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Old September 23rd, 2010, 04:37 PM   #1
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BE | Flybe

La aerolínea inició operaciones el 1 de noviembre de 1979 con el nombre de Jersey European Airways, al adquirir las operaciones de Intra Airways. En 1983 fue adquirida poa el Grupo Walker Steel que ya poseía la aerolínea Spacegrand Aviation con base en Blackpool. Inicialmente la dos aerolíneas operaron separadamente, con gerencia parcialmente compartida, hasta 1985, caundo se unieron bajo el nombre Jersey European Airways. La aerolínea cambió su nombre por British European Airways en junio de 2000 para más tarde recortar el nombre en Flybe desde el 18 de julio de 2002 y reubicarse como una aerolínea de bajo coste.

Algunos datos de la compañía:

* 12 países
* 167 rutas
* 24 aeropuertos en el Reino Unido
* 30 aeropuertos europeos
* 7 millones de pasajeros en 2007
* 500 millones de libras en ingresos
* 77 aviones

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Old September 23rd, 2010, 04:43 PM   #2
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Flybe anuncia un acuerdo con Embraer por 140 Embraer 175

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Flybe announces a deal for up to 140 Embraer E Series Aircraft, comprising of 35 firm orders (value $1.3bn), with options for 65 more (value $2.3bn) and purchase rights for a further 40 (value $1.4bn). Potential total value order of $5-billion

Deal provides a platform for Flybe’s expansion into Continental Europe

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, today announced a substantial order to purchase up to 140 Embraer 175 and E-family aircraft (35 firm E175 Aircraft/65 options/40 purchase options). Flybe is procuring this capacity to support its planned European growth.

Flybe has grown since its creation in 2002 to become Europe’s largest regional airline and the UK’s largest domestic airline. The company is committed to measured and consistent growth over the next decade through the exportation of its business model into continental Western Europe. The acquisition of this capacity will underpin this move.

Flybe has chosen to purchase the 88-seat Embraer E175 aircraft for five key reasons:

* It allows the company to maintain its core principal of a two fleet strategy as the E195 is common rated with the 175. Flybe will continue to operate Bombardier Q400 aircraft
* The economic and environmental performance is in line with Flybe’s strategy of only buying A and B rated eco-label aircraft as part of its strategy to invest in lower emission new technology aircraft
* It maintains the company’s product commitment to a minimum of 30” leg room and 2x2 seating which underpins our customers preference for Flybe over Low Cost Carrier airlines
* The economic performance of the aircraft on our target market sector lengths and within our frequency driven business model is the best available
* The aircraft provides a modern aviation technology base for the company for the next 10 years

The first aircraft will be delivered in September 2011 with the final scheduled delivery on the ‘firm’ orders being made in March 2017.

Jim French CBE, Flybe Chairman and Chief Executive said: “Flybe is delighted to announce this significant $1.3 billion order of 35 Embraer 175 aircraft. In doing so, we are securing an aircraft that fits with our stated aim of furthering our position as the leading regional airline in Europe.

“The 175 will allow us to preserve our two fleet strategy and the economic and environmental performance of the aircraft is in line with Flybe’s policy of only buying A and B rated eco-label aircraft as part of its commitment to invest in lower emission new technology aircraft.”

Mr. French continued: “The 175 will give Flybe significant added capacity and is particularly suited to the sector lengths prevalent in Europe that we are most interested in exploiting. In short, it perfectly fits the Flybe business model and we are delighted to be extending our long-running partnership with Embraer.

“We have enjoyed an excellent relationship with Embraer since we became the world’s launch customer for the 195 aircraft. The 195 has been a superb addition to the fleet with outstanding reliability and performance.

“We today also throw down the challenge to the regional airline manufacturers to develop a new form of jet to be available in 2017. We want manufacturers to combine the economic and environmental performance of the turboprop with the positive benefits of jet performance. Such a combination will provide the right technological platform from 2020 onwards.”

Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva, Embraer Executive Vice President says: "Flybe's decision to select the Embraer 175 to compliment its existing fleet of 14 E-Jets is great news indeed, and we thank you our friends from Flybe for this sign of trust in our E-Jet family. Sharing more than 86% commonality with the Embraer 195, the E-175 will continue meeting Flybe's stringent requirements for cost efficiency and high levels of comfort and functionality."

Mr. French concluded: “This is a good time to buy aircraft and fits Flybe’s long tradition of ground breaking deals which power the long term growth of the company. I thank Embraer and General Electric for the flexibility and innovation they have bought to the deal.”
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Old September 23rd, 2010, 04:46 PM   #3
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Flybe comprará aerolíneas regionales para expandirse por Europa

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Flybe, la aerolínea regional más grande de Europa, ha informado que está en conversaciones para la adquisición de otras compañías regionales que le sirvan de base para su expansión por Europa continental.

El consejero delegado y presidente de Flybe, Jim French, comentó que la compañía ha presentado dos ofertas de adquisición, pero se negó a comentar a cuáles empresas han sido dirigidas.

El primer ejecutivo de Flybe habló acerca de sus planes de expansión en Europa durante la presentación de resultados del ejercicio fiscal concluido el pasado 31 de marzo pasado.

Una de las tres grandes europeas con beneficios

La aerolínea, que afirmó ser “una de las tres grandes compañías europeas en obtener ganancias durante la recesión, cerró el año con un beneficio de 6,8 millones de libras esterlinas (8,11 millones de euros), una cifra que supone casi la mitad de los beneficios alcanzados el año anterior, cuando sus ganancias llegaron a 12,8 millones de libras (15,3 millones de euros).

No obstante, Flybe dijo que sus ganancias después de deducir los costes de reestructuración ascienden a 5,7 millones de libras (6,8 millones de euros), frente a las apenas 100.000 libras (unos 120.000 euros) de beneficio del ejercicio anterior.

La aerolínea transportó un número ligeramente inferior al del ejercicio 2008/09, pero sus beneficios fueron impulsados por la venta de servicios auxiliares (ancillary items), que subieron sus ingresos unitarios una media de un 15,9% hasta las 11,98 libras (14,3 euros) por pasajero.
Durante el lapso, la aerolínea redujo su deuda a la mitad, de 49,8 millones de libras (59,4 millones de euros) a 21millones (más de 25 millones de euros).

Grandes progresos

Flaybe destaca que el acuerdo de código compartido firmado con Air France en julio pasado, las negociaciones en curso con Finnair para dar a la aerolínea británica un mayor acceso al mercado escandinavo y la región del mar Báltico y la incorporación a su flota de hasta 140 nuevos aviones Embraer E-series, le permitiría "acelerar su propósito de expandir Flybe por Europa continental”.
El CEO de la aerolínea ha afirmado que “si bien el panorama económico global permanece confuso, seguimos siendo optimistas sobre los grandes progresos que Flybe seguirá haciendo durante el ejercicio 2010/11, especialmente como resultado de nuestros recientes acuerdos con Air France y Embraer".
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Old July 12th, 2011, 02:17 PM   #4
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Flybe compra el 60% de Finnish Commuter Airlines Ltd, y junto con Finnair creará Flybe Nordic.

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La aerolínea regional británica Flybe ha llegado a un acuerdo con Finnair para la compra de la empresa finlandesa Finnish Commuter Airlines (FCA) por 25 millones de euros, informó hoy a Efe una portavoz de la compañía aérea.

De esta manera, Flybe continúa adelante con sus planes de expansión tras haber anunciado el jueves unas pérdidas anuales brutas de 4,3 millones de libras (4,7 millones de euros).

Flybe comprará el 60 por ciento de participación en este negocio conjunto, que se conocerá con el nombre de Flybe Nordic, mientras que Finnair, la aerolínea de bandera de Finlandia, retendrá el 40 por ciento restante de las acciones.

FCA es la mayor aerolínea regional finlandesa en cuanto a operaciones y transporta alrededor de 900.000 pasajeros al año en los mercados finlandés, nórdico y del Báltico.

Finnish Commuter Airlines cuenta con 15 aviones y su facturación anual es de aproximadamente 90 millones de euros.

Las acciones de Flybe han caído un 37 por ciento desde su salida a Bolsa el pasado diciembre y, tras el anuncio de hoy, los títulos de Flybe subían un 2,2 por ciento.

"Las asociaciones y adquisiciones se encuentran en el centro de nuestra estrategia de crecimiento europeo", indicó el presidente y consejero delegado de esta compañía, Jim French, a los medios británicos.
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Old August 24th, 2011, 01:33 PM   #5
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Ya opera Flybe Nordic, y ya han colgado las rutas en la web y en el Route Map:

Mapa de rutas de Flybe
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Reestructuración de FlyBe y masiva cancelación de rutas, entre ellas alguna a Barcelona:

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Route Network Configuration

Flybe, Europe's largest independent regional airline, has announced its summer schedule for 2014, confirming more than 150 routes from 65 UK and European airports between March 30th and October 25th, 2014.

The timetable reaffirms Flybe's ongoing commitment to the regional economies of the UK and, with fares starting at just £19.99 one way including taxes and charges, the airline is determined to provide a product and an experience that is in tune with its customers' needs.

Following the recently announced reconfiguration of its route network, the airline can now also confirm that it is withdrawing 30 routes of which 14 normally operate for summer only.

Passengers affected by the route withdrawals are being contacted and offered, where possible, an alternative Flybe flight or a full refund on their ticket.

Commenting on the new schedule, Paul Simmons, Flybe's Chief Commercial Officer said: "We recently announced that we would be reconfiguring our route network as part of a carefully planned strategy to optimise our operations. We have since taken a long hard look at all the routes we fly to make sure that our new schedule is what our customers really want and that they operate at the best possible times for everyone. The extent of our confirmed regional network, with more than 150 routes on sale for next summer, means that no other airline has the regional and onward international connectivity offered by Flybe."

List of route withdrawals as follows:

Route Last Operating Date

Belfast City – Paris CDG 19.01.14
Bristol – Jersey 07.01.14
East Midlands – Paris CDG 13.01.14
Exeter – Newcastle 28.03.14
Glasgow – Shannon 05.01.14
Hannover – Southampton 19.01.14
Leeds Bradford – Southampton 19.01.14
Cardiff – Glasgow 19.01.14
Cardiff – Paris CDG 19.01.14*
Glasgow – Paris CDG 19.01.14*

*These two routes will still operate between Feb 20-24th to accommodate those travelling to Six Nations matches

Summer seasonal routes

Exeter - Barcelona
Southampton - Barcelona

Belfast City – Jersey
Bristol – Isle of Man
Edinburgh – Knock
Exeter – Nice
Isle of Man - Jersey
Isle of Man - Luton
Isle of Man – Southampton
Jersey – Luton
Jersey - Newcastle
Limoges - Newcastle
Newquay – Norwich
Southampton - Beziers

London Gatwick routes already announced ending 30th March 2014: Belfast City, Guernsey, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Newcastle
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Old January 31st, 2014, 03:58 PM   #7
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Nuevas rutas:

Alicante-BHX
Palma-BHX


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Flybe anuncia una nueva ruta:
Alicante - Birmingham


Temporada de Verano 2014
  • Flybe operará cinco vuelos semanales entre Alicante y Birmingham.

Flybe ofrecerá cinco vuelos semanales entre Alicante y Birmingham operados con Embraer 175 con capacidad para 88 pasajeros entre el 11 de Abril y el 29 de Septiembre de 2014, volando todos los lunes, miércoles, viernes, sábados y domingos.

Asimismo, Flybe operará cuatro vuelos semanales entre Alicante y Exeter (martes, miércoles, viernes y domingos) con el inicio de la Temporada de Verano de 2014, al igual que entre Alicante y Southampton (lunes, miércoles, viernes y domingos), aumentando progresivamente este último (cinco a partir de mayo -nueva frecuencia los jueves-) hasta alcanzar un vuelo diario a partir de julio.

Por contra, todas las rutas cesan a finales de septiembre -a día de hoy es difícil determinar si continuarán o no-. *

Temporada de Verano 2014:

Alicante (ALC) - Birmingham (BHX):
BE1857: 12:10 - 13:50 - 7
BE1857: 16:45 - 18:25 - 1/3/5
BE1857: 18:10 - 19:50 - 6
Birmingham (BHX) - Alicante (ALC):
BE1856: 08:00 - 11:30 - 7
BE1856: 12:30 - 16:00 - 1/3/5
BE1856: 14:00 - 17:30 - 6

Alicante (ALC) - Exeter (EXT):
BE1368: 20:55 - 22:25 - 2/3/5/7
Exeter (EXT) - Alicante (ALC):
BE1367: 16:50 - 20:15 - 2/3/5/7

Alicante (ALC) - Southampton (SOU):
BE1716: 10:50 - 12:20 - 1/3/4*/5
BE1716: 11:25 - 12:55 - 2*
BE1716: 11:40 - 13:10 - 7
BE1716: 21:05 - 22:35 - 6*
Southampton (SOU) - Alicante (ALC):
BE1715: 06:45 - 10:10 - 1/3/4*/5
BE1715: 07:20 - 10:45 - 2*
BE1715: 07:35 - 11:00 - 7
BE1715: 17:00 - 20:25 - 6*

* Jueves del 1 de Mayo al 25 de Septiembre de 2014.
* Sábados del 24 de Mayo al 27 de Septiembre de 2014.
* Martes del 1 de Julio al 16 de Septiembre de 2014.

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7 NEW ROUTES! Fly @bhx_official to Florence, Cologne, Toulouse, Alicante, Bordeaux, Palma & Porto. From £34.99 ow.


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31-January-2014
Europe’s leading regional airline announces ‘Magnificent Seven’ new routes including Florence, Cologne and Porto plus extra three jet aircraft to create its biggest ever base and over 1.7 million seats on sale for summer

Flybe, Europe’s largest independent regional airline, has today unveiled a major expansion of its operations at Birmingham Airport with the announcement of seven new routes that includes a six times a week service to Florence, in a first for the airport; daily flights to Cologne; a six times a week service to Toulouse; a five times a week service to Alicante and four times a week to Bordeaux, Palma Mallorca and Porto.

To support these ‘Magnificent Seven’ routes, Flybe *is also adding three of its 2x2 seat Embraer 175 jets to the airport thereby creating its biggest ever regional base with 12 aircraft, thereby creating more than 50 new Flybe jobs.

The airline’s daily service to Florence, capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and those to Toulouse and Porto in particular open up some important commercial regions for business travel but also are an attractive draw for leisure as well. *

Seats are on sale now at www.flybe.com plus details of full schedule, with one way fares from £34.99 including taxes and charges. Travel is effective from 10th April, 2014 to Alicante, Cologne, Florence and Porto; and from 13th May for the remaining three routes (Bordeaux, Palma and Toulouse), the majority of flights utilising Flybe’s new 88-seat E175 jet aircraft.

Paul Simmons, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer says: “Today’s news reinforces the increasing emphasis that Flybe is putting on its operations at Birmingham Airport. We’re obviously delighted to offer these additional seven new routes. Our decision to support the region by basing an extra three aircraft here is not only a vote of confidence in the local economy but also in the strong relationship we have built with the airport team.

The news follows hot on the heels of last week’s announcement that Flybe will be boosting the frequency on three of its most popular European routes from the end of March namely those to Hanover, Milan-Malpensa and Stuttgart.

As a result of the seven new destinations announced today, Flybe will now operate 32 routes to and from Birmingham for Summer 2014 with a choice of up to 375 return flights a week totalling an impressive 1.7 million seats.

William Pearson, Birmingham Airport’s Aviation Development Director, added: “By creating new jobs and offering more choice from Birmingham Airport demonstrates Flybe’s commitment to the Midlands region. Not only will this growth make Birmingham Airport Flybe’s biggest ever base, it will also become our largest carrier, flying up to 400,000 extra passengers a year and serving nearly two million travellers in total. We thank Flybe for its commitment to Birmingham and look forward to welcoming passengers on these new services this summer.

Continues Mr Simmons: “Flybe is strongly committed to supporting the UK’s regional economies and the London-centric media coverage of the aviation debate all too often neglects the rest of the country. By substantially increasing services from the UK’s second largest city, Flybe is demonstrating it realises the importance of maintaining and developing easy and affordable choices with convenient multi frequency regional schedules. We believe that our future here in Birmingham is bright and we remain committed to continue to play an important role in the development of airline passenger services to and from Birmingham and the Midlands.

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Nuevo IBZ-BHX

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flyBe in Summer 2014 season continues its expansion at Birmingham, with new seasonal service to Ibiza and Reykjavik. Both service will be operated from 29JUN14 to 07SEP14, 3 weekly each. Planned operation as follow.

Birmingham – Ibiza
BE1864 BHX2140 – 0115+1IBZ E75 257
BE1865 IBZ0145 – 0325BHX E75 136

Birmingham – Reykjavik
BE1870 BHX2130 – 2320KEF E75 257
BE1871 KEF2355 – 0340+1BHX E75 257
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Flybe presenta un ambicioso plan con nuevas rutas desde London City:

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The regional airline is to serve the business centres of Edinburgh, Belfast, Inverness, Exeter and the irish capital from the Docklands airport as part of a five-year deal, in a move which was the subject of industry speculation last month.

Services are scheduled to start on October 27 with tickets going on sale immediately.

Off-peak leisure flights to selected ski, French regional and northern Spanish destinations are also planned. More information about these routes will be announced in the coming weeks.
En el texto se mencionan ciudades del norte de España pero sin especificar ¿De cuáles podría tratarse BIO y BCN quizás?

Link:http://www.travelweekly.co.uk/Articl...y-airport.html
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San Sebastián lleva tiempo peleando por un vuelo a Londres, y dado las limitaciones de la pista, el aeropuerto de London City parece encajar en lo que los promotores del aeropuerto quiere (otra cosa es que sea lo que los pasajeros quieren, pero bueno).

En cualquier caso, me encantaría que BIO entrara en juego. En mi mundo soñado imaginario, sería perfecto la entrada de FlyBe, provocando que IAG tuviera que mejorar el producto en LHR para no perder pasajeros, quitandole la ruta a Vueling y devolviéndola a BA. Pero como digo, es un mundo soñado.
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Old April 24th, 2014, 07:53 PM   #11
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Buenas aquí añado horarios y frecuencias semanales:

London (LCY) - Belfast City (BHD) 18xw 08:45, 15:40, 19:45
London (LCY) - Dublin (DUB) 23xw 09:00, 13:25, 17:20, 21:20
London (LCY) - Edinburgh (EDI) 23xw 09:05, 13:20, 17:25, 21:20
London (LCY )- Exeter (EXT) 18xw 08:30, 16:40, 20:30
London (LCY) - Inverness (INV) 12 xw 09:35, 19:25


Belfast City (BHD) - London City (LCY) 18xw 06:45, 13:40, 17:40
Dublin (DUB) - London City (LCY) 23xw 07:00, 11:25, 15:20, 19:20
Edinburgh (EDI) - London City (LCY) 23xw 07:00, 11:20, 15:25, 19:25
Exeter (EXT) - London City (LCY) 18xw 06:40, 14:50, 18:40
Inverness (INV)- London City (LCY) 12xw 07:15, 17:05
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Old April 24th, 2014, 08:31 PM   #12
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Parece que ahora se quieren centrar en el pasajero de negocios y dejar atrás el de vacaciones , a ver que tal les funciona y a ver si así dejan de caer en picado en cuanto ingresos...
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Old May 8th, 2014, 11:45 PM   #13
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En marzo anunciaron tambien varias rutas desde London-Southend a Amberes, Caen, Groningen, Maastricht, Munster y Rennes.

http://www.southendairport.com/news/...ear-agreement/

Por ejemplo 65 euros ida y vuelta de Amberes a London-Southend, Cityjet cobra el doble o mas por volar a London City.

Aunque supongo que quien vuele a London City no le hara mucha gracia aterrizar en Southend.

El aeropuerto de Southend es bastante comodo por cierto, pequeño y nuevo, esta mas o menos a la misma distancia que Stansted del centro por ejemplo y hay un tren de cercanias que te deja en Liverpool street en 55 minutos.
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FlyBe añade dos rutas con un vuelo diario cada una a su base de BHX: Hamburgo y Oslo.

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flyBe Adds Birmingham – Hamburg / Oslo Service from late-Oct 2014

flyBe from 26OCT14 introduces new service from Birmingham, with daily flight each to Hamburg and Oslo, with Embraer E175 aircraft. Operational schedule as follow.

Birmingham – Hamburg
BE1854 BHX0730 – 1005HAM E75 6
BE1854 BHX1650 – 1925HAM E75 x6

BE1855 HAM1035 – 1115BHX E75 6
BE1855 HAM1955 – 2035BHX E75 x6

Birmingham – Oslo
BE1848 BHX1120 – 1425OSL E75 D
BE1849 OSL1455 – 1605BHX E75 D
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Old June 26th, 2014, 03:34 PM   #15
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En el texto se mencionan ciudades del norte de España pero sin especificar ¿De cuáles podría tratarse BIO y BCN quizás?

Link:http://www.travelweekly.co.uk/Articl...y-airport.html
Por curiosidad ¿se ha vuelto a saber algo sobre lo de la intención de volar desde el norte de España? A finales de abril comentaron que en siguientes semanas se anunciaría algo
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Old June 26th, 2014, 06:00 PM   #16
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Por curiosidad ¿se ha vuelto a saber algo sobre lo de la intención de volar desde el norte de España? A finales de abril comentaron que en siguientes semanas se anunciaría algo
Quizás pueda tener algo que ver la noticia del segundo párrafo de esta noticia:

http://www.diariovasco.com/gipuzkoa/...626144746.html

"Bosch ha comparecido junto al director del Aeropuerto, José Manuel Sánchez Losada. Ambos han anunciado que a partir de la próxima temporada de verano habrá una nueva compañía británica que ayudará al "desarrollo de nuevas vías"."
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Old June 26th, 2014, 06:45 PM   #17
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Pues sí, leyendo la noticia parece que ese aeropuerto del norte que podría ser EAS.
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Pues sí, leyendo la noticia parece que ese aeropuerto del norte que podría ser EAS.
Hace meses se comento que se buscaba una compañía para operar entre Hondarribia y London City, yo creo que al 99% será Hondarribi.
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