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3rd Sep 2019, 20:43
Replies: 164
Views: 59,273
Posted By Flightrider

I have to say I cannot agree with the criticisms...

I have to say I cannot agree with the criticisms above, and I say that as an infrequent user of Norwich.

I quite like the airport. Yes, the ADF is a pain. However, I've never found security to...
26th Aug 2019, 20:17
Replies: 1,463
Views: 1,266,992
Posted By Flightrider

Between enquiries like this and the TUI thread in...

Between enquiries like this and the TUI thread in latter days (with the focus on why one 737 hasnít flown for a few days), this board is showing an increasingly firm grasp on the non-essentials....
26th Aug 2019, 15:57
Replies: 1,636
Views: 898,303
Posted By Flightrider

Commit - your understanding is exactly right. ...

Commit - your understanding is exactly right. As EI- registered aircraft, Ryanair would have rights to continue flying as it does today. The only constraints would be on use of an EI- registered...
22nd Aug 2019, 20:13
Replies: 164
Views: 59,273
Posted By Flightrider

I could ask the same about your posting under the...

I could ask the same about your posting under the media story to which you'd linked!!
20th Aug 2019, 07:23
Replies: 1,397
Views: 709,977
Posted By Flightrider

I think the APD exemption is only half the story....

I think the APD exemption is only half the story. If what I hear is true, there is rather more "support" for this service than just the exemption from APD which is a matter of public record.


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20th Jul 2019, 19:42
Replies: 338
Views: 260,479
Posted By Flightrider

It was a daft suggestion to begin with and...

It was a daft suggestion to begin with and remains a daft suggestion now. If you expect to hire Airbus-rated pilots on zero-hour contracts, then it is highly likely (particularly in the current...
19th Jul 2019, 20:28
Replies: 889
Views: 331,140
Posted By Flightrider

It's not weird - it's just a reflection of how...

It's not weird - it's just a reflection of how prolific these are becoming on so many different threads. Fair enough on the Loganair thread, you'd expect discussion and questions about LM there, but...
19th Jul 2019, 19:28
Replies: 889
Views: 331,140
Posted By Flightrider

I don't know, but this obsession with Loganair...

I don't know, but this obsession with Loganair which now seems to perpetuate every thread you visit on here is becoming rather boring.
18th Jul 2019, 19:27
Replies: 889
Views: 331,140
Posted By Flightrider

I thought the schedule was designed around the...

I thought the schedule was designed around the ATCO availability after last year's problems. Early starts and late finishes will require more staff all round - airport, crew and ATC - so it might...
30th Jun 2019, 13:04
Replies: 889
Views: 331,140
Posted By Flightrider

I don't, I'm afraid. The Manx2 accident was a...

I don't, I'm afraid. The Manx2 accident was a non-AOC holder - a virtual airline - leasing in aircraft over which it then exercised a degree of operational control. To lease in an aircraft from...
28th Jun 2019, 07:56
Replies: 3,577
Views: 1,227,978
Posted By Flightrider

I can't think anyone has check-in closure times...

I can't think anyone has check-in closure times which are deliberately onerous as a revenue-generating measure from people who then miss flights as a result. Airline check-in times tend to be a...
24th Jun 2019, 21:58
Replies: 3,577
Views: 1,227,978
Posted By Flightrider

You could say that of several hundred other...

You could say that of several hundred other airports too. The Britannia 757 came to a halt (minus engines removed by the airport perimeter fencing) way beyond the safety zone afforded at a great...
19th Jun 2019, 21:35
Replies: 3,396
Views: 2,226,774
Posted By Flightrider

Correct about Alitalia. Level on MAN-SZG and...

Correct about Alitalia.

Level on MAN-SZG and Spicejet on MAN-BOM were the only other things of note (and two new easyJet routes, both twice weekly).
18th Jun 2019, 22:43
Replies: 1,397
Views: 709,977
Posted By Flightrider

I thought exactly that! Any growth is likely...

I thought exactly that!

Any growth is likely to be modest - probably just the one new route for this winter. .Follow one of the Bard's more famous works starring two characters from the phonetic...
17th Jun 2019, 22:57
Replies: 776
Views: 695,209
Posted By Flightrider

Maybe a bit on the harsh side, but honestly, more...

Maybe a bit on the harsh side, but honestly, more than half of the recent stuff on this thread should surely be in Spectators' Balcony - why G-YYYY hasn't flown for the last three days, what name...
17th Jun 2019, 21:13
Replies: 776
Views: 695,209
Posted By Flightrider

Have you thought about going for a job in...

Have you thought about going for a job in Loganair Ops? This almost unhealthy obsession with where their aircraft are would seem to be a good qualification....
17th Jun 2019, 13:43
Replies: 1,807
Views: 785,164
Posted By Flightrider

Munich with Lufthansa?

Munich with Lufthansa?
4th Jun 2019, 12:50
Replies: 338
Views: 260,479
Posted By Flightrider

If you take on extra aircraft, can you crew them....

If you take on extra aircraft, can you crew them. And if you can gear up to take both extra aircraft and crew, what do you then do with them over the lean winter season which follows?
8th May 2019, 07:16
Replies: 1,397
Views: 709,977
Posted By Flightrider

The emotion seems to be overtaking any rational...

The emotion seems to be overtaking any rational business sense in your reply. Have you got any remote idea as to the level of investment required to support the service even in its current form? If...
30th Apr 2019, 16:32
Replies: 776
Views: 695,209
Posted By Flightrider

Poster on another forum has pretty much said that...

Poster on another forum has pretty much said that they won't go into the Lufthansa process as it's too restrictive. It sounds like the desire for LH and LM to work together may be absent from both...
29th Apr 2019, 19:37
Replies: 1,201
Views: 465,778
Posted By Flightrider

Airports are largely asset-based businesses -...

Airports are largely asset-based businesses - assets on which there are normally borrowings to fund with interest on those borrowings, and on which depreciation has to be charged. Saying that an...
16th Apr 2019, 07:13
Replies: 1,094
Views: 589,066
Posted By Flightrider

AC (and anyone else affected by Max issues) are...

AC (and anyone else affected by Max issues) are likely to be able to apply for their historic rights to their slots to be protected under the force majeure provision in the slot regulations if they...
11th Apr 2019, 17:49
Replies: 159
Views: 65,309
Posted By Flightrider

The different times on different days of the week...

The different times on different days of the week element has been there ever since the TT went on sale. Some of those may individually have changed but the overall notion has not.
10th Apr 2019, 19:54
Replies: 159
Views: 65,309
Posted By Flightrider

The BHX-IOM schedules have been planned like this...

The BHX-IOM schedules have been planned like this ever since the Flybe Summer 2019 schedule first went on sale. They haven't changed.
5th Apr 2019, 22:17
Replies: 410
Views: 98,311
Posted By Flightrider

The statement is complete rubbish. The ATRs can...

The statement is complete rubbish. The ATRs can operate into Heathrow just as Q400s can. And they canít even get the Heathrow terminal right. I hope no Guernsey passengers turn up at T3 otherwise...
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