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rog747 2nd Nov 2019 07:58

TFS bus crash lawsuit
 

Originally Posted by SWBKCB (Post 10608834)
It's clearly an airport issue - it's irrelevant which a/c the pax got off (which was how I read ATNotts original point).

Mark Gibson, partner at law firm Digby Brown, confirmed the legal action for all 33 tourists was successfully ended this week.

He said: “This was a very complex case due to the number of people affected as well as the need to liaise with foreign authorities.

“However, I can confirm all 33 cases are now concluded.
“Our clients should have been enjoying their holiday and instead they were left with injuries.

A Jet2 spokesman said: “Although we were not responsible for the accident, which took place between two vehicles driven by airport staff, we do of course acknowledge the distress that it must have caused. We now consider this matter closed.”

I guess the lawyers would have class auctioned the TFS airport authority, the airlines' handling agent (and who drove the buses) and likely Jet2 also as the pax were in their care...
May have been a joint liability settlement.

anyway case closed now

ATNotts 2nd Nov 2019 08:48


Originally Posted by SWBKCB (Post 10608834)
It's clearly an airport issue - it's irrelevant which a/c the pax got off (which was how I read ATNotts original point).

I actually interpreted it as the issue being on the transfer between resort and airport, which is why I considered it totally irrelevant to Jet2 (the airline). That of course was an incorrect assumption.

rog747 2nd Nov 2019 13:58


Originally Posted by ATNotts (Post 10608868)
I actually interpreted it as the issue being on the transfer between resort and airport, which is why I considered it totally irrelevant to Jet2 (the airline). That of course was an incorrect assumption.

Ah, I see - Well yes seems it was a tarmac prang with buses to/from the plane to the Terminal...I never heard about it until now.

Brigantee 3rd Nov 2019 12:51

vWill Jet 2 be the Evelop 330 again next year ? Seems to be a nice aircraft .

chaps1954 3rd Nov 2019 13:11

Thought they were getting the other Air Tanker machine to be based at Manchester

Brigantee 3rd Nov 2019 13:20

Talking to a jet 2. bod he said they may have up to 4 x 330 aircraft next year!

nowhereasfiled 3rd Nov 2019 21:48

Looks like LSAG had a fun night.

been circling off the coast of TFS for about 2 hours now. Not got any higher than 7000ft

ROC10 3rd Nov 2019 22:50


Originally Posted by nowhereasfiled (Post 10610142)
Looks like LSAG had a fun night.

been circling off the coast of TFS for about 2 hours now. Not got any higher than 7000ft

Wow that does not look good...

FR24 seems to suggest this was a revenue flight. Perhaps a (not too serious) problem was detected after take off and this was a fuel-burning exercise before returning to TFS? They mustíve been dizzy after that!

rog747 4th Nov 2019 05:51

Simple answer - No fuel dump on the 757 however IIRC it was certified to land back at Max Take-off Weight and therefore has no need for fuel dump facilities.

A320 family - ditto.

Ivan aromer 4th Nov 2019 16:09

You are quite correct: no dump in the 75. Also the 75, as are most aircraft, certified to land at Max TOW. However it would require an overweight land check. So why no burn down to landing weight? Better still IMO, no knowing the facts, steam North and land in Malaga. Closer to Blighty, easier repat if bad tech problem?

BFS BHD 4th Nov 2019 16:31

Going by Jethro's website the first two A321 will be ex TCX G-TCVC & G-TCVD which are at Lasham.

azz767 4th Nov 2019 17:46


Originally Posted by BFS BHD (Post 10610687)
Going by Jethro's website the first two A321 will be ex TCX G-TCVC & G-TCVD which are at Lasham.

you would then assume VA and VB would follow

Jonty 4th Nov 2019 18:20


Originally Posted by Ivan aromer (Post 10610674)
You are quite correct: no dump in the 75. Also the 75, as are most aircraft, certified to land at Max TOW. However it would require an overweight land check. So why no burn down to landing weight? Better still IMO, no knowing the facts, steam North and land in Malaga. Closer to Blighty, easier repat if bad tech problem?

That would be a decision made in conjunction with operations and maintenance. There may be a reason they wanted it to stay in TFS.

Mooncrest 4th Nov 2019 18:24

It's quite likely the ex-Thomas Cook aircraft will be re-registered before they enter service with Jet2. Possible sequence could be JZA*, if it hasn't already been allocated.

Ironside0 4th Nov 2019 18:55


Originally Posted by ROC10 (Post 10610172)


Wow that does not look good...

FR24 seems to suggest this was a revenue flight. Perhaps a (not too serious) problem was detected after take off and this was a fuel-burning exercise before returning to TFS? They mustíve been dizzy after that!

G-LSAA just landed at Leeds with Pax,G-LSAG still on ground in TFS,everyone put up in hotels overnight.

garry8g 4th Nov 2019 19:50


Originally Posted by Mooncrest (Post 10610756)
It's quite likely the ex-Thomas Cook aircraft will be re-registered before they enter service with Jet2. Possible sequence could be JZA*, if it hasn't already been allocated.

They WILL be re-registered when they move to Jet2, as are most aircraft when they move to other operators.

Mr @ Spotty M 4th Nov 2019 20:31

If the first two listed A321 are correct then it will be a surprise as it will mean A321's with a mix of both V2500 & CFM engines, if they are going to all come from TCX.
Jethro's is an excellent web site, which l have submitted info to over the years, but remember it is only as good as the info he is given, very difficult for him to know 100% if that info is correct.

nowhereasfiled 4th Nov 2019 20:52

None of the ex-ZB Airbuses are going to Jet2.

The first 6 are TCDD, DP, DE, DK, DB, DG all from storage Shannon.

garry8g 4th Nov 2019 21:24


Originally Posted by nowhereasfiled (Post 10610863)
None of the ex-ZB Airbuses are going to Jet2.

The first 6 are TCDD, DP, DE, DK, DB, DG all from storage Shannon.

DE is in Lake City, Florida, so it won't be that one. So it could be the other 5 plus the 2 ex-ZB A321's. (If you say they are not going to Jet2, what's your source?)

Plane.Silly 5th Nov 2019 06:44


Originally Posted by Mooncrest (Post 10610756)
It's quite likely the ex-Thomas Cook aircraft will be re-registered before they enter service with Jet2. Possible sequence could be JZA*, if it hasn't already been allocated.

Agree with the G-JZ part, but the A* range has already been taken up with the G-LSA* range, Can imagine from an ops and maintenance perspective have two different aircraft called Alpha Alpha would be confusing

Plenty of others to choose from though. Jet2 owned reg's currently start with A, B, F, H, L and T
W is also out, as they lease these from Titan
That leaves upto 19 different options


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