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Old September 9th, 2014, 07:08 AM   #61
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No, Hainan is a passenger flight, however, cargo bookings are already open in advance of passenger sales.
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Great new !! when can we expect the official press release?
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Old September 13th, 2014, 06:38 PM   #64
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Ryanair launches new routes for summer 2015

RYANAIR, the Irish budget airline expects passenger numbers to rise 10% in 2015 to 2.7 million as it launched its summer schedule.

The airline which in recent months has been making strides to be more customer friendly and also to woo business passengers, has added two new destinations, Shannon in Ireland and Eindhoven in the Netherlands and upped the frequency of existing routes to Alicante, Lisbon and Madrid, taking the total number of routes to 37 and weekly return flights to 204.

Chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs told TheBusinessDesk that the airline's would like to double its Manchester business in the next five years to well over five million.

"Manchester is an important market for leisure, city breaks and business and we want to grow more - there is no reason why it can't be as big a base as Madrid, where we have more than five million passengers a year.

"We are pleased to be the first airline in the UK to launch its 2015 summer schedule - and I would not be surprised if we don't add further routes too between now and next year."

Mr Jacobs, who previously worked for Makro in Irlam before moving to Tesco and then moneysupermarket.com, said Ryanair was particularly excited about its new Business Plus product, which it expects to strike a chord with the North West business community.

"The growth of the North West, and Manchester over the last few years, has been a great success story. We expect a major factor in our growth will be business traffic from Manchester to places like Cologne and Madrid.

"In launching our new product for the corporate market we have listen to what customers want in terms of flexibility and being first off the aircraft, and are confident it's going to be popular."

He said the Dublin-based carrier was happy with the relationship with Manchester Airports Group: "As a low cost airline we have to have the best deals with airports so we can keep prices low. We are pleased MAG bought Stansted and we have a good relationship with them so we can both grow our businesses."

This week Rynair unveiled plans nearly to double in size and carry 150 million passengers a year by 2024 after placing a $22bn order with Boeing for 200 new Boeing 737 Max 200 aircraft, which will be delivered from 2018.
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Old September 15th, 2014, 11:37 AM   #65
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Yet more headline news from Ryanair

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Manchester Airport jobs boost as Ryanair announces new routes

Airline to increase passenger numbers by 300,000 and create 400 jobs as part of new business plan
Ryanair is set to create 400 new jobs as it adds new routes and boosts passenger numbers

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Ryanair is set to add new routes, boost passenger numbers by 300,000 and create 400 jobs as part of its 2015 business plan at Manchester Airport, thanks to the city’s booming economy.
Kenny Jacobs, head of marketing at Ryanair, told the M.E.N. that many of the airline’s new fleet, with Boeing set to deliver 180 aircrafts over the next five years, will be based at Manchester.

The airline is also adding routes which are focussed primarily on business travellers.

These include Shannon and Eindhoven – home to the Philips headquarters – an addition to next summer’s schedule which is a nod to Manchester’s own growth rate.

It means Ryanair will have 37 Manchester routes next year, boosting its customers to 2.7m and providing a total of 2,700 jobs in the city.

Extra flights will also be added to the airline’s Alicante, Lisbon and Madrid routes. Mr Jacobs said: “Manchester is growing faster than the rest of the UK so by putting in more aircraft, serving more routes – and more business routes – we are growing with it. Businesses across all industries are continuing to move to Manchester.

“The economy has also had an upturn so people are more confident about going back to frequent breaks away. Manchester is a great place to visit, people come from all over Europe.”

He said Airport City will also be a growth factor.

He added: “We have always been focussed on leisure flights in Manchester but it’s becoming a business hub too.”

Ryanair has created a new flexible ticket aimed at business travellers, with flight times changeable up to one hour before take-off.

Mr Jacobs added: “Shannon is popular because a lot of people in Manchester have connections with the city, with many from that part of Ireland. And there are also business links.

“Eindhoven is the base for the Philips headquarters – and it’s just one hour from Amsterdam – so it’s going to get lots of people talking in the business community.”

Ryanair is also aiming to nearly double its fleet over the next decade.

They have ordered 180 new 737-800s from Boeing, which will arrive over the next five years.

And from 2019-2024, a further 100 Boeing 737s have been ordered – a design which saves energy, reduces emissions and has modern seats which provide more legroom.

Another 100 have also been ordered provisionally.

Mr Jacobs had one final request to help boost ticket sales, adding: “United getting to the Champions League would help – I’m a season ticket holder so I also say that for personal reasons but they do have a big international fan base.”

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Old September 16th, 2014, 11:04 AM   #66
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FLYBE EXPANDS GLOBAL NETWORK WITH NEW FINNAIR CODESHARE FROM MANCHESTER


Published 09/06/2014 16.21 | Updated 11/09/2014 15.04

Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has secured a codeshare agreement with Helsinki-based
airline, Finnair, that - with effect from 15th September - will offer passengers seamless onward travel through Flybe’s Manchester hub to Finnair destinations not only in Finland but also to those on its wider global network, that includes 15 Asian destinations! The timetables for Finnair’s twice-daily services between Manchester and Helsinki are designed for optimal connections to Asia.

The news is also a win-win situation for all the 11 regional airports directly served by Flybe flights
that, as well as Manchester, include Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow,
Inverness, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Newquay and Southampton. All will benefit from the additional passengers as Flybe’s Finnish airline partner in turn extends its network throughout the United Kingdom.

Paul Simmons, Flybe’s Chief Commercial Officer says: “The agreement with Finnair is an exciting
development for Flybe and we are delighted to be working with such an excellent and
well-respected airline. The codeshare is a win-win for both airlines. For Flybe, it furthers our
ambition of being a ‘One Stop to the World’ from the UK regions and enables us to outreach to a
new and different market, whilst at the same time further facilitating the needs of our leisure and
business passengers.”

“We are pleased to be able to offer an expanded network of services throughout the UK with our good partner Flybe,” adds Hannu Sundberg, Finnair’s Director, Commercial Partnerships. “Greater connectivity with these regional centres in the UK enhances the ability of our customers to travel to and conduct business all over the British Isles, while also opening up Finland and Finnair’s extensive Asian network to more UK travellers.”

Passengers will be able to earn and redeem Finnair Plus points on any of the Flybe-operated flights
that carry Finnair’s AY flight designator.

In 2011, Flybe established a joint venture partnership with Finnair, Flybe Finland, that operates a
mixture of contract-flights on behalf of Finnair as well as its own flights around Finland and the
Nordic region from its base at Helsinki Airport.

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Good to see more and more Airlines usung MAN as hub, Thomas Cook have similar plans shortly.
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Old November 1st, 2014, 11:17 PM   #67
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Courtesy World rep....

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So, we are 2 months from the end of 2014. Time for a round up.

New long haul growth has until about January to be announced for any decent lead-in time (which is normal).

We have, for the rest of 2014 and into 2015 the following news.

The Good:

-Saudi Airlines increases Jeddah to 4 weekly from 9th November.
-Pakistan Airlines increases Islamabad from 4 to 5 weekly from March*.
-Virgin Atlantic introduces daily Atlanta on A330-300 from March
-Delta introduces daily New York JFK on B757 from June.
-Thomas Cook introduces 3 weekly New York JFK on A330-300 from May*.
-Thomas Cook also introduces 2 weekly Miami on A330-200 from May.
-Air Canada increases season of Toronto.
-Aegean continue Athens into the winter on A320*
-Thomson to increase Montego Bay from 2 to 4 weekly on B787 from May
-Jet2 to introduce Air Asia A330-300 on Manchester routes
-Cathay Pacific introduce 4 weekly Hong Kong from December on B77W.
-Turkish Airlines use much larger A330 on selected flights over the winter.
-British Airways introduce a 2nd night stopping aircraft on the Heathrow run, increasing flights.
-British Airways add 2nd daily on Gothenburg, and extra 2 flights to Billund.
-Easyjet add Funchal 2 weekly A320
-Ryanair have added daily Shannon and 4 weekly Eindhoven

Hotly tipped:

-Thomas Cook to introduce 2 weekly Los Angeles and 2 weekly Boston on A330, destinations still listed on Thomas Cook Airlines website

-Hainan to introduce 4 weekly Beijing on A330-200 from May. Cargo bookings being taken already

The bad news:

-Little red flights to Heathrow end as the company winds down domestic flights

-Aer Lingus Regional end Shannon due to Ryanair starting route.

Rumours/other business:

-American Airlines to Miami on B767-300
-Aeroflot currently have an A330 in Manchester to be painted in a Manchester united special colour scheme.
-Air Austral are to send their entire B777-300 fleet into MAN from November to be painted into a new scheme.
-DHL to send in a regular B767 cargo flight once the logistics centre is opened

Notes (news marked with a *)

* With the addition of 6th weekly Islamabad, PIA now have 12 weekly flights into Manchester
* With the addition of Delta and Thomas Cook to New York, Manchester now has up to 5 daily flights to New York, on 6 different airlines including the only scheduled widebody aircraft from a UK region to New York.
* Aegean now offers the only year runs link to Athens from outside London.
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Old November 2nd, 2014, 06:31 AM   #68
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Old November 6th, 2014, 11:46 AM   #69
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Monarch have announced 1 weekly Preveza and 2 weekly Rhodes from MAN.
They previously ran these as charter destinations, but, the routes now move to a scheduled basis. Ibiza is also increased.

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Thomas Cook have announced 17 new weekly frequencies on various European routes from Manchester. They range from 2 extra weekly to Lanzarote, to an extra 4 flights to Enfidha. They will base an additional A310 at MAN, and also, are now basing an additional A330 at MAN (was due to be 4 based A330, now 5 based).

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Easyjet have announced 3 weekly Porto from March 2015. It means MAN is now linked to every main airport of Portugal (Madeira, Lisbon, Faro and now Oporto).

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More route news is to follow in the next 3 weeks..........
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More on easyJet`s MAN expansion...

LOW cost airline easyJet has revealed three new routes next summer for business and leisure passengers travelling from Manchester.

The new services to Pisa, Marseille and Porto will mean easyJet will serve 38 destinations from Manchester, which will be fulfilled by the addition of a ninth aircraft to be based at the airport from next June.

Across the new routes the airline is expected to fly 2,000 passengers a week from the airport throughout next summer, operating twice a week to Marseille and Pisa and three times to Porto, Portugal's second-biggest city.

Ali Gayward, commercial manager at easyJet, said: "The three completely new routes underline our commitment to both leisure and business passengers in the North West.

"Whether our customers want just a short hop to Marseille on the French Riviera or to soak up the charms offered by Pisa and Porto, we expect all our new routes to be popular. Our routes make it easy and affordable for business and leisure travellers to connect to a choice of summer destinations."

Stephen Turner, aviation commercial director at Manchester Airports Group added: "By adding new routes, easyJet continue to offer popular destinations and the addition of Porto and Marseille are two brand new routes for Manchester Airport which is fantastic news.

"The extra capacity will help to accommodate our continually increasing passenger numbers and offer our passengers a wider choice of destination for summer 2015."


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Manchester named top UK airport by airlines

AIRLINES have voted Manchester Airport as UK Airport of the Year, beating larger rivals Heathrow and Gatwick.Manchester, the third-largest airport by passenger volumes, was crowned at the annual Airport Operators Association (AOA) awards in London in recognition of its year of growth, increased destination choice and infrastructure investment.Voted for by the British Air Transport Association - members include airlines easyJet, British Airways, Flybe, Jet2, Virgin Atlantic, Thomas Cook and Thomson - the awards take place...



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New routes and increased capacity boosts Manchester Airport

MANCHESTER Airport is within touching distance of reaching its pre-recession record of 22 million passengers after another strong month of growth.The airport said passenger numbers rose 7.1% in October to more than two million, taking the rolling annual total to 21.8 million.During October there was a 12% year-on-year increase in passengers flying internationally, as numbers were boosted by new route launches and the introduction of increased capacity on existing long haul routes. Ken O’Toole, chief commercial officer...

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MAN awaiting investment news...

Enterprise Zone growth on the cards in Autumn Statement

An expansion of the Manchester enterprise zone may be announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in December, with plans for an extension of MediPark and Airport City South.

According to a report published ahead of today's meeting of the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities scrutiny committee, a business case for the expansion has been put forward at the request of the Department for Communities & Local Government. If accepted, the news will form part of George Osborne's Autumn Statement on 3 December.

The Manchester enterprise zone consists of a series of linked sites focused around Manchester Airport, University Hospital of South Manchester with MediPark and Roundthorn, Atlas Business Park and Wythenshawe town centre.

A joint venture partnership between Beijing Construction Engineering Group, Carillion and the Greater Manchester Pension Fund is funding the £800m development at Airport City, working alongside the Manchester Airports Group. Argent is the development manager.

According to the report, the JV has occupier interest on 300,000 sq ft of office space and around 500 hotel bedrooms, with proposals and conversations at various stages of development with prospective occupiers.

There is active occupier interest on 200,000 sq ft of space and 12 acres of land at Airport City South, including an 80,000 sq ft enquiry following the China Roadshow in June 2014.


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dnata brings ground handling expertise to Manchester International Airport

dnata’s UK operations continue to grow with the addition of ground handling services at Manchester International Airport (MAN). This is dnata’s second passenger handling operation in the UK, supplementing its cargo operations at the regional hub.
The company’s ground handling operations at the airport commenced earlier this week with Emirates’ three daily flights, and, in December, dnata will add Cathay Pacific’s four weekly flights from Hong Kong. To ensure the smooth handling of each flight, dnata hired 110 new employees from the area to support dispatch, along with ramp and passenger services. This more than doubles the company’s employee strength at the airport.
“The UK’s regional hubs are vital connectors of people and cargo,” said Gary Morgan, CEO of dnata’s UK operations. “We had already moved to a larger refurbished cargo handling facility at Manchester Airport earlier this year, and the addition of ground handling services is a vote of confidence in dnata’s services and safety record.”
Each year, Manchester Airport welcomes over 21 million passengers. dnata has invested close to GBP 2 million in facilities, technology, and equipment to deliver ground handling services at the airport. The company will use a large range of ground support equipment to handle passengers and baggage for its airline customers.
“We welcome dnata’s investment into their operation at Manchester and are confident they will continue to grow their services, as we also continue to add passenger numbers and more routes at the airport,” said Andrew Cowan, Chief Operating Officer for Manchester Airports Group (MAG) . We want to ensure we have the best performance on the airfield so that airlines are able to provide the best standards to their passengers and dnata will be an important part of that overall process.”
This year, dnata has expanded its UK presence to include seven of the region’s busiest airports. The company currently provides ground and cargo handling services at London Heathrow, and cargo handling at Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, East Midlands, Newcastle, and Gatwick airports. dnata currently employs 2,400 people across the region, handling over 25,000 aircraft turns a year, and over 600,000 tonnes of cargo.

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