T8KE0FF wrote:gkirk wrote:Leaves easyJet with no bases in the north of England
You're right, apart from their bases at Manchester and Liverpool...
Leaves easyJet with no bases in the north of EnglandJump to post
Breaking news on Sky. An F15 has apparently crashed into the North Sea just off the Yorkshire coast...
Nissan European HQ will be in Sunderland I seeJump to post
UK Demands to have veto over EU future; "As an example, the UK wants to have input into any future application by a third party to join the EU, and for the EU to take into consideration UK interests in any such negotiations. This goes beyond audacious. https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1...Jump to post
*I will add that VS is in trouble because the English government won't provide relief because of the 49% investment by DL.* Do you not realize that VS chose to base itself in a tax free haven and doesn't pay taxes in the UK ? So why should the British Gov't be responsible to assist them ? Let Sir R...Jump to post
Would VS ever operate EDI-MCO as well as or instead of from GLA? Is there a reason GLA was chosen over EDI, given both airports operate long-haul flights? TUI have flown EDI-SFB for a few years now, but cant make more than a very limited schedule work. Glaswegians have 3 or 4 main holiday destinati...Jump to post
Please dont forget us. We love you
Scotland and Northern Ireland
You are alluding to political skullduggery that’s been going on for time immemorial, the EU has the same option they do not have to accept extensions but they did, it takes two to tango Presumably because the EU don't want to see the remainers in the UK be dragged down by the shambles that the leav...Jump to post
Being shifted to LHR as expectedJump to post
Well the plan was to make MAN a hub for VS, and indeed a few flights this winter have been retimed for this hub operation. That of course is now dead in the water, but interestingly, VS has publicly stated that they will keep the Virgin Connect name, as they are evaluating their next move. Of cours...Jump to post
What a shambles. England dragging everyone else down because it wants to go back to its racist past.
Freedom, is on its way
BA B789 EWR-LHR makes missed approach: https://www.flightradar24.com/BAW188/23e945be LOT Polish Airlines B737-800 makes missed approach: https://www.flightradar24.com/LOT2HR/23e9a04a The BA 789 actually made missed approaches on both runways and ended up declaring a mayday due to low fuel. A350 XWB...Jump to post
UAE17 A380 had two attempts at Manchester (2nd after holding for quite a while) but now heading back to Europe somewhere. Bizarrely newly A380 compliant GLA is receiving diverts and has Emirates facilities, staff and lounge available. Yes, but has no free stands at the moment. Most UK airports are ...Jump to post
Dublin, Belfast City, London City, Cardiff, Southampton and the Isle of Man currently being announced at MME. Airline operating is Eastern Airways (T3)
The UK as an entity is dead. Freedom for Scotland working with our European familyJump to post
Thanks guys, was just about to give a link but yes taken from the twitter source. As your aware when starting such a thread you should always provide a link to the source! You have a habit of starting threads without providing a link to the source! Dude, take a chill pill. Some of your replies in t...Jump to post
747s appear at NCL every once in a while, 2 or 3 years ago BA had 3 or 4 of them on the ground at one timeJump to post
If the original train link was built all those years ago before the SNP decided it wanted to improve EDI over GLA then I suspect the numbers would be a lot better. Glasgow could do with a rebuild of the terminal but that's not going to happen any time soon. The SNP has nothing to do with improving ...Jump to post
A good decision!! Glad it's worked out ok for the captain. In my experience a good portion of heavy go arounds are close to the runway and involve a touch and go. Not for the same reason but it wouldn't have been the first heavy to go off piste at Newcastle!! What heavy has previously gone off at N...Jump to post
Manchester is a nice city. Nowhere near as nice as Edinburgh, but is still a nice city (as long as you stay away from Moss Side). If you want partying in the UK however, then Newcastle is where you head to.
Oh, and there is nothing funnier than an American tourist Pure hilarity
Nope. Bring a link and quote!