Is there anywhere I can get a schedule of new E2 deliveries and also, when they are likely to be sent to various new (for the E2) destinations. Three KLM E195-E2 aircraft have been delivered: - PH-NXA - PH-NXB - PH-NXC Four more E2 aircraft will be delivered later this year: - PH-NXD delivery next ...Jump to post
Only one person to blame for this, Boris Johnson and his beloved Brexit. Only a matter of time before we see the unrest spill oer to the mainland.Jump to post
Thierry Breton, EU's Commissioner for Internal Market and since two month "covid vaccine production tsar" today was guest on French TV. [*] AZ factories in EU will produce for EU. 70 Mio jabs expected in Q2, if AZ manage more output, they can export Indeed, the hard line towards A-Z is no...Jump to post
The UK will be supplying Ireland with 3.7m vaccinesJump to post
I would not hold out for much success with EI's gateway to the US and Caribbean from Manchester. Over time it has become clear that US-MAN-US routes generally do not work well, in spite of MAN's significant catchment area. One by one, carriers have dropped routes in the market. VS seems to have mad...Jump to post
David_itl wrote:Though it has to be said that according to airliners.net wisdom, no-one in the States wants to visit Manchester
The row does nobody any good.
I suspect most Brits would love to see Europe get vaccinated at the same pace as the UK is piling out vaccinations. If only, because we all want to go to Spain and drink Sangria
Looks like the Holyrood committee into Sturgeon misleading Parliament has voted she did, will be interesting to see the fall out. I doubt very much she would fall on her own sword over it unless pushed. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/mar/18/nicola-sturgeon-misled-scottish-parliament-alex...Jump to post
It appears AZ have reached a block with supplying the UK now too. A delay of approx 1 monthJump to post
I wouldnt be surprised if AZ ended up suing the EU the way things are going.Jump to post
AZ is only selling at cost though, it's not making any profit from the vaccine?Jump to post
And AZ put in writing that no such obligation exists, securing hundreds of millions in the process. best regards Thomas From the same article: The problem isn´t which contract is the stronger one and which isn´t, the problem is that AZ lied about existing obligations, and with that omission scammed...Jump to post
Could be a massive error of judgment launching this year.Jump to post
Sadly, the debacle surrounding the EU vaccine rollout continues, Hopefully things get sorted out quickly as we are all on the same team against CovidJump to post
If it helps, the UK has been suffering from a Vaccine shortage recently too, so it's not just the poor old EU that is suffering,Jump to post
Thnings need to be talked through, outside of the media attention and without any flag waving, because there are no British vaccines nor European vaccines: these are vaccines made by multinationals in different production sites throughout the continent of Europe, often with components delivered fro...Jump to post
The big problem LBA has, is its proximity to MAN.Jump to post
With a veiled threat thrown in for good measure. COVID-19 vaccine: EU threatens to block exports over AstraZeneca delivery delays https://www.euronews.com/2021/01/25/covid-19-vaccine-eu-puts-pressure-on-astrazeneca-over-delivery-delays .... just make it automatic, whenever suppliers fall behind sch...Jump to post
I’m glad the french are already getting used to having british fish sold to them, they’ve got a lot more of it to come! Not if the boats are banned from our waters and ports. We’ll be sending it over fresh and frozen after landing it in our waters. No we won't. The French will buy it from elsewhereJump to post
My understanding is those payments are things we have already committed to. Sure we could tear up these agreements. However, that would only underline that the UK are unreliable partners in ANY agreement. Not a good position when we are trying to reach new agreements with Non EU countries. Whilst w...Jump to post
klakzky123 wrote:So how does this work AOC wise with Brexit? Does EI need a UK AOC (and does it have one)? Or are there some shenanigans where they found a way to use the BA AOC?
Seems that one group (smugglers) will benefit from Brexit as many small UK ports don't have a clue on what to do as of January 1st 2021. Any smart smuggler would seize this opportunity and divert trade from a large port to such a small port. https://www.politico.eu/article/uk-ports-brexit-customs-t...Jump to post
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