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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:27 am

Quoting deltapapa (Reply 149):
Even better a BA 767/777 hahahaha

No, we won't be seeing a BA 767/777 from MAN, but 767s from AA and/or UA are a possibility.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:44 am

Quoting mainMAN (Reply 147):
it's served in equal measure by oneworld and Skyteam.

Briefly I see SA)">OW serving 6 cities with pax numbers Oct 2010 around 104,300. Oct 2011 this is down to 97,800.
Skyteam 4 cities with Oct 2010 around 93,950 and Oct 2011 94,900.
Star (the Darlings) 19 or more with Oct 2010 210,400 and 2011 224,200.
Equal if you add SA)">OW and Skyteam together. SA)">OW reduction is down due to LHR and LGW as less PAX transit.

Most of the major hubs are based on one Alliance, and fed accordingly. Star are about to lose a large connect market through LHR if BMI goes to BA. Those BMI slots are going to be used by BA for their own group. What are the likes of NH/TG/NZ/SA etc going to do with their connecting LHR pax? To me there are opportunities for MAN to gain from BMI's demise. VS has got to be sweating it at present!!

Quoting mainMAN (Reply 147):
So, even though their pax numbers may be declining, they'll only ever decline to the point where MAN - LHR only carries transit passengers, and no O&D. There'll always be enough of those, and often high yielding.

I agree, but if you are a member of another alliance then SA)">OW is not a good option. With added costs like baggage etc, people are making use of their premier status. SA)">OW does not offer the greatest global reach, and maybe more people are realizing this as they get more into Asia. It would be interesting to see the breakdown of BA Transit pax, lots to HKG/USA??
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:56 am

Quoting col (Reply 151):
Star are about to lose a large connect market through LHR if BMI goes to BA
LHR is a STAR focus city, not a hub. The BMI MAN-LHR is known as the fresh air shuttle for good reason, the large connecting market over London is served by BA. airliners.net-ers have a misplaced idea of alliances and their priorities on here. Some of the airlines in the same alliance don't even like each other !

When you say "Most of the major hubs are based on one Alliance" this is true, however it's more accurate to say "one AIRLINE" who happens to be in an alliance, unless the hub is DXB, DOH or AUH! Be careful not to mix the two.


Even Virgin cannot be said to have a hub at Heathrow, it's their main base (technically Gatwick but let's be honest). As to BMI, well there's not too many BD->BD connections and current BD->STAR is better served directly from the UK regions than over LHR. Not ideal for TG, NZ, JJ, MS and the like but BD isn't making any money feeding them!


[Edited 2011-12-15 02:01:22]
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 10:01 am

Quoting col (Reply 151):
Skyteam 4 cities with Oct 2010 around 93,950 and Oct 2011 94,900.
Star (the Darlings) 19 or more with Oct 2010 210,400 and 2011 224,200.

SA Czech Airlines">OK, good point. I was very vaguely (!) referring to FRA, MUC, AMS and CDG, ignoring the likes of HAM, DUS.

Quoting col (Reply 151):
What are the likes of NH/TG/NZ/SA etc going to do with their connecting LHR pax?

Precisely what I've been wondering. Send them to FRA and MUC? With the exception of NZ of course.

Quoting col (Reply 151):
It would be interesting to see the breakdown of BA Transit pax, lots to HKG/USA??

Certainly, but no way of knowing. I suspect everywhere except Western Europe.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 10:04 am

Quoting mainMAN (Reply 153):
SA Czech Airlines">OK

oh ffs! Can't change that, they're in Skyteam aren't they?!
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 11:42 am

Do OK still fly to MAN?

Quoting skipness1E (Reply 152):
LHR is a STAR focus city, not a hub. The BMI MAN-LHR is known as the fresh air shuttle for good reason, the large connecting market over London is served by BA.

Huh, I have not flown BA since about 1998, after they lost my bags for 3 days, but I have used LHR several times going up to MAN. Mostly star carriers TG, AC, UA, SQ, VS and then on BMI. Have we all now disappeared? Granted last few trips have seen me use SQ direct (77W via MUC...yuck), KLM and CA via FRA (LH).

Quoting skipness1E (Reply 152):
Be careful not to mix the two.

I am right, but then wrong and then neither right or wrong? This airliner/airport thing is very confusing, think I should just take the bus!!
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:02 pm

Quoting col (Reply 155):
Do OK still fly to MAN?

Nope!
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RE: MAN News 44

Thu Dec 15, 2011 6:50 pm

Quoting david_itl (Reply 144):
4U operating STR-MAN next summer 5 weekly in place of LH

Aggh, what I was afraid of. Good to see Loganair back at MAN though.

Quoting col (Reply 155):
Do OK still fly to MAN?

They don't fly to anywhere in the UK now, shame.

[Edited 2011-12-15 10:53:33]
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:31 am

Some strange movements on the approach to MAN. A TCX753 flew up over the Peak District, lined up with the runway over Hyde as you do, but it then tracked back South climbing back up to 7,000 feet to enter the Dayne hold? Was the runway shut at short notice for some reason?
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:35 am

I've heard it mentioned that a dog was running loose on the apron earlier - perhaps it got a bit close to the runways?
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:39 am

I've heard it all now! Yeah there are several inbounds which have done about 7 laps at DAYNE including the LHR shuttle and some which have done 7 laps around the Blackburn area (sorry cannot remember hold name) including Air Transat.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Dec 17, 2011 5:03 pm

The Turkish TK1994 had to divert to BHX due to the dog being loose on the apron.

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RE: MAN News 44

Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:57 am

 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sun Dec 18, 2011 2:56 pm

An Air Algerie 767 arrived this morning, for Air Livery.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:36 pm

Interesting article coming from the Arabian Gulf. Of interesting.

"both Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways aim to use the 787s to high yield destinations (such as Manchester or London Heathrow, for example"

Here's today's 'A-level' question: "MAN is high-yield destination. Discuss."
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:28 pm

Singapore Airlines reduce to 6 x weekly in Summer 2012
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RE: MAN News 44

Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:38 pm

Quoting david_itl (Reply 164):
Here's today's 'A-level' question: "MAN is high-yield destination. Discuss."

Do you really need the reassurance? It certainly seems to do well for the gold plated Gulf big boys, struggling a bit on the North Atlantic recently though. AA's ORD still on the B757 and DL dumping JFK. Quite why the money flows East is something of a surprise. Would still love to see top 10 connecting destinations on EK. EY and QR by yield. They have to be B787 targets !

Is SQ reducing SIN-MUC to six weekly or are they introducing a terminator on the seventh day?
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Dec 20, 2011 7:00 am

Quoting skipness1E (Reply 166):
Is SQ reducing SIN-MUC to six weekly or are they introducing a terminator on the seventh day?

Hmmm, SQ's website is strange. It shows no outbound flight from SIN to MAN on the night of Saturday 30th June, but it's back the following Saturday. The return schedule is unaffected so not sure how exactly an SQ B773 gets to MAN to operate back to SIN on Sunday 1st July.
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Dec 23, 2011 12:17 am

Hello everyone i'm new to the forum, and I moved to MAN for uni (for an aviation related course ) and recently got back home for the Christmas holidays. I hope I can make a useful contribution to these forums.

Quoting boysteve (Reply 162):
As reported in the M.E.N.

http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereven...-onto-runway-at-manchester-airport

Funny enough that day was my first time at MAN (quite a walk to T3 from the train station!), and was actually on board AA211 to JFK and saw the dog running beside the AA 767 next to us! though I never thought we would have been delayed that long, I thought I was gonna miss my connecting flights!
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:45 am

AirBlue flights to Islamabad to be operated via Istanbul rather than Ankara using A321s. Apparently AirBlue also have traffic rights between MAN and IST.

Source: Airlineroute
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Dec 23, 2011 5:11 pm

Will try and do some digging over the next few days with regards SQ as I'll be getting rid of it for the next 3 days!
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:42 pm

Quoting 817Dreamliiner (Reply 168):
Funny enough that day was my first time at MAN (quite a walk to T3 from the train station!), and was actually on board AA211 to JFK and saw the dog running beside the AA 767 next to us! though I never thought we would have been delayed that long, I thought I was gonna miss my connecting flights!

Welcome to a.net from an old ex-pat Manc!   
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Enjoy your time in Manchester, and do give us feedback on what you think of the Airport and facilities.
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Dec 23, 2011 10:56 pm

Quoting standby87 (Reply 171):
Welcome to a.net from an old ex-pat Manc!   
Did the dog have a "FOLLOW ME" sign round its neck?  

Enjoy your time in Manchester, and do give us feedback on what you think of the Airport and facilities.
Very often in life a new person can see things which others miss.

thanks for your welcome

It Probably did! Because there were at least 3 ground staff cars chasing it, not sure if anymore joined in as my view was limited to the AA 767 next to us and the beginning of 23R. Overall I didnt find any problems with the facilities so far, though the walk to T3 could have been a bit shorter. Will report again when I go through MAN again in the new year
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Dec 24, 2011 8:26 am

Quoting 817Dreamliiner (Reply 172):
though the walk to T3 could have been a bit shorter.

You could ask the big guy with the red suit and white beard, better make it quick he is coming tonight. After flying AA MAN airport seems like heaven, believe me!!
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Dec 31, 2011 12:22 pm

Very respectable increase in passenger numbers over the festive period - 6% up on last year. MAN's also stated that there's strong bookings for summer 2012 to the Middle East and North America.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:20 pm

LBA and DSA are virtually shut tonight due to the gusty conditions- a PK A310 and 3 FR 737s have sought refuge from LBA and for the 1st time for ages, a pair of Wizz Air A320s have come in after failing to arrive at DSA.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:25 pm

Quoting david_itl (Reply 175):
LBA and DSA are virtually shut tonight due to the gusty conditions- a PK A310 and 3 FR 737s have sought refuge from LBA and for the 1st time for ages, a pair of Wizz Air A320s have come in after failing to arrive at DSA.

Yeah its really windy night here in the UK again, any other airports experiencing any delays or near closures etc..?
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:09 pm

Hey,

Anybody know if Aer Lingus have just done a training flight out of MAN? EI991 just did a circuit and touched back down again at 13:01.

EI991

Thanks
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Jan 07, 2012 5:06 pm

Quoting david_itl (Thread starter):

I think it's wonderful that MAN is finally being utilized more than a municipal airport with the odd international flight
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Jan 07, 2012 9:14 pm

Excluding transit pax, the airport handled 18,814,848 pax or up 6.47% in 2011.


And some good news coming from TU:
from Wednesday 28th March, there's a weekly service to TUN using A320s: TU948 arr 19.25, TU949 dept 20:15. This in addition to the Saturday service which appears to have a seasonal shift of destination - summer to Enfidha, winter to Tunis; people glancing the arrivals board may have seen this is already in effect.

[Edited 2012-01-07 13:24:32]
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:18 pm

Quoting david_itl (Reply 179):
Excluding transit pax, the airport handled 18,814,848 pax or up 6.47% in 2011.

Remember around 45% of this growth was due to the ash closure bounce back in April and May. In other words the real growth at MAN in 2011 was 3.6% or around 634,000 passengers. The growth at the beginning of 2012 seems to level off at between 60,000 and 70,000 more passengers per month. Maybe we'll see 19.6 millions at the end of 2012?
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:31 pm

With the global economy being as it as and the impending rise in the UK APD, I'd be more than happy if 19 million passengers is attained.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:46 pm

Quoting danfearn77 (Reply 21):
I'd heard this rumour a while back from a mate of a mate. He told me only the other day that there are strong Rumours of CO/UA upgrading the 20/21 to a 767 for summer '12. Time will tell!

I wish they would hurry up and convert it to 767. I have flown 757s on this route since 2006 and dislike it immensely. I would have booked US airways, however CO dropped the price significantly and had to go with CO again. By the way, they have not changed the airline from CO to UA (at MAN) and all the announcements still say they are CO.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Jan 13, 2012 3:30 pm

Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:11 am

TK increasing to 10 weekly to IST, meant to be in their booking engine. Extra fllight on Monday, Fridays and Sundays.

[Edited 2012-01-15 01:13:57]
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:23 pm

Hey guys

Can anyone here tell me where the good spotting locations are at MAN and how I can get there from the station? Planning a daytrip sometime in the near future, not entire sure when though

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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:18 am

As per Emirates.com EK22/21 upgraded to B777-300 between July and September, upgraded from A332

This means the 3 daily flights will be operated as follows:

EK21/22 - B777-300
EK17/18 - A380-800
EK19/20 - B777-300ER
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:45 am

Quoting 817Dreamliiner (Reply 185):
Can anyone here tell me where the good spotting locations are at MAN and how I can get there from the station? Planning a daytrip sometime in the near future, not entire sure when though

Airport pub, about a 15 min walk from the Station.
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:39 am

ETIHAD TOASTS RECORD PASSENGER NUMBERS:

Quote:
Etihad said Manchester was one of it's top 10 busiest routes last year. The airline carried 222,465 passengers, up 29%. Commenting on the growth, chief executive and president James Hogan said....

Commenting on the growth, chief executive and president James Hogan said: “This result, achieved while much of the world was still very much in the economic doldrums and oil prices remained high, is testament to our emergence as a formidable force in the international aviation arena....

Etihad Airways’ busiest route was Bangkok with the airline carrying more than 500,000 passengers to the Thai capital during the year.

This was closely followed by London (479,000), Manila (446,000), and Jeddah (289,000), then came Sydney, Frankfurt, Paris, Manchester, Doha and Dublin to complete the list of the 10 most popular routes.
http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/north...West_17th_Jan_2012_-_Daily_E-mail#

I've said for a while that I believe the MAN - Gulf market is like the dot.com bubble of the past, but these reports constantly rebut my beliefs. Staggering, but well done to Etihad for carving out a market against the might of Emirates.

Rgds

[Edited 2012-01-17 02:43:47]
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:52 am

Quoting gkirk (Reply 187):
Airport pub, about a 15 min walk from the Station.

Thanks! 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 10:57 am

Forget the Robinson's Airport Hotel - high fences and overgrown hedges obstruct the view form the "garden". I recommend you take the 200 bus from the MAN Station to the Airport Viewing Park with departures 16 minutes past the hour between 0916 and 1716 (1616 between 31 Oct and 1 Feb) with return from the AVP every 25 minutes past the hour. If you are getting peckish during your stay at the AVP, I would recommend you walk the six minutes down the Old Wilmslow Road to The Romper.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 5:03 pm

Anyone know when SAS launched the following routes from MAN?

I know Bergen is this month and Copenhagen has been going for years bt how long have SAS been on Oslo and Stockholm?

Thanks
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 6:12 pm

Regarding the viewing park, I noticed from a visit there over Christmas a note on the TAS shop window that in the spring work will begin on putting a new higher fence there & increasing the height of the viewing mounds accordingly, this is because it will meet the new regulations on the Department for Transport airport security guidelines.
Does anybody have a more exact timetable of when & how long the works will be starting / completed & what disruption will there be to the spotters while this is all going on?
The only info that I can find out about this is on the Manchester Airport website but it has not been updated since last October,
http://www.manchesterairport.co.uk/m...b.nsf/Content/LivingNeartheAirport

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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 6:17 pm

Just making a reservation with Finnair for March, and the results are throwing back the flights as operated by Flybe on an E70.

Has this been announced anywhere whilst I've been hibernating?

Looking at another reservation in June shows it back to Finnair's own metal.

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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 7:24 pm

They've been popping up infrequently on Saturdays - the usual giveaway is the non-standard AY flight numbers.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 8:26 pm

Quoting blueshamu330s (Reply 188):
ETIHAD TOASTS RECORD PASSENGER NUMBERS

Find this slightly amusing the day after that press release is issued:

EY015 06:20 Abu Dhabi Cancelled
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:39 pm

Quoting skipness1E (Reply 191):
I know Bergen is this month and Copenhagen has been going for years bt how long have SAS been on Oslo and Stockholm?

SAS started to fly direct flights between Oslo and Manchester together with the opening of OSL in October 1998. Before that BA was the only airline on the route and before BA took over Dan-Air, Dan-Air was the operator between the two cities. BACon stopped their flights between OSL and MAN on 5 March 2006.
 
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Jan 20, 2012 8:55 am

Quoting Mattuk (Reply 186):
As per Emirates.com EK22/21 upgraded to B777-300 between July and September, upgraded from A332

This means the 3 daily flights will be operated as follows:

EK21/22 - B777-300
EK17/18 - A380-800
EK19/20 - B777-300ER

I am booked on EK 021 in November and it showed as a 77W when I booked it.. Perhaps a further upgrade?
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Jan 20, 2012 10:54 am

Still showing as a 77W on their website, as im using the EK21 in Nov also. Maybe i'll be sat down the isle from you!
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RE: MAN News 44

Fri Jan 20, 2012 11:51 am

Quoting danfearn77 (Reply 198):
Maybe i'll be sat down the isle from you!

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