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Topic: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: Gkirk
Posted 2006-03-17 10:30:46 and read 1901 times.

G-TCKE has now left the TCX fleet on lease to Condor as D-AICN; Here's a pic of it @ MAN;
http://www.ringwayreports.co.uk/D-AICN_DN_160306.jpg

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: TriStar500
Posted 2006-03-17 10:41:54 and read 1893 times.

Not surprising, given the fact that DE is starting a lot of new CityShuttle flights ex MUC as some sort of "customized LCC-solution" for LH's Munich hub. I wonder, if we will see any migration into the other direction, e.g. a B753 going to TCX this summer.

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: GodBless
Posted 2006-03-17 11:43:58 and read 1855 times.

I just hope they remove the Thomas Koch titles... We were glad that we didn't have to see them in Germany for quite some time now.

Good to know that they are expanding again, just too bad it's DE Berlin and not "classic".

Max

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: TriStar500
Posted 2006-03-17 12:22:02 and read 1821 times.

Quoting GodBless (Reply 2):
Good to know that they are expanding again, just too bad it's DE Berlin and not "classic".

As you will know regarding Condor Berlin: a Penny saved is a Penny earned.  Smile

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: Jmc757
Posted 2006-03-17 16:47:02 and read 1740 times.

Is this aircraft being replaced with anything or is the UK fleet losing an aircraft? Also what base has the aircraft been lost from. I heard EMA is being upgraded to a 757, although I thought that was starting Winter 2006, or will Summer 06 be a 757 too? (that would be sweet as I'm flying from EMA with TCX in June)

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: Gkirk
Posted 2006-03-17 16:49:29 and read 1738 times.

TCX are getting an ex FCA 757-200 I believe

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: Jmc757
Posted 2006-03-17 19:17:27 and read 1677 times.

Quoting Gkirk (Reply 5):
TCX are getting an ex FCA 757-200 I believe

Ah yes, according to Jethro's G-OOOY will become G-TCBA for delivery in May. Fingers crossed EMA is a 757 for Summer as well!

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: Jetset7E7
Posted 2006-03-17 19:27:40 and read 1662 times.

Is G-TCKE a permenant transfer to Condor or just a summer lease? I flew on G-TCKE last October, very nice aircraft inside.

Mark

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: LTU932
Posted 2006-03-17 22:12:56 and read 1611 times.

Quoting GodBless (Reply 2):
I just hope they remove the Thomas Koch titles...

I agree. It shouldn't be hard to put those DE titles, replacing the old TCX one.

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: MUCflieger
Posted 2006-03-17 22:47:21 and read 1589 times.

Quoting TriStar500 (Reply 1):
Not surprising, given the fact that DE is starting a lot of new CityShuttle flights ex MUC as some sort of "customized LCC-solution" for LH's Munich hub.

I just booked MUC-BRU-MUC in april for one day.
total fare:18€ return incl. all taxes, fuel surcharges, check-in fee, gangway charge and paper-ticket avoidance fee!

www.cityfliegen.de

 bigthumbsup 

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: A342
Posted 2006-03-17 23:16:25 and read 1567 times.

Quoting MUCflieger (Reply 9):
I just booked MUC-BRU-MUC in april for one day.
total fare:18€ return incl. all taxes, fuel surcharges, check-in fee, gangway charge and paper-ticket avoidance fee!

Return on the same day ? According to the Condor website this isn´t possible.

But if it is, which day are you flying ? If it´s on a weekend, I´d join !

Topic: RE: TCX A320 Emigrates To Condor
Username: Gkirk
Posted 2006-03-18 01:47:26 and read 1541 times.

Any truth in the rumour that NCL will get a 3rd 752 based?


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