Imagine EUJet did not exist and Aer Arran wanted to fly from DUB
to UK airports. It would, I believe, be very feasible for it to initially fly an AT4 once-daily from DUB
from where it could fly, as a seperate flight, to AMS
, then back to MSE
and, again as a seperate flight, back to DUB
. This is based on traffic figures showing that MSE
are performing pretty poorly for a 100-seat jet, but would be far better - read: almost always full and with good yields - for a prop-driven machine with less than 50 seats.
"Everyone writing for the Telegraph knows that the way to grab eyeballs is with Ryanair and/or sex."