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11th Mar 2014, 22:20
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Posted By EuroWings

Aside from BE/BA, what about VS? They're back on...

Aside from BE/BA, what about VS? They're back on the short-haul scene and it's a bit of extra cash for them. Sure ATRs out of SEN isn't that glamorous, but neither was the Viscount to Maastricht (?)...
7th Jan 2013, 15:47
Replies: 181
Views: 83,756
Posted By EuroWings

Doesn't really surprise me, Berlin never really...

Doesn't really surprise me, Berlin never really has lived up to the whole German efficiency model!
21st Dec 2012, 09:50
Replies: 2,748
Views: 758,203
Posted By EuroWings

I must admit I was a bit surprised to see routes...

I must admit I was a bit surprised to see routes like LHR - Alicante on BA being launched, but I wouldn't be surprised if BA can make these routes work, especially at certain times where demand for...
31st Aug 2012, 13:07
Replies: 3,839
Views: 1,239,536
Posted By EuroWings

Where does bmi fit in here? Dublin isn't a BA...

Where does bmi fit in here? Dublin isn't a BA start up. The services out of Heathrow T1 don't seem to have changed all that much since the takeover, the only changes I noticed was the aircraft's...
23rd Aug 2012, 11:41
Replies: 146
Views: 45,951
Posted By EuroWings

It was showing as an A319 on the timetable, which...

It was showing as an A319 on the timetable, which Monarch doesn't have (at least not at the moment). :confused:




Jet2's 737s have fully refurbished interiors, they're very snazzy and red ...
1st Aug 2012, 11:22
Replies: 14
Views: 2,452
Posted By EuroWings

Berlin Tegel comes to mind from the description...

Berlin Tegel comes to mind from the description in the OP, which is indeed living on borrowed time. Each gate has its own check-in desks, individual security channel, immigration desk for arrivals...
26th Jul 2012, 19:32
Replies: 3,939
Views: 963,950
Posted By EuroWings

I've been using Manchester for over 20 years now...

I've been using Manchester for over 20 years now and this has never been an issue. If you're willing to book at least a few days in advance, Manchester has some of the cheapest on-site and off-site...
26th Jul 2012, 14:13
Replies: 3,939
Views: 963,950
Posted By EuroWings

Well, yes an 11 year old is not really a small...

Well, yes an 11 year old is not really a small child, so without trying to blame anyone here, how come this alleged family didn't notice him tagging along? While yes lessons will have to be learned...
26th Jul 2012, 13:22
Replies: 3,939
Views: 963,950
Posted By EuroWings

Think about it, he's an eleven year old and it's...

Think about it, he's an eleven year old and it's the start of the school holidays so Terminal 1 is packed out with families and groups. Kids often aren't trusted to keep hold of their own boarding...
25th Jul 2012, 14:56
Replies: 3,939
Views: 963,950
Posted By EuroWings

Indeed, security checkpoints at airports in the...

Indeed, security checkpoints at airports in the UK and much of Europe are only interested in seeing boarding passes. The same is not true in America, however, where ID/passport checks are mandatory...
24th Jun 2012, 22:23
Replies: 29
Views: 3,922
Posted By EuroWings

This isn't quite true I would say. Air France...

This isn't quite true I would say. Air France mainline has bases in Marseille, Nice and Toulouse, each with a range of international short-haul flights that don't involve Paris. Lufty has hubs in...
19th Jun 2012, 13:05
Replies: 1,279
Views: 637,163
Posted By EuroWings

There's quite a few E145 flights in the US with...

There's quite a few E145 flights in the US with block times of more than 3h30m! :yuk:
19th Jun 2012, 11:39
Replies: 29
Views: 3,922
Posted By EuroWings

That does make sense, but how do you calculate...

That does make sense, but how do you calculate the city populations?

For example in Manchester, do you go on the population of the conurbation (which is high) or on the population of the actual...
19th Jun 2012, 10:15
Replies: 29
Views: 3,922
Posted By EuroWings

Devil The UK is actually very similar to Germany in...

The UK is actually very similar to Germany in terms of population density - 244 people per km2 in the UK vs. 233 per km2 in Germany. Yes, it's bigger on the whole, but the two major LH hubs of FRA...
8th Jun 2012, 10:21
Replies: 54
Views: 7,151
Posted By EuroWings

Unless of course your connection involves a bus...

Unless of course your connection involves a bus transfer from T5 to T3, which it will do for some connections or Oneworld/codeshare flights. BA cannot offer 1-stop services from the regions to...
7th Jun 2012, 22:05
Replies: 54
Views: 7,151
Posted By EuroWings

I am fully aware of why these services exist. I...

I am fully aware of why these services exist. I never mentioned international, just that France had long haul services from their regions. It was just in response to the idea that the UK had more...
7th Jun 2012, 13:33
Replies: 54
Views: 7,151
Posted By EuroWings

I disagree actually about Munich. It's very much...

I disagree actually about Munich. It's very much LH's second hub, with a large dedicated terminal for them and their Star partners. Passengers heading from, say, India to the US often have the choice...
24th May 2012, 13:34
Replies: 3,930
Views: 1,849,574
Posted By EuroWings

In the Aer Arann fleet, there's quite a...

In the Aer Arann fleet, there's quite a difference between the 20 year old ATR-42s and the much newer ATR-72s.

Never been on a Saab 2000, but I have been on the similar looking BAe ATP.
24th May 2012, 06:09
Replies: 3,930
Views: 1,849,574
Posted By EuroWings

The Q400 is still top of its class when it comes...

The Q400 is still top of its class when it comes to turboprops in terms of speed and noise levels, try a Fokker 50 or an ATR42 (both flown from the UK and Ireland) and then see that the Q400 isn't...
18th May 2012, 22:28
Replies: 11
Views: 1,930
Posted By EuroWings

Realistically, I reckon the future of European...

Realistically, I reckon the future of European legacy carriers is consolidation into groups. In the face of sharply rising costs and fierce short-haul competition from the LCCs, smaller players are...
28th Mar 2012, 08:19
Replies: 3,142
Views: 716,725
Posted By EuroWings

This was along the lines I was thinking about Van...

This was along the lines I was thinking about Van Air and FLM, but some posters seemed quite critical about the LETs so I did wonder if there was more to them than meets the eye.

I didn't mean to...
28th Mar 2012, 06:17
Replies: 3,142
Views: 716,725
Posted By EuroWings

Of course I know about the Manx2 incidents...

Of course I know about the Manx2 incidents involving operators other than Van Air but I was wondering about Van Air as they seem (from an outsiders point of view) to have operated the LETs out of BLK...
27th Mar 2012, 18:48
Replies: 3,142
Views: 716,725
Posted By EuroWings

What's wrong with the Van Air LETs? Just curious...

What's wrong with the Van Air LETs? Just curious as I am flying on one to IOM next month...:cool:
26th Mar 2012, 16:38
Replies: 9
Views: 5,725
Posted By EuroWings

The Q400 is pretty comfortable and quiet as far...

The Q400 is pretty comfortable and quiet as far as turboprops go. A Fokker 50 (among many others) is much louder...



You've obviously never been on an Embraer 145 or CRJ 200, both jets but they...
19th Feb 2012, 17:17
Replies: 3,930
Views: 1,849,574
Posted By EuroWings

Hi, I wonder if anyone could help me with...

Hi, I wonder if anyone could help me with identifying which aircraft will operate a flight. I am flying with a very nervous passenger from Hanover to Manchester, who would like to avoid a turboprop...
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