Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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Re: Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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when LZ was created, Belgian spotters where happy to have their own forum
But I always understood this forum was meant to cover ALL aspects of aviation, not only spotting? For myself I don't object to figures and statistics, but I do regret we get only very little news about military and general aviation.

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Re: Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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Sorry Jan, while you posted your reply, I edited my msg to put things straight. But you've beaten me...

I agree with your remark.
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Re: Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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To -JFP,

"Enjoy your statistics, I'll enjoy the overflights on this beautiful day.
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...please be welcome in this minority group
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Re: Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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jan_olieslagers wrote:
when LZ was created, Belgian spotters where happy to have their own forum
But I always understood this forum was meant to cover ALL aspects of aviation, not only spotting? For myself I don't object to figures and statistics, but I do regret we get only very little news about military and general aviation.
That's how I understand this forum too.
Spotting informations are very nice, but it's only a third of what i'm interested of.
Now, if you expect spotter reply and you get a guy discussing about tonnage, I can understand you're not happy, but that was not so clear from start.
The next post is about bad news for BRU. (Bad cargo news for BRU often means: it widens the gap with LGG, on the other hand an increase for MST isn't a threat because "they play in a different league".
The following post is about cargo with China, more bad news for BRU in this respect while I start asking myself what the relationship is with the initial question.
The whole topic should be about BRU lossing freight. It's an important topic that we don't discuss enough in my opinion. And when I want to say something about it, it does not mean we need to have LGG in the equation. Of course you know who I am supporter of, but I try to be neutral.
More gap for LGG, well, technically, maybe BUT : 1. I don't think BRU will ever catch back LGG. 2. MST may become annoying for LGG, because as already said, it doesn't make much sense to have 2 airports so close to each other.
Stay cool, i'm not here everyday to discuss LGG vs BRU.

Regarding your LGG question, i'll answer them in the LGG topic, to keep the logic.


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Re: Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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Here is the press releasefrom RJ Cargo, announcing the move to MST.
Can someone explain which type of commodities could have been restricted at BRU according to them? I know that airports like MST, LGG, ... are niche airports specialising in eg perishables,... allowing them make a good offer to their customers. But restrictions are something totally different.

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Re: Royal Jordanian Cargo moving back to MST??

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Not sure if this is going to help you understanding the reason for the move.
http://www.meuse-rhine-journal.com/html ... 40926.html
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