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Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:25 am

Interesting developments this month in the aviation industry of Greece and Cyprus  

- Qatar announces flights between ATH & JFK   

- Easyjet just announced 2 weekly flights from LCA to MXP starting at the end of March, with Hermes airports negotiating ryanair's next flights from Cyprus for the summer. Also, Easyjet will introduce MAN from SKG and CDG from CFU (seasonal).

- What's going on with Skygreece Airlines and Hellas Airlines?

- Emirates upgraded its LCA flights to an a340.. How are the loads on the flights?

- Air France announced seasonal flights to ATH from Nice, Toulouse & Marseille

- Cyprus Airways! What's going on? Still hearing some rumors about MEA and Aeroflot taking over, what do you think?

- IB decides to leave ATH  

Anything more that you believe needs to be discussed, just comment  
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 10:25 am

EK is actually going to use a 777-200 on the DXB-LCA-MLA route in 2013, so loads must be pretty good.
Where have all the tri-jets gone...
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 11:26 am

Does that aircraft have first class seats as well? EK dominates the Cyprus-Asia/Africa/Oceania market and many consider them for flights to the US. They've established their name here for sure  
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:01 pm

The three regional non ER models do not have first , however the six ER aircraft do have seating for 12 first class passengers.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:39 pm

I guess Cyprus gets one of the regional ones. There s quite a huge difference in the number of available seats between the a340 and the 777-200! is most of the traffic towards LCA?
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:44 pm

Was looking at the BA LHR-LCA flights for next summer, and looks like the outbound will become an overnight flight.
Traditionally this has always been a daytime flight.....
alot less appealing now ... 22.30 ex LHR 0500 LCA. ...
very little chance to get some sleep on a short 4 1/2 hour overnighter...
+ it now looks like the aircraft will sit at LCA for 6 hiurs prior to the return ex LCA1100 -1400 LHR.

Shame.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:46 pm

Does that mean that this will make connections easier? Because before if you wanted to connect on a BA flight you had to stay overnight in London. Also, is it with an a320 or are they staying with the 767?
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:52 pm

Yep connections are easier now.. must a response to the VS-CY agreement which must have seen them lose alot of US bound traffic from Cyprus. However, it still doesn't make sense to leave their 767 grounded for so long in LCA.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:26 pm

Emirates timetable shows 3 Class 772 (That's ER) with FJY from February.

These are A6-EMI A6-EMH A6-EMG A6-EMJ A6-EMK and A6- EML

F=12 J=42 Y=220 that's an uplift of just 7 in Y (Economy) over the A343 (Both F and J are identical !)and thats shared with Malta !

However the 772 has significant cargo uplift over the A343
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:29 pm

Quoting rutankrd (Reply 8):
F=12 J=42 Y=220 that's an uplift of just 7 in Y (Economy) over the A343 (Both F and J are identical !)and thats shared with Malta !

I was looking at the ones without First class seats and they offer 304 economy seats thats why i said its a huge difference. And i know its shared with Malta but i was asking if there is more demand for LCA than for MLA.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:38 pm

Quoting VCy (Reply 7):
Yep connections are easier now.. must a response to the VS-CY agreement which must have seen them lose alot of US bound traffic from Cyprus. However, it still doesn't make sense to leave their 767 grounded for so long in LCA.


Its almost certainly a slot usage issue at LHR. A 6-7 am LCA departure would use up a valuable early morning Trans Atlantic slot.

Arrivals at LHR between 1 and 3-30 PM are the lowest value/cost yet still allow connections onto the late afternoon trans Atlantic departures block.

What it does mean is a Looooong wait going east for many from the US/Canada- To Cyprus (Need a book and plenty of spending money for refreshments in T5/T3

[Edited 2012-12-09 07:47:17]
 
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Sun Dec 09, 2012 3:46 pm

Quoting VCy (Reply 9):
I was looking at the ones without First class seats and they offer 304 economy seats thats why i said its a huge difference. And i know its shared with Malta but i was asking if there is more demand for LCA than for MLA.

I understood that was your thought process , really through the move is likely driven by boxes rather than pax.

I suspect LCA generates the majority of PAX and east bound perishable cargo, however Malta takes much of the inbound cargo including consignments transferred on to Libya.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Sun Dec 09, 2012 4:00 pm

Quoting rutankrd (Reply 10):
Arrivals at LHR between 1 and 3-30 PM are the lowest value/cost yet still allow connections onto the late afternoon trans Atlantic departures block.

What it does mean is a Looooong wait going east for many from the US/Canada- To Cyprus (Need a book and plenty of spending money for refreshments in T5/T3

I have a feeling that the CY and VS flights will be more popular. They have promoted it very well in Cyprus, but either way there is strong demand for London itself to fill up the flights  
Quoting rutankrd (Reply 11):
I suspect LCA generates the majority of PAX and east bound perishable cargo, however Malta takes much of the inbound cargo including consignments transferred on to Libya.

I've always wondered how much demand there is for MLA from DXB from EK's network. I know for sure that they have very very very low fares between LCA & MLA, making it very popular with Cypriots.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:16 am

Quoting VCy (Reply 12):
I have a feeling that the CY and VS flights will be more popular. They have promoted it very well in Cyprus, but either way there is strong demand for London itself to fill up the flights

The 14:00 arrival of BA at LHR practically means that passengers may connect to transatlantic flights departing after 15:30 taking into account the guidance for 90 connection time between T3 and T5 (unless LCA is moved back to T5???).

The 22:30 departure from LHR is indeed less appealing as any passengers arriving from transatlantic flights will have to wait for quite long time until their departure for LCA.

I have traveled twice on the BA to/from LCA during the last 10 months and both times the a/c was parked at a remote stand and buses were used for boarding/de-boarding. Is BA only using remote stands at T3 or was it just coincidence?
CY@Uk
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:39 am

Aegean will be moving its Heathrow flights to Gatwick and they will be also launching night flights to Kiev.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:51 pm

Does anyone have any information with the flights to China that are supposed to start next year?
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:25 pm

Quoting VCy (Reply 15):

All I know is that they are supposed to fly to Paphos, not Larnaca.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:32 pm

That's what i've heard too.. I d like to see Hainan operate the flights but it will probably be one of the skyteam carriers. I think it shoud of been LCA!
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:08 pm

Quoting VCy (Reply 17):
That's what i've heard too.. I d like to see Hainan operate the flights but it will probably be one of the skyteam carriers. I think it shoud of been LCA!

If the above realizes, it will definitely have to be out of LCA if Business Customers are targeted.

Speaking for LCA, it is quite interesting that many of Europe's large carriers do not fly to LCA.

Some of them include:

Air France
KLM (code shares with CY on LCA-AMS flights)
Iberia (or Iberia Express which surprisingly flew to Mykonos over summer 2012)
Air Berlin
Germanwings

I am wondering why this happens whilst many of the above carriers fly to other "smaller" destinations in Europe.
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:22 pm

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 18):
Speaking for LCA, it is quite interesting that many of Europe's large carriers do not fly to LCA.

Some of them include:

Air France
KLM (code shares with CY on LCA-AMS flights)
Iberia (or Iberia Express which surprisingly flew to Mykonos over summer 2012)
Air Berlin
Germanwings

                        Thnak you!!! That's what i dont get either!!
Air France and Iberia especially! I mean Paris has very very strong demand from LCA and Spain is one of the most popular destinations and yet there are no direct services       The demand was proved with ryanair's flights to Girona which were always full. I dont get it!   
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:59 pm

SkyTeam's lack of service to LCA from Europe is quite annoying to me personally as well. Only TAROM serves Cyprus directly from a European airport, albeit with an inferior product, their old 737-300s.  
Where have all the tri-jets gone...
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:04 pm

Agreed! Hopefully this will change given CY's strong bond with SkyTeam  
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:44 pm

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 18):
Air Berlin

If I am not mistaken they fly during the summer from Nuremberg.

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 18):
If the above realizes, it will definitely have to be out of LCA if Business Customers are targeted.

Well, the deal is to bring most of the Chinese tourists to Paphos, so I guess that is why they are not going to be flying to Larnaca.

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 18):
Air France

Well Transavia flew from Orly to Larnaca this summer, I guess Air France has no interest. Also, Cyprus Airways isn't even flying daily, so I think the market isn't that great.

Quoting ushermittwoch (Reply 20):

There is Aeroflot with their IL96 flights! 
They operate up to three daily flights in summer.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:49 pm

Quoting JU068 (Reply 22):

There is Aeroflot with their IL96 flights! 
They operate up to three daily flights in summer.

Of course this is correct. lol
But it is from most European airports it is actually shorter to fly to BEY and connect there than to fly via SVO.  
Where have all the tri-jets gone...
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:55 pm

Quoting VCy (Thread starter):

I can't find any press release from U2 regarding the route between MXP and LCA, can You give me a source of the information?
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 6:23 pm

Quoting dancrane (Reply 24):

I found it on U2 's website   try searching MXP-LCA any Wednesday or Sunday after March (if im not mistaken).
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:49 pm

Quoting dancrane (Reply 24):
I can't find any press release from U2 regarding the route between MXP and LCA, can You give me a source of the information?

check the inspire me section on their website  
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:57 pm

The flight departs Larnaca at 21:00 and arrives to Milan at 23:50. I wonder what this means for Cyprus Airways and their two weekly rotations.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:10 pm

Isn't CY terminating it MXP flights?
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:12 pm

Quoting VCy (Reply 28):

Flights are bookable in May/June so they might have reconsidered it. I know they are terminating their flights to Vienna.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:41 am

Quoting JU068 (Reply 22):
If I am not mistaken they fly during the summer from Nuremberg.

Well, yes.

I should have been more specific - I meant Air Berlin flights to Berlin where connections to Europe and US may also be taken. Hopefully they will be considered once the new BER airport opens.

Quoting JU068 (Reply 22):
Well Transavia flew from Orly to Larnaca this summer, I guess Air France has no interest. Also, Cyprus Airways isn't even flying daily, so I think the market isn't that great.

I have no idea about the Cyprus-France market but in any case I don't think CY decisions represent the market as they stopped their flights to MAN which usually had good loads IMO.
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 4:56 pm

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 30):
stopped their flights to MAN which usually had good loads IMO.

and BHX, leaving monarch with a monopoly  
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:14 pm

Glad to see a Greece/Cyprus forum. Many interesting comments. But there are other issued to be addressed.

(1) I see concerns about the upstart Greek carriers, Sky Greece, and Hellas Airlines......any word on Minoan?

(2) Is Ethiopian bringing ADD-ATH?

(3) First I heard about IB pulling out of ATH. Been watching the Greece market on an everyday basis....and noticing that there had been some extra flights on IB, charters, and even Spanair(when they were around). I don't think because of lack of passengeres.

(4) The deal with more capacity on Emirates. Likely has to do with Australia and the Philippines. No more SQ or Thai service, which means less connection options for both countries to
Greece. However, capacity from AU to DXB has increased, with new service from ADL.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:23 pm

Quoting FreshSide3 (Reply 32):
Glad to see a Greece/Cyprus forum.


 
Quoting FreshSide3 (Reply 32):
any word on Minoan?

From what i understand i think they are operating flights on behalf of a scandinavian airline. as seen on this trip report -> Greek Hospitality On A Domestic Flight In Sweden

Quoting FreshSide3 (Reply 32):
(4) The deal with more capacity on Emirates. Likely has to do with Australia and the Philippines. No more SQ or Thai service, which means less connection options for both countries to
Greece.

The more capacity was about Cyprus. Cyprus has never had a SQ or Thai service. EK has pretty much dominated the CY-Asia/Oceania market.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:33 pm

EK did have a promotional A380 flight on DXB-ATH a few weeks ago. Would not surprise me to seeing it more often, given the absence of SQ/TG, and the new ADL-DXB trip.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:12 pm

Quoting VCy (Thread starter):
Interesting developments this month in the aviation industry of Greece and Cyprus  

- What's going on with Skygreece Airlines and Hellas Airlines?

Further questions:

1. When will we see finally MINOAN AIR's Oxford timetable???

The airline plans to operate the Munich, Amsterdam, Copenhagen Dublin and Edinburgh routes starting in January 2013 with a gradual introduction that will last for two months.
http://www.minoanair.com/blog/blog/2...0/01/Minoan-Air-flies-from-Oxford/

2. What happened to SX-GRN GREENJET's first A320?? http://www.greenjet.gr/

3. What happened to SX-DIO ASTRA's first A320? Still flying?
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:28 am

Given Deltas 49% stake in Virgin Atlantic and the proposed setup of a JV to operate flights between UK and the US, I wonder how this will affect the code sharing agreement between VS and CY. Would it be feasible to upgrade the code sharing agreement to cover DL flights as well?
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:19 am

Getting to Cyprus on STAR was no fun either, I don't know about now but the connections were impossible so CY was the only option. It was a fine option however its an off network connection. Coming back to the US we had to stay overnight in FRA, not so fun when you just want to get home!

I will do just about anything to get back out that way though, my favorite International destination by FAR. Normally I never want to go back somewhere because I want to see something new but Cyprus is one of the most amazing places to be on earth as far as i'm concerned! The people were amazing and the bar at the Meridien was so nice! Lots of drunken nights at that bar!
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:26 am

Quoting UAL747DEN (Reply 37):
Getting to Cyprus on STAR was no fun either, I don't know about now but the connections were impossible so CY was the only option. It was a fine option however its an off network connection. Coming back to the US we had to stay overnight in FRA, not so fun when you just want to get home

The "usual" Summer schedule of STAR carriers and especially LH, allows connections to the majority if US destinations via either FRA or MUC as there is usually a daily flight from LCA that arrives at one of the two hubs at around 6.00 - 7.00 a.m. making transatlantic connections on LH and UA possible.

For the return trip back to Cyprus, the connection has to be only on either a Saturday or a Sunday when LH offer flights departing from their hubs in the morning (rather than late night as is the case for their weekday flights) hence allowing connections from inbound transatlantic flights.

Connections to some US cities are also available via VIE (on OS) and LHR (using Aegean and then United).

In Winter connections usually become more difficult as the majority of flights departing from Cyprus arrive at the central European hubs in late afternoon or even in early evening - usually after the departure of the transatlantic flights hence an overnight stay is required.

Given A3 moving of LCA-LHR flights to LGW from Summer 2013, the LHR option will no longer be available on Star.
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:32 pm

I heard recently that the ex OA A340's were to be scrapped in Athens.

Can anyone confirm this.

Many thanks.

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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:46 pm

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 13):
The 14:00 arrival of BA at LHR practically means that passengers may connect to transatlantic flights departing after 15:30 taking into account the guidance for 90 connection time between T3 and T5 (unless LCA is moved back to T5???).

LCA is indeed moving back to T5... I think with SIN and SYD moving to T5 as well, I think we will see some Terminal changes again for next Summer timetable.
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:11 pm

From what I understand, the four OA A340s were sold to a leasing company in Florida a few months ago. Don't know what happened to the fifth plane.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:35 pm

Ryanair posted today flights from Paphos to Weeze (NRN) starting in next April....
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 4:52 pm

Quoting spetouss (Reply 42):

Ryanair posted today flights from Paphos to Weeze (NRN) starting in next April....

Damn it!

I just booked a flight to LCA from CGN for, I assume way more money.  

EDIT: Okay, just looked. It's only once a week (Tuesday) and not really cheaper, considering baggage fees, inflight catering and booking fees.

[Edited 2012-12-12 08:54:54]
Where have all the tri-jets gone...
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:26 pm

According to CY's newsletter, they have an agreenment with AF, providing connections to 6 destinations in France via CDG.

But what was surprising in the newsletter is that they said that CY business class passengers can use Star Alliance's lounge at LHR    
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Thu Dec 13, 2012 9:14 am

Quoting VCy (Reply 44):
According to CY's newsletter, they have an agreenment with AF, providing connections to 6 destinations in France via CDG.

Does that mean that LCA-CDG flights will be code shared with AF?
Also, will the CY flight number be added to certain flights from CDG to these 6 destinations?

Quoting VCy (Reply 44):
But what was surprising in the newsletter is that they said that CY business class passengers can use Star Alliance's lounge at LHR    

Who is operating the Star Alliance lounge at LHR T1? Perhaps they got a good deal from them.
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:55 pm

Quoting CYatUK (Reply 45):
Who is operating the Star Alliance lounge at LHR T1? Perhaps they got a good deal from them.

Wouldn't it make more sense if they used VS's lounge?

Does anyone know why there is an EK aircraft grounded at LCA? passed by there very early in the morning and it was there.. saw it later again around 3ish..if i'm not mistaken its an a330
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Thu Dec 13, 2012 1:57 pm

Quoting VCy (Reply 46):

Does anyone know why there is an EK aircraft grounded at LCA? passed by there very early in the morning and it was there.. saw it later again around 3ish..if i'm not mistaken its an a330

No idea. But it cannot be the flight to MLA from earlier today since that bird is in Malta, ready to take off to LCA.
Where have all the tri-jets gone...
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:24 pm

FR summer destination's from PFO :Chania, Dusseldorf-Weeze, Kaunas, Krakow, London Stansted, Manchester, Milan - Bergamo, Patra-Araxos, Stockholm & Thessaloniki.
 
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RE: Greece And Cyprus Aviation #1

Fri Dec 14, 2012 7:19 pm

Air Baltic coming back to LCA from April  

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