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spannersatcx 27th Nov 2018 14:06

1st A350-1000 due at MAN Saturday, for those interested, by all accounts it will only fit on 1 stand at the moment, so that could be interesting!

Scottie Dog 27th Nov 2018 20:56

Manchester Statistics - October 2018

Destinations that are either new (no passengers since my records started in January 2005), or have not been served for a number of years - if the latter then the month and year of the last service is shown.

No new destinations were served in October 2018

Million passenger routes (Rolling annual figures)
Amsterdam - 1,024,292 passengers
Dubai - 1,015,907 passengers

Two domestic statistics are currently missing from the CAA report for October.
Belfast City, and Inverness are yet to provide figures

Total passengers for these routes in 2017 were 24,847 - although the CAA site currently shows 66 passengers to Belfast City in October 2018.

Moving monthly and annual figures - based on CAA statistics/MAG statistics

Monthly passengers - 2,547,855 +5.96%
Annual Total - 19,123,190 +0.73%%
Moving Annual Total - 28,033,344 +1.06%

Monthly Movements - 18,192 +2.05%
Annual Movements - 130,950 -1.75%
Moving Annual Movements - 200,495 -1.84%

Top 25 destinations - by passenger numbers

https://i.ibb.co/RHnD4wz/Screenshot-98.png

Top 25 destinations with highest percentage increase.

https://i.ibb.co/MNwNfnF/Screenshot-99.png

Figures for the European and long haul destinations that I consider to be the main points for our connecting traffic.

https://i.ibb.co/WVJV6FR/Screenshot-100.png

Comparison of top 25 destinations - October 2008 versus October 2018

https://i.ibb.co/tJRNKDq/Screenshot-102.png

Major changes to Domestic traffic

https://i.ibb.co/XtDs4xJ/Screenshot-103.png

Belfast City and Inverness, have not reported figures for October.

CAA statistics for October are provisional.

MAN2SIN2BKK2FRA 28th Nov 2018 07:09


Originally Posted by chaps1954 (Post 10320557)
The actual terminal is to come down but piers B and C are to remain

I can't see how piers B and C from T1 can remain, from the pictures shown Pier D on T2 will extend out to the satellite of Pier C on T1. From looking at Google Earth the centreline of T2 would extend directly to the main building of T3, therefore once T1 is demolished there is considerable space to extend the main building of T3 and that 2 additional piers can be extended from T3 parallel with those of T2. Dreams, I know but logically could it work?

TURIN 28th Nov 2018 21:24


...therefore once T1 is demolished there is considerable space to extend the main building of T3 and that 2 additional piers can be extended from T3 parallel with those of T2. Dreams, I know but logically could it work?
I think that was the prefered option but was deamed too expensive and disruptive.

Mr A Tis 29th Nov 2018 08:50

They're spending £1Bn & that monstrosity that is pier B is staying ? Really? B & C both need to go.

jfy1999 29th Nov 2018 11:02

Laudamotion
 
Saw a post on another forum a couple of weeks ago saying that VIE-MAN would be added for summer 2019 operating Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday, however I can't find anything on the website.

anyone know more?

FFMAN 29th Nov 2018 13:47

With three good airlines already on the route, would we need a 4th with what 10k pax per month? Highly doubt it

fjencl 29th Nov 2018 14:16

https://ifn.news/posts/small-planet-...y-authorities/

4eyed anorak 29th Nov 2018 16:40

ETIHAD

Looks like 787-10 will be coming soon!

https://twitter.com/Airlineroute
ETIHAD's 787-10 Dreamliner to serve Manchester on permanent basis from 01FEB19. For summer schedule from 31MAR19, service operated by 787-9 and -10, 1 daily each, instead of 787-9 and 777-300ER
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Regards 4ea

Suzeman 29th Nov 2018 17:33

Some ETD 787-10 on various MAN flights from 8th December

160to4DME 29th Nov 2018 21:12

Air France re-absorbing Joon back into mainline.

So MAN will retain AF.

roverman 29th Nov 2018 22:32


Originally Posted by 160to4DME (Post 10324000)
Air France re-absorbing Joon back into mainline.

So MAN will retain AF.

Magnifique! I remember the last ever AF Caravelle operating AF962/963 in March 1981 as the type was retired from the fleet. Ear-piercing RR Avons and that classic paint scheme which was never updated like the B727s which replaced it. AF are one of MAN's longest continuously-running flag carriers. Vive la France mais 'Non' a Joon! Pardon my French.

Logohu 1st Dec 2018 06:35

Good to see United finally upsizing its Newark service for next summer, with a 767-300ER from 30 March, and 767-400ER from 22 May.
Source: Routesonline


FFMAN 7th Dec 2018 01:55

15-20 years ago flying business class ex MAN could be a relatively lonely experience.....
Twice in the last month, I've not been able to get seats up front on the flights I wanted due to them all being sold.....
I'll leave it there.

brian_dromey 7th Dec 2018 08:09

Interesting observation. On one hand business are purported to be reducing business-class travel, yet business class cabins seem full. There are very limited seats for points redemption (BA release just 2 per long-haul flight). Is it the premium leisure traveller? Iím thinking of the 50/60+ with paid off mortgages, defined benifit pensions and kids through uni?

Betablockeruk 7th Dec 2018 09:23


Originally Posted by FFMAN (Post 10329903)
15-20 years ago flying business class ex MAN could be a relatively lonely experience.....
Twice in the last month, I've not been able to get seats up front on the flights I wanted due to them all being sold.....
I'll leave it there.

Will be interesting to know which flights?

I'm sure the massive development of the city centre has increased the number of business types in and out of the area - did you know....there are over 60 cranes up in the city centre Crane spotting

chaps1954 7th Dec 2018 09:31

72 cranes the other day in city centre alone

Ian

FFMAN 7th Dec 2018 11:13


Originally Posted by Betablockeruk (Post 10330117)
Will be interesting to know which flights?

I'm sure the massive development of the city centre has increased the number of business types in and out of the area - did you know....there are over 60 cranes up in the city centre Crane spotting

I'll just say that one was going east and one was going west. I was surprised at the Westbound tbh but then I reflected for a while and realized that actually there are pretty limited options going that way in the winter months for full service flying. If the airport is to be taken seriously as a true gateway going forward, that will have to change. It's alright saying 'we have non-stop flights to Los Angeles' but if they only go for a few weeks in the summer, they're not much better than holiday charter flights

Unscientific observations but I would say yes there are a few wealthy leisure flyers up front but there always has been. You'll find that front cabins on the full service airlines are still predominently business orientated if you end up chatting in the bars on those airlines that have social areas. It does seem that Manchester (the place) is booming though so no doubt that is a contributory factor..

pabely 7th Dec 2018 11:39

The number of cranes is always a good indicator of a booming city https://www.intelligenthq.com/social...onomic-growth/

Betablockeruk 7th Dec 2018 12:12


It's alright saying 'we have non-stop flights to Los Angeles' but if they only go for a few weeks in the summer, they're not much better than holiday charter flights
100% agree - last month, managed to get £385 return on NZ and the trains behaved, but would happily pay the extra to avoid the stress.


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