BRU 07/09/2014

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BRU 07/09/2014

Post by Malaysia » 06 Sep 2014, 22:44

EK183/184 operated by a B77W A6-EBN iso B77L, seems Emirates is doing better then they expected. If this continues for another 6 months we can expect an A380 and say farewell to Jet and co..

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Post by Mavke » 07 Sep 2014, 00:15

Or more space for cargo .... !

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Re: BRU 07/09/2014

Post by BRU » 07 Sep 2014, 07:47

The B77W will come to BRU beginning next year. The L is only temporarely, due to aircraft availibility. Wil be good for cargo. Up to 30 tons each flight. A380 will never come as BRU can not have them and are not category Evairport, with exception for 747-8F. Visit of LH380 came with special procedures and was an exception.

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Re: BRU 07/09/2014

Post by KriVa » 07 Sep 2014, 12:17

BRU wrote:A380 will never come as BRU can not have them and are not category Evairport, with exception for 747-8F.
BRU is not ready to handle an A380, because it doesn't have to be. They don't exactly expect A380 operations to start anytime soon, so why invest the money (lots of money) in a lost cause?
If EK decides to start A380 operations, and the funds are available (through whichever way), I don't see why BRU couldn't become an A380 airport.
Not that BRU-DXB would need an A380, at least not right now, but we can always see what the future holds.
As it stands, once B77W operations start, the EK planes will be amongst the largest passenger planes in BRU, anyway.
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Re: BRU 07/09/2014

Post by Mavke » 07 Sep 2014, 17:27

and if they want to grow more at Brussels , then they wil start with 2 flights a day. ( early morning , late evening ?)

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Re: BRU 07/09/2014

Post by CTBke » 07 Sep 2014, 18:22

like they did in Amsterdam, 777 and a380
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Re: BRU 07/09/2014

Post by tangolima » 07 Sep 2014, 21:31

CTBke wrote:like they did in Amsterdam, 777 and a380
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And first started with only one 777 a day. After some years it became 1 A380 a day and nowadays it is an A380 in the afternoon and in the evening a 777

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