The as many staff as passengers is due to TFW taking this pandemic extremely seriously.
May I point out that Public Transport should be for essential travel only as they are operating at lower capacity due to social distancing.
Hoards of school children heading to Barry Island clogging up...
Firstly, Nigel at the Cambrian would like to thank each and every customer that has been to the club this last 13 years, your loyalty has allowed it become what it is today.
We have recently had to announce the closure of the club as you know it.
The Coronavirus has affected the...
I don’t think you can really tell by the rotation as I believe the computers will calculate the correct thrust required based on maximum take off weight.
if you think of some of the shorter runways Ryanair use for example they may rotate roughly the same % proportion of the runway.
Be careful on an older aircraft squeezing too much in. Your actually adding more airframe/engine hours.
you will also be forced to spend a lot of money on delayed flight compensation if the first flight is severely delayed.
Unsure what the current dispatch reliability of the Jetstream 41 is...
Maybe the crew who do the early flight is the same that do the late flight on a split duty.
throwing an extra flight in the middle May add too much complexity.
Maybe the move to Teeside has not had the desired effect and passenger number have dropped making it unviable.
The question is who would then replace Spencer in in his current role if he became permanent CEO of Cardiff Airport?
The second question would Spencer Birns be better suited in his current role or would he be better as CEO and having someone fresh taking up the commercial role?
All very well the 5 mile travel rule being relaxed. The one other main obstacle is the 14 day quarantine on arrival into Wales. Being relaxed by England but at the moment we don’t know if Wales is joining them.