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Old 28th Sep 2009, 00:11
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I don't think the thread should be closed. Some people would like information on bmir. Perhaps the person who keeps hijacking the thread should be shown the door. Which is most likely what happened to him/her at the bmir interview.
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Old 30th Sep 2009, 23:22
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Just a thought.

l apologise for the deletion of several posts last weekend without explanation, Roy Hudd`s feelings l understand but my feeling is that Van G has the right approach.

You see, l worked for these people years ago and personal likes or dislikes don`t alter the fact that they are very good indeed at what they do.

Warm showers together after work are optional. Work is work.

I regret that l showed an accidentally received private message between two allegedly protaganistic pain in the bum strangers, but l did, and one has shut up. So that can`t be all bad.
Wouldn`t it be nice to have this thread reclaimed ?
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Old 2nd Oct 2009, 06:39
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to all at bmi

Q.E.D............................................
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Old 2nd Oct 2009, 06:41
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bb005

i'll be the last one out of bmi
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Old 2nd Oct 2009, 10:57
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that how good you are

it did'nt work cos i've a right to an opinion and so have all bb's.
we dont throw rattles out of pram's and call people rude names
we see things as they really are and don't encourage wannabe's with false promises.
when times are bad the first thing to go is the aircraft seat then the meal out,the new car,tv,clothes,phone,computer,weekly subscription to the beano,etc etc
so when your'e driving along the road or peddling cos you flogged the car to renew the ir and you see "two dine 5.99"things are bad
when interest rates climb above 10%
To all the hopefuls
It always comes to he who waits
but sadly it does'nt apply to aviation
bb12 3/4
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Old 5th Oct 2009, 00:45
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At the top of the page, click on the option "User CP"; on the menu on the left hand side, there is an option for buddy/ignore list.
Type the required name into the section to put a user on your ignore list, and you never have to read their posts again...
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Old 5th Oct 2009, 11:22
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c u next tuesday bilderberger

Thanks carlton, won't have to read that tripe anymore!

How's the winter schedule at bmir looking? Any more charters secured? Heard they may have some football flights?

Thanks

VG
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Old 7th Oct 2009, 11:18
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Has there been any further talk about this winters structure for Regional and any future plans. Is there work for the whole fleet this winter leading into next summer? As mentioned earlier a 3 year Plan was presented by the Management recently. Has any of this leaked out?
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Old 7th Oct 2009, 19:54
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The only thing leaking out at the moment is the RUMOUR that Flybe may take on BMI Regional by the end of the Winter schedual...........

But as I say...it is only rumour at this point.

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Old 7th Oct 2009, 20:09
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Loves profit thou!!!!
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Old 8th Oct 2009, 07:41
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Oh Suitcaseman

JF will be having a better time than the management at BMIr.

The company know that the scheme will be well recieved by the whole workforce. They are even running a couple of Dash TRs in the next 6 months so my guess is that the full set of options are not aimed at any of the flight crew.

For the record I now don't think Flybe are interested in BMIr they just want to look at the books out of interest and for a little publicity.

Roller
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Old 8th Oct 2009, 15:15
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News on the bmi website regarding the new CEO of the group. It also talks about his role in restructuring bmi for the future. Hope this is good news for regional and baby as well as mainline.
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Old 8th Oct 2009, 21:42
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l have to say, l am sorry, that any " restructuring " is never, ever good news for crews.

One of the laws of nature, l`m afraid.
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Old 11th Oct 2009, 10:23
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hey! they let me back in

it seems the site misses the truth now and again instead of what most people dreamed the previous night after those funny cigarettes.
austrian at the helm now which means wrong level ,and all the long handed spelling of waypoints etc etc
this is the winter of our discontent
heard comed has put a bid in for bmi regional
any truth in that?
its good to hear that rm is back
flown with him many times and it would be nice to know bmi has some finess at last.
Also the chester contract is up for grabs again!
flybe put bid in on friday
watch this space
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Old 11th Oct 2009, 16:13
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Bilderberger

Expand on the Chester contract again

What has happened or changed to that?
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Old 11th Oct 2009, 16:50
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I've also heard Flybe have put in for a contract very recently. Wasn't Chester though.
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Old 11th Oct 2009, 18:17
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From a usually reliable source within a large factory in North Wales its something to do with the company's uncertain future.

Rumour has it that "Dickie" from Humberland has been looking at the books and could be back in business there sooner than everyone thought

For a "Fleeting" moment (those in the know will get my drift) Better to let the contract go East again rather than letting it go West!
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Old 12th Oct 2009, 06:23
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Contract has already been extended!

You should be called turdberger because you talk shit!

d and f
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Old 12th Oct 2009, 09:32
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Any word on the winter structure and plans for next summer? Have the EGLL 145's been retained for mainline services for the winter and future?
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Old 12th Oct 2009, 11:44
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2 will be gone from LHR in March, and the rest will follow at some point after.

There seem to be no plans for re use at the moment, but we will find out only when new routes or bases appear on our roster. Hawarden was only admitted when crews were rostered there.

Was having a beer with the SVP of Airbus A380 wing (the top guy in Airbus UK), and he was very very happy with the new service provider. Very nice guy too.

D and F
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