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Satoshi Nakamoto 2nd Nov 2020 22:33

They are big girls and boys, I am sure they can find ways back home.

stonejo 4th Nov 2020 08:01

Flights from Scotland will continue from the 4th November onwards. Apparently Jet2 have it confirmed the restrictions don't apply to Scottish residents and flights. All could change if NS puts the whole of Scotland in a lockdown.

Flying Hi 4th Nov 2020 08:28

And from Wales post - Firebreak. But wait, Jet2 don't have a Base at CWL. Yet.

BHX5DME 4th Nov 2020 08:58


Originally Posted by Flying Hi (Post 10918456)
And from Wales post - Firebreak. But wait, Jet2 don't have a Base at CWL. Yet.

Jet2 more likely to set up a Bristol base in my opinion.

Flying Hi 4th Nov 2020 09:12


Originally Posted by BHX5DME (Post 10918481)
Jet2 more likely to set up a Bristol base in my opinion.

I was just jesting really.
I'm not sure, in NORMAL times, that BRS would have the ability to take extra flights, the locals would whinge magnificently, the A38 couldn't cope
Whereas CWL, and Wales would welcome them with open arms.
For now Jet2 have enough to think about for 2021. Having had TWO Jet2 holidays cancelled this year (Bodrum then Fuerteventura) I have ZERO intentions of considering our Fly To holidays for 2021 until we can see ithat there is some kind of handle on this virus, particularly the 20 - 40 age groups lack of social responsibility and government realisation that the Rugrats migyt not be ill with it but ARE the Carriers who are killing Granny.
​​​​​ My opinion only.

ATNotts 4th Nov 2020 10:08


Originally Posted by Flying Hi (Post 10918488)
I was just jesting really.
I'm not sure, in NORMAL times, that BRS would have the ability to take extra flights, the locals would whinge magnificently, the A38 couldn't cope
Whereas CWL, and Wales would welcome them with open arms.
For now Jet2 have enough to think about for 2021. Having had TWO Jet2 holidays cancelled this year (Bodrum then Fuerteventura) I have ZERO intentions of considering our Fly To holidays for 2021 until we can see ithat there is some kind of handle on this virus, particularly the 20 - 40 age groups lack of social responsibility and government realisation that the Rugrats migyt not be ill with it but ARE the Carriers who are killing Granny.
​​​​​ My opinion only.

+1 from me.

FRatSTN 10th Nov 2020 21:44

10th UK Base
 
Bristol will become the 10th UK base for Jet2 with four aircraft and the first departures in April 2021

Almeria, Antalya, Dalaman, Corfu, Faro, Fuerteventura, Girona, Gran Canaria, Heraklion, Ibiza, Izmir, Kalamata, Kefalonia, Kos, Lanzarote, Madeira, Menorca, Mytilene (Lesvos), Naples, Palma de Mallorca, Preveza, Reus, Rhodes, Santorini, Skiathos, Tenerife-South, Thesaloniki, Verona and Zante

Geneva, Grenoble and Salzburg also from December 2021.

BHX5DME 10th Nov 2020 21:52


Originally Posted by FRatSTN (Post 10923698)
Bristol will become the 10th UK base for Jet2 with four aircraft and the first departures in April 2021

Almeria, Antalya, Dalaman, Corfu, Faro, Fuerteventura, Girona, Gran Canaria, Heraklion, Ibiza, Izmir, Kalamata, Kefalonia, Kos, Lanzarote, Madeira, Menorca, Mytilene (Lesvos), Naples, Palma de Mallorca, Preveza, Reus, Rhodes, Santorini, Skiathos, Tenerife-South, Thesaloniki, Verona and Zante

Geneva, Grenoble and Salzburg also from December 2021.

Looks like 56 departures a week in August 2020, so 4 based aircraft

louelle100 10th Nov 2020 22:01

If you don't mind me asking, how do we know these bristol routes are confirmed? or do we not? I get that the flights are bookable on the website but weirdly not on the holidays component of the website in my research at this time.

EI-BUD 10th Nov 2020 23:53

In the booking engine now...

FRatSTN 11th Nov 2020 07:02

I suppose BRS and Jet2 has been made possible now as no doubt EasyJet are probably reducing it's outlook into 2021. With a shrinking fleet, I would imagine the slot constrained airports like LGW, CDG and AMS will be protected at all costs.

With optimistic projections from Wizz, Ryanair and now Jet2 it would seem on next summer, it begs the question really have EasyJet potentially put themselves in an incredibly difficult position even to recover long term growth while competitors pile on capacity, albeit driven by discounting. And doesn't bode well in my mind for EasyJet holidays to have a meaningful impact on Jet2.

I do wonder now if LGW could be on the cards for a Jet2 base as opportunities will surely become available there.

Rt Hon Jim Hacker MP 11th Nov 2020 08:18

Jet2 have announced the new base at BRS for summer 2021. Fantastic news in these very difficult times.

JliderPilot 11th Nov 2020 09:28

Jet2 new base
 
https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/u...aunch-19258906

Flying Hi 11th Nov 2020 09:52

Great news for BRS.
Maybe airport capacity available due to Easy hwving binned it as a Base.
One mans meat etc etc. Easy may regret that decision in the fullness of time but meanwhile Good Luck, Jet2.

PinOnTheRight 11th Nov 2020 10:23

When did easyJet bin BRS as a base?

Stone Cold II 11th Nov 2020 10:35

Think you should double check what you’re saying. One of EZY most profitable bases.

Flying Hi 11th Nov 2020 10:42

OK, so why does the BRS - NCL or is it now really NCL - BRS route use NCL based arcreft, not BRS - or am I misinformed?

JliderPilot 11th Nov 2020 10:45

Didnít Ryanair pull out of BRS. Donít think Ezy reduced the number of aircraft based there.

PinOnTheRight 11th Nov 2020 10:55


Originally Posted by Flying Hi (Post 10924068)
OK, so why does the BRS - NCL or is it now really NCL - BRS route use NCL based arcreft, not BRS - or am I misinformed?

Suspect you are misinformed, easyJet donít have any aircraft based in NCL.

dirk85 11th Nov 2020 11:35

Easyjet has closed NCL, STN and SEN bases just a few weeks ago.


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