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Old 24th Oct 2020, 13:18
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Start up out of BHX.? Anyone know anything about them. Website implies the 332?
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Clearly a child playing on their computer.
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Well, it's not me...
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Old 25th Oct 2020, 12:07
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Here we go again! At least it'll be competition for Jason and his Atmosfarce Air.
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Start up out of BHX.? Anyone know anything about them. Website implies the 332?
Any links please,need a laugh
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https://hansairways.com/index.html

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BHX-MXP on a A332!! Say no more........
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I thought i'd seen this before...

Hans Airways

Same comments too, funnily enough!
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When I was but a young lad I did a project at school in which I proposed linking about 10 towns in Northeast England on some kind of totally fanciful "bus stop" air service.

Thankfully the internet wasn't around back then, so I didn't feel the necessity to broadcast my fantasy idea (which I'm sure I thought at the time was quite feasible) to a wider, and quite rightly sceptical audience.
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When I was a young lad I started an airline with a fleet of Airfix 1/72 scale Fokker F-27s. I called it Air UK and it had a blue and red livery. This must have been some 17 years or so before Air Anglia rebranded as Air-UK with a new blue and red livery.
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Old 27th Oct 2020, 17:24
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Originally Posted by ATNotts View Post
When I was but a young lad I did a project at school in which I proposed linking about 10 towns in Northeast England on some kind of totally fanciful "bus stop" air service.

Thankfully the internet wasn't around back then, so I didn't feel the necessity to broadcast my fantasy idea (which I'm sure I thought at the time was quite feasible) to a wider, and quite rightly sceptical audience.
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That would not be the Air Anglia round the North Sea model would it. Only used it once as my flight back to UK got diverted to Amsterdam, and was sent on the Air Anglia "Wells Fargo" service to the NE stopping at Great Yarmouth , Leeds Bradford, Newcastle (where I came off though it could have been Teeside) and I think it then went onto Edinburgh and Aberdeen. It was a long time ago around 1972 perhaps and bloody long trip to school.
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That would not be the Air Anglia round the North Sea model would it. Only used it once as my flight back to UK got diverted to Amsterdam, and was sent on the Air Anglia "Wells Fargo" service to the NE stopping at Great Yarmouth , Leeds Bradford, Newcastle (where I came off though it could have been Teeside) and I think it then went onto Edinburgh and Aberdeen. It was a long time ago around 1972 perhaps and bloody long trip to school.
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Mr Mac,

No, it was Northumberland and Yorkshire!! Given the state of regional rail connections in the North of England these days I think I might resurrecting the idea and pitch it to Dragons Den!!
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Old 27th Oct 2020, 20:23
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Management team:

https://hansairways.com/static/managementTeam.html
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Seems an Everage sort of board...
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Satnam Singh Saini - CEO:-

Lists among his achievements the Monarch Airline and FlyJet charter flights. The Monarch series operated for a handful of weeks between EMA and India, can't recall where but I guess Amritsar. I can't remember too much about the FlyJet operation, perhaps from BHX., There has to be an enormous gulf between flogging seats through backstreet travel agencies in Leicester and Birmingham, and operating your own aircraft on scheduled services.
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Seems an Everage sort of board...
As in "Dame Edna Everage" ??
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Old 28th Oct 2020, 11:45
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Here we go again! At least it'll be competition for Jason and his Atmosfarce Air.
Not a competitor for our esteemed JU? Surely not!

Just a bit more behind this setup https://find-and-update.company-info...mpany/12278146. Bit more than a lad, his Mum and some stray dogs!!!!
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Accomodation address maybe?
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