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14th Sep 2006, 09:21
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

The SNN service is being implemented by SNN based...

The SNN service is being implemented by SNN based aircraft - SNN-LTN is being dropped and replaced with SNN-EDI/BOH 3 weekly each.

Ryanair are expanding their BOH operations continually because...
13th Sep 2006, 15:28
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

the re-intstatement of Valencia (not technically...

the re-intstatement of Valencia (not technically a new route) is good news - although at a lower frequency (3 per week) than in summer 2005 (5 per week) And the continuation of Prague at 5 flights...
29th Aug 2006, 09:16
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

FlyBOH I had expected an announcement a lot...

FlyBOH

I had expected an announcement a lot earlier regarding EZY routes from BOH, but there appears to be a delay. They have not yet released all their winter flights for sale yet, and I would...
28th Aug 2006, 09:48
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Ryanair have been so impressed with the forward...

Ryanair have been so impressed with the forward bookings for Shannon, that they have brought forward the route launch from 31st Oct to 26th Oct. More than 2,000 seats have already been sold,...
28th Aug 2006, 09:41
Replies: 2,599
Views: 656,040
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Ryanair have been so impressed with forward...

Ryanair have been so impressed with forward bookings for Bournemouth that the route launch has been brought forward by a week. More than 2,000 seats were sold in less than a month of the service...
15th Aug 2006, 13:48
Replies: 884
Views: 208,990
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Well said NorthOfRiver & gary4444, I quite agree....

Well said NorthOfRiver & gary4444, I quite agree.

It goes to show how the market is HUY is finite with little or no inbound potential. This is sad for the airport - but makes sense. The airport...
30th Jul 2006, 21:28
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Ryanair achieved 78% LF on Pisa route in June,...

Ryanair achieved 78% LF on Pisa route in June, with Tfly achieving 60%.

easyJet will be announcing soon
28th Jul 2006, 10:43
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

The announcement will mean an additional 40,000...

The announcement will mean an additional 40,000 passengers through Bournemouth annually. I can't imagine the yield will be that strong, but it could be similar to BOH-PIK - lowish yield but very good...
24th Jul 2006, 08:58
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

a horrible event - thoughts with all the family...

a horrible event - thoughts with all the family and friends
13th Jul 2006, 11:10
Replies: 279
Views: 59,941
Posted By EarthOrbitor

...how many diverts in total did Bournemouth...

...how many diverts in total did Bournemouth handle?
13th Jul 2006, 11:08
Replies: 260
Views: 53,852
Posted By EarthOrbitor

sorry to interupt this fascinating dicussion ...

sorry to interupt this fascinating dicussion

but are Flywho REALLY going to get off the ground? When is the official launch day? Have they been seen to be doing any marketing/promotion in the...
8th Jul 2006, 18:42
Replies: 224
Views: 49,427
Posted By EarthOrbitor

On the face of it yes it does seem strange, but...

On the face of it yes it does seem strange, but after the Geneva trial proved that passengers were not 'canibalised' from either BRS or LGW, the decision was made to consider more substantial...
8th Jul 2006, 18:02
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Flysky, have done and responded. Good news...

Flysky, have done and responded.

Good news re Gambia... hope this will be well supported.
7th Jul 2006, 14:08
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

easyJet should be announcing their new base plans...

easyJet should be announcing their new base plans for Bournemouth later this year. Start proposed in spring 2007 to Nice, Edinburgh, Belfast, Berlin, Murcia and Paris. Geneva will continue through...
7th Jul 2006, 14:06
Replies: 224
Views: 49,427
Posted By EarthOrbitor

easyJet will be announcing new base at...

easyJet will be announcing new base at Bournemouth from Spring 2007 later this year. initially two A319's operating to Nice, Edinburgh, Belfast, Berlin, Murcia & Paris. Geneva operated by easyJet...
26th Jun 2006, 09:12
Replies: 463
Views: 98,882
Posted By EarthOrbitor

how will flybe's entry on SOU-AMS affect the...

how will flybe's entry on SOU-AMS affect the proposed plans from bmi to operate the route from OCT with four daily flights? This must also spell the end for Scotairways too... KLM might be...
23rd Jun 2006, 15:14
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

STOP PRESS: have just received news that...

STOP PRESS: have just received news that Amsterdam will be served by Flybe from both Southampton and Exeter. (SOU now have 3 airlines on this sector). This means BOH is surrounded by airlines...
4th Jun 2006, 18:59
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Flyboh, you tell me when the master-plan...

Flyboh,

you tell me when the master-plan will be published and i'll tell you when a significant announcement is due... from one of the big 3 LCC
1st Jun 2006, 08:55
Replies: 86
Views: 15,173
Posted By EarthOrbitor

Cyrano thanks for pointing that out i...

Cyrano

thanks for pointing that out i totally forgot it was over a shorter period. But still...

Whether it's $1.3m revenue in one, two or three months or indeed 6 months - it's still...
31st May 2006, 09:34
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

ILS repeater Thanks for that - pretty...

ILS repeater

Thanks for that - pretty confusing as to why Jet2 would want to maintain SOME presence at BOH. Must be costly to do so.

Rumours about EZY and WOW are just rumours - but watch...
30th May 2006, 08:57
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

think they might be taking over the Titan based...

think they might be taking over the Titan based B733 cargo / ITC / quick change operation. Titan are incredibly expensive, so Jet2 would be able to under-cut. Keeping a small satelite operation at...
30th May 2006, 08:54
Replies: 86
Views: 15,173
Posted By EarthOrbitor

i think its time to pull the plug for Eos then,...

i think its time to pull the plug for Eos then, as it's assets will be dissolved in a matter of months if the losses continue! Just $1.3m revenue in 6 months!? My God, you'd earn more if they sold...
25th May 2006, 19:09
Replies: 306
Views: 93,822
Posted By EarthOrbitor

...rumours from within Thomsonfly are for the...

...rumours from within Thomsonfly are for the B737-800 and -900 to replace all B737 and some B757. The B787 is favoured to replace B767-200 and -300, and remaining B757.

A two type fleet has...
17th May 2006, 10:40
Replies: 272
Views: 58,117
Posted By EarthOrbitor

air contractors, ATR-72, Titan Airways B733,...

air contractors, ATR-72, Titan Airways B733, Aurigny ATR-72 operate cargo services, and some extra ad-hoc airlines are called in when problems arise with the existing carriers such as Emerald
2nd May 2006, 12:02
Replies: 224
Views: 49,427
Posted By EarthOrbitor

base leak

according to the rumour (leaked from easyjet) one of the bases is BOH Bournemouth. the airport is closing in on a deal and it is thought that up to two aircraft will initially be ear-marked for the...
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