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Scottie Dog 30th Oct 2019 20:30

Time for this week's update courtesy of the MANTP Team-to whom full credit (and copyright) is given.

MANTP Update #114 dated 25th October 2019
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Scottie Dog 30th Oct 2019 20:30

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flyerguy 30th Oct 2019 21:25


Originally Posted by MANworker (Post 10604481)
Virgin operating the A346 on the ATL on 14/21/22 December

According to Airline Routes on Routes Online it will only operate on 14/21

116d 31st Oct 2019 12:33


Originally Posted by flyerguy (Post 10606971)
According to Airline Routes on Routes Online it will only operate on 14/21

Makes sense as there's no ATL flight on the 22nd.

irishlad06 1st Nov 2019 01:04

Jet2 have extended Innsbruck to be year round. It will now also operate during the summer as well as winter.

Scottie Dog 4th Nov 2019 15:24

MANTP Update #115 dated 1st November courtesy of the MANTP Team - to whom full credit is given.

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Scottie Dog 4th Nov 2019 15:25

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Espada III 4th Nov 2019 16:01

Rather disappointed last night when using the new multi-storey car park by T1 arrivals. Every single downspout was leaking; either around side of the pipe (so it was not sealed properly on the top) or from the joints. Very poor workmanship. I was worrried the structure was built to a same standard such that my car might fall through the floor....

easyflyer83 4th Nov 2019 17:49

Isnít that just a temporary solution that is actually used as a more permanent solution at countless UK railway stations, particularly in the south east?

Matty Rich 83 4th Nov 2019 19:57


Originally Posted by Espada III (Post 10610668)
Rather disappointed last night when using the new multi-storey car park by T1 arrivals. Every single downspout was leaking; either around side of the pipe (so it was not sealed properly on the top) or from the joints. Very poor workmanship. I was worrried the structure was built to a same standard such that my car might fall through the floor....

Get in touch with MAN via social media...may not make a difference, but unless people report problems, they definitely wonít be fixed.
Not that I expect this to be fixed quickly or at all, but I always believe in reporting such issues...

Mr A Tis 5th Nov 2019 08:59

Yea itís a temporary issue, like the sky link showers.

Scottie Dog 8th Nov 2019 13:58

October stats have now been made available by the airport. Allowing for the loss of Thomas Cook I believe that a reduction of less than 2% over the same month last year is a pretty good return.

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boredintheairport 8th Nov 2019 15:24


Originally Posted by Scottie Dog (Post 10613991)
October stats have now been made available by the airport. Allowing for the loss of Thomas Cook I believe that a reduction of less than 2% over the same month last year is a pretty good return.

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Interesting. The largest percentage drops were actually in domestic movements and passengers - related to Flybe per chance?

Does that 6% swing in charter traffic mean those who were booked on Thomas Cook but were repatriated on the CAA aircraft were counted as charter passengers? In which case the real drop would be far higher, as at the moment the passengers are just re-categorised?


Scottie Dog 8th Nov 2019 16:32

Does the fact that any Thomas Cook passengers would have been flying back by one type of flight or another not invalidate your reasoning - whether it be charter or scheduled service? With the failure having been in September I would think that the vast majority of passengers who had already commenced their travel would, by the end of October, be home - assuming that those travelling for a month or more will have had to maketheir arrangements to return. At the end of the day it is, to me at least, the over all number of passengers that count.

November will be the first month when we will see whether those passengers who had been booked with Thomas Cook have managed to rebook their arrangements.

With regards to the domestic figures then yes, I believe that Flybe decision to cut flights, albeit towards the end of October, will have had a serious effect on the performance. Maybe we should revisit those numbers when the CAA get around to producing the October statistics (they have still not published September's data).

boredintheairport 8th Nov 2019 18:08


Originally Posted by Scottie Dog (Post 10614079)
Does the fact that any Thomas Cook passengers would have been flying back by one type of flight or another not invalidate your reasoning - whether it be charter or scheduled service? With the failure having been in September I would think that the vast majority of passengers who had already commenced their travel would, by the end of October, be home - assuming that those travelling for a month or more will have had to maketheir arrangements to return. At the end of the day it is, to me at least, the over all number of passengers that count.

November will be the first month when we will see whether those passengers who had been booked with Thomas Cook have managed to rebook their arrangements.

With regards to the domestic figures then yes, I believe that Flybe decision to cut flights, albeit towards the end of October, will have had a serious effect on the performance. Maybe we should revisit those numbers when the CAA get around to producing the October statistics (they have still not published September's data).

I don't believe it invalidates anything.

The point was only a 2% reduction which was classified as good. My contention was that actually the full fall can't be ascertained until next month as there has only been a reshuffling between two categories. As you say, next month will only be the real tell.

I'm really not attacking anything or anyone - I'm saying that it's too soon to say the impact of Thomas Cook.

chaps1954 9th Nov 2019 07:09

As all the pax were home by 6th October the last few day were only drib and drabs the figures held up pretty well also ACL have the winter figures down less than 1% for whole season

Plane mad 134 12th Nov 2019 15:14

Flybe wil add 1x daily MAN-STR from 29th March 2020.

All names taken 13th Nov 2019 17:31

Howdydoody Dallas
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Surely only AA would ever consider this - doubtful I would guess but interesting nonetheless

TURIN 13th Nov 2019 21:08


Originally Posted by All names taken (Post 10617899)
Howdydoody Dallas
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Surely only AA would ever consider this - doubtful I would guess but interesting nonetheless


I did hear a rumour of this a few months ago.

Scottie Dog 14th Nov 2019 16:04

MANTP Update #116 dated 8th November courtesy of the MANTP Team to whom full credit is acknowledged.

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