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Bernie747 wrote: 05 Jun 2020, 16:47
sdbelgium wrote: 05 Jun 2020, 13:53 Due to a debt dispute with airport authorities, all El Al cargo flights have been suspended until further notice.
Dear SD Belgium ! No debt from El Al to LGG. If you
Want to face Israeli lawyers on your way keep spreading your bullshit ...!
Dear Bernie747,

I did approve your post, but it is not a nice way to introduce yourself. The information of SDBelgium is correct, but it does not relate to a debt of El Al to LGG. It relates to debt problems with El Al in general, as related by CH-Aviation:

https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/91558

"Meanwhile, the Israel Airports Authority has suspended El Al's cargo flights because of debts owed to the authority, Reuters reported. This vital source of revenue during the current crisis was curtailed starting from 1800L on June 2."
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Ly881 flew yesterday as usual
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Acid-drop wrote: 06 Jun 2020, 08:54 Ly881 flew yesterday as usual
As LY841 departed this early morning to JFK. Those full cargo flights are operated by Atlas Air (N486MC). This might be the reason why those flights are not affected. It would be interesting to see if LGG still accomodates LY passengers planes operating for cargo operations !

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https://www.stattimes.com/news/cainiao- ... hou-liege/

So cainiao is probably using multiple airlines
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https://www.aviation24.be/airports/lieg ... s-history/

Despite the loss of some ethiopian flights to China (operated from BRU)
Despite the loss of some qatar and ethiopian flights operated from MST
Hard to say if it's positive result, or just a high number that could have (should have ?) been much higher
It would be interesting to know if this is because the physical limitations (pipeline, parking spots, ...)
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Hi
They also lost ATG, now in OST and MST
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Looks like they lost some atco's too !

"Lack of staff at Skeyes: Liège Airport operates in minor mode during the day"

https://www.lameuse.be/620932/article/2 ... ode-mineur

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LGG is consistently losing traffic it seems : qatar, ethiopian, uzbekistan, ...
And potentially trying to hide it
https://www.flows.be/nl/logistics/liege ... de-stijgen

It would be interesting to understand what's cooking
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Acid-drop wrote: 13 Sep 2020, 20:11 LGG is consistently losing traffic it seems : qatar, ethiopian, uzbekistan, ...
And potentially trying to hide it
https://www.flows.be/nl/logistics/liege ... de-stijgen

It would be interesting to understand what's cooking
Bcs they only announce when it is positive. The same for CRL I also didn't saw any month figures for pax. Unless I looked over it, but I don't think so

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Aerotranscargo of Moldova added another B747-400BDSF, serial 25075 reg OM-ACJ -> ER-BBB, which was reactivated after a year in storage at Liege. Where in Liege was it stored?
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sn26567 wrote: 15 Sep 2020, 20:38 Aerotranscargo of Moldova added another B747-400BDSF, serial 25075 reg OM-ACJ -> ER-BBB, which was reactivated after a year in storage at Liege. Where in Liege was it stored?
Was stored on the cargo north apron near stands 138-140, next to OM-ACB which is still present

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Atlantis wrote: 13 Sep 2020, 20:36
Acid-drop wrote: 13 Sep 2020, 20:11 LGG is consistently losing traffic it seems : qatar, ethiopian, uzbekistan, ...
And potentially trying to hide it
https://www.flows.be/nl/logistics/liege ... de-stijgen

It would be interesting to understand what's cooking
Bcs they only announce when it is positive. The same for CRL I also didn't saw any month figures for pax. Unless I looked over it, but I don't think so
I doubt the numbers are bad.
Image
Fedex and flights to/from China are doing well
Now it doesnt mean everything goes well
A lot happened obviously, too bad they dont wish to communicate more
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JVSpotter wrote: 16 Sep 2020, 00:22
sn26567 wrote: 15 Sep 2020, 20:38 Aerotranscargo of Moldova added another B747-400BDSF, serial 25075 reg OM-ACJ -> ER-BBB, which was reactivated after a year in storage at Liege. Where in Liege was it stored?
Was stored on the cargo north apron near stands 138-140, next to OM-ACB which is still present
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Phone picture, bad quality, but you get the idea
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Or this one I think.

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New dutch cargo tax could impact positively LGG
https://www.cargoforwarder.eu/2020/09/2 ... aastricht/

Strangely they list LGG as an expensive airport
If anyone could elaborate on that i'm interested
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