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Old May 19th, 2017, 09:43 PM   #861
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Emirates Sky Cargo at BHX

Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, has operated its freighter aircraft from Birmingham Airport as part of a new bespoke service for the transportation of exclusive Jaguar Land Rover cars to Chicago.

EK9923 departed Birmingham Airport on its way to Chicago O'Hare International in the United States of America, to deliver cars for further testing. Metro Shipping, the logistics service provider appointed by Jaguar Land Rover, partner to Emirates and strategic partner of Birmingham Airport was on hand to coordinate the logistics of the exciting shipment.

The freighter service is part of Emirates SkyCargo’s specialised offering, Emirates SkyWheels - air transportation solutions for high value automobiles. The service offers the safe transportation of luxury, premium vehicles. Airfreighting the cars directly from Birmingham, the location of Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull facility, to Chicago, also results in reduced handling of cars as there will no longer be a requirement for long-distance trucking of the vehicles.

The Jaguar Land Rover cars were uplifted by an Emirates SkyCargo Boeing 777 Freighter aircraft which has the capacity to carry over 100 tonnes of cargo. Large and outsized shipments can also be easily uplifted through the aircraft’s wide main deck cargo doors. The aircraft is one of the most modern, technologically advanced freighters available, and has the lowest fuel burn of any comparable sized aircraft.

Hiran Perera, Senior Vice President, Cargo Planning and Freighters, Emirates SkyCargo, said: “We have seen huge demand from customers across the globe for bespoke transportation solutions for various business verticals, which is why we’ve launched a number of sector-specific products as part of our offerings, such as Emirates SkyPharma, Emirates SkyWheels and more recently Emirates SkyFresh.

“It is a positive development that we are able to work with leading car manufacturers like Jaguar Land Rover on our Emirates SkyWheels offering. As a global facilitator of trade with a network spanning 155 destinations across six continents, we look forward to working with businesses across the Midlands and the UK to help them connect with their international counterparts.”

Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive Officer, Birmingham Airports said: "The Midlands is at the heart of UK manufacturing and the top export region outside of London and the South East, accounting for almost 20 percent of all English export goods.

"Air connectivity is an absolutely vital ingredient in growing this success and supporting global manufacturing brands such as Jaguar Land Rover, which produces thousands of vehicles each week from the Solihull plant, near the airport site. It therefore makes absolute sense to see more exporters using Birmingham Airport as a gateway to the world and I encourage business leaders in the region to support this opportunity to even further enhance the success of Midlands Engine."

Lawrence Boyle, Global Test Facilities Team Leader, Jaguar Land Rover said: "This is another milestone for Jaguar Land Rover as it continues to improve productivity, saving significant time and cost in the movement of our vehicles. By working with Emirates SkyCargo and using Birmingham Airport, we have a hub much closer to the centre of our engineering and manufacturing operations, enabling us to transport our premium products more quickly and efficiently. We are proud to have played a role in making this happen and supporting sustainable, profitable growth."

Tom Fernihough, Automotive Director, Metro Shipping said: ‘’Metro is delighted to realise its vision of achieving global supply chain solutions through local strategic partnerships creating a truly unique, bespoke and scalable platform, with the support of Emirates SkyCargo, Jaguar Land Rover and Birmingham Airport. We have drawn on our relationships and over 35 years of experience within the automotive logistics sector to deliver benefit to all parties involved, which we will also be offering to other shippers in the region.”

In December 2016, Emirates SkyCargo carried nearly 5,700 tonnes of cargo from the UK, up 29% on the same period last year*. This was the first month that Emirates SkyCargo exported a larger volume of cargo from the UK than any other airline. The total cargo volume flown by the UK arm of Emirates SkyCargo between January 2014 and December 2016 was nearly 190,000 tonnes.

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Old May 19th, 2017, 09:44 PM   #862
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Old May 22nd, 2017, 07:41 PM   #863
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BHX goes double daily A380 from October 2017





Emirates announced today that it will be introducing a second daily A380 service between Dubai and Birmingham, beginning 29th October 2017.

Flight EK39/40, currently operated by a Boeing 777, will now be operated by the iconic and highly popular Emirates A380, adding to the existing daily A380 already operating on the route.
Following the suspension of one of its flights to Birmingham, Emirates has decided to operate the new A380 - the world’s largest passenger aircraft, which features 615 seats. This means that from October, the airline will operate a twice-daily, all-A380 service to the Midlands.

Emirates’ decision to use a double-daily A380 service was in part driven by huge demand from passengers to travel on the iconic aircraft. Since the first A380 service from Dubai to Birmingham launched on 27th March 2016, over 300,000 passengers have already flown on the aircraft between the two cities.

The A380’s popularity is partly due to the fact that it features the widest individual in-seat Economy Class screens in the industry, measuring in at 13.3 inches and offers over 2,500 channels on in-flight entertainment system, ice. As with the current A380 used on the route, the aircraft will operate in a two class configuration, featuring 58 flat-bed seats in Business Class and 557 spacious seats in Economy Class, as well as Emirates’ popular Onboard Lounge.

And with Emirates offering A380 services to a number of key destinations in the East such as Auckland, Bangkok, Beijing, Perth, Singapore and Sydney, passengers travelling beyond Dubai have an increased opportunity to fly on the A380 on both legs of their journey, experiencing all the benefits that it offers. As with the current service, travellers also enjoy connectivity to Emirates' wide network of 31 destinations in the Indian Subcontinent and Africa.

In 2016 alone, Emirates launched new passenger services to places including Cebu and Clark in the Philippines, Yinchuan and Zhengzhou in mainland China, Yangon in Myanmar and Hanoi in Vietnam. On 1st July 2017, Emirates will also start flying daily to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Emirates started flying to Birmingham on 18 December 2000 as a daily service to Dubai, operated by a 278-seat Airbus A330. Since then, Emirates has carried over 5.2 million passengers between Dubai and Birmingham. An important segment on this route are the international students who travel to Birmingham every year to attend its prestigious schools and universities.

Emirates’ flight EK39 departs from Dubai at 07:25hrs and arrives in Birmingham at 11:25hrs. The outbound flight, EK40, departs from Birmingham at 13:30hrs and arrives in Dubai at 00:35hrs the following day.
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Paul Kehoe steps down as CEO of BHX

Long-serving head Paul Kehoe will focus more on his regional commitments with business bodies following his departure.

Birmingham Airport's long-serving chief executive Paul Kehoe will step down from the role next month.

Mr Kehoe, who will leave the post on July 12, has led the airport through a key period of growth since taking over the top job in October 2008.

During his tenure, annual passenger numbers have risen from 9.5 million to 12 million and the airport is currently undergoing a £100 million programme of works aimed at improving speed through security and parking and transport around the airport.

The airport has also expanded its route network and the number of airlines operating from it while key developments he has overseen include a new international pier, extension of the runway and the creation of a single terminal and centralised security area.

More recently, Mr Kehoe, 58, has been increasingly involved in promoting the West Midlands region as chairman of Marketing Birmingham and its successor the West Midlands Growth Company and president of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Following his departure, he will concentrate more on his regional commitments.

Mr Kehoe said: "It has been a privilege to serve the people of the West Midlands by leading their airport at this exceptional time.
"I planned originally to stay only for five years but the challenge became so exciting that I stayed for another four.

"In every role, there is a natural business cycle and, after delivering significant airline and passenger growth, completing all the major development projects which resulted in a doubling of the profit, generating significant dividends for shareholders and the region, I feel it is time for the next generation to take the business forward."

Airport chairman John Hudson added: "On behalf of the board, I would like to express our grateful thanks to Paul for the tremendous contribution he has made to Birmingham Airport during the last nine years.

"Under his leadership, the airport has built relationships with new carriers, grown passenger numbers to more than 12 million and delivered significant economic value to the region.

"His connections with the local community set Paul apart as a true industry leader. He leaves with our strong support and the highest admiration for his commitment to Birmingham Airport and the West Midlands."
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Old June 15th, 2017, 09:36 PM   #866
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19.5% passenger growth for May 2017



Birmingham Airport has revealed May was another record breaking month with passenger figures showing over 1.2 million people travelled through the terminal – giving a 19.5% growth rate year on year.

In total 1,202,493 passengers flew through Birmingham – over 196,000 more than the same month in 2016.

The most significant rate of growth was on short haul services with an increase of 21.5% year on year. Long haul services saw a smaller 2.2% increase. May saw two bank holidays as well as school half term, this led to a rise in holiday bookings for city breaks and family holidays.

Jo Lloyd, Commercial Director at Birmingham Airport, said: “We are now celebrating our twenty seventh consecutive month of record breaking growth and this is our second million passenger month this year.

“Summer is fast approaching and we expect this one to be our busiest yet. We are investing heavily into the airport infrastructure to improve operational efficiency as the volume of passengers increase. Recent works have included the opening of a new premium set down car park just outside the terminal and the creation of new self-serve check in facilities.”

Scheduled traffic accounted for 90 per cent of the total, with charter passengers making up the remaining ten per cent.

Scheduled traffic overall grew by 20.9 per cent, with significant year-on-year growth to Nantes (+208.3%), Sofia (+195.2%), Rhodes (+186.5%), Bucharest (+147.3%), Ibiza (+138.5%) and Paphos (+115.6%).

Charter traffic saw 8.2% growth with significant expansion on services to Punta Cana (+177.3%), Gerona (+176.7%), Kos (+71.6%), Menorca (+66.7%) and Malaga (+56.6%).


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Bad news for BHX ;-(

Birmingham to New York flights axed as United Airlines pulls out.
Major blow for Birmingham Airport as regular service to Newark set to end.

Birmingham Airport has suffered a significant blow after United Airlines announced it was pulling out.

United will no longer operate flights from Birmingham to New York after October 5, the Mail can reveal.


This comes less than a year after a similar blow – when American Airlines discontinued its service to JFK airport in New Work.

A spokesperson for United said it was down to poor take up on the flights, but it is also understood that the fall of the pound against the dollar after Brexit has played a part.

Consultation has begun with three United staff working out of Birmingham Airport.

The spokesperson said: “United will discontinue its service between Birmingham and New York/Newark.

“The last service will be on October 5, 2017, westbound. We have regretfully taken this decision because of the route’s poor financial performance.
“We will contact customers with bookings for flights beyond those dates to provide refunds and re-accommodate where possible. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”

Talks have begun with the staff about severance payments and opportunities for redeployment.

Anyone from the Midlands who wants to fly United to the US would now have to travel to Manchester or London.
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Anyone from the Midlands who wants to fly United to the US would now have to travel to Manchester or London.
Or Dublin. Dublin and Manchester are steadily divvying up full service long haul routes between them in recent years.

Dub gets US routes and Man gets China and India. They are almost like a cartel.

This will change some when airlines start flying Airbus A321 transatlantic routes from EG Belfast Edinburgh and Birmingham in 2 years or so after the A321LR goes into service but full service airlines are unlikely to serve BHX - New York again.
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Or Dublin. Dublin and Manchester are steadily divvying up full service long haul routes between them in recent years.

Dub gets US routes and Man gets China and India. They are almost like a cartel.

This will change some when airlines start flying Airbus A321 transatlantic routes from EG Belfast Edinburgh and Birmingham in 2 years or so after the A321LR goes into service but full service airlines are unlikely to serve BHX - New York again.

BHX could also get China and India flights as it already has daily flights with Air India and charter flights to GOA with Thomson. MAN currently has no regular service to India.
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Birmingham to New York flights axed as United Airlines pulls out.
Major blow for Birmingham Airport as regular service to Newark set to end.

Birmingham Airport has suffered a significant blow after United Airlines announced it was pulling out.

United will no longer operate flights from Birmingham to New York after October 5, the Mail can reveal.


This comes less than a year after a similar blow – when American Airlines discontinued its service to JFK airport in New Work.

A spokesperson for United said it was down to poor take up on the flights, but it is also understood that the fall of the pound against the dollar after Brexit has played a part.

Consultation has begun with three United staff working out of Birmingham Airport.

The spokesperson said: “United will discontinue its service between Birmingham and New York/Newark.

“The last service will be on October 5, 2017, westbound. We have regretfully taken this decision because of the route’s poor financial performance.
“We will contact customers with bookings for flights beyond those dates to provide refunds and re-accommodate where possible. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.”

Talks have begun with the staff about severance payments and opportunities for redeployment.

Anyone from the Midlands who wants to fly United to the US would now have to travel to Manchester or London.
Have there been talks from Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic, or BA to mount US flights from Birmingham? Maybe this is a prime opportunity for the British carriers to step up to the plate and develop such flights and help the Midlands economy.
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Have there been talks from Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic, or BA to mount US flights from Birmingham? Maybe this is a prime opportunity for the British carriers to step up to the plate and develop such flights and help the Midlands economy.
No but there are strong rumours going around that an airline is about to launch x 3 new North American routes from BHX and everybody is saying its not any of the above or Norweigan and that it will "raise a few eyebrows" whatever that means ?????

Interesting times ahead, so i wonder if United got whiff of this and decided to go and not give up a fight.
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No but there are strong rumours going around that an airline is about to launch x 3 new North American routes from BHX and everybody is saying its not any of the above or Norweigan and that it will "raise a few eyebrows" whatever that means ?????

Interesting times ahead, so i wonder if United got whiff of this and decided to go and not give up a fight.
Raise a few eyebrows? Could it be Aer Lingus, Jet2, TUI, or some unknown carrier?
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Raise a few eyebrows? Could it be Aer Lingus, Jet2, TUI, or some unknown carrier?

Or Westjet of Canada ????
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Or Westjet of Canada ????
But that's Canada only, not United States as well... and it has recently expanded services to Gatwick too from multiple Canadian airports using B763s.
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My best guess is US Airline Jetblue for summer 2018 initially (until they get A321neos in 2019) It won't be a full service airline like AL or BA.

My other guess is "Level"
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Dub gets US routes and Man gets China and India.
Sorry to go off topic towards BHX airport for a second but just reading that comment intrigued me to do a little investigating. I know there is a bit of competition with Man vs. Dublin at the minute. Similar passenger numbers, Man looking at taking a leaf out of Dublin's book with pre U.S clearance etc...

Dublin has always had a strong link with the U.S but in recent years Manchester has been jumping on the States bandwagon, so wanted to see the difference.

Dublin direct with the U.S:
  • Philadelphia
  • Chicago
  • JFK New York
  • Newark
  • Houston
  • Washington
  • Boston
  • Los Angeles
  • Hartford
  • Orlando
  • San Francisco
  • Atlanta
  • Charlotte
Total 13

Manchester direct with the U.S:
  • Philadelphia
  • Chicago
  • JFK New York
  • Newark
  • Houston
  • Vegas
  • Boston
  • Los Angeles
  • Miami
  • Orlando
  • San Francisco
  • Atlanta
Total 12

Was quite surprised. A lot of Manchester's (as well as some Dublin) are seasonal however. Man is mainly supported by Thomas Cook & Virgin with American, United & Singapore Airlines. Dublin's frequency is definitely more ramped up though with more much frequencies.

Getting back on topic... I'm sure that hasn't helped our Midland friends in anyway, sorry lol! With Thomas Cook focused on the North at present and Virgin mainly down South, I do feel Norwegian could really make a statement at BHX. There is a gap in the market and I feel like they would be the best choice. Who knows... As mentioned, looks like something is coming soon!
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With Thomas Cook focused on the North at present and Virgin mainly down South, I do feel Norwegian could really make a statement at BHX. There is a gap in the market and I feel like they would be the best choice. Who knows... As mentioned, looks like something is coming soon!
Well I would have suspected Norwegian first had Brum X not EXPLICITLY said....NOT Norwegian ......and to prepare for a surprise.

I do feel that Norwegian (or an analog) could also chase the full service airlines off the Atlantic in Edinburgh and Belfast in time, leaving them with DUB MAN and the big 2 in London as the only destinations.

So my number one guess is someone trying to replicate the Norwegian model using new gen narrows and that's why I suggest Jetblue as a likely candidate as they have a load of A321 and A321LR planes on order for delivery by 2019.

A least with narrows you can run all year round where it ain't worth serving tier 2 airports with wides in winter. You just reduce the frequency in winter.
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OH, I should have mentioned WOW Air as another possibility, with a stopover in Reykjavik.
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OH, I should have mentioned WOW Air as another possibility, with a stopover in Reykjavik.

These flights will have no stopover bob, or be one stop flights. They will be direct.
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Flyone arrives at BHX yesterday 15/07/2017

Operating a new weekly flight to Chisinau in Moldova of all places, quite a nice little niche route for BHX, the only one outside London i think.

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