|Quoting Behramjee (Reply 2):|
Y class fares are usually full fare economy...just goes to show how desperate they have become out of YYZ market.
|Quoting CRJ900 (Reply 3):|
What aircraft do they use?
|Quoting Quig (Reply 7):|
when are they starting EWR?
|Quoting Heathrow (Reply 6):|
The EY counters are always packed when I'm at YYZ late at night. I think they also rap up a lot of people on the SN codeshare.
|Quoting AirbusfanYYZ (Reply 4):|
EK would have been a better entrant into YYZ at this time with service to KHI, LHE, PEW, ISB, BOM, DEL, HYD, CCU, MAA, BLR, TRV, COK, CMB, and DAC.
|Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 13):|
Maybe a silly question, but, could we see EY flying AUH-YYZ non-stop in the mid term thanks to their 77Ws ??
|Quoting SNBru (Reply 15):|
What are the loads for this flight? Which percentage of the passengers go off the plane in BRU?
|Quoting Behramjee (Reply 18):|
EYs biggest problem at YYZ is the SN Brussels codeshare which blocks 80 seats for themselves on the BRU-YYZ-BRU route and they dont release these seats until 72 hrs before the flight leaves thus causing mayhem to EYs YYZ load factors.
|Quoting Behramjee (Reply 5):|
its not about where EY fly to from YYZ...the problem is that their route network planning dept has no concept of implementing an effective hub and spoke system at AUH.
From and to YYZ via AUH, their connections are as follows :
DEL - once a week only
BOM - twice a week only
KHI - thrice a week
LHE - once a week
ISB - twice a week
PEW - twice a week going from here to there but once a week
|Quoting Behramjee (Reply 17):|
I have been told by EY staff as well as AUH airline staff of other airlines that the yield that EY generates on its AUH-BRU-AUH route is very high with J & Y class each seeing consistent loads of 70-75% and F class 30-40%.