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6th Dec 2022, 21:32
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

Both Flybe and European were listed in the...

Both Flybe and European were listed in the Official Record when they got their AOC/OLs though, and there is no mention of Emerald in this week's publication. Maybe the tweet is optional - seem to...
6th Dec 2022, 20:34
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

What's going on? CAA today tweeted about BA...

What's going on? CAA today tweeted about BA Euroflyer getting its AOC but no statement has been made about Emerald's UK AOC and there's nothing in today's CAA Official Record. G-CMJN was down...
30th Nov 2022, 11:10
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

There was some talk on here a couple of weeks ago...

There was some talk on here a couple of weeks ago that they had the UK AOC, but there has been no publication to that effect in the CAA Official Record and the CAA's website of licence holders...
28th Nov 2022, 16:03
Replies: 4
Views: 2,159
Posted By Albert Hall

UK Department for Transport review of CAA

Not entirely sure where this best fits, but as the title says "items that may be of interest to professional pilots" then I'll put it here.

DFT has launched a consultation into the "effectiveness...
26th Nov 2022, 11:15
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

There are several airlines who don’t have inter...

There are several airlines who don’t have inter line arrangements in the traditional sense - Ryanair, easyJet, Wizz, Jet2 to name but a few. But their business models don’t need or want them - and...
22nd Nov 2022, 09:33
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

OAG publish on-time and cancellations data every...

OAG publish on-time and cancellations data every month which is about as a fair a source as you'll get rather than these "this was cancelled today, this was cancelled yesterday" debate.

October...
19th Nov 2022, 10:00
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

I can only imagine that morale in the place is at...

I can only imagine that morale in the place is at absolute rock bottom. Sorry state of affairs for those working there.
19th Nov 2022, 09:59
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

Emerald is the operator of the Carrickfinn PSO...

Emerald is the operator of the Carrickfinn PSO and has to have an EU AOC to bid and fly that - they couldn't do that on a UK AOC and if they have designs on other operations like DUB-Rennes which Aer...
14th Nov 2022, 09:34
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

They wouldn’t need a UK AOC to fly UK-EU flights....

They wouldn’t need a UK AOC to fly UK-EU flights. It would only be needed if they wanted to fly domestically or UK-third country ops.
7th Nov 2022, 21:24
Replies: 520
Views: 231,797
Posted By Albert Hall

And St Louis recently secured Lufthansa, which...

And St Louis recently secured Lufthansa, which probably means that any funding support in the city's coffers have already been committed.

Indianapolis is the one that keeps rearing its head.
2nd Nov 2022, 08:46
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

The Heathrow slots were part of a competition...

The Heathrow slots were part of a competition remedy so can’t be traded. The only way they can change hands is if the airline itself is sold with the slots within it.
1st Nov 2022, 11:30
Replies: 225
Views: 105,240
Posted By Albert Hall

Surely you'd have to take off the operating costs...

Surely you'd have to take off the operating costs of the contract and charter flying - this assumes you'd still be doing all of the flying and incurring the costs even with no revenue, which...
30th Oct 2022, 17:03
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Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

One of the people pretty close to this had told...

One of the people pretty close to this had told me that they had a deal with the leasing company based on taking certain airframes which included those with an "incident history". Obviously that...
29th Oct 2022, 18:14
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

Late delivery or otherwise, they’ll have to find...

Late delivery or otherwise, they’ll have to find a way pretty quickly to fly the Heathrow slots earmarked for IOM.
29th Oct 2022, 18:09
Replies: 48
Views: 17,076
Posted By Albert Hall

The only issue with that is for many potential...

The only issue with that is for many potential customers on that route, they’re limited on the number of days they can be in the UK even for a flight connection. A non-stop service avoids the issue.
29th Oct 2022, 14:28
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

If other airlines have late deliveries then they...

If other airlines have late deliveries then they either delay the route launch or lease in to cover it. P&O’s new ship Arvia is running late and they’ve cancelled its first cruise and set the date...
27th Oct 2022, 23:51
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

Flybe went bust because its business model didn't...

Flybe went bust because its business model didn't work. By extension, if SOU's business model was dependent on Flybe and the airport is in continued trouble as a result of Flybe's failure, its own...
27th Oct 2022, 21:02
Replies: 48
Views: 17,076
Posted By Albert Hall

I'm sure they will be, but with the traditional...

I'm sure they will be, but with the traditional Jersey tourism market in long-term decline due to reducing amounts of accommodation there, a lot of things which used to happen in Jersey won't. ...
27th Oct 2022, 20:46
Replies: 48
Views: 17,076
Posted By Albert Hall

Perhaps they have looked at it and decided...

Perhaps they have looked at it and decided against it? Quite possible.
23rd Oct 2022, 11:23
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

The talk of SOU's financial position appears to...

The talk of SOU's financial position appears to be all based around passenger volume.

If passenger volume is roughly half of what it was before, but each airline is paying SOU double what Flybe...
15th Oct 2022, 07:32
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

Pretty foggy in areas last night - would guess it...

Pretty foggy in areas last night - would guess it was low vis related.
9th Oct 2022, 09:08
Replies: 225
Views: 105,240
Posted By Albert Hall

They've certainly got at least four pure freight...

They've certainly got at least four pure freight aircraft and I thought did a lot more charter stuff too - could throw that calculation off quite quickly. If that is what they get though, then yes...
5th Oct 2022, 21:11
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

Those Loganair increases look pretty positive. ...

Those Loganair increases look pretty positive. The airport must be pleased that it no longer has all of its eggs in one basket as it had with Flybe, particularly when the bottom falls out of said...
3rd Oct 2022, 20:55
Replies: 839
Views: 245,520
Posted By Albert Hall

Sounds like a cricketer expecting to break a run...

Sounds like a cricketer expecting to break a run of ducks …
1st Oct 2022, 10:59
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

If DSA was charging airlines £5 per pax and SOU...

If DSA was charging airlines £5 per pax and SOU is charging £10, the airport income will be much the same despite the vastly lower pax volumes. And it will need fewer security staff, terminal...
20th Sep 2022, 17:36
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

I'm led to believe that you won't see this until...

I'm led to believe that you won't see this until a year from now and so likelihood of it being operable for Summer 2023 is zero.
12th Sep 2022, 20:32
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

SeanM1997 on Twitter suggesting Flybe about to...

SeanM1997 on Twitter suggesting Flybe about to launch BHD-IOM-LHR. They do seem very keen on picking fights with other airlines wherever they can!
10th Sep 2022, 18:57
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

Debate getting more hilarious. With fuel prices...

Debate getting more hilarious. With fuel prices where they are, a half full E175 will be costing whomever is footing the bill dearly.
9th Sep 2022, 19:14
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

You must be having a laugh! Have you seen how...

You must be having a laugh! Have you seen how many routes they’re competing on at Belfast City? I make it six for now … that’s a head on fight in anyone’s book, surely ?
8th Sep 2022, 15:45
Replies: 176
Views: 85,165
Posted By Albert Hall

They're already knocking lumps out of each other...

They're already knocking lumps out of each other in Belfast City?!!
31st Aug 2022, 21:42
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

You've got to wonder about that data. It says...

You've got to wonder about that data. It says Birmingham-Milan was one of the most profitable routes in 2019 but in the same breath, that Flybe discontinued services on it in October 2019. Now I...
29th Aug 2022, 19:17
Replies: 1,118
Views: 304,209
Posted By Albert Hall

It looks like T3 have all but given up on MAN as...

It looks like T3 have all but given up on MAN as well - restart date after the summer break now pushed back from September 12 to October 3. With Flybe coming along in March (if they do what they've...
23rd Aug 2022, 20:22
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

SOU looks to have a based aircraft from 2 March,...

SOU looks to have a based aircraft from 2 March, though whether it becomes a crew base is anyone's guess. With the aircraft serving MAN, EDI and GLA (none of which are bases) then it would...
22nd Aug 2022, 23:21
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

That's just as misleading. When Flybe was...

That's just as misleading. When Flybe was operating the Newquay PSO to Gatwick and then Heathrow (and then planned for Gatwick again), they brought in a seasonal SEN route but held the PSO with its...
22nd Aug 2022, 13:26
Replies: 909
Views: 509,541
Posted By Albert Hall

NQY-MAN with easyJet and Loganair both on it...

NQY-MAN with easyJet and Loganair both on it "underserved"? Interesting notion. easyJet are summer-only and the old Flybe service was supported with their own hub connections at MAN - none of...
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