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SealinkBF 4th Dec 2019 21:29

A travel agent in Dorset told me Jet2 are planning a programme from Exeter. Could be gossip, and I think too late for Summer 2020.

PDXCWL45 4th Dec 2019 21:54


Originally Posted by SealinkBF (Post 10632647)
A travel agent in Dorset told me Jet2 are planning a programme from Exeter. Could be gossip, and I think too late for Summer 2020.

Probably summer 2021. It'll be interesting to see if because of Bristols cap they end up operating from EXT, BRS and CWL in the South West of Britain like TUI does.

rog747 5th Dec 2019 06:41

No word from the Dorset locals down 'ere....

Both EXT and BOH might have been logical advances for Jet2 but TUI have gone for some expansion at both these airports with almost 2 a/c now based for next Summer...

Jet2 is the darling of the North (and STN seems to like them too)

Flitefone 5th Dec 2019 08:19

There are very few options for further Jet2 expansion south of BHX, either lack of peak season slots, lack of aircraft parking, insufficient runway length, passenger caps, movement caps and night restrictions all limit the available summer programme new airport choices to EXT, CWL, BOH.

If current or pending planning applications are approved at LTN, STN, BRS, LGW and SOU, things might change, but none of these, if approved (far from certain), are likely to offer suitable new capacity in short order.

Meanwhile the established IT market is being increasingly pushed to long haul at LGW, the exception being the new EZY activity, which has yet to prove its worth.

There have been rumours of a BOH Jet2 base of 4-6 aircraft for some time.

Lastly Jet2 have recently purchased the TC slots at STN, BHX, and MAN. But interestingly not BRS, where EZY was successful. In my view that makes CWL, BOH, EXT more likely, my betting has always been BOH will be next and will be in 2021


FF

BFS BHD 11th Dec 2019 20:35

Another two B737-800s acquired by Jet2 going by Jethro's

G-DRTL - ex Jet Airways VT-JFJ (Age 6.6 Years)

G-DRTP - ex Jet Airways VT-JFM (Age 6.3 Years)

Both seem to be at Shannon Airport

Flying Hi 11th Dec 2019 20:49


Originally Posted by BFS BHD (Post 10637498)
Another two B737-800s acquired by Jet2 going by Jethro's

G-DRTL - ex Jet Airways VT-JFJ (Age 6.6 Years)

G-DRTP - ex Jet Airways VT-JFM (Age 6.3 Years)

Both seem to be at Shannon Airport

Hopefully in better nick that G-DRTI which I think turned out be a bit of a Shed, or knowing that already got them at a very good price. Being Yorkshire based I should think the latter goes without saying. Smile.

ROC10 11th Dec 2019 20:57


Originally Posted by BFS BHD (Post 10637498)
Another two B737-800s acquired by Jet2 going by Jethro's

G-DRTL - ex Jet Airways VT-JFJ (Age 6.6 Years)

G-DRTP - ex Jet Airways VT-JFM (Age 6.3 Years)

Both seem to be at Shannon Airport

That's good news - both are relatively young (by Jet2 standards anyway) and a quick Google search confirms they have the Sky Interior.

castleford tiger 12th Dec 2019 09:28

Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has taken on more than 120 former Thomas Cook staff.

The appointments include more than 50 pilots, 20 engineers, and almost 40 cabin crew members, who have accepted offers of training and after successful completion will join the company in time for summer 2020.

Thomas Cook Group, including the UK tour operator and airline, collapsed into liquidation in September.

Following the collapse, Jet2 has held a series of roadshows designed specifically for ex-Thomas Cook colleagues in Manchester, Peterborough, Birmingham Airport and London Stansted Airport, as well as overseas.

The company said it could employ a further 50 pilots by the end of February 2020, taking the total number of ex-Thomas Cook recruited pilots to more than 100.

Alongside more than 20 engineers from Thomas Cook who have accepted offers to join the company, there are plans to fill a further 50 engineering posts.

Almost 40 cabin crew from Thomas Cook have also been offered training at Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, with the largest influx being at Manchester Airport where 20 cabin crew have received offers. There are also further candidates being offered places on the training scheme

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: "With an ever-growing programme, with new destinations and more aircraft being added to our fleet, it is a very exciting time for Jet2.com and Jet2holidays. We expect to recruit even more ex-Thomas Cook employees and look forward to welcoming them in the near future, as our company continues to grow."

azz767 14th Dec 2019 15:40

Jethros now reporting that the 7x A321ís will be a split of ex DE and TCX machines! D-ATCA D and E plus G-TCDP (also ex DE) plus three others. You would assume then that one would be G-TCDR with two more left to be identified.

They will be registered G-HLY*

LS737 14th Dec 2019 20:29


Originally Posted by azz767 (Post 10639809)
Jethros now reporting that the 7x A321ís will be a split of ex DE and TCX machines! D-ATCA D and E plus G-TCDP (also ex DE) plus three others. You would assume then that one would be G-TCDR with two more left to be identified.

They will be registered G-HLY*

Negative on G-TCDR. Yes, they'll be 2 x Condor machines only to start with.

garry8g 14th Dec 2019 20:55


Originally Posted by azz767 (Post 10639809)
Jethros now reporting that the 7x A321ís will be a split of ex DE and TCX machines! D-ATCA D and E plus G-TCDP (also ex DE) plus three others. You would assume then that one would be G-TCDR with two more left to be identified.

They will be registered G-HLY*

G-TCDR is going to Turkish Airlines.

respite 15th Dec 2019 10:44

The 4 initial aircraft, according to the company manuals, are:

G-TCDD, E, G, H

Can we put an end to the speculation now.

Aircraft Allocation TableThis table gives, for each delivered aircraft, the cross reference between:
  • The Manufacturing Serial Number (MSN)
  • The Fleet Serial Number (FSN) of the aircraft as known by AIRBUS S.A.S.
  • The registration number of the aircraft as known by AIRBUS S.A.S.
  • The aircraft model
M(1)
MSN
FSN
Registration Number
Model

6038
- -
G-TCDD
321-211

6056
- -
G-TCDE
321-211

6122
- -
G-TCDG
321-211

6515
- -
G-TCDH
321-211
  1. Evolution code : N=New, R=Revised

garry8g 15th Dec 2019 14:16

Jet2 - A321's

Jethro's site updated to show the following A321's joining Jet2:-

G-TCDD - Ex Thomas Cook
G-TCDE - Ex Thomas Cook
G-TCDG - Ex Thomas Cook
G-TCDH - Ex Thomas Cook
G-TCDP - Ex Thomas Cook
D-ATCD - Ex Condor
D-ATCE - Ex Condor

All between 4 to 6 years old.

BFS BHD 15th Dec 2019 16:51

G-TCDH A321 is with Air Transat at the minute as C-GTZX. Is this just for the winter and then the aircraft will go onto Jet2?

jethro15 15th Dec 2019 18:37


Originally Posted by BFS BHD (Post 10640561)
G-TCDH A321 is with Air Transat at the minute as C-GTZX. Is this just for the winter and then the aircraft will go onto Jet2?

Correct. Due May 2020

BFS BHD 15th Dec 2019 19:25

Cheers jethro15!

jethro15 19th Dec 2019 10:48


Originally Posted by Skipness One Foxtrot (Post 10630602)
G-DRTY? *really*

Regd as such 18th Dec

Flying Hi 19th Dec 2019 11:34


Originally Posted by jethro15 (Post 10643406)
Regd as such 18th Dec

The one that always makes me smile is G-LSAN. Bit of a 'toilet' that one?
I wonder if any Crew have pet-names for any in the fleet?

Mooncrest 19th Dec 2019 14:26

JZBL - Jezebel
JZBM - Jizzbomb
LSAA - Elsa
LSAG was Lasagne, now just leftovers

Alteagod 19th Dec 2019 14:36

Airtours used to have one nicknamed g crap not sure what actual reg was


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