with a 4hr delay.

However, it might not be tech at all, perhaps something else caused it not to be operational???


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