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3 hours ago, asitis said:

I wouldn't bank on getting in this morning !!

If this is scheduled downtime someone needs to be asked why at this time of year !

With 40% probability, temporarily from Tuesday 9:00 till 12:00: Visibility 3000m. Rain drizzle. Clouds broken 400ft.

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1 hour ago, NoTailT said:

I think if Aurigny became part of e.g. Eastern but the operation losses funded by Guernsey, it'd be a very different story. Just commercially, as we know from our own experiences, Gov run anything is never done commercially sensible.

Wonder if Jez travelled up from Heathrow to Liverpool for a freebie on Loganair?

 

Hardly many other options with a once a day flight to London ! Goes to show a lot of the Liverpool traffic is people heading on to London and demonstrates the demand is there . What a ridiculous state of affairs ! 

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7 minutes ago, NoTailT said:

One wonders what environmental projects this £2M "environmental tax" take has been getting expended on since its introduction and where would its rescinding actually impact upon?

I'm going to wager "none" and "salaries and pensions".

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On 11/9/2021 at 2:52 PM, Non-Believer said:

One wonders what environmental projects this £2M "environmental tax" take has been getting expended on since its introduction and where would its rescinding actually impact upon?

I'm going to wager "none" and "salaries and pensions".

See Boy David spouting

If I was a betting man I would say that would be absorbed into the airline's operating costs, rather than passed on to the consumer

Yes David but we'll never know now will we. Even if it was 10% chance of getting it passed on to the consumer that is better than your offer of 0% chance. 

 

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On 11/9/2021 at 2:41 PM, NoTailT said:

They have reviewed this many times, it is clear to everyone, that applying a position which mirrors that of airports with large catchment areas and many destinations, needs some modification for a small island airport with limited traffic. Hopefully, the people who think we are having 2 million passengers per annum, and are going to be a hub, will be told to get a reality check ! We need to strive to be the best at what we are, and stop dreaming of large jets and millions of people. As air transport is in the throes of a major shake up worldwide it is perhaps a good time for some thinking which acknowledges we are a niche market and seeks to cater to that !

 

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