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How Many Daily London-New York Flights Are There?  
User currently offlineF.pier From Italy, joined Aug 2000, 1524 posts, RR: 9
Posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 31022 times:

I knor they're so many, but how many daily scheduled flights are there from London to New York?

63 replies: All unread, showing first 25:
 
User currently offlineSwiftski From Australia, joined Dec 2006, 2701 posts, RR: 2
Reply 1, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 31001 times:

Yesterday there were 39.

21 LHR-JFK

7 LHR-EWR

2 LGW-EWR

3 LGW-JFK

2 LTN-EWR

4 STN-JFK


User currently offlineMeta From United States of America, joined Aug 2005, 337 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 30983 times:

About 19 flights a day I think.
AA 115
DL 4
BA 117
VS 3
BA 175
AA 105
AI 111
BA 177
VS 45
KU 101
BA 113
VS 9
AA 131
BA 115
DL 2
VS 25
BA 179
AA 107
BA 173

This would make it
1. BA - 7 flights
2. VS and AA - 4 flights
3. DL - 2 flights
4. AI and KU - 1 flight

Total = 19 flights
Am I missing any?


User currently offlineAirAmericaC46 From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 590 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 30933 times:

Don't forget EO (Eos Airlines 757) 2 - 3 X daily JFK-STN

and Silverjet 767 daily EWR-STN

and Zoom Airlines 763 daily (1 day stopping at Bermuda)


User currently offlineSwiftski From Australia, joined Dec 2006, 2701 posts, RR: 2
Reply 4, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 30821 times:



Quoting Meta (Reply 2):
Total = 19 flights
Am I missing any?

Lots.

Se reply 1.


User currently offlineCommavia From United States of America, joined Apr 2005, 11641 posts, RR: 61
Reply 5, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 30793 times:



Quoting Meta (Reply 2):
2. VS and AA - 4 flights

Correction: AA has 5x JFK-LHR and LHR-JFK every day of the week except Saturday, when it is 4x.


User currently offlineMaddog888 From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2007, 162 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 30765 times:



Quoting Swiftski (Reply 1):

2 LTN-EWR

4 STN-JFK

However many people here in the UK - myself included  Smile - do not consider these to be true London airports. I know they have London in their names but that is really only for propaganda purposes. The only true London airports are Heathrow, Gatwick and City.

J


User currently offlineSwiftski From Australia, joined Dec 2006, 2701 posts, RR: 2
Reply 7, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 30739 times:

Quoting Maddog888 (Reply 6):
However many people here in the UK - myself included

I'm also in the UK, and disagree. As does IATA; hence the LON code.

Im sure some in the US don't consider EWR to be New York, but again, it's recognized under the NYC code.

Edit: by your rules there were 24 flights yesterday.

[Edited 2008-04-05 10:41:36]

User currently offline8herveg From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2006, 1198 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 30740 times:

British Airways (8 - JFK, 3 - EWR)

Virgin Atlantic (4 - JFK, 2 - EWR)

American Airlines (5 - LHR - JFK, 1 - STN - JFK)

Continental Airlines (2 - LHR - EWR, 1 - LGW - EWR)

Delta Airlines (2 - LHR - JFK, 1 - LGW - JFK)

Air India (1 - JFK)

Kuwait Airways (1 - JFK)

Silverjet (2 - EWR)

Zoom UK (1 - JFK)

Eos Airlines (3 - JFK)

So that is - 37


User currently offline8herveg From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2006, 1198 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 30670 times:



Quoting Maddog888 (Reply 6):
The only true London airports are Heathrow, Gatwick and City.

Luton is only 2 miles further away from London than Gatwick though....yet you think that Gatwick is a 'true London airport'?

Gatwick - 28 miles south

Luton - 30 miles north

Not really much in it?


User currently offlineF.pier From Italy, joined Aug 2000, 1524 posts, RR: 9
Reply 10, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 30641 times:

Absolutely astonishing.

And if you assume on average 350 seats per flight this means there are about 26.000 seats available on a daily basis between the two cities (if you consider both directions).


User currently offlineCommavia From United States of America, joined Apr 2005, 11641 posts, RR: 61
Reply 11, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 30577 times:



Quoting F.pier (Reply 10):
Absolutely astonishing.

And if you assume on average 350 seats per flight this means there are about 26.000 seats available on a daily basis between the two cities (if you consider both directions).

It truly is astonishing.

The levels of capacity traffic - to say nothing of profitability and prestige - on the air route between New York and London is virtually without equal anywhere else in the world.

These are, obviously, the world's two greatest cities (I would argue, though some would say there are others in the same league) and the economic, social, political and cultural ties between them are staggeringly immense.

It is nothing short of incredible.


User currently offlineMaddog888 From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2007, 162 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 30417 times:



Quoting 8herveg (Reply 9):

Luton is only 2 miles further away from London than Gatwick though....yet you think that Gatwick is a 'true London airport'?

Gatwick - 28 miles south

Luton - 30 miles north

Not really much in it?

But there always seems to be a bias against "the north"  duck 

Quoting Swiftski (Reply 7):

I'm also in the UK, and disagree. As does IATA; hence the LON code.

IATA - like I said propaganda; commercial propaganda but still propaganda. If they felt they could get away with it they would call Birmingham a London airport.

J


User currently offlineStylo777 From Germany, joined Feb 2006, 2976 posts, RR: 12
Reply 13, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 30402 times:

from Amadeus...



Carrier Flight From Depart To Arrive A/C St Frequency | Dur'n | Dep T | Arr T | Effect | Ending | Exceptions
--------- ------ ---- --------- ---- --------- ---- ---- ----------------------------------------------------------------
AA 115 LHR 08:30 JFK 11:00 777 0 1234567 07:30 3 8 30 Mar 25 Oct
DL 4 LHR 08:30 JFK 11:15 767 0 12345-7 07:45 4 3 31 Mar 04 Jun
DL 4 LHR 08:45 JFK 11:30 767 0 -----6- 07:45 4 3 05 Apr 31 May
BA 117 LHR 08:55 JFK 11:20 744 0 1234567 07:25 4 7 31 Mar 29 Apr
BA 185 LHR 08:55 EWR 11:40 777 0 1234567 07:45 4 B 04 Apr 16 Apr
VS 3 LHR 09:30 JFK 12:10 346 0 1234567 07:40 3 4 30 Mar 25 Oct
DL 6 LGW 09:45 JFK 12:45 752 0 1234567 08:00 N 3 02 Apr 04 Jun
Y7 101 LTN 10:00 EWR 13:00 762 0 1234567 08:00 - B 30 Mar 25 Oct
AA 125 STN 10:15 JFK 13:05 763 0 1234567 07:50 - 8 30 Mar 25 Oct
BA 175 LHR 10:25 JFK 12:55 744 0 1234567 07:30 4 7 31 Mar 29 Apr
CO 29 LHR 10:25 EWR 13:15 777 0 1234567 07:50 4 C 30 Mar 11 Jun
E0 1 STN 10:30 JFK 13:20 752 0 123456- 07:50 - 4 31 Mar 07 Jul
CO 115 LGW 10:30 EWR 13:55 757 0 1234567 08:25 N B 30 Mar 27 Apr
CO 117 LGW 11:30 EWR 14:55 757 0 1234567 08:25 - C 04 Apr 11 Apr
AA 105 LHR 12:00 JFK 14:40 777 0 1234567 07:40 3 8 30 Mar 13 Apr
E0 3 STN 13:00 JFK 15:50 752 0 1-----7 07:50 - 4 30 Mar 07 Jul
AI 111 LHR 13:40 JFK 16:05 77W 0 1234567 07:25 3 4 03 Apr 25 Oct
BA 177 LHR 13:40 JFK 16:10 744 0 1234567 07:30 4 7 04 Apr 11 Apr
VS 45 LHR 14:00 JFK 16:40 744 0 1234567 07:40 3 4 30 Mar 25 Oct
BA 189 LHR 14:40 EWR 17:30 777 0 12345-7 07:50 4 B 04 Apr 20 Apr
BA 189 LHR 14:40 EWR 17:55 767 0 -----6- 08:15 4 B 05 Apr 26 Apr
KU 101 LHR 15:30 JFK 18:20 777 0 -2-4-6- 07:50 3 4 01 Apr 29 Apr
BA 113 LHR 15:40 JFK 18:15 744 0 1234567 07:35 4 7 04 Apr 11 Apr
VS 9 LHR 15:55 JFK 18:50 346 0 --3-5-- 07:55 3 4 02 Apr 30 Apr
E0 5 STN 16:00 JFK 18:50 752 0 -2--5-7 06:50 - 4 01 Apr 02 May
VS 1 LHR 16:00 EWR 18:40 744 0 1234567 07:40 3 B 30 Mar 30 Apr
VS 9 LHR 16:00 JFK 18:55 346 0 12-4-67 07:55 3 4 30 Mar 29 Apr
CO 19 LHR 16:00 EWR 19:15 762 0 1234567 08:15 4 C 30 Mar 25 Oct
AA 131 LHR 16:35 JFK 19:25 777 0 1234567 07:50 3 8 30 Mar 25 Oct
BA 115 LHR 16:55 JFK 19:35 744 0 ---4--- 07:40 4 7 03 Apr 24 Apr
BA 115 LHR 17:00 JFK 19:35 744 0 123-567 07:35 4 7 04 Apr 11 Apr
DL 2 LHR 17:05 JFK 20:10 767 0 12345-7 08:05 4 3 30 Mar 24 Oct
DL 2 LHR 17:15 JFK 20:20 767 0 -----6- 08:05 4 3 05 Apr 18 Oct
Y7 105 LTN 18:00 EWR 21:00 762 0 12345-7 08:00 - B 01 Apr 16 Apr
VS 25 LHR 18:00 JFK 21:00 346 0 1234567 08:00 3 4 30 Mar 25 Oct
BA 179 LHR 18:05 JFK 20:35 744 0 1234567 07:30 4 7 04 Apr 11 Apr
AA 107 LHR 18:30 JFK 21:20 777 0 1234567 07:50 3 8 30 Mar 25 Oct
E0 7 STN 18:30 JFK 21:20 752 0 1-345-7 07:50 - 4 30 Mar 10 Apr Fri 11 Apr
BA 187 LHR 18:40 EWR 21:55 767 0 12345-7 08:15 4 B 30 Mar 29 Apr
BA 173 LHR 19:40 JFK 22:20 777 0 1234567 07:40 4 7 03 Apr 17 Apr
BA 183 LHR 20:00 JFK 22:30 744 0 12345-7 07:30 4 7 03 Apr 29 Apr
AA 141 LHR 20:05 JFK 22:50 777 0 12345-7 07:45 3 8 30 Mar 24 Oct
VS 17 LHR 20:25 EWR 23:05 346 0 1234567 07:40 3 B 30 Mar 25 Oct


User currently offlineUAEflyer From United Arab Emirates, joined Nov 2006, 1084 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 30257 times:

Waw, i would say this is the most number of flights between two international cities.
Is it DXB that comes after New York from London ??
EK - 5 LHR, 3 LGW
BA- 3 LHR
VS- 1 LHR
Silver Jet- 1 STN
Biman- 1 LHR
Royal Brunei- 1 LHR


User currently offlineSwiftski From Australia, joined Dec 2006, 2701 posts, RR: 2
Reply 15, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 30218 times:



Quoting UAEflyer (Reply 14):
Is it DXB that comes after New York from London ??

Dublin, with 54 / daily actually has more flights than to NYC


User currently offlinePizzaandplanes From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 29417 times:



Quoting F.pier (Reply 10):
And if you assume on average 350 seats per flight this means there are about 26.000 seats available on a daily basis between the two cities (if you consider both directions).

I would be surprised if the average is that high! Remember, Eos and Silverjet are only 48 seats. CO operates 757's to LGW which are only 210 and the 767 max capacity is around 220.

I think the average is more or less around 275.


User currently offlineA380US From United States of America, joined Mar 2007, 2358 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (6 years 5 months 3 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 29139 times:



Quoting Swiftski (Reply 7):
Im sure some in the US don't consider EWR to be New York, but again, it's recognized under the NYC code.


I dont but its probably because I' m on Long Island



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User currently offlineKLMD11L From New Zealand, joined Dec 2007, 123 posts, RR: 4
Reply 18, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 28000 times:

LON-NYC 37 flights.
LON-DXB 15 flights.
LON-SAN 0 flights!!! How unfair, Can't wait 'til Zoom start their SAN-LGW service.



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User currently offlineNEMA From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2006, 717 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 27991 times:



Quoting F.pier (Thread starter):
how many daily scheduled flights are there from London to New York

Well a fair few answers here and i,m not surprised at the numbers however, as a subject matter it is a little dull without purpose so just for matter of further interest, why would you want to know?



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User currently offlineKennyK From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2005, 482 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 27904 times:

Just been checking up on other flights to JFK and EWR from the UK regional airports:

Manchester
BA/AA - 1 767 JFK
Continental - 2 757 EWR
Delta - 1 767 JFK or on days when this flight does not run a PIA 777

Birmingham - Continental - 1 757 EWR
Bristol - Continental - 1 757 EWR
Edinburgh - Continental - 2 757 EWR
Glasgow - Continental - 1 757 EWR
Belfast - Continental - 1 757 EWR

That makes a total of 10 daily flights non-stop to either JFK or EWR, the Continental 757s seating plan is 16 business/159 economy (175 total). The 767 wont be much more and the PIA 777 is from Pakistan so will not have many spare seats available onwards to NY. So a rough figure of about 1,750 seats a day is probably quite close, only a fraction of the 26,000 a day from the 'London' airports.

Also to be taken into account is LHR and LGW have a mass of flights to other US airports, the regionals do not so if you want to go elsewhere in the US from the regions you have to change at JFK/EWR or go to LHR/LGW, I think this makes the difference even greater between the seats from the regions compared to those from London airports.

I have thought for a few years now that Manchester WITH TWO RUNWAYS should be turned into the UKs third gateway after LHR/LGW but the system is so tunnel visioned its amazing hence STN has taken off.

WE DONT ALL LIVE IN BLOODY LONDON BAA/BA  banghead 


User currently offlineApollo13 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 27705 times:

Now we are only askingthe question about New York London Flights, but are there flights to New York and return from other airports in England such as Manchester, Birmingham. If so then how many flights from England as a whole are there to New York? And then just for fun How many Flights are there a day (on average just to be simple) to the US from England and return as well?

User currently offlineLHR777 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 27547 times:



Quoting Apollo13 (Reply 21):
Now we are only askingthe question about New York London Flights, but are there flights to New York and return from other airports in England such as Manchester, Birmingham. If so then how many flights from England as a whole are there to New York? And then just for fun How many Flights are there a day (on average just to be simple) to the US from England and return as well?

Post 20 has your answers sir. Most service to the UK regions from NY (EWR) is on Continental Airlines. They serve 8 UK cites - LHR, LGW, BRS, BHX, MAN, GLA, EDI and BFS.


User currently offlineDamian From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2005, 245 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 27452 times:



Quoting KennyK (Reply 20):
edinburgh - Continental - 2 757 EWR

You can add Delta - 1 757 JFK to the EDI list too.


User currently offline8herveg From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2006, 1198 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (6 years 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 27189 times:



Quoting KennyK (Reply 20):
Delta - 1 767 JFK or on days when this flight does not run a PIA 777

The Delta flight runs every day! And it is by a B757 now. PIA aren't there to step in if Delta do not run....Delta always run it! The PIA service is a completly different flight and runs I think about 4 x a week!


25 Razza74 : Just a thought, Could someone with a bit know work out total flights capacity etc for SYD - MEL as there are alot of flights Razza74
26 Xtoler : How 'bout ya, Maddog888, I'm with you on that. I can kind of see calling Gatwick and Heathrow London as they are close, or at least close by American
27 TN757Flyer : Unless they have given new definition to a place where airplanes land and take off, then, yes they are airports. Just because they are not as well se
28 Meta : Is this the route that QF operates every half and hour?
29 Swiftski : See 8herveg's valid point: Also, 38 miles to Stansted. However if you are needing to go to East London then Stansted is a better option than Heathrow
30 CXfirst : Using Stylo777's info: BA - 8 747's - 2328 seats (high-density business) 3 777's - 687 seats (4-class [Y+]) 1 767 - 180 seats BA total seats = 3195 V
31 Razza74 : Yes, some frequencies are at 15min intervals Razza74
32 F.pier : I meant 26.000 for both directions. But 9.200 x 2 = 18.400 which is a quite big number,,,,
33 Misbeehavin : Seems like there are 68 flights MEL-SYD tomorrow (Monday): Flight D MEL A SYD Equip QF 400 06:00 07:20 763 DJ 801 06:00 07:20 73G DJ 803 06:15 07:35
34 B747forever : Jeez, that is really many flights. Every 30minutes there is a QF flight.
35 ACW367 : From the City of London - the financial heart, Gatwick is the quickest to get too, followed by Luton, with Heathrow trailing in third place. By rail
36 Cedarjet : AIRLINES WHO USED TO FLY LON-NYC. Before I get on to answer some stuff raised so far, how about this? Alitalia flew LHR-JFK with DC8s (from Rome of co
37 CoolGuy : Gatwick is such a pain to get to. Luton is great. Heatrow not too good. If I could go EWR-LTN or JFK-LTN in economy class, I'd be very happy!
38 Naritaflyer : Did you get over it? Now, that's nothing and pales compared with Tokyo-Sapporo and Tokyo-Fukuoka.
39 Swiftski : Each of them have direct train service to London.
40 Signol : Not only that, but it's the same train line! Thameslink, or whatever it's called now. At Gatwick, the station is part of the terminal building, but a
41 AirbusA6 : Gatwick is in many ways the best connected of all London airports, with fast trains from both London Bridge and Victoria, and direct rail links to mu
42 Cedarjet : Oh yeah, I just flew Air-India from JFK to LHR the other week, $219 one way inc tax. Wonderful flight. When the weather is cold, except December. Feb
43 Naritaflyer : How do you figure 26,000 daily? Plus, not all flights have 350 seats as many are on B767s and some on B757s. If you want to be astonished I did this
44 Ikramerica : Yeah, but that's a domestic, short haul flight segment. It's really impressive to see that much capacity on a route, but it's not the same as seeing
45 KHI747 : After New York,which city (long haul/outside of Europe) sees the highest number of frequencies from LON.I would imagine with 15 daily flights it would
46 Viscount724 : I thought HND-CTS was still the world's busiest air route in number of passengers.It was for many years. Has it now fallen behind HND-FUK? The last t
47 WunalaYann : Not enough. Signed, The Heathrow Expansion Support Group.
48 Swiftski : HKG is also up there will 11. LAX has 10. ORD has 13.
49 Misbeehavin : New York averages 25 flights per day from London Dubai - 15 Chicago - 13 Hong Kong - 11 Los Angeles, Washington - 9 Bombay, Toronto - 8 Singapore - 7
50 B747forever : Have you count with the new AF service?? People tends to miss it.
51 CXfirst : I'll do that!!! 30x DJ 73G - 4680 seats 28x QF 763 - 7112 seats 7x QF 73H - 1176 seats 1x UA 744 - 347 seats 1x JQ 332 - 303 seats Total daily seats
52 Misbeehavin : I did. But I forgot AA's second summer flight, so yea, it's 10 flights: BA 279 10:05-13:10 744 UA 935 10:35-13:48 777 AA 137 11:25-14:40 777 VS 007 1
53 Ikramerica : ? Post 1 details 39 on one day. No way the average is 25.
54 Misbeehavin : Ugh! Something clearly wrong with me today! LHRJFK AA 115 08:30-11:00 777 LHRJFK DL 004 08:30-11:15 767 LHRJFK BA 117 08:55-11:20 744 LHREWR BA 185 0
55 SQ452 : Someone should figure out the number of flights from London (LGW, LHR, STN, etc.) to the US on a daily basis, i'm sure it is in the 100's - 200's.
56 LHStarAlliance : Well a bit off-topic : And how many America-Europe flights daily ? Constantin
57 Swiftski : I don't envy this person!
58 Bobnwa : I think since you guys thought it up you ought to do the work. We would be glad to know!!!
59 8herveg : Really? You think there is demand for more LON - NYC flights? I think that third VS flight is meant to be AA....VS don't operate 777s yet! Lol.
60 B747forever : Jeez, guys take it easy now. Soon someone will ask how many flights there is to the US from any point in the world.
61 Ikramerica : That's probably easier to find, as I'm sure it's in some government table somewhere: domestic flights, international flights, total flights.
62 WunalaYann : My point is the exact opposite. I was just being sarcastic. I do not support the extension of LHR at all...
63 Babybus : Too many. Let's hope the introduction of the A380 mops up some of these rotations and fares will fairly reflect the distance. I'd be interested to see
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