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Re: YVR Thread

Sun Jan 14, 2018 11:04 pm

hello,

there is some talk around Vancouver Airport that Air Canada is looking at YVR-BKK and YVR-SIN flights? It would be a nice addition but hard to believe there is enough high yielding traffic to support either. I also noticed Canada and Thailand updated the air agreement give an airline from Thailand access to Vancouver.
I am curious to why the agreement had been updated when Thai is not interested in Vancouver but looking at service to Seattle?

Any thoughts/
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:10 am

CPA62 wrote:
hello,

there is some talk around Vancouver Airport that Air Canada is looking at YVR-BKK and YVR-SIN flights? It would be a nice addition but hard to believe there is enough high yielding traffic to support either. I also noticed Canada and Thailand updated the air agreement give an airline from Thailand access to Vancouver.
I am curious to why the agreement had been updated when Thai is not interested in Vancouver but looking at service to Seattle?

Any thoughts/


I don't think Air Canada mainline would do so well on YVR-BKK. Better leave it to Air Canada Rouge.

SQ actually served YVR for a while (I think it was via ICN) but the route was cut a while back, I forget the year however. I would assume there is an market between the cities. Air Canada using the 787-9 on an daily YVR-SIN would do well it seems.
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Mon Jan 15, 2018 1:36 am

NichCage wrote:
CPA62 wrote:
hello,

there is some talk around Vancouver Airport that Air Canada is looking at YVR-BKK and YVR-SIN flights? It would be a nice addition but hard to believe there is enough high yielding traffic to support either. I also noticed Canada and Thailand updated the air agreement give an airline from Thailand access to Vancouver.
I am curious to why the agreement had been updated when Thai is not interested in Vancouver but looking at service to Seattle?

Any thoughts/


I don't think Air Canada mainline would do so well on YVR-BKK. Better leave it to Air Canada Rouge.

SQ actually served YVR for a while (I think it was via ICN) but the route was cut a while back, I forget the year however. I would assume there is an market between the cities. Air Canada using the 787-9 on an daily YVR-SIN would do well it seems.


763 isn't going to make it nonstop YVR-BKK.
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:51 am

Nor should anyone want to be on that product for that amount of time. Flew Rouge 763 long-haul to Japan, vowed never again. Would pay the difference for a proper carrier across the pacific.
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:58 am

SIN and BKK would be great. I just wonder how these would do? There are so many one stop connections to these cities through Asia. But I guess Canadian travelers do seem to heavily favour Canadian carriers so it might not be much of an issue if they're focusing on Canadians. With how AC has been expanding YVRs US routes it might capture some decent American origin traffic that wants to avoid the likes of LAX/SFO? They might be able to fill a 788 a 3-4 times/week to each city? It's alot of maybes but AC seems to be on an expansion roll and really starting to use YVR as a Pacific hub.
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Mon Jan 15, 2018 5:04 am

Seems odd that there would be flights between YVR and Thailand when there aren't even any flights between the US and Thailand anymore. No US carriers fly to BKK and Thai doesnt fly to the US.

Also YVR-SIN failed, SQ pulled out.

That being said, Canadian Airlines did fly YVR-HKG-BKK at one stage.
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Mon Jan 29, 2018 10:32 pm

YVR broke through 24 million pax in 2017 and is accelerating some of its expansion projects.


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Re: YVR Thread

Tue Jan 30, 2018 5:10 pm

And WestJet has announced 60 more flights per week, adding frequency on existing routes (primarily domestic) out of Vancouver. In addition to the new MEX flight beginning in March.

http://vancouversun.com/news/local-news ... re-flights
 
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YVR thread - 2018

Tue Jan 30, 2018 5:19 pm

Link to previous thread:

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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Tue Jan 30, 2018 7:18 pm

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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:12 am

Is CANADA and UAE in the process of re-negotiating the current bi-lateral. Apparantly Emirates is opening an office in Vancouver? At least that is the talk and they will open service to Vancouver. I think the rumour is not real, maybe to do with Dnata setting up shop in Vancouver and some confusion. But just thought i would check if anybody knows anything about this.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:55 am

CPA62 wrote:
Is CANADA and UAE in the process of re-negotiating the current bi-lateral. Apparantly Emirates is opening an office in Vancouver? At least that is the talk and they will open service to Vancouver. I think the rumour is not real, maybe to do with Dnata setting up shop in Vancouver and some confusion. But just thought i would check if anybody knows anything about this.


DNATA solely has an upcoming catering contract for YVR. It's quite possible that could expand over the coming years though.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:56 am

No Canada-UAE bilateral talks currently ongoing that I’m aware of.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:07 am

Don't think there's much money to be made on YVR-BKK. I'm going there in a week and I paid $730 all in.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:11 am

Any idea which contracts DNATA won? I hope they appreciate the labour constraints on Sea Island. Both CLS/LSG and Gate Gourmet have huge hiring banners year round to attract talent and always seem to just get by.
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:49 am

IST YVR IST will be announced soon and will be done by TK 777 thrice weekly by Turkish Airlines. Turkey Canada Air Service Agreement amendment is expected in the next 60 days and first flight to operate mid-summer 2018. TK will also launch SEA, DFW and EWR in North America this summer as 4 new destinations for Turkish Airlines.
TK just announced for a firm order or 25 B787-9 and 25 A350. I will expect the B787 to be utilized to YVR once it starts joining the fleet in 2019.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:46 pm

The talk is Turkish will start service in the winter spring 2019, not 2018. this is from the Turkish GSA. Also indicated if they are given daily flights to YVR they will not start Seattle for a little while. Turkish will surely not get daily flights into YVR.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:14 pm

Ottawa is expected to control the timing of TK's YVR operation. TK already decided to commence SEA and it will be thrice weekly to start with. YVR is also going to be thrice weekly, that is how it was agreed to during the Canadian Turkish CAA meetings. If Canada makes the final approval TK will start asap but if Canadians drag their fee longer it will take longer of course.

CPA62 wrote:
The talk is Turkish will start service in the winter spring 2019, not 2018. this is from the Turkish GSA. Also indicated if they are given daily flights to YVR they will not start Seattle for a little while. Turkish will surely not get daily flights into YVR.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sat Mar 17, 2018 3:45 pm

B.C.-based Orca Airways grounded by feds 'in the interest of public safety'


Although recently bought by Integra Air, appears TC put the final nail in Orca Airways (surprisingly?) long run out of YVR South Terminal.

Good time for Pasco to start their service to YAZ this Spring/Summer.

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-based-orca-airways-grounded-by-feds-in-the-interest-of-public-safety-1.4577784
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Re: YVR Thread

Sat Mar 17, 2018 4:48 pm

teriyaki wrote:
Nor should anyone want to be on that product for that amount of time. Flew Rouge 763 long-haul to Japan, vowed never again. Would pay the difference for a proper carrier across the pacific.


I believe KIX is going to mainline soon? Can anyone confirm?
 
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Re: YVR Thread

Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:59 pm

1900Driver wrote:
teriyaki wrote:
Nor should anyone want to be on that product for that amount of time. Flew Rouge 763 long-haul to Japan, vowed never again. Would pay the difference for a proper carrier across the pacific.


I believe KIX is going to mainline soon? Can anyone confirm?


KIX is seasonal so this summer it’s Rouge. I’m guessing next summer, if it doesn’t go year round before, it’ll be mainline as the Rouge pilot base is closing in yvr
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:15 pm

I'm pleased to see that AC is increasing their Jazz service to SAN this summer to triple-daily service, along with up-gauging all three flights to the CR9! The flights are nicely scheduled throughout the day with one RON in SAN.

I can't help but think back to a few years ago when AC abruptly cancelled their service between YVR and SAN - in Fall 2012 -- and the route remained totally unserved for several years! In June of 2016, the route magically reappeared and has been expanding ever since! I never did find an explanation for what happened to a market that obviously has traffic! (WS also serves the market seasonally now.)

I look forward to continued growth between our two cities' airports. I expect one of these days, AC mainline (rouge?) might reappear in the market. I also wonder if a U.S. carrier such as AS or WN might eventually enter the market as well?

I note that our two airports are even similar now in annual pax served, with SAN hitting over 22M in 2017! Lots of similarities between our 2 beautiful west coast cities!

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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sat Mar 17, 2018 7:09 pm

SANFan wrote:
I'm pleased to see that AC is increasing their Jazz service to SAN this summer to triple-daily service, along with up-gauging all three flights to the CR9! The flights are nicely scheduled throughout the day with one RON in SAN.

I can't help but think back to a few years ago when AC abruptly cancelled their service between YVR and SAN - in Fall 2012 -- and the route remained totally unserved for several years! In June of 2016, the route magically reappeared and has been expanding ever since! I never did find an explanation for what happened to a market that obviously has traffic! (WS also serves the market seasonally now.)

I look forward to continued growth between our two cities' airports. I expect one of these days, AC mainline (rouge?) might reappear in the market. I also wonder if a U.S. carrier such as AS or WN might eventually enter the market as well?

I note that our two airports are even similar now in annual pax served, with SAN hitting over 22M in 2017! Lots of similarities between our 2 beautiful west coast cities!

bb


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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:43 pm

SANFan wrote:
I'm pleased to see that AC is increasing their Jazz service to SAN this summer to triple-daily service, along with up-gauging all three flights to the CR9! The flights are nicely scheduled throughout the day with one RON in SAN.

I can't help but think back to a few years ago when AC abruptly cancelled their service between YVR and SAN - in Fall 2012 -- and the route remained totally unserved for several years! In June of 2016, the route magically reappeared and has been expanding ever since! I never did find an explanation for what happened to a market that obviously has traffic! (WS also serves the market seasonally now.)

I look forward to continued growth between our two cities' airports. I expect one of these days, AC mainline (rouge?) might reappear in the market. I also wonder if a U.S. carrier such as AS or WN might eventually enter the market as well?

I note that our two airports are even similar now in annual pax served, with SAN hitting over 22M in 2017! Lots of similarities between our 2 beautiful west coast cities!

bb


I’m wondering if WS would eventually go year round, maybe to feed the Asian routes once the 787s arrive?

Congrats SAN on 22 million in 2017! It really is a beautiful city!
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:33 pm

What impact Amazon's tech hub arrival will have for YVR?

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... -1.4641765
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:20 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
What impact Amazon's tech hub arrival will have for YVR?

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... -1.4641765


Don't know about YVR but Kenmore Air and Harbour Air had already begun Coal Harbour to Lake Union flights even prior to this announcement, largely based on Amazon's existing operations in the two cities. Could definitely see that operation (which has started at two round trips each way per weekday) expanding.

http://vancouversun.com/business/local- ... ake-flight
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:36 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
What impact Amazon's tech hub arrival will have for YVR?

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... -1.4641765


several widebodies a day from SEA to YVR...... :lol:
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Tue May 01, 2018 11:41 am

So, today May 1st Lufthansa is resuming its seasonal MUC-YVR-MUC LH476/477 service, this year with an A350-900 instead of the usual A333s.

LH476 dep. 15:35 arr. 16:45

LH477 dep. 18:20 arr. 13:20 +1
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Tue May 01, 2018 12:03 pm

Icelandair plans to double its winter 2018/19 schedule, going from 2 to 4x weekly with 75W. That's a nice addition for Europe during winter.

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... ce-in-w18/
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Tue May 01, 2018 12:56 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
So, today May 1st Lufthansa is resuming its seasonal MUC-YVR-MUC LH476/477 service, this year with an A350-900 instead of the usual A333s.

LH476 dep. 15:35 arr. 16:45

LH477 dep. 18:20 arr. 13:20 +1


I'll be flying on LH477 tomorrow, first A350 for me, excited! I'll be in their rather mediocre biz class, however, looking forward the their A350's getting the new LH product.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Tue May 01, 2018 2:08 pm

There it is, D-AIXC just departed MUC: https://www.flightradar24.com/DLH476/1139fce8
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Wed Jun 13, 2018 7:53 pm

ankaraflyjet wrote:
IST YVR IST will be announced soon and will be done by TK 777 thrice weekly by Turkish Airlines. Turkey Canada Air Service Agreement amendment is expected in the next 60 days and first flight to operate mid-summer 2018. TK will also launch SEA, DFW and EWR in North America this summer as 4 new destinations for Turkish Airlines.
TK just announced for a firm order or 25 B787-9 and 25 A350. I will expect the B787 to be utilized to YVR once it starts joining the fleet in 2019.



Whats the update on this?
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:46 pm

yycdel wrote:
ankaraflyjet wrote:
IST YVR IST will be announced soon and will be done by TK 777 thrice weekly by Turkish Airlines. Turkey Canada Air Service Agreement amendment is expected in the next 60 days and first flight to operate mid-summer 2018. TK will also launch SEA, DFW and EWR in North America this summer as 4 new destinations for Turkish Airlines.
TK just announced for a firm order or 25 B787-9 and 25 A350. I will expect the B787 to be utilized to YVR once it starts joining the fleet in 2019.



Whats the update on this?


Considering TK hasn't announced EWR, DFW, SEA or YVR, and summer 2018 is pretty much here, guess that means ankaraflyjet is full of hot air. Not to say some of these routes won't be announced at a later date.
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:42 am

Swissport has been designated the cargo handler for Turkish at YVR. A startup date has not been given but likly spring 2019. I believe they are still trying to negotiate daily flights into YVR? we will see.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:26 am

Flying next week Air Canada direct YVR to FRA and on to VIE with Austrian then back VIE to ZRH with Swiss and Air Canada direct ZRH to YVR. Both A.C. flights are on 788. These are both new services within the past month or two.
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:16 am

With regards to Turkish, I heard from a contact that the holdup is that they have requested 5th freedom rights to serve MEX, which are presumably being negotiated.

On the same token, VN is also in negotiations to serve YVR and YYZ, however, according again to my contact, they are not being offered sufficient service rights to accomplish what they want, so they continue to negotiate.
 
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Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:30 pm

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With regards to Turkish, I heard from a contact that the holdup is that they have requested 5th freedom rights to serve MEX, which are presumably being negotiated.



Interesting. IST-MEX can be flown non stop, no problem. They need a stop over on the eastbound leg, due to MEX's elevation. YUL or YYZ are ideal stop over points for them, as both are pretty much on the great circle route between IST and MEX.

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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:22 pm

Thenoflyzone wrote:
whywhyzee wrote:
With regards to Turkish, I heard from a contact that the holdup is that they have requested 5th freedom rights to serve MEX, which are presumably being negotiated.



Interesting. IST-MEX can be flown non stop, no problem. They need a stop over on the eastbound leg, due to MEX's elevation. YUL or YYZ are ideal stop over points for them, as both are pretty much on the great circle route between IST and MEX.

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Agreed. I don't have any more details unfortunately, so it's hard to actually decipher what they are looking for in terms of 5th freedoms. I would think it would make more sense to go non-stop to MEX if they were interested, YYZ and YUL both already have pretty ample service to MEX, there isn't a real need for 5th freedoms in my opinion.
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Fri Jun 15, 2018 3:42 pm

Not sure if this has been posted yet, but some big expansion plans for YVR.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... -1.4707435
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:20 pm

Thenoflyzone wrote:
yycdel wrote:
ankaraflyjet wrote:
IST YVR IST will be announced soon and will be done by TK 777 thrice weekly by Turkish Airlines. Turkey Canada Air Service Agreement amendment is expected in the next 60 days and first flight to operate mid-summer 2018. TK will also launch SEA, DFW and EWR in North America this summer as 4 new destinations for Turkish Airlines.
TK just announced for a firm order or 25 B787-9 and 25 A350. I will expect the B787 to be utilized to YVR once it starts joining the fleet in 2019.



Whats the update on this?


Considering TK hasn't announced EWR, DFW, SEA or YVR, and summer 2018 is pretty much here, guess that means ankaraflyjet is full of hot air. Not to say some of these routes won't be announced at a later date.


The thing is he said Mid summer so there's still time for an announcement
 
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Re: YVR thread - 2018

Sat Jun 23, 2018 2:40 pm

Planes4you wrote:
Thenoflyzone wrote:
yycdel wrote:


Whats the update on this?


Considering TK hasn't announced EWR, DFW, SEA or YVR, and summer 2018 is pretty much here, guess that means ankaraflyjet is full of hot air. Not to say some of these routes won't be announced at a later date.


The thing is he said Mid summer so there's still time for an announcement


There's still a chance these routes may come to fruition. After all, EK's EWR-ATH-DXB service was announced less than a month before it started, so there's a chance that this may be the case with these apparent new TK flights too.
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