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by flightlover
28 Nov 2019, 02:22
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: The Thomas Cook bankruptcy and its aftermath
Replies: 127
Views: 27319

Re: The Thomas Cook bankruptcy and its aftermath

"Other"? But not TUI I guess? Which airlines are mainly/usually used by those "other" package tour operators? Or is it really a big blend of all companies? I don't know about all commercial deals between tour operators and airlines. One tour operator can have dozens of them depending on the number ...
by flightlover
27 Nov 2019, 14:16
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: The Thomas Cook bankruptcy and its aftermath
Replies: 127
Views: 27319

Re: The Thomas Cook bankruptcy and its aftermath

brabel wrote:
27 Nov 2019, 14:02
So, Wamos took over the Neckermann offices and they are open again.
If you book there, which airline do u fly with? Still SN?
Any news on that?
The airline selected by the tour operator that assembled the package you bought. They only offer vacations by other tour operators for now.
by flightlover
25 Nov 2019, 12:26
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: 2019 Liège Airport (LGG/EBLG) latest news
Replies: 92
Views: 60160

Re: 2019 Liège Airport (LGG/EBLG) latest news

Screenshot_20191123-220228_Flightradar24.jpg Lets see how many idiots read this forum and how much mess they want to create this time. It's almost double the length of MAA - LGG. So half as bad no? ;) Double?? MAA (Chennai)-LGG is almost 8000km! IATA code for Maastricht is MST. sorry, my bad :oops:
by flightlover
24 Nov 2019, 02:18
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: 2019 Liège Airport (LGG/EBLG) latest news
Replies: 92
Views: 60160

Re: 2019 Liège Airport (LGG/EBLG) latest news

Acid-drop wrote:
23 Nov 2019, 22:04
Screenshot_20191123-220228_Flightradar24.jpg

Lets see how many idiots read this forum and how much mess they want to create this time.
It's almost double the length of MAA - LGG. So half as bad no? ;)
by flightlover
09 Nov 2019, 08:17
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airlines in 2019
Replies: 1150
Views: 346806

Re: Brussels Airlines in 2019

lumumba wrote:
09 Nov 2019, 01:29
I flew in fast and flex in August with complimentary catering included!
I think it is more to do with the time you ordered the tickets. If you have a ticket including a meal they just can't tell you last minute: "sorry but you will not get what you paid for."
by flightlover
08 Nov 2019, 12:36
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019
Replies: 110
Views: 93010

Re: Strikes worldwide (except Belgium) in 2019

For those two SN-flights, which flights are cancelled/delayed? Or where these planes otherwise just standing still at BRU? There are less flights during the winter schedule, thus planes are easily available. Why don't they use those available planes in the winter schedule to (new) "business destina...
by flightlover
04 Nov 2019, 12:39
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airport (BRU) infrastructure: future
Replies: 1572
Views: 495313

Re: Brussels Airport (BRU) infrastructure: future

None of those stands had double boarding bridges in the past, I feel like you’re thinking of 233. That stand is A380 capable, with double bridges. Whether or not double bridges will be installed, I have no clue, but I do think others on this forum might. 233 is a triple bridge A380 capable gate. On...
by flightlover
31 Oct 2019, 11:15
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brucargo 2019: cargo routes & news
Replies: 28
Views: 8809

Re: Brucargo 2019: cargo routes & news

Did Saudia leave Brussels completely? And why it was a long term client! Thanks They moved towards Germany if I'm not mistaken. The same reason as why others have left: A combination of service levels and/or freight demand. One as a consequence off the other. (I just can conclude that some things w...
by flightlover
27 Oct 2019, 22:14
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brucargo 2019: cargo routes & news
Replies: 28
Views: 8809

Re: Brucargo 2019: cargo routes & news

From oct 28 EY will be flying a temporary T7 full freight service from BRU.
by flightlover
15 Oct 2019, 15:46
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airlines in 2019
Replies: 1150
Views: 346806

Re: Brussels Airlines in 2019

And this is the root cause of the linguistic problems in Belgium. Will any Walloon company translate every communication in Dutch if they have no sites situated in Flanders? I doubt it. But when french speaking people come to work or live in Flanders they want any communication in French. Why? becau...
by flightlover
13 Oct 2019, 06:48
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airlines in 2019
Replies: 1150
Views: 346806

Re: Brussels Airlines in 2019

The impact of Wamos taking over Neckermann is not completely clear yet, but at least there is hope that they will take over some Thomas Cook business. Wamos have an ultra low cost airline branch, so either SN will have to offer very cheap flights either they will operate the flights themselves by f...
by flightlover
06 Oct 2019, 19:58
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airlines in 2019
Replies: 1150
Views: 346806

Re: Brussels Airlines in 2019

Been working on a project for BKO recently. Till August there were also 7 weekly flights to ORY in addition to the AF dailies to CDG. 4 Aigle Azur and 3 Corsair. ET flies a weekly T7 cargo from BRU and CV has an irregular 74 from LUX. H.A. ET towards BKO? They have a positioning flight BKO-BRU as f...
by flightlover
04 Oct 2019, 10:07
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: 2019 Liège Airport (LGG/EBLG) latest news
Replies: 92
Views: 60160

Re: 2019 Liège Airport (LGG/EBLG) latest news

Saudia Cargo adds Liège Airport to its network https://aircargoworld.com/allposts/saudia-cargo-adds-liege-airport-to-network/ Really sad that they left BRU because of the noise restrictions of the Brussels capital. Cargo is really suffering Not only due to the noise restrictions in this case.
by flightlover
25 Sep 2019, 13:00
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: BRU Summer 2020: news, new routes, airlines
Replies: 244
Views: 126749

Re: BRU Summer 2020: news, new routes, airlines

Yuqu12 wrote:
25 Sep 2019, 12:56
Yeah I figured out that one. Was thinking what would happen if one aircraft gets for example stuck in Brussels when there is a snowstorm or has technical problems...
in case of a snowstorm grounding the plane my bet is on IAD rather than BRU.
by flightlover
12 Sep 2019, 00:18
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: 2019 Antwerp Airport (ANR/EBAW) latest news
Replies: 165
Views: 69749

Re: 2019 Antwerp Airport (ANR/EBAW) latest news

In short: * Rumours about flights to Geneva, Zurich, Hamburg, Munich, Manchester and even Tel Aviv. No company mentioned or insinuated. * Parking P2 will be expanded, old buildings will be broken down as Parking P3 will become a bus-garage for De Lijn. * Antwerp Airport is profitable, but discussio...
by flightlover
26 Aug 2019, 01:03
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Brussels Airlines in 2019
Replies: 1150
Views: 346806

Re: Brussels Airlines in 2019

Just a though, but could the long MX time have something to do with the lack of spares for the new type of engines and so on?
I can imagine that supplies are low for the moment as they are switching to the newer A333 type. Especially if it's involving some less prone to fail pieces.
by flightlover
12 Aug 2019, 13:00
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: BRU Summer 2020: news, new routes, airlines
Replies: 244
Views: 126749

Re: BRU Summer 2020: news, new routes, airlines

I have made more specific researches about the B31 - B33 triple gate at BRU. Informations collected from last year but interesting. Learning about an issue. As a reminder, the whole infrastructure has cost a 6 millions € budget. A confirmed chinese technology used wordwide and for the first time at...
by flightlover
11 Aug 2019, 01:29
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: Air Belgium in 2019
Replies: 358
Views: 166462

Re: Air Belgium in 2019

Boavida wrote:
10 Aug 2019, 14:20
As long as Air Belgium choses to fly from CRL, I don't see a bright future for them. Air Belgium seems more like a political project than a proper airline. Too bad.
They needed a reason to extend the runway, don't think anyone else was candidate to play such a role.
by flightlover
11 Aug 2019, 01:18
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: BRU Summer 2020: news, new routes, airlines
Replies: 244
Views: 126749

Re: BRU Summer 2020: news, new routes, airlines

I got some exciting news about 2020 but i’m not 100% sure since it’s viavia I heard it from someone who knows someone working for BAC. Apparently Brussels Airport is working hard behind the scenes to attract new airlines! -we can welcome soon Asiana! -Singapore Airlines interested in starting a rou...
by flightlover
08 Aug 2019, 12:56
Forum: Latest aviation news
Topic: 2019 Antwerp Airport (ANR/EBAW) latest news
Replies: 165
Views: 69749

Re: 2019 Antwerp Airport (ANR/EBAW) latest news

As from Monday 12th August 2019: major road works on the R11 Krijgsbaan Borsbeek-Wilrijk, just next to Antwerp Airport: http://wegenenverkeer.be/node/6588 That should have no impact at all on the airport or its passengers: the terminal is on the other side, so from either way to the airport, you do...