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flybeboy 26th Mar 2018 16:22

exeter
 
Tui have anounced new flights from exeter in summer 2019... Zante.. Herakloin crete and antalaya turkey.

ETOPS 26th Mar 2018 16:43

And we are having a collection to buy you some capital letters to use next time :rolleyes:

airsouthwest 26th Mar 2018 17:03


Originally Posted by ETOPS (Post 10097801)
And we are having a collection to buy you some capital letters to use next time :rolleyes:

Flybe cost cutting being put into effect :ok: Next thing you know everything will be painted purple oh wait :ugh:

flybeboy 26th Mar 2018 17:06

Wait till you here the news. Partnership
 
Will be news latter this week on a partnership.keep watching

airsouthwest 26th Mar 2018 17:09


Originally Posted by flybeboy (Post 10097828)
Will be news latter this week on a partnership.keep watching


As in the Stobart deal which suddenly went down the drain, along with Flybe's profits, or Eastern's attempt to ditch its passenger services under Flybe's branding?

PDXCWL45 5th Apr 2018 20:50

TUI Summer 2019
Larnaca 1 weekly Sunday
Paphos 1 weekly Saturday
Corfu 1 weekly Friday
Heraklion 1 weekly Tuesday
Rhodes 1 weekly Wednesday
Zante 1 weekly Monday
Faro 1 weekly Friday
Gran Canaria 1 weekly Monday non based flight Norwegian maybe? Says TBA
Ibiza 1 weekly Wednesday
Lanzarote 2 weekly Sunday and Thursday
Menorca 2 weekly Monday and Friday
Palma de Mallorca 4 weekly Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The Wednesday flight is non based Eurowings? Albastar? Currently TBA
Tenerife 1 weekly Tuesday non based flight operated by Norwegian Airlines.
Antalya 1 weekly Thursday non based carrier, Freebird? Currently TBA
Dalaman 2 weekly Monday and Thursday both days are a non based carrier, Freebird? Currently TBA
20 weekly departures. 14 with based aircraft and 6 with non based so looks like Exeter will see some new carriers in 2019.

canberra97 5th Apr 2018 23:06

That's an extremely impressive operation by TUI at Exeter with some good destinations on offer with good frequencies as well.

MARKEYD 15th Aug 2018 08:39

Flybe are basing another DCH 8 400 at Exeter this winter to operate extra services to CDG which becomes 2 x day and AMS which becomes 11 a week and and extra service to MAN again taking the service to 4 daily
Along with the based EMB 195 which continues to operate to ALC , FAO , AGP , CMF and NWI this winter and again will operate a full sun schedule for the whole of next summer with some flights again to Norwich

This takes Exeter to 4 base DCH 8 400 , 1 EMB 195 and a TUI 738 not bad for a regional airport

Nakata77 15th Aug 2018 08:43

Whilst I am very happy for EXT, I am perplexed that BOH continues to do without direct service to similar destinations.

Exeter population 110,000
Bournemouth population (with Poole and Christchurch attached) 450,000

SWBKCB 15th Aug 2018 09:08


Originally Posted by Nakata77 (Post 10224196)
Whilst I am very happy for EXT, I am perplexed that BOH continues to do without direct service to similar destinations.

Exeter population 110,000
Bournemouth population (with Poole and Christchurch attached) 450,000

Because flybe have a base at SOU - 30 miles away?

cuthere 15th Aug 2018 09:17


Exeter population 110,000
Bournemouth population (with Poole and Christchurch attached) 450,000
Add Torbay: 130,000, Plymouth: 263,000 etc etc.

Nakata77 15th Aug 2018 09:33


Originally Posted by cuthere (Post 10224231)


Add Torbay: 130,000, Plymouth: 263,000 etc etc.


Good point - would the likes of Jet2 ever be interested in Exeter?

EGTE 15th Aug 2018 21:42

The total population of Devon was estimated in 2017 to be over 1.1 million. Plenty of potential passengers amongst that lot.

virginblue 15th Aug 2018 22:27

Why on earth is EXT-NWI operated with an E95? I struggle to see potential for a Q400, let alone for an E95 as I would categorize this as a rather thin regional route. What am I missing here?

cornishsimon 15th Aug 2018 22:37

I think they use theE95 to NWI to position the aircraft up to NWI to operate sun routes but it then returns to Exeter on a revenue flight.

Well that was the original plan, not sure it’s still the case


cs

PDXCWL45 15th Aug 2018 23:41


Originally Posted by cornishsimon (Post 10224887)
I think they use theE95 to NWI to position the aircraft up to NWI to operate sun routes but it then returns to Exeter on a revenue flight.

Well that was the original plan, not sure itís still the case


cs

Both sectors of the NWI flight are on sale. I believe the flights generally operate as an example EXT-ALC-NWI-EXT then EXT-NWI-ALC-EXT. In 2017 27,309 passengers used the route Exeter to Norwich route.

shamrock7seal 16th Aug 2018 01:18

I would love to know more about who these people are flying between EXT and NWI but a quick check on google maps shows a horrendous 5.5hr road journey and a hellish train service if one wants to get from West to East or vice versa...

cornishsimon 16th Aug 2018 07:49

Sorry that’s what I meant. It’s s revenue generating positioning flight


cs

fotheringay 22nd Aug 2018 20:45

I believe the route, just lately, has been operating nearly full. Anything which prevents driving, or getting stuck, on the M25 or travelling on the tube between mainline stations in London has to be a good thing. The air fare, if booked in advance, is cheaper than the train and only takes 40 mins, take off to touchdown. Recommend it as a way of getting to the West Country.

Jersey32D 11th Sep 2018 09:10

New Routes
 
Ryanair have just announced the following routes commencing S19, EXTMLA, EXTNAP & EXTAGP.


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