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11th May 2019, 17:57
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Posted By boredintheairport

I cannot think of any narrow body flights to the...

I cannot think of any narrow body flights to the U.S. from Manchester. You are very out of date.

it's A330 and 747 to Atlanta and New York in combinations and A330 to the remaining airports of...
6th May 2019, 09:40
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Posted By boredintheairport

What about the other way around? For e.g. the...

What about the other way around? For e.g. the Ethiopian Addis - Brussels - Manchester flight. Do passengers exit, clear security and re-board in Brussels?
13th Feb 2019, 12:54
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Posted By boredintheairport

Though tomorrow will also be a normal day, and...

Though tomorrow will also be a normal day, and there are daily flights to Brussels (not all continue to Manchester).
13th Feb 2019, 12:17
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Posted By boredintheairport

I'm sure I don't understand much of this. But...

I'm sure I don't understand much of this. But from context I assume it means today's flight was a 737 as discussed, but that on the 15th February it's going to be a 777?
13th Feb 2019, 12:15
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Posted By boredintheairport

Interesting, thanks.

Interesting, thanks.
13th Feb 2019, 10:02
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Posted By boredintheairport

Did it actually fly? Flightradar has no...

Did it actually fly? Flightradar has no information about the flight. Someone on it? Or eyes on the ground.

Would it have had to stop for fuel en-route?
25th Jan 2019, 08:40
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Posted By boredintheairport

Strongly suspect third party taxi company...

Strongly suspect third party taxi company wouldn't be allowed anywhere near this. They would surely have to receive full airside safety briefing, all the risks of aircraft, jet engines and other...
23rd Jan 2019, 08:49
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Posted By boredintheairport

What are the arrangements? Have they made it so...

What are the arrangements? Have they made it so there is a proper connection process now at Manchester?
22nd Jan 2019, 12:54
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Posted By boredintheairport

Interesting. Where are the Ethiopian connecting...

Interesting. Where are the Ethiopian connecting passengers coming from/going to? Lufthansa?
9th Jan 2019, 07:45
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Posted By boredintheairport

Assuming that in Tra Va La's figures, the...

Assuming that in Tra Va La's figures, the right-hand most column is outbound from Manchester, it looks like over those selected dates the plane was approximately a bit less than half full leaving...
10th Dec 2018, 14:08
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Posted By boredintheairport

Why the use of personal language 'we'? Why the...

Why the use of personal language 'we'? Why the personal investment as though it's a personal affront?

I'm very sure they went where the fuel is cheap and you can park right by the door.
6th Nov 2018, 11:52
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Posted By boredintheairport

That seems pretty close enough to full on the way...

That seems pretty close enough to full on the way back to Mumbai. Pretty poor showing on the outbound, though.
6th Nov 2018, 08:41
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Posted By boredintheairport

Any idea on the loads on the first Mumbai legs?

Any idea on the loads on the first Mumbai legs?
27th Sep 2018, 13:15
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Posted By boredintheairport

Enormously informative as ever. Small point, I...

Enormously informative as ever. Small point, I think some of your labels may be the wrong way round - part 6 says major changes to domestic traffic, but lists a lot of international destinations. Is...
22nd Aug 2018, 10:52
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Posted By boredintheairport

That's exactly what they think, and it's true...

That's exactly what they think, and it's true because otherwise they wouldn't do it. What's the controversy?
10th Aug 2018, 13:40
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Posted By boredintheairport

I can see your logic there. However, companies...

I can see your logic there. However, companies such as KLM operate out of a major tourist city and operate a major connections business. Normally their fares are priced to keep people off short haul...
10th Aug 2018, 08:00
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Posted By boredintheairport

But surely you're talking about different...

But surely you're talking about different markets? TAP baulking and withdrawing MAN-GRU (given you said South America) because an LCC cut the price of MAN-LIS fares would be like KLM not offering...
4th Aug 2018, 15:08
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Posted By boredintheairport

Unless you are a leisure pilot in a...

Unless you are a leisure pilot in a non-instrumented plane when you could operate a VFR VFR flight.
3rd Aug 2018, 22:04
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Posted By boredintheairport

Indeed. You would think given that both are terms...

Indeed. You would think given that both are terms common in the aviation industry, they would remove opportunity for collinearity.

Visiting Relatives and Friends VRF would seem like a simple fix....
3rd Aug 2018, 09:20
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Posted By boredintheairport

As a follow-on. Which are the primary business...

As a follow-on. Which are the primary business routes? The holiday and VFR routes are very easy to identify, less so the business routes (either by logic or by appearance of traveller).
1st Aug 2018, 11:46
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Posted By boredintheairport

Some of this is follow the diaspora: there's a...

Some of this is follow the diaspora: there's a big eastern European and Turkish diaspora in the North West, so flights to and from there always seem to be heavily VFR in both directions, hard to...
31st Jul 2018, 22:04
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Posted By boredintheairport

This is a very interesting question. I would...

This is a very interesting question. I would suspect that while the route figures at an aggregate level are commercially neutral (given they have to be reported to the government) the level of detail...
31st Jul 2018, 08:44
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Posted By boredintheairport

So the fact that other airports have problems...

So the fact that other airports have problems means there should be no pressure on Manchester to improve? It's a false perspective.

Yes, Heathrow should sort out passport control (don't need a...
9th Jun 2018, 13:55
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Posted By boredintheairport

For selfish reasons Amman would be great. For...

For selfish reasons Amman would be great. For non-selfish reasons Royal Jordanian could make sense for a One-World option to much of Saudi Arabia and the GCC now that Qatar is persona non gratis in...
24th Oct 2017, 22:17
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Posted By boredintheairport

FR3217 operated by Alitalia

Hi all,

Idly checking flightradar following a friend's flight and I saw that tonight's FR3217 (Bergamo - Manchester) is being operated by a plane reg EI-DSG which is an Alitalia A320.

Is this...
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