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7th Apr 2019, 15:30
Replies: 410
Views: 99,299
Posted By Feet on ground

Not so. The ATR can approach at the same speed as...

Not so. The ATR can approach at the same speed as jets. Where the ATR has an issue is with climb out speed. At Gatwick departing to the west, aircraft have to travel approx 20 miles before they can...
5th Apr 2019, 16:08
Replies: 410
Views: 99,299
Posted By Feet on ground

I have it on very good authority that IOM have...

I have it on very good authority that IOM have not contributed anything other than the airport discounts normally attracted by new routes. It will be interesting to see what happens as we get nearer...
16th Sep 2017, 09:37
Replies: 269
Views: 156,327
Posted By Feet on ground

At the moment the cheapest fare from Guernsey to East Midlands is around 80

Have you ever actually looked for the cheapest fares, or do you just make it up?

Use the low fare finder on the new Aurigny web site and you'll find that there are no flights to East Midlands in...
15th Sep 2017, 08:33
Replies: 269
Views: 156,327
Posted By Feet on ground

Rog747

The Aurigny offering is pretty much the same as flybe, BA and easyjet offer on their services to the Channel Islands. If, as you imply, people won't want to pay for bags and seats allocations they...
24th Aug 2017, 08:49
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Surely enforcing the hand luggage policy is...

Surely enforcing the hand luggage policy is simply about avoiding too much hand luggage entering the cabin, and is therefore in the interests of all passengers. It's the right thing to do to avoid...
20th Apr 2017, 09:20
Replies: 230
Views: 58,965
Posted By Feet on ground

The trial operated on Friday and Sunday...

The trial operated on Friday and Sunday afternoons in late summer/autumn, any route should work at that time over a limited period, it proved nothing. Operating in the winter, it will be a disaster,...
8th Jan 2017, 09:11
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Maybe Aurigny should have chosen a different...

Maybe Aurigny should have chosen a different aircraft type on the basis that the Dornier couldn't carry a couple of long fishing rods every month!
15th Sep 2016, 09:24
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

It will take more than 4 pilots to run an...

It will take more than 4 pilots to run an aircraft 7 days a week, it would take four pilots (2 people in each crew, 1 crew for the morning, one for the afternoon) flying each day and they can...
24th Jan 2016, 08:24
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Given that the Trislanders are continuing to...

Given that the Trislanders are continuing to operate in the Aurigny fleet, what EASA requirements does the aircraft fail to meet or have exemptions from?
22nd Jan 2016, 10:07
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Have you looked at the Scilly Isles and compared...

Have you looked at the Scilly Isles and compared them to Alderney?

There is demand from tourists to go to the significantly more attractive Scilly Isles!
20th Jan 2016, 08:22
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Which flights were these?

Which flights were these?
16th Jan 2016, 12:21
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

and the measure is on the departure time from...

and the measure is on the departure time from Gatwick - not arrival, so the block time on the flight ex Gatwick is irrelevant.

Airlines in general are increasing block times because: A) there is...
16th Jan 2016, 08:29
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Subtle Changes

What subtle changes to the flight durations have helped the LGW departure punctuality?
15th Jul 2015, 09:39
Replies: 3,499
Views: 1,209,086
Posted By Feet on ground

The carriers that operated long haul services...

The carriers that operated long haul services successfully from Gatwick historically, did so because the majority of the routes served from Gatwick were not operated in parallel from LHR, that...
11th Jul 2015, 08:10
Replies: 3,499
Views: 1,209,086
Posted By Feet on ground

Only time will tell if they are making any money.

Only time will tell if they are making any money.
24th Apr 2013, 09:10
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Airship, no runway needed?

Airship, no runway needed?
24th Jan 2013, 10:00
Replies: 1,279
Views: 628,049
Posted By Feet on ground

I don't think it would be flybe deciding to drop...

I don't think it would be flybe deciding to drop the franchise (it's a revenue generator and competition limiter), more like why would you want to have your own BMIr brand and pay flybe to use...
3rd Jan 2013, 12:06
Replies: 278
Views: 123,298
Posted By Feet on ground

With AMS and CDG starting in February and being...

With AMS and CDG starting in February and being on sale, there must be a third ATR coming soon. Strange that BRS-JER is still showing as a Jetstream.
20th Dec 2012, 08:33
Replies: 3,499
Views: 1,209,086
Posted By Feet on ground

I have no experience of the Aspire lounge, but...

I have no experience of the Aspire lounge, but the A1 lounge in the NT is the best independently (non airline) run lounge I've ever been in, and I've been in lots!
22nd Nov 2011, 20:58
Replies: 104
Views: 34,192
Posted By Feet on ground

67 seats in each direction is a small fraction of...

67 seats in each direction is a small fraction of the number of empty seats Blue Islands has, thanks to swamping the market with excess capacity!
22nd Nov 2011, 14:41
Replies: 104
Views: 34,192
Posted By Feet on ground

Does anybody know if the inter island schedule...

Does anybody know if the inter island schedule that is now published for 2012 is the finished article? Or are there more flights to be added?

It doesn't look particularly good as is!
13th Nov 2011, 11:15
Replies: 104
Views: 34,192
Posted By Feet on ground

Maybe, but did they drop the right one?

Maybe, but did they drop the right one?
11th Nov 2011, 20:00
Replies: 104
Views: 34,192
Posted By Feet on ground

They've ditched everything else that doesn't...

They've ditched everything else that doesn't originate in Jersey, so GCI-SOU going would just be the last in a long line of Guernsey services dumped. Seems quite logical on that basis. Good news for...
11th Nov 2011, 11:38
Replies: 104
Views: 34,192
Posted By Feet on ground

Trislander Fleet Closing

Rumour today that all Trislander pilots have been made redundant from 4th December.

With the Trislander scheduled to do up to 7 inter island rotations a day, that's a lot of capacity going, or...
8th Feb 2011, 16:23
Replies: 1,534
Views: 611,497
Posted By Feet on ground

Better make my bookings for the summer straight...

Better make my bookings for the summer straight away then!
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