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Forum: Freight Dogs
18th Mar 2019, 12:00
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Posted By mmeteesside

Could this be for an assault on Europe? New...

Could this be for an assault on Europe? New distribution centres are going up across the continent both in UK and beyond.
ASL have been operating a limited network for a while between East Midlands,...
16th Mar 2019, 11:41
Replies: 1,358
Views: 344,324
Posted By mmeteesside

Should come as no surprise to anybody that...

Should come as no surprise to anybody that Stobart are the new operators (and part owners) - here's hoping they can hit the ground running by bringing in new business links. It's not going to be easy...
5th Mar 2019, 16:46
Replies: 1,690
Views: 503,548
Posted By mmeteesside

Two off the same bank? Odd way of doing things!

Two off the same bank? Odd way of doing things!
5th Mar 2019, 16:30
Replies: 1,806
Views: 841,959
Posted By mmeteesside

I'd expect it'll go the other way, the BE...

I'd expect it'll go the other way, the BE services will be kept to those destinations, possibly upgauged to the E195? As that would allow AF/KL to free up much needed slots for their own expansion.
26th Feb 2019, 21:58
Replies: 2,688
Views: 743,850
Posted By mmeteesside

Wouldn't be at all surprised to see an...

Wouldn't be at all surprised to see an SEN-MME-ABZ appear at some point... it links two (potentially, at least) Stobart bases, gives MME a 'London' link, as well as stepping on Eastern/Flybe's toes...
19th Feb 2019, 17:50
Replies: 446
Views: 302,263
Posted By mmeteesside

They're already operating the Airbus contract...

They're already operating the Airbus contract albeit presumably on emergency tender?
17th Feb 2019, 15:54
Replies: 446
Views: 302,263
Posted By mmeteesside

E145 SAJC positioned into Chester to operate...

E145 SAJC positioned into Chester to operate Airbus flights from tomorrow presumably. ATR42 leased from DOT to cover at Glasgow
17th Feb 2019, 13:07
Replies: 515
Views: 147,502
Posted By mmeteesside

The whole point is it's not a commercially viable...

The whole point is it's not a commercially viable route hence fares will be high... without the funding then fares would be even higher.
17th Feb 2019, 11:35
Replies: 446
Views: 302,263
Posted By mmeteesside

Certainly looks like it almost fits together as...

Certainly looks like it almost fits together as one aircraft, albeit with an odd nightstop in Bristol on a Sunday night. Potential swap of aircraft from other routes (Airbus contract?) I wonder
17th Feb 2019, 10:58
Replies: 363
Views: 155,455
Posted By mmeteesside

Reports also suggest Danish Air Transport will...

Reports also suggest Danish Air Transport will operate Aberdeen to Esbjerg too
16th Feb 2019, 21:34
Replies: 1,411
Views: 442,423
Posted By mmeteesside

Suspect they'll go after the Airbus contract...

Suspect they'll go after the Airbus contract routes first, which bmi had just taken back off them
16th Feb 2019, 09:02
Replies: 1,411
Views: 442,423
Posted By mmeteesside

They'd have to pick up a decent chunk of the...

They'd have to pick up a decent chunk of the London market to make it worthwhile, interlink traffic generally flies below cost on domestic connections so therefore likely wouldn't make it profitable...
17th Jan 2019, 19:39
Replies: 1,806
Views: 841,959
Posted By mmeteesside

Makes you wonder when it was plainly obvious to...

Makes you wonder when it was plainly obvious to everyone what the result would be... the top management really couldn't see the damage it was doing to their business...
28th Dec 2018, 15:01
Replies: 2,868
Views: 1,533,795
Posted By mmeteesside

Anything been mentioned about Virgin service...

Anything been mentioned about Virgin service increase in winter season?
5 weekly B744 to Atlanta (instead of 3) and 7 weekly A332 to New York JFK (instead of 3)
2nd Dec 2018, 11:29
Replies: 1,153
Views: 786,518
Posted By mmeteesside

They used to use Durham when it was 737-300's......

They used to use Durham when it was 737-300's... is there something that makes it unsuitable for the -800's ?
Or is it purely a commercial choice?
Just curiously as there's been Easyjet and Flybe...
10th Nov 2018, 21:54
Replies: 1,411
Views: 442,423
Posted By mmeteesside

Seems a logical addition, and it removes an...

Seems a logical addition, and it removes an aircraft from the Aberdeen route, with a J41 staying the night at NCL presumably just an Aberdeen aircraft extending the start/end of its day. They've...
16th Aug 2018, 22:08
Replies: 27
Views: 12,332
Posted By mmeteesside

do they have a contract lined up for them...

do they have a contract lined up for them presumably? Otherwise it seems odd to take on four of them as I can't imagine much ad hoc work out there given a lot of the European networks run on 737-3/4...
12th Mar 2018, 11:56
Replies: 1,358
Views: 344,324
Posted By mmeteesside

If only they'd be open and honest and say it like...

If only they'd be open and honest and say it like it is (Flybe/Eastern stopped competing), but instead they come up with a reason that they know the public (& press) will buy. Simple really.
15th Feb 2018, 17:09
Replies: 1,358
Views: 344,324
Posted By mmeteesside

Exactly... Loganair flying into DTVA was the last...

Exactly... Loganair flying into DTVA was the last bastion of the Eastern/Flybe v Loganair war, which has all calmly come to and end recently, so nobody can say this was unexpected. I question the...
8th Jan 2018, 14:20
Replies: 1,689
Views: 788,170
Posted By mmeteesside

There's been mention of Germania operating out of...

There's been mention of Germania operating out of Gatwick shortly, leased in. Not sure if there's more to come?
21st Dec 2017, 20:31
Replies: 1,358
Views: 344,324
Posted By mmeteesside

I really thought the amount of people working...

I really thought the amount of people working offshore from Norwich would have translated into better figures. You don't know until you try, but I guess forward bookings didn't show an upward trend.
26th Nov 2017, 15:23
Replies: 246
Views: 141,924
Posted By mmeteesside

I understand the latest Amazon trial goes out of...

I understand the latest Amazon trial goes out of East Midlands, operated by ASL again, but this time to Milan & Madrid.
12th Nov 2017, 17:35
Replies: 1,411
Views: 442,423
Posted By mmeteesside

Have to say I've used BA quite a few times in the...

Have to say I've used BA quite a few times in the last year and have always been surprised at the amount of London-Newcastle traffic on that route. Certainly not majority connecting as I expected.
4th Nov 2017, 21:59
Replies: 1,358
Views: 344,324
Posted By mmeteesside

If it is to be operated by a Saab 2000, even if...

If it is to be operated by a Saab 2000, even if the previous J41 flights were full (unlikely!) that still leaves 21 seats empty between Humberside & DTV. I can't imagine it's going to cost a whole...
26th Oct 2017, 20:08
Replies: 1,358
Views: 344,324
Posted By mmeteesside

Doesn't appear to be anything planned with...

Doesn't appear to be anything planned with Newmarket or Omega for 2018 though?
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