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840 11th Sep 2017 10:05

Shannon-2
 
I posted that in the Dublin thread rather than the Shannon one by accident and deleted it from there. A 767 into Dublin is no problem and with other operators on the route the choice of operator isn't as vital. Is that going to be the only twin aisle operating into Shannon or are Delta still using a 767?

AerRyan 11th Sep 2017 11:12

Delta currently use a 767, and over the previous 2 years a 767 was used on BOS.


Old thread: http://www.pprune.org/airlines-airpo...3-shannon.html

AerRyan 11th Sep 2017 19:53

Sadly, latest info is that the announcement is delayed for a day or two. Should hear by the middle of the week.

vkid 13th Sep 2017 09:29

Ryanair have just announced a new route from Shannon Airport to Barcelona Reus from March 2018.

AerRyan 13th Sep 2017 11:34

4x weekly SNN-YYZ, 737MAX

vkid 13th Sep 2017 12:11

Fairly high frequency, seasonal as it is.

Shannon Airport has today welcomed the announcement by Air Canada of a new direct service from Shannon to Toronto operating from June to October 2018. The service will operate four days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

840 13th Sep 2017 13:54

So if it's the 737 Max, it's Air Canada themselves rather than Rouge?

A320.b744 13th Sep 2017 13:59

Yes it's Air Canada mainline with a full Business/Economy cabin.

A320.b744 20th Sep 2017 13:26

Air Canada have released their seat map for the B737-8 MAX. They'll be in 16/153 configuration with 30" pitch in economy and 38" pitch in business. For comparison, United's B752s are in the same configuration, albeit with full flat beds in business. The good news is that there will be personal TVs and wifi on board.

It's pretty much a LCC seat with legacy carrier service. Not the worst outcome really.

Air Canada 737 MAX 8 Seatmaps Revealed - One Mile at a Time

bannercounty 25th Sep 2017 16:51

Only about 40 Pax on the A319 from FRA on Saturday with 2 in business. All Germans, 1 American and 1 Irish on board.

AerRyan 25th Sep 2017 16:53

Very late in the year. Still poorly performing.

A320.b744 25th Sep 2017 17:05

Why are Lufthansa using the A319? The E190 or CRJ900 would be a much better fit for the route. It's as if they want the route to fail.

DUBSHNORK20 25th Sep 2017 18:32

German elections this weekend. A factor in the poor load. This upcoming weekends Inbound and outbound loads looking well. In other news, Delta will be a 757 for the whole Summer 18 season. A loss of 20,000 seats or 43%

AerRyan 25th Sep 2017 21:00

Delta reduction to 757 next year, leaving the airport without a widebody passenger service again.

AerRyan 4th Oct 2017 18:33

United cutting Chicago next year, another major slap in the face for the airport.

Seen it coming, just not so soon.

Airport will struggle with any growth next year and I'd wager it'll lose numbers.

Una Due Tfc 4th Oct 2017 20:15

Doesn't bode well for chances EI basing any more than 2 A321LRs when they get them.

AerRyan 6th Oct 2017 23:08

Shannon in 4th place out of 10 for a new route to Cologne.

http://www.vote-and-fly.com

Dreamliner_01 8th Oct 2017 20:58

Hearing from contact that the SAS route isnít returning next summer can anyone confirm ?

AerRyan 8th Oct 2017 21:02

Can confirm this.

Lufthansa is staying, but just hanging on.

Dreamliner_01 9th Oct 2017 11:12

gosh thats a big blow SAS gone, Chicago gone, NY gone for winter with UA, Delta capacity reduction for summer 2018 - just shows how hard it is to make routes work out of the regions

Great that they got Air canada in and the extra Reus service with Ryanair otherwise be a major drop in numbers next year


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