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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:13 pm

Fliplot wrote:
Anyone hear how the new EI uniform is behaving in service?

Badly.

Quality of the uniforms is an issue;
-Multiple instance of female crew having the dress seams split on first wear.
-At least 3 have found holes in uniform items before they even worn them.
-Female crew, contrary to info given last year do not have a choice in the uniform issue. All female crew get 1 of each option. So it 1 dress, 1 trousers, 1 skirt, 2 jackets and 4 blouses for the ladies. (guys get 2 suits, 2 ties and 4 shirts) Aer Lingus crew (as with most other EU airlines) doing short haul will often operate 5-6 days in a row, with 3 uniforms. So the 12-14 hours between duties need to include washing uniforms on top of transit, nutrition, sleep and family time.
-Sizing is different that the test versions the crew tried on last summer. So there is a healthy unofficial swop system in place on social media as the company are not allowing returns once items have been worn (which is the only way to check the sizing in practise)
-The lack of a collar on the ladies jacket means that the crew harness rubs against their bare neck/shoulders when in their take-off/landing positon.
-Several reports of rashes from the fabric.
-Inflight tabard/apron doesnt have the requested pockets (apparently the designer refused the request) which previously were used to hold small itesm they needed to be onhand.
-Scarf is supposed to sit with the 2 ends voer the shoulder, it isnt fastened in lace so as soon as a crewmember moves or bends over the scarf slides down and looks like a scout scarf.
-The men are given a clip-on tie (for safety reasons) as in the previous uniform but the female crew get a chokeable item around their necks.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Fri Feb 21, 2020 10:28 pm

kaitak wrote:
You mean Shanghai?! (I had actually forgotten they were flying to PVG instead of Beijing).

Hopefully this issue will be well sorted by then. And CX will be back, too.

You have to feel sorry for poor CX; just when they thought that things would get back to normal after the student protests, they get hit by this! Not a good year for them!


Yes and not the first time I made the same mistake :)
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 22, 2020 9:28 am

HiSky, a new Moldovan airline, is set to launch Chisinau to Dublin, among other European routes.

Source: http://a-tv.md/eng/index.php?newsid=76158

Is there really enough demand to support three carriers on this route?
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 22, 2020 10:21 am

Oops
Sorry I asked about the EI uniform! Seems strange Louise would create such an unworkable monster, especially after staff involvement!
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:51 am

On the flip side of the coin you have staff that are getting on fine with them and like them so I guess with any new uniform roll out to hundreds of staff there are numerous experiences good and bad.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 22, 2020 12:26 pm

EIEIDW wrote:
HiSky, a new Moldovan airline, is set to launch Chisinau to Dublin, among other European routes.

Source: http://a-tv.md/eng/index.php?newsid=76158

Is there really enough demand to support three carriers on this route?


The Air Moldova and FlyOne flights are always packed and with high fares. So maybe this will help drive down prices.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 22, 2020 5:53 pm

Fliplot wrote:
Oops
Sorry I asked about the EI uniform! Seems strange Louise would create such an unworkable monster, especially after staff involvement!


She developed several versions through the process and almost every time they were rejected by EI for being too expensive to manufacture or for using fabrics that cost too much. The uniform that came out was far from her ideal design I’m sure and was the result of significant compromise. I’m sure many of these issues would have been mitigated by using an earlier design, better manufacturer, or nicer fabric.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 22, 2020 10:57 pm

Probably how EI managed the new branding too!! Cheap and not so cheerful.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sun Feb 23, 2020 3:31 pm

Juneyao seem to have abandoned plans for a route from Dublin

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... f-21feb20/
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sun Feb 23, 2020 3:41 pm

Due to Calima in Canary Islands air space has been closed. EI - DVL got to Northern Spain and has had to turn back to DUB .


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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:22 pm

davidjohnson6 wrote:
Juneyao seem to have abandoned plans for a route from Dublin

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... f-21feb20/


Sad, but not really surprising; let's hope they will look at DUB again, but to be honest, I think that most Chinese carriers - particularly private ones - will be lucky to get through this year and any expansion will be well down its list of priorities. Chinese aviation is being hammered at the moment.
 
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Sun Feb 23, 2020 8:33 pm

The Corona Virus does seem to be a black swan type of event with regards to its impact on economics and aviation. I do hope the Chinese carriers return to Ireland.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sun Feb 23, 2020 9:48 pm

Fliplot wrote:
Oops
Sorry I asked about the EI uniform! Seems strange Louise would create such an unworkable monster, especially after staff involvement!

“Staff involvement” means nothing if their input is ignored.

The lack of pockets being a standout point.


On the positive side the male uniform is pretty much free from teething problems.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:40 am

EI-EIM due for delivery today followed by EI-LRD later this week
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 8:11 am

As per Routes Online, ET will change it's routing again as from 1st July and operate 4 weekly flights via GVA instead of BRU.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:29 am

SRGVA67 wrote:
As per Routes Online, ET will change it's routing again as from 1st July and operate 4 weekly flights via GVA instead of BRU.


Interesting; it was to be three weekly via VIE. Only "787" given, so could be either -8 or -9, presumably.

Also, AC is making some changes to its summer schedule, bringing the 789 forward (for YYZ) and making YUL a 788 route (was to be A333).
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:38 am

Ethiopian still seems to be via Vienna from March until July.

One wonders what’s going on with ET, that’s Madrid, Brussels, Vienna and now Geneva as intermediate stops. Madrid even had 5th freedoms which is generally quite unusual for ET.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:38 am

User001 wrote:
Ethiopian still seems to be via Vienna from March until July.

One wonders what’s going on with ET, that’s Madrid, Brussels, Vienna and now Geneva as intermediate stops. Madrid even had 5th freedoms which is generally quite unusual for ET.


Indeed wish they would make up their mind.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 11:12 am

OA260 wrote:
User001 wrote:
Ethiopian still seems to be via Vienna from March until July.

One wonders what’s going on with ET, that’s Madrid, Brussels, Vienna and now Geneva as intermediate stops. Madrid even had 5th freedoms which is generally quite unusual for ET.


Indeed wish they would make up their mind.


Wish they would just cut the stop and operate direct to ADD again! :D
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 5:37 pm

EK770 wrote:
OA260 wrote:
User001 wrote:
Ethiopian still seems to be via Vienna from March until July.

One wonders what’s going on with ET, that’s Madrid, Brussels, Vienna and now Geneva as intermediate stops. Madrid even had 5th freedoms which is generally quite unusual for ET.


Indeed wish they would make up their mind.


Wish they would just cut the stop and operate direct to ADD again! :D


Looks like the Dublin tag adds a decent amount of traffic to top up other EU operations but doesn't have enough traffic for a direct flight.

ET now operating the following:
MAN direct (was via BRU)
MRS direct (was via MXP)
GVA direct (was via MXP) (now has DUB tag)
MXP direct (no MRS or GVA tag)
VIE direct (no DUB tag)
BRU direct (no MAN tag)
ARN direct (with OSL tag)

Let's hope the DUB traffic continues to grow and we are next to get a direct flight to ADD.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Tue Feb 25, 2020 5:43 pm

VFRonTop wrote:
EK770 wrote:
OA260 wrote:

Indeed wish they would make up their mind.


Wish they would just cut the stop and operate direct to ADD again! :D


Looks like the Dublin tag adds a decent amount of traffic to top up other EU operations but doesn't have enough traffic for a direct flight.

ET now operating the following:
MAN direct (was via BRU)
MRS direct (was via MXP)
GVA direct (was via MXP) (now has DUB tag)
MXP direct (no MRS or GVA tag)
VIE direct (no DUB tag)
BRU direct (no MAN tag)
ARN direct (with OSL tag)

Let's hope the DUB traffic continues to grow and we are next to get a direct flight to ADD.


DUB never had a stand-alone service as it was part of the ADD-LAX-ADD service. It's hard to see a non-stop being viable unless the level of traffic doubles or maybe triples from its current levels.
 
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Wed Feb 26, 2020 8:02 am

McEvaddy brothers vow to continue to back Irish aviation business
Omega Aviation Services made profit of €5,525 but liabilities exceeded assets by €7.2m

Aviation entrepreneurs, the McEvaddy brothers, pledged to continue supporting their Irish business at the end of 2018 when it was almost €7.2 million in the red, new figures show.

www.irishtimes.com/business/transport-a ... 3?mode=amp
 
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Wed Feb 26, 2020 9:32 am

iRISH251 wrote:
DUB never had a stand-alone service as it was part of the ADD-LAX-ADD service. It's hard to see a non-stop being viable unless the level of traffic doubles or maybe triples from its current levels.


True, but it was direct/non-stop, which is more attractive than a tag service from BRU/MAD/VIE/GVA.

Due to geography and until it can sustain a direct flight itself DUB will continue to be a tag, or perhaps ET start carrying DUB bound passengers on the IAD, ORD, YYZ stopovers. Then at least one leg would be non-stop, with the return leg to ADD via GVA.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Wed Feb 26, 2020 10:56 am

According to RoutesOnline, Juneyao has cancelled DUB services for S20 altogether. They will operate PVG/HEL 3/7 until the end of June and 7/7 as from 1st July. Tag-on to DUB/REK/MAN are cancelled. Pity for DUB.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Wed Feb 26, 2020 11:01 am

VFRonTop wrote:
iRISH251 wrote:
DUB never had a stand-alone service as it was part of the ADD-LAX-ADD service. It's hard to see a non-stop being viable unless the level of traffic doubles or maybe triples from its current levels.


True, but it was direct/non-stop, which is more attractive than a tag service from BRU/MAD/VIE/GVA.

Due to geography and until it can sustain a direct flight itself DUB will continue to be a tag, or perhaps ET start carrying DUB bound passengers on the IAD, ORD, YYZ stopovers. Then at least one leg would be non-stop, with the return leg to ADD via GVA.


I doubt that will happen; the westbound stopovers are for refuelling and crew change only and are fairly quick turnarounds, and away from the terminal building as all stands are in use by overnighting aircraft. Presumably the passenger loads on the North American routes are healthy enough not to need to be augmented by the carriage of people who are only going part of the way.
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 8:26 am

EIEIDW wrote:
HiSky, a new Moldovan airline, is set to launch Chisinau to Dublin, among other European routes.

Source: http://a-tv.md/eng/index.php?newsid=76158

Is there really enough demand to support three carriers on this route?

I wouldn't worry too much about HiSky. As per an article in http://www.aerotelegraph.com ( in German only ), this project seems to be a scam and even the Moldovan government doesn't believe it's serious. I doubt you'll see any of their aircraft at DUB or any other European airport any time soon.
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 8:49 am

An Irish in-flight entertainment company blames virus for failure.
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/tra ... -1.4186007

Cant say I ever heard of them.
Kaitak, your topic heading was remarkably appropriate!
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Thu Feb 27, 2020 8:49 am

An Irish in-flight entertainment company blames virus for failure.
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/tra ... -1.4186007

Cant say I ever heard of them.
Kaitak, your topic heading was remarkably appropriate!
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 9:45 am

Mythopoeia fitted in-flight entertainment systems for airlines. Customers included Mexican carrier VivaAerobus, whose investors include members of Ryanair founder Tony Ryan’s family. Other airlines with which Mythopoeia has recently done business include St Petersburg, Russia-based Rossiya Airlines and Air Greenland.
..............................................................
A statement of affairs shows that it owes creditors €5.285 million while the assets are estimated to make €600,000, leaving the business with a shortfall of €4.685 million.



I dont think the Covid-19 epidemic is the root cause of this business going under......
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:38 am

Flight attendent seeks High Court injunction against Aer Lingus

DAA’s refusal to renew airside access card led to dismissal, claims cabin crew member

An Aer Lingus cabin crew member has launched High Court proceedings aimed at preventing his employer terminating his employment.

Lorcan Delaney claims Aer Lingus took action against him after Dublin Airport operator DAA declined to re-issue his airside access card following a Garda vetting process.This card is required to access secure areas in the airport. He had initially been placed on unpaid leave last December after an issue over the card’s renewal arose.

www.irishtimes.com/business/transport-a ... 3?mode=amp
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 12:03 pm

Is EI-LRD still being delivered today?
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:07 pm

Clydenairways wrote:
Is EI-LRD still being delivered today?


It had its customer acceptance flight yesterday so should be.

Image

A321-253NX/LR Aer Lingus D-AVZP - EI-LRD MSN9187 by Hendrik S, on Flickr
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 7:04 pm

Think EI-LRD is due into Dublin at 21.40
 
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Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:16 pm

Anyone know why there is a Delta A330 parked beside the Aer Lingus hangar in Dublin? DL are hardly doing scheduled maintenance outside the states and I don't think they are retiring any yet.
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:27 pm

EI321 wrote:
Anyone know why there is a Delta A330 parked beside the Aer Lingus hangar in Dublin? DL are hardly doing scheduled maintenance outside the states and I don't think they are retiring any yet.

I believe it has some damage to a cockpit window, apparently due to a bird strike earlier. DL45 DUB-JFK was cancelled today.
 
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Fri Feb 28, 2020 9:37 am

Aer Lingus revenues fly higher but profits dip

Aer Lingus has reported an operating profit - before exceptional items - of €276m for 2019, a fall of over 11% on 2018.

Revenues at the airline, which is owned by IAG, rose by 5.8% to €2.125 billion.

The airline's capacity increased during the year by 4.2% on the back of a new route connecting Dublin and Minneapolis and increases in capacity to San Francisco, Seattle and Philadelphia.

Aer Lingus said its passenger unit revenues were up, with strong long haul performance and positive retail performance, despite challenging European market conditions.

www.rte.ie/news/business/2020/0228/1118 ... l-results/
 
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Fri Feb 28, 2020 12:14 pm

Does anyone have any passenger figures for January 2020 for Dublin Airport? It appears daa never published a press release for the month. Doubt we will see it anytime soon as its now the 28th Feb...

Cheers,
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Fri Feb 28, 2020 1:25 pm

I note from this morning’s IAG results that the 737 MAX order which was placed last year, initially mentioned for BA’s LGW ops, are now being marketed as having “operational flexibility throughout the group” which one assumes means they could end up at IB or EI...
The way you cut your meat reflects the way you live....
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Fri Feb 28, 2020 1:54 pm

Eirules wrote:
I note from this morning’s IAG results that the 737 MAX order which was placed last year, initially mentioned for BA’s LGW ops, are now being marketed as having “operational flexibility throughout the group” which one assumes means they could end up at IB or EI...

This was always the case, while BA LGW, Vueling and LEVEL were identified as initial operators of the MAX, the group indicated that a common spec and operational flexibility would enable the aircraft to go anywhere in the group.

Page 127 of their November Capital Markets Day presentation has some information on the order.

• Flexibility to place the aircraft elsewhere in the Group

https://www.iairgroup.com/~/media/Files ... _PRINT.pdf
 
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Sat Feb 29, 2020 3:56 pm

Some disruption being caused by Storm Jorge. As Clare was one of the counties under a red weather warning, no passenger flights were operational at SNN between 11:30 and 15:00:

- Departure of EI111 (SNN-JFK) brought forward by 75mins
- FR4776 (MAN-SNN) diverted to BFS (why not DUB?)
- All other SNN flights delayed until after 15:00
- FR908 (STN-ORK) divered to KIR
- FR9944 (ACE-ORK) diverted to KIR (as a result there are now three FR 73Hs on the ground at KIR, surely they must be running out of apron space)
- EI715 (LHR-ORK) cancelled
 
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Re: Irish 2/20: February made me shiver ...

Sat Feb 29, 2020 4:26 pm

Yep, some very nasty weather with Storm Jorge, Dublin also quite badly affected.

Some notable diversions;

BA383 LHR-DUB diverted back to LHR after two attempts
EI205 MAN-DUB diverted back MAN
EI267 BHX-DUB diverting back to BHX
FR338 LTN-DUB diverting to BFS
FR817 EDI-DUB diverting to PIK
FR1997 GNB-DUB diverted to LPL

A fair bit of disruption can be expected into tomorrow I'd say.
 
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Sat Feb 29, 2020 5:38 pm

AmricanShamrok wrote:
Some disruption being caused by Storm Jorge. As Clare was one of the counties under a red weather warning, no passenger flights were operational at SNN between 11:30 and 15:00:

- Departure of EI111 (SNN-JFK) brought forward by 75mins
- FR4776 (MAN-SNN) diverted to BFS (why not DUB?)
- All other SNN flights delayed until after 15:00
- FR908 (STN-ORK) divered to KIR
- FR9944 (ACE-ORK) diverted to KIR (as a result there are now three FR 73Hs on the ground at KIR, surely they must be running out of apron space)
- EI715 (LHR-ORK) cancelled



Those on the 837 had an interesting flight !

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FR 7125 from ACE-DUB diverted to BFS.
 
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Sat Feb 29, 2020 7:10 pm

On an unrelated note, does anyone else experience consistent bugs/glitches on the Ryanair app and website since they refreshed them a few years back? I'd say every second time I use them I have issues (i.e. pages freezing, not accepting payment, "submit/confirm" buttons not working, booking engine not showing any availability on any flights for any date etc.)?
 
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Sat Feb 29, 2020 8:05 pm

AmricanShamrok wrote:
On an unrelated note, does anyone else experience consistent bugs/glitches on the Ryanair app and website since they refreshed them a few years back? I'd say every second time I use them I have issues (i.e. pages freezing, not accepting payment, "submit/confirm" buttons not working, booking engine not showing any availability on any flights for any date etc.)?


Totally Agree. App crashes almost every time I use it.
 
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