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5th Jul 2022, 17:58
Replies: 335
Views: 151,674
Posted By FRatSTN

EasyJet's current struggles are fundamentally...

EasyJet's current struggles are fundamentally down to it's business strategy. Prior covid, they aligned themselves a competitor to the legacy carriers, taking advantage of number one or two network...
24th Jun 2022, 14:44
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

Indeed, but still has to be done. It's a regular...

Indeed, but still has to be done. It's a regular programme of essential works thats happens a couple of times a year. You wouldn't seriously expect them to go "ah well sod it this time" we're...
24th Jun 2022, 05:01
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

The 4.5hr closures in November are only 2 nights...

The 4.5hr closures in November are only 2 nights a week and are routine runway maintenance, nothing to do with the runway rehabilitation. I'm sure they know by now what they're doing with this.
3rd Jun 2022, 19:02
Replies: 232
Views: 71,414
Posted By FRatSTN

I tend to agree in that the regional catchment is...

I tend to agree in that the regional catchment is and always was more than enough covered by EMA, LBA and HUY - the latter particularly would probably be in a better position from a passenger point...
1st Jun 2022, 15:29
Replies: 335
Views: 151,674
Posted By FRatSTN

That may not be the case. Given the size of the...

That may not be the case. Given the size of the Gatwick operation it's probably easier to strip out and consolidate loads.
1st Jun 2022, 10:55
Replies: 412
Views: 188,765
Posted By FRatSTN

And more so because Ryanair maintained more of...

And more so because Ryanair maintained more of it's flying schedule throughout Covid and kept more of their aircraft and crew active on training/circuit flights. In the height of the pandemic there...
27th Apr 2022, 12:03
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

Corendon Airlines

New service to AYT starts 25th June, 4x weekly ops Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat.
7th Apr 2022, 05:41
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

The worry I think is that because the new...

The worry I think is that because the new Stansted Express trains have more capacity, twelve carriages increased from eight, that the frequency may not recover. Problem with that is airport commuters...
5th Apr 2022, 21:04
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

Maybe the coaches wouldn't be as busy if the...

Maybe the coaches wouldn't be as busy if the Stansted Express was running with a half decent timetable.
26th Mar 2022, 10:03
Replies: 1,602
Views: 344,083
Posted By FRatSTN

Wizz UK took a lot of the ex Monarch slots, and...

Wizz UK took a lot of the ex Monarch slots, and some incremental capacity has been added since then. I'm sure Jet2 would've been exploring the potential Monarch opportunity, even in the few years...
26th Mar 2022, 08:23
Replies: 1,602
Views: 344,083
Posted By FRatSTN

Without evidence of those sources, your argument...

Without evidence of those sources, your argument is still only hearsay.

The fact is, LTN would never have been able to take the capacity LS has put into BHX or STN. I'm sure, as with any airline...
23rd Mar 2022, 19:15
Replies: 611
Views: 327,393
Posted By FRatSTN

MAN is by some margin the biggest base. Then BHX...

MAN is by some margin the biggest base. Then BHX probably has the edge over STN, which is probably slightly bigger than LBA by seat capacity since it has the A321's planned in again. LBA I think is...
18th Mar 2022, 05:42
Replies: 792
Views: 283,733
Posted By FRatSTN

How many of the DSA and LGW based fleet is...

How many of the DSA and LGW based fleet is planned to be A320's?
13th Mar 2022, 07:15
Replies: 1,602
Views: 344,083
Posted By FRatSTN

Quite simple. The TORA is less from the...

Quite simple. The TORA is less from the intersections so more power required to get airborne.

At STN, It's not uncommon to see Ryanair and Jet2's on Txy L intersection departures from 04 (TORA of...
8th Feb 2022, 19:58
Replies: 769
Views: 246,235
Posted By FRatSTN

With the 79 based EZYs, do they all overnight in...

With the 79 based EZYs, do they all overnight in LGW, or does that figure include any that night-stop overseas or utilised overnight with a first wave arrival?

Considering FR does a similar sized...
20th Jan 2022, 19:15
Replies: 769
Views: 246,235
Posted By FRatSTN

I remember back around 2010 when Ryanair were...

I remember back around 2010 when Ryanair were operating about 15 routes from LGW - That was largely due to the BAA debacle at STN during that time - but don't think LGW-DUB was operating at nearly...
3rd Jan 2022, 19:41
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

Airbridges

A couple of them on Sat 2 are still used occasionally, but most are permanently out of use. All on Sat 1 are used regularly.
22nd Dec 2021, 14:04
Replies: 216
Views: 92,694
Posted By FRatSTN

Couldn't say for sure but I'd assume it's more...

Couldn't say for sure but I'd assume it's more the ex-Norwegian short-haul slots and maybe some of the later evening turns that Wizz will have secured.
23rd Nov 2021, 20:42
Replies: 412
Views: 188,765
Posted By FRatSTN

Also STN to Funchal, Maastricht, Menorca and...

Also STN to Funchal, Maastricht, Menorca and Vaxjo.
23rd Nov 2021, 20:33
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

The AMS slots are now under EJU, hence why...

The AMS slots are now under EJU, hence why they're showing as cancelled by EZY.
16th Nov 2021, 07:17
Replies: 769
Views: 246,235
Posted By FRatSTN

Don't forget STN and LTN still exist too. Whilst...

Don't forget STN and LTN still exist too. Whilst LGW is the next obvious go to after LHR, all the airports will be pitching for potential new and switching carriers I'm sure.

One thing is for sure...
22nd Oct 2021, 13:26
Replies: 214
Views: 88,731
Posted By FRatSTN

Which is probably true in a lot of cases

Which is probably true in a lot of cases
16th Sep 2021, 19:51
Replies: 17
Views: 6,274
Posted By FRatSTN

With Ryanair also getting into ARN, and HEL, and...

With Ryanair also getting into ARN, and HEL, and now Eurowings it perhaps suggests the Scandinavian airport's outlook on SAS and Norwegian delivering very little prospects.
30th Aug 2021, 05:50
Replies: 1,602
Views: 344,083
Posted By FRatSTN

With regards to TUI, it's worth noting that they...

With regards to TUI, it's worth noting that they do sell holidays using easyJet flights and on that basis they do still offer a decent package holiday programme from LTN, including the destinations...
24th Aug 2021, 14:55
Replies: 335
Views: 151,674
Posted By FRatSTN

I'm aware of that, but just making the point that...

I'm aware of that, but just making the point that it doesn't require somebody from an aviation background.
24th Aug 2021, 12:11
Replies: 335
Views: 151,674
Posted By FRatSTN

Carolyn McCall came from a journalism background...

Carolyn McCall came from a journalism background and many were sceptical at the time of her appointment. Probably the best CEO easyJet ever had.

No disrespect to Johan, but pandemic aside I feel...
21st Aug 2021, 13:59
Replies: 633
Views: 205,530
Posted By FRatSTN

EK033/034 were the old STN flight numbers when...

EK033/034 were the old STN flight numbers when the service launched single daily in 2018 as an afternoon arrival/evening departure, with a long layover inbetween.

When it went double daily from...
19th Aug 2021, 13:12
Replies: 216
Views: 97,586
Posted By FRatSTN

Could it be maybe that Ryanair perhaps need to...

Could it be maybe that Ryanair perhaps need to meet certain volumes to unlock growth incentives at other airports (ie BHX or MAN), and just holding off sales from EMA to force more bookings from...
1st Aug 2021, 13:45
Replies: 769
Views: 246,235
Posted By FRatSTN

Pegasus have only been operating into LHR because...

Pegasus have only been operating into LHR because of Turkey's red-light status, and even then they're still operating freight only into and passenger out of STN. Their focus is still very much on STN...
1st Aug 2021, 10:25
Replies: 611
Views: 327,393
Posted By FRatSTN

They got 34 brand new 737-800NG's back in 2015 at...

They got 34 brand new 737-800NG's back in 2015 at no doubt a decent price, since they were approaching the end of their production cycle, while the order book for most others consisted of the 737MAX....
23rd Jul 2021, 09:36
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

So they did. I stand corrected.

So they did. I stand corrected.
23rd Jul 2021, 07:15
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

First Albawings flight of the season in this...

First Albawings flight of the season in this morning so now back up to 10 airlines operating. Ural Airlines due back September 5. Azores Airlines also back on sale from June 2022.
19th Jul 2021, 20:53
Replies: 1,602
Views: 344,083
Posted By FRatSTN

It is a bit rediculous, but I'm doubtful EZY will...

It is a bit rediculous, but I'm doubtful EZY will be No.1 at LTN again anytime soon. Wouldn't read too much also into the winter slot report, most airlines still don't know what they'll be doing in 6...
9th Jul 2021, 10:04
Replies: 216
Views: 97,586
Posted By FRatSTN

EasyJet just arrived from BFS on its inaugural...

EasyJet just arrived from BFS on its inaugural flight. Am I right in thinking this is the first A320neo to operate a passenger service to/from EMA?
6th Jul 2021, 15:03
Replies: 526
Views: 181,812
Posted By FRatSTN

It has done for a few years now since the...

It has done for a few years now since the Fedex/TNT merger. It's the former TNT Liege flight that now operates for the ASL hub, so guess it's not strictly a Fedex freighter.
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