British Airways to drop London-Gatwick to Fort Lauderdale at the end of the summer.
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SANFan wrote:ukflyer1999 wrote:Ok big error I’ve just noticed... I meant to say ‘which routes do BA fly from Heathrow Terminal 3 and why... apologies!!!
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Interior mod prices for the A380 are being exagerated. It should be the same pro rata as any other airliner, airlines have just been using this as an excuse. The fact is that BA is doing fine for now, but they are setup for a dwindling future. LHR will progressively lose relevance as other London a...Jump to post
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.bbc. ... n-46794108
If Heathrow was to be granted an extra 25000 flights per year (about 34 slot pairs per day), which airlines would receive them and where would they be used to fly?
Why does British Airways fly it’s Grand Cayman via Nassau route front London-Heathrow and not London-Gatwick like all of it’s other Carribean routes? Is there an especially strong business case or significant transfer traffic? Another odd one is why do they fly to the Seychelles from London-Heathrow...Jump to post
Interesting considering Stobart Air operates for two IAG Airlines- BA CityFlyer and Aer Lingus Regional...Jump to post
As has already been discussed on here it was recently announced thar Wizz Air is expected to become Luton Airport’s largest carrier in terms of seat capacity by summer 2019, however how much further can this expansion go with Luton restricted by aircraft parking stands? What routes do people think W...Jump to post
Just noticed that Emirates is currently flying 8 weekly London-Stansted -> Dubai- with 2 Flights on a Friday at 14:00 and 20:15, when was this announced? Does this mean the routes doing well enough for emirates to consider twice daily? Also any opinions of the likelihood of Qatar or Turkish trying o...Jump to post
LHR probably could not accommodate all of those routes, nor do all those airlines have cash sufficient to obtain the slots (I'd go as far as saying only TAAG and possibly Namibia have deep enough pockets, and the latter only barely) I personally don't see SW at LHR. They did do LGW for a while (usu...Jump to post
El al announce intention to serve MAN 3 weekly with a 737-800 from May 2019
https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... -may-2019/
Many African carriers have recently stated their intention to start direct flights to London- e.g. - Air Namibia: Windhoek-Accra-London - TAAG Angola Airlines: Luanda-London - Air Peace: Lagos-London - Air Tanzania: Dar Es Salaam-London - Uganda Airlines: Entebbe-London - Zimbabwe Airways: Harare-Lo...Jump to post