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23rd Nov 2022, 23:56
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Posted By TartinTon

75% for the UK and 70% for EU so for a 21 week...

75% for the UK and 70% for EU so for a 21 week winter season that's 6/7 (respectively) bites of the cherry assuming a full season schedule before the slot is lost, per slot per day of week.
20th Nov 2022, 17:05
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Posted By TartinTon

More likely to be for the Derry PSO which...

More likely to be for the Derry PSO which requires slots to be held at a London airport before you can apply for the funding
15th Oct 2022, 19:24
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Views: 302,238
Posted By TartinTon

In theory 0 if you'e got enough alternatives...

In theory 0 if you'e got enough alternatives elsewhere Sat pm and Sun am to then operate back in on the first wave(s) Sunday lunchtime.
7th Oct 2022, 22:31
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Views: 239,407
Posted By TartinTon

You can't get an AMS in that gap.

You can't get an AMS in that gap.
1st Oct 2022, 22:40
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Views: 170,678
Posted By TartinTon

What new requirements @Sharket7? And do they...

What new requirements @Sharket7? And do they apply to Emerald as well as EI as all services are operated by Emerald?
30th Sep 2022, 10:34
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Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

It might surprise you to find that the world...

It might surprise you to find that the world doesn't revolve around BA.....there are plenty of other carriers to share with.
29th Sep 2022, 23:09
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Posted By TartinTon

IOSA accreditation takes time and flybe have only...

IOSA accreditation takes time and flybe have only been operating since April remember. The management there fully recognise this and IOSA is being worked on. Look for full accreditation to be in...
13th Sep 2022, 21:41
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Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Is this definite or someone fishing? Can't see...

Is this definite or someone fishing? Can't see any sign on the website.
29th Aug 2022, 22:50
Replies: 174
Views: 62,300
Posted By TartinTon

An assumption based on your own opinion? Flybe 2...

An assumption based on your own opinion? Flybe 2 has bought the brand and data accrued by Flybe 1. They will know how the route did previously and probably see Eastern as relatively easy pickings...
29th Aug 2022, 22:44
Replies: 174
Views: 62,300
Posted By TartinTon

Hardly drivel Saab 2000 Driver and as for...

Hardly drivel Saab 2000 Driver and as for declaring an interest then I'm assuming you're an employee of Logan? Don't seem to see a declaration there..

There's a difference between "Any company is...
29th Aug 2022, 20:54
Replies: 174
Views: 62,300
Posted By TartinTon

A typical response from Loganair when faced with...

A typical response from Loganair when faced with any competition. Whilst I can understand the MAN route being withdrawn, the NCL/EDI routes are a surprise unless forward bookings are dire.The Bonds...
22nd Aug 2022, 22:43
Replies: 1,114
Views: 302,238
Posted By TartinTon

You have a real axe to grind against Flybe, eh...

You have a real axe to grind against Flybe, eh wombat? That and no clue as to what works on the SOU-Scotland markets....
22nd Aug 2022, 22:41
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Yes because the passenger numbers were garbage...

Yes because the passenger numbers were garbage there is no air market (BA couldn't make it work even with all their connecting possibilities) and the trains take 2 hours and cost 50......NQY is...
22nd Aug 2022, 22:13
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Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Why "inevitably" drop it? They operated it for...

Why "inevitably" drop it? They operated it for many years before Eastern came along...in fact they added SEN/LCY to their London routes as well as LGW at the time that they served 3 x daily. Not...
22nd Aug 2022, 22:10
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Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

I'm sure Flybe would love to do CDG but have you...

I'm sure Flybe would love to do CDG but have you tried to get a slot there? Rocking horse droppings.....
22nd Aug 2022, 13:12
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Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Maybe so but assuming they are looking for better...

Maybe so but assuming they are looking for better options than LBA to retain the slots you would have to think that there's a smaller loss on NQY than there would be on LBA. MANNQY is significantly...
21st Aug 2022, 21:11
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

About time that people grew up and put their big...

About time that people grew up and put their big boy pants on. Can we get back to the thread topic...that's Flybe-V2 in case anyone has forgotten.

Some new routes in the pipeline...
19th Aug 2022, 21:32
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Name me ANY airline that makes money in month 1?...

Name me ANY airline that makes money in month 1? I would assume that their expectation is to lose a large chunk of money in year one, a small amount in year 2 and break even small profit in year 3 as...
19th Aug 2022, 20:59
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Load factors for the first 4 months were 65.2% /...

Load factors for the first 4 months were 65.2% / 56.3% / 58.5% / 54.9%...CAA data to be updated with the proper numbers in the near future, I understand.

They are quite impressive when you...
18th Aug 2022, 20:55
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

I'm hearing Monday morning

I'm hearing Monday morning
14th Aug 2022, 17:31
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Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

I've been reliably told that Flybe's loads are...

I've been reliably told that Flybe's loads are averaging in the mid to high 50s% with a couple of routes well into the 80%s...I suspect it's the usual garbage from the CAAs website. Their figures...
13th Aug 2022, 17:06
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

I've heard that it's due to be this week

I've heard that it's due to be this week
31st Jul 2022, 19:59
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Yep. There was supposed to be an aircraft...

Yep. There was supposed to be an aircraft arriving 25Jul which clearly hasn't and it looks like they've decided that it's more important to have a standby from 15Aug than fly 7 lines with 7 airframes...
31st Jul 2022, 16:10
Replies: 416
Views: 170,678
Posted By TartinTon

Not so much the choice of aircraft, more the...

Not so much the choice of aircraft, more the choice of leasing companies
31st Jul 2022, 16:10
Replies: 416
Views: 170,678
Posted By TartinTon

They aren't cancelled but postponed until they...

They aren't cancelled but postponed until they get the aircraft delivered. There's a difference.....
31st Jul 2022, 16:08
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Views: 170,678
Posted By TartinTon

Because they thought they had an aircraft coming...

Because they thought they had an aircraft coming on 25Jul that has been delayed by the lessors
31st Jul 2022, 09:17
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Sorry to correct you but BE and KL did co-exist...

Sorry to correct you but BE and KL did co-exist in the sense that they codeshared on the routes happily until BE started to over-expand (in KLs eyes) on MAN/BHX AMS routes at which point they threw...
30th Jul 2022, 19:25
Replies: 416
Views: 170,678
Posted By TartinTon

No. It means they haven't got the aircraft they...

No. It means they haven't got the aircraft they thought they were going to have.
30th Jul 2022, 18:07
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

BE and KL co-existed quite happily before. As did...

BE and KL co-existed quite happily before. As did BE/AF. A mutually beneficial relationship with BE feeding the hubs and KL/AF underpinning the BE operation. Makes sense to me and suits all parties.
13th Jul 2022, 19:00
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Flights are still planned to operate although LHR...

Flights are still planned to operate although LHR is also to impose mandatory cancellations targetted by terminal and time slots which they will apparently inform the airlines of today
7th Jul 2022, 15:34
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Better ask the lessors? I would assume that the...

Better ask the lessors? I would assume that the airports chosen were the cheapest and then covid hit and they laid off the majority of their workforces.
6th Jul 2022, 21:34
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Probably because of what you just said. They've...

Probably because of what you just said. They've been sitting around for 2 years in not exactly hot and dry locations (Saarbrucken/Weeze) and the lessors haven't been taking remedial care of them...
13th Jun 2022, 22:44
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Probably one of the more stupid posts I have seen...

Probably one of the more stupid posts I have seen on here for a while and there's been a few!
How can an airline starting operations from a restricted airfield that is crying out for operators with...
5th Jun 2022, 08:27
Replies: 885
Views: 468,502
Posted By TartinTon

Schiphol is in trouble because it is supposed to...

Schiphol is in trouble because it is supposed to have a ground staff of 1400 and has a current shortfall of 600 with only 200 in the training pipeline. This will not be a short-term issue.
17th May 2022, 22:41
Replies: 273
Views: 127,169
Posted By TartinTon

More likely to feed their AUH hub with the LRs...

More likely to feed their AUH hub with the LRs that start arriving soon.
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