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11th Feb 2020, 11:17
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Based on when BHX and STN were announced, the...

Based on when BHX and STN were announced, the full programme had been put on sale. After a while, BHX and STN were then announced.

Even so, i wouldn't expect to see any new base this year. It's...
2nd Dec 2019, 06:48
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Has someone got their 'dirty' mind on?, you could...

Has someone got their 'dirty' mind on?, you could say the same for DRTI
To quote Spock, "It's only logical", just rounding off the DRT line (still waiting on J,K,L and P)
28th Nov 2019, 08:51
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Yes, LBA is the only airport that can't handle...

Yes, LBA is the only airport that can't handle the A330, so they have to stick with the B752
Of the 10 B752 left in the fleet, only 5 can make the distance (winglet).

All other airports can...
19th Nov 2019, 06:44
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Bet Jet2 will be glad to see the back of that...

Bet Jet2 will be glad to see the back of that one.

Also, fairly ironic on what looks like your first post and you report on a different aircraft type to your name :P
15th Nov 2019, 06:46
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Posted By Plane.Silly

It's still AOG in TFS at the moment. To go AOG...

It's still AOG in TFS at the moment.
To go AOG once is bad enough, but to go AOG twice in the space of a week, at the SAME destination
Surely the writings on the wall for this one.
12th Nov 2019, 06:47
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Logically speaking, it has to be either Easyjet,...

Logically speaking, it has to be either Easyjet, Ryanair or TUI. as it wouldn't make sense for a charter operator to operate just a few flights per week. You'd want an incumbent to pick this up for...
7th Nov 2019, 14:52
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Posted By Plane.Silly

I want to clarify a few points for people, as...

I want to clarify a few points for people, as there seems to be a lot of misguided rumours here

"Jet2 to move into long haul market,"
NO - and will not happen for the foreseeable future. Any...
5th Nov 2019, 06:44
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Agree with the G-JZ part, but the A* range has...

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...
28th Oct 2019, 13:41
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Might need to remind everyone, this is a 'Rumour'...

Might need to remind everyone, this is a 'Rumour' Forum, not a facts forum.
Everyone's entitled to their educated (or non-educated) guesses
23rd Oct 2019, 15:25
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Posted By Plane.Silly

If thats true, thats a great addition for Jet2,...

If thats true, thats a great addition for Jet2, all four are only 5/6 years old. They'll be sure to get their money's worth out of them
21st Oct 2019, 07:30
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Posted By Plane.Silly

The domestic flights were a stop gap to build up...

The domestic flights were a stop gap to build up the company profile, and also to improve utilisation

The jet2 model wouldn't work now. The morning and Afternoon wave of flights are timed perfect...
14th Oct 2019, 06:34
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Posted By Plane.Silly

100% FALSE. Jet2 have stated there is no...

100% FALSE.
Jet2 have stated there is no intention of starting long haul, due to the complexity and cost of doing so



This is the exact same reason why they can't fly into Cyprus on the A330
11th Oct 2019, 09:43
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Jet2 fly to EWR, not JFK, but we get the idea :)

Jet2 fly to EWR, not JFK, but we get the idea :)
4th Oct 2019, 08:55
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Antanov crash near Lviv

Reported on BBC, an A12 crashed just short of Lviv airport, where it was due for a stopover.

5 of the 8 on board confirmed dead.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-49931753
3rd Oct 2019, 09:18
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Posted By Plane.Silly

It would have been the case that the cancelled...

It would have been the case that the cancelled outbounds the week before would have sold enough pax to fill your inbound flight. Once Cooks went 'from solid to liquid', those outbound pax didn't have...
3rd Oct 2019, 06:56
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Ownershipwise, it will return to the lease...

Ownershipwise, it will return to the lease holder, or into the pool for liquidation if it was owned.

Practically, if it was on a light maintenance, i.e. one day, they'll probably just take it out...
2nd Oct 2019, 13:29
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Do you know something we don't Mr YeeHaw? A new...

Do you know something we don't Mr YeeHaw?
A new aircraft order perhaps?
2nd Oct 2019, 12:32
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Ouch, that sounds pretty bad, but what if the...

Ouch, that sounds pretty bad, but what if the rescue flight doesn't operate in time. THen you have the cost of an extra 757 flying two positioning sectors, and still having to pay the comp bill. On...
1st Oct 2019, 10:48
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Posted By Plane.Silly

A simple check, but i believe it's flying to...

A simple check, but i believe it's flying to TFSx2, ACE, AYT, DLM, LCA and PFO
Flights between 8th October and 3rd Nov.
Someone correct me if im wrong please
27th Sep 2019, 12:24
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Would be nice to see a bit more long haul at MAN,...

Would be nice to see a bit more long haul at MAN, but i wouldn't be surprised if the likes of Ryanair, Easylet and Jet2 were sniffing round them as well, all 3 probably looking to expand as well
27th Sep 2019, 07:41
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Posted By Plane.Silly

4 months to work on one aircraft? seems like a...

4 months to work on one aircraft? seems like a long time for a 14 year old a/c.
also if it's been taking up hangar space for that long, does that mean other fleet maintenance has suffered as a...
26th Sep 2019, 09:32
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Agree with the first part, based on the...

Agree with the first part, based on the demographic. Surely with an airport the size of MAN, it's worth trialling something like 2pw to get the interest going.

Being picky, but to serve London,...
26th Sep 2019, 09:27
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Out of curiousity, how can a brand name that has...

Out of curiousity, how can a brand name that has gone bankrupt have any commercial value? Beyond the ability to be instant recognised by the public, when people see the name now, they think of how...
25th Sep 2019, 14:25
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Views: 14,735
Posted By Plane.Silly

Quite possible, but unlikely with the Ex TCX...

Quite possible, but unlikely with the Ex TCX frames.

Article today highlighting how they only owned 3 A330's, all around 20 years. So they'll be cheap, yes, but how long would they last for?...
25th Sep 2019, 11:10
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Views: 14,735
Posted By Plane.Silly

Don't think so, there's already a lot of capacity...

Don't think so, there's already a lot of capacity in the market. Most people these days prefer to make their own holidays with flexible durations, something which the likes of Thomas Cook couldn't...
24th Sep 2019, 07:41
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Posted By Plane.Silly

I doubt it, while the initial offering may be...

I doubt it, while the initial offering may be tempting, theres very limited scope to grow the base at LGW once established, unlike STN where there's able to carry on growing.

It has been said in...
23rd Sep 2019, 12:59
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Probably a technical issue. I've heard there have...

Probably a technical issue. I've heard there have been a few issues this season with this aircraft. But thats the beauty of having aircraft on standby, having the flexibility to cover when things go...
20th Sep 2019, 11:15
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Thats a fair point. at least my suggestion was a...

Thats a fair point. at least my suggestion was a good starting block, and relevent to the majority of the TCX programme.
20th Sep 2019, 10:51
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Seems a bit overkill. the whole Monarch operation...

Seems a bit overkill. the whole Monarch operation was 60m for 110k pax
TCX have potentially 180k, so for flight only, 100m would make sense.
The other 500m could be due to people who have booked...
18th Sep 2019, 13:43
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Don't forget there are two renewal dates, 30th...

Don't forget there are two renewal dates, 30th September and 31st March. It could be that the main one started for the 31st March, which would make sense as it's almost the start of a financial year...
17th Sep 2019, 06:21
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Posted By Plane.Silly

https://www.jet2.com/News/Boost_for_Canary_Islands...

https://www.jet2.com/News/Boost_for_Canary_Islands_as_Jet2_com_and_Jet2holidays_adds_capacity_from_Leeds_Bradford_Airport/

A nice little boost of late capacity, good to see Jet2 showing confidence...
6th Sep 2019, 11:15
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Appears Jet2 prefer the space to grow... ...

Appears Jet2 prefer the space to grow...

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/uk-world/jet2-adding-26-flights-to-the-canaries-from-belfast-international-airport-38467621.html
2nd Aug 2019, 06:20
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Posted By Plane.Silly

there are 2 potential deals in play, the first,...

there are 2 potential deals in play, the first, dubbed WAB air is still in with a chance on an asset sale, but the other, led by the US Oasis Aviation Group hasn't been paying the required fees and...
31st Jul 2019, 13:13
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Operated the LS819 MAN-RHO, then went AOG. ...

Operated the LS819 MAN-RHO, then went AOG.
G-JZHH was used yesterday under LS8200 to operate the inbound sector. Delay would have been around 18hrs

G-LSAC still in RHO at the moment
24th Jul 2019, 08:33
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Posted By Plane.Silly

Just to clarify on my previous post, i may have...

Just to clarify on my previous post, i may have got a bit confused,

the 25 y old aircraft was referencing G-LSAN, which i saw in the post before mine, instead of G-LSAJ

I blame the weather....
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