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1st Jan 2022, 23:40
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Posted By cumbrianboy

An excellent point and the issue of stand...

An excellent point and the issue of stand capacity is a very real. I experience this first hand on a regular basis Ö
26th Dec 2021, 22:02
Replies: 452
Views: 79,490
Posted By cumbrianboy

youíre right approach lighting is less of an...

youíre right approach lighting is less of an issue with CAT III approaches but it is very much the determining factor for the islenof man and their non standard cat I approach. The approach lighting...
26th Dec 2021, 19:40
Replies: 452
Views: 79,490
Posted By cumbrianboy

The problem with the IOM is not really to do with...

The problem with the IOM is not really to do with the aircraft but more the airport. A standard CAT I approach requires 550m RVR but the IOM is 1000m because, when they extended the runway they...
26th Dec 2021, 00:39
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

No Iíd expect the neo will operate other routes...

No Iíd expect the neo will operate other routes but not florida or the Caribbean
25th Dec 2021, 07:29
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

MCO &JFK doing very well. bgi has been busy over...

MCO &JFK doing very well. bgi has been busy over xmas and new year but with the current state of travel to be expected itís quieter outside the holiday season. Confirmed BGI back for winter 2022/23...
30th Nov 2021, 10:49
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Views: 386,303
Posted By cumbrianboy

That's a curious statement. When all passengers...

That's a curious statement. When all passengers pass through the same security process and require photo ID for travel, how exactly is this a security issue?

Regarding T2 as a domestic or CTA...
26th Aug 2021, 00:44
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Views: 386,303
Posted By cumbrianboy

Sensible decision if you ask me, with the US...

Sensible decision if you ask me, with the US border still closed and likely to remain so until Thanksgiving it's in no one's interest to fly empty aeroplanes around ...
2nd May 2021, 10:14
Replies: 89
Views: 50,738
Posted By cumbrianboy

When Stobart had the base there were easily 20+...

When Stobart had the base there were easily 20+ cabin crew (more I think) to cover 2 based aircraft and a similar number of pilots ... so I think the comment above is pretty fair an accurate, you can...
2nd May 2021, 10:12
Replies: 1,161
Views: 400,747
Posted By cumbrianboy

The EI regional base at BHD will give a decent...

The EI regional base at BHD will give a decent schedule, MAN will be 5 a day for example, and now BA Cityflyer on LCY. You really can't judge the current frequencies against what FlyBe did in 2019 as...
16th Apr 2021, 17:57
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

AL require the right to work in the EU if you...

AL require the right to work in the EU if you want to go to Ireland, you are 100% correct. AL will not require this for working in the UK as that will not work for the UK operation. This is already...
16th Apr 2021, 16:09
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Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

You really are hung up on this fact. If you want...

You really are hung up on this fact. If you want to work in the UK you legally have to have the right to live and work here. Go and have a look at the recent cabin crew adverts that went out - again...
16th Apr 2021, 15:22
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

ShotOne They have not advertised for any...

ShotOne

They have not advertised for any pilots for Aer Lingus UK so I am baffled as to what you are referring to ...

Remember ... what is on the website is for recruitment into Aer Lingus...
16th Apr 2021, 10:14
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

ShotOne When there is future recruitment...

ShotOne

When there is future recruitment directly into Aer Lingus UK then absolutely British pilots would be ellgible. Of course they will not recruit new pilots in order to make existing ones...
16th Apr 2021, 00:21
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Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

As I have said before, Aer Lingus UK is a UK...

As I have said before, Aer Lingus UK is a UK airline operating on a UK AOC issued by the UK CAA. Staff will be employed in the UK and pay UK tax.

Sure, the pilots may transfer from Ireland but...
10th Apr 2021, 16:08
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

Yes they probably do. It seems to me all is going...

Yes they probably do. It seems to me all is going according to plan though
10th Apr 2021, 14:23
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

In fairness the launch of services is the only...

In fairness the launch of services is the only piece of firm data you have and that was always the plan. The second 330 isnít needed for the schedule the neo to Boston was delayed due to the ongoing...
10th Apr 2021, 10:31
Replies: 180
Views: 91,614
Posted By cumbrianboy

TURIN Why? This was the plan - 1 to do JFK...

TURIN

Why? This was the plan - 1 to do JFK and 1 for MCO/BGI. Further aircraft will be added next year when they start BOS ...
29th Mar 2021, 17:52
Replies: 1,151
Views: 386,303
Posted By cumbrianboy

SWBKCB Of course the flaw in that argument...

SWBKCB

Of course the flaw in that argument is that Aer Lingus have not received any substantial subsidies from the Irish Government ... it's the cause of much unease over there ... all the...
3rd Dec 2020, 12:09
Replies: 1,151
Views: 386,303
Posted By cumbrianboy

Are there any plans anywhere (Iím just...

Are there any plans anywhere (Iím just interested) as what exactly T2X is?
3rd Dec 2020, 11:10
Replies: 1,151
Views: 386,303
Posted By cumbrianboy

I think itís a shame they donít consolidate the...

I think itís a shame they donít consolidate the IAG operation in terminal 2, IF they can solve the arrival process for CTA flights. I assume, boldly, that T2 has a proper arrival route for CTA which...
14th Aug 2020, 09:36
Replies: 601
Views: 425,234
Posted By cumbrianboy

Unless youíre a management accountant for both...

Unless youíre a management accountant for both Ryanair and wizzair you have no idea how much cash either of them are burning! Maybe you donít like wizz - Iíve never actually flown with them so donít...
13th Aug 2020, 22:26
Replies: 601
Views: 425,234
Posted By cumbrianboy

If you look at 2019 results, which was the last...

If you look at 2019 results, which was the last set of 'normal' results to give an idea of the airline, they carried 34m + passengers, load factor of 92.8% and a profit of Ä295m, from 114 aircraft....
19th Jul 2020, 20:10
Replies: 1,175
Views: 519,479
Posted By cumbrianboy

EI provide interline for a number of non IAG...

EI provide interline for a number of non IAG airlines and always have done. A lot of Dublin flights still carry the EY code and certainly a lot feed into VS etc ...
19th Jul 2020, 13:58
Replies: 1,175
Views: 519,479
Posted By cumbrianboy

I am well aware of what stobart operate out of...

I am well aware of what stobart operate out of dublin and also what Aer lingus operate out of dublin.

my point is, Aer lingus do NOT want stobart off their patch. They are discussing an extension...
18th Jul 2020, 19:21
Replies: 1,175
Views: 519,479
Posted By cumbrianboy

Iím fairly confident Aer lingus have no interest...

Iím fairly confident Aer lingus have no interest in flying the likes of dublin Newquay themselves, or any of the other stobart routes - thatís just not the case.

Aer lingus Grant stobart the...
8th Jul 2020, 09:49
Replies: 646
Views: 320,832
Posted By cumbrianboy

Of course it is entirely logical that Aer lingus...

Of course it is entirely logical that Aer lingus would be reluctant to have the brand used in Southend. Whatís in it for Aer lingus. However .... Aer lingus have an established operation at Belfast...
1st Mar 2020, 17:43
Replies: 355
Views: 319,482
Posted By cumbrianboy

The figures on pilot jobs network are not a...

The figures on pilot jobs network are not a million miles away ... they are a few years old and there have been some annual increases but will give you a fair idea.
19th Oct 2019, 11:12
Replies: 4,519
Views: 2,847,274
Posted By cumbrianboy

The majority of cancellations on the Isle of Man...

The majority of cancellations on the Isle of Man are not down to a wet runway. If the wind howls on the Isle of Man then itís usually way out of limits. Of course there is the odd time itís an issue...
Forum: Tech Log
27th Aug 2019, 16:49
Replies: 2
Views: 4,459
Posted By cumbrianboy

Take an imaginary gradient from the end of the...

Take an imaginary gradient from the end of the runway rising at 6% along the path of the SID. If the departure requires a minimum % gradient (for example 6%) it means the aircraft should always be...
24th Apr 2019, 06:28
Replies: 23
Views: 3,434
Posted By cumbrianboy

Aer Lingus use even numbers for east bound...

Aer Lingus use even numbers for east bound flights and odd for west bound.

The difference between the flight number and the ATC Callsign is to stop confusion. For example, BA may have flight...
18th Feb 2019, 10:22
Replies: 355
Views: 319,482
Posted By cumbrianboy

Your assessment may not be in the airbus sim....

Your assessment may not be in the airbus sim. Itís possible to be in a generic jet sim. Will depends on sim availability.

Either way, Iíd always advocate having a practice run before any sim...
17th Feb 2019, 14:26
Replies: 696
Views: 284,582
Posted By cumbrianboy

Stobart on an EJET would be a good compromise....

Stobart on an EJET would be a good compromise. Decent capacity and lean cost base would give competitive fares
2nd Dec 2018, 18:16
Replies: 338
Views: 184,176
Posted By cumbrianboy

£175 isn't excessively high. You are comparing...

£175 isn't excessively high. You are comparing flying from London City, which is premium business airport, in the heart of the city and on the transport for London network, to southend, which isn't....
1st Nov 2018, 11:33
Replies: 646
Views: 320,832
Posted By cumbrianboy

it gives BACF flexibility, and its not...

it gives BACF flexibility, and its not unprecedented. BACF have used ACMI capacity for years on their network, with Saab 2000's and E170s from other airlines covering work. It makes sense as they can...
12th Sep 2018, 13:19
Replies: 338
Views: 184,176
Posted By cumbrianboy

https://www.independent.ie/life/travel/travel-news...

https://www.independent.ie/life/travel/travel-news/aer-lingus-announces-two-new-transatlantic-flights-from-dublin-37308203.html
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