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AvGeek1 20th Sep 2017 12:46

Luton-9
 
1. Amsterdam - 509.104
2. Budapest - 391,912
3. Bucharest - 380,742
4. Barcelona - 344,927
5. Warsaw - 296,033
6. Tel Aviv - 278,525
7. Dublin - 240,825
8. Malaga - 238,530
9. Faro - 228,969
10. Copenhagen - 225,317
11. Belfast - 223,624
12. Cluj-Napoca - 219,297
13. Geneva - 216,278
14. Palma de Mallorca - 211,451
15. Katowice - 211,370
16. Edinburgh - 204,605
17. Gdansk - 195,697
18. Sofia - 192,447
19. Paris Charles de Gaulle - 190,725
20. Alicante - 189,290

Source: LLA Statistics

pabely 20th Sep 2017 17:08


Originally Posted by toledoashley (Post 9897126)
Giles - If my understanding is correct, it is likely that Jet2 will get the MAX order and operation excluding Luton and Gatwick. Slots at Gatwick/Luton most likely to go to easyJet.

A nice HO building in the right place with some good parking to boot. Engineering arm which is mostly up the road in Brum now but some capacity for EZY Maintenance (they use them in the Winter anyhow), oh what to do with H89 then!:}

AvGeek1 20th Sep 2017 22:23

easyJet Schedule (24th March 2018 - 24th June 2018)
 
ABZ – 5
ALC – 15
AMS – 40
AYT – 2
BCN – 20
BSL – 7
BFS – 24
SXF – 13
BJV – 2
BOD – 7
CFU – 5
HER – 3
PFO – 5
DTM – 7
DBV – 3
EDI – 22
ESU – 2
FAO – 17
GVA – 13
GLA – 16
HAM – 6
IBZ – 7
INV – 12
IOM – 3
JER – 5
ACE – 2
LIS – 19
LYS – 6
MAD – 9
PMI – 16 (Jun, varies massively other months)
AGP – 20
MRS – 4
MAH – 3
MXP – 14
MUC – 6
JMK – 2
NTE – 4
NAP – 7
NCE – 16
CDG – 21
PSA – 8
OPO – 4
KEF – 6
RHO – 2
FCO – 6
AHO – 3
OLB – 2
SVQ – 3
CTA – 4
SPU – 4
ARN – 4
TLV – 12
TFS – 3
TLS – 6
VLC – 3
VCE – 7
VIE – 4
ZAD – 2
ZRH – 5

= 498 weekly departures (with June PMI)

BIQ & MPL not loaded

planedrive 20th Sep 2017 23:39

HAM appears to end on 24th March 2018 on the easyJet website, not loaded for next summer yet

LGS6753 21st Sep 2017 08:15

EZY to operate around 500 flights per week next summer, but that's not too far ahead of WZZ, who are currently operating about 350.

Spanish eyes 21st Sep 2017 09:24

Which points to the fact that including routes from Easyjet, Tarom, Blue Air and Ryanair around half of all passengers using Luton are Eastern Europeans.

planedrive 21st Sep 2017 17:58

Does anyone know whether Thomas Cook are returning next year?

southside bobby 21st Sep 2017 20:14

No evidence of a Thomas Cook presence @ LTN in 2018...credit their own Summer 18 short haul timetable in PDF format..

LTNman 22nd Sep 2017 16:16

From the Luton rumour mill. Norwegian looking into setting up a UK base at Luton with Luton as the UK HQ using Monarch assets I here.

pabely 22nd Sep 2017 16:21

PA: Norwegian vurderer ε kjψpe Monarch Airlines - Norwegian Air Shuttle - Nζringsliv - E24

LTNman 22nd Sep 2017 16:38

Monarch has such a long history at Luton which goes back 50 years from its inception. I hope it survives for another 50 years but if its name does disappear Norwegian could be very good for Luton and they could just snap up some of those new slots that will be coming to Luton with the completion of this phase of building work.

I guess it is a case of watch this space as easyjet and Wizz could do battle with a new boy on the Luton block.

Buster the Bear 22nd Sep 2017 17:00

https://www.thecourier.co.uk/busines...l-sources-say/

I would suggest the prime targets are the slots for Manchester and Gatwick. A Luton base may just be a re-branding of current Monarch routes, should such a take over happen?

fjencl 22nd Sep 2017 17:23

Regarding the new LTN base for wizz air. What routes is the 1 based aircraft operating each day. ???

LTNman 22nd Sep 2017 17:34

I think officially there is one based aircraft but in reality 3 Wizz aircraft night stopped for the summer peak. No idea about what is happening for the winter season or even now.

toledoashley 23rd Sep 2017 08:37


Originally Posted by Buster the Bear (Post 9900672)
https://www.thecourier.co.uk/busines...l-sources-say/

I would suggest the prime targets are the slots for Manchester and Gatwick. A Luton base may just be a re-branding of current Monarch routes, should such a take over happen?

From what I'm being told Norwegian are not interested in short haul - specifically looking for Gatwick slots to expand long haul.

compton3bravo 23rd Sep 2017 08:52

Could they not move some short haul from Gatwick freeing slots for long haul. Just a thought.

Buster the Bear 23rd Sep 2017 09:04

They are also looking for feeder traffic for the long-haul, thus the recent deal with easyJet and the 'failed' agreement with Ryanair.

toledoashley 23rd Sep 2017 09:15


Originally Posted by compton3bravo (Post 9901248)
Could they not move some short haul from Gatwick freeing slots for long haul. Just a thought.

Like Monarch, they have said they can't compete on SH, especially from the UK. So, I would rate that as unlikely.

AvGeek1 23rd Sep 2017 16:15

I have always thought the same, easyJet should at least be 2 daily on weekends, with maybe an extra on a weekday, increasing to 9 weekly. Since Ryanair launched Faro head to head with easyJet, I have thought that maybe they might try LTN-IBZ.

daz211 23rd Sep 2017 17:31

Agree IBZ is a good money maker and if you look at STN on a Saturday they have 7 flights to Ibiza with multiple carriers it one of those routes that sell well and fill well.


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