Forums4airports Statement re: Covid-19
after Prime Minister, Boris Johnson's address to the Nation at 20:30 on Monday, March 23rd 2020
Please be aware of the latest measures implemented by the UK Government this evening, It is now advising all persons to stay at home due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
PLEASE we ask, with any movements due in the next few weeks to your local Airport, Military base or local airfield, that you DO NOT attend that airport, military base or airfield, no matter how special it maybe. No aircraft is worth your health, your families health and all those around you. Those aircraft will come back we are sure, so please, adhere to the Government's advice and stay at home.
We wish every single one of our members, your families and loved ones the very best for the next few weeks and months ahead.
Please, please do your bit to Help the NHS and all emergency services.
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Suppose that initially they could construct a facility inside the old hangar 2 as it already will have power and water connections and would be away from prying eyes, just assumption but looking like desperate times coming.
Given all the doom and gloom how nice is this note that a young lady who lives in our close posted through our letterbox today?
My name is ***** and I live at Number 21.
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The use them or loose them rules regarding slots are being relaxed so that particular problem should get sorted.
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The words happy and Greta do not belong in the same sentence for her and people like her!
Miles off topic on here so maybe quite a few posts including this one should be moved elsewhere as nothing to do with route development or rumours.
Actually I quite agree and would not cancel but my kids have a different opinion saying it's not just about cost but concerns about their children just making the point that the aviation industry is in for a difficult time.
My eldest son is going to Florida in May with Tui from BHX with wife and two kids and has until next week to cancel which will cost them £1500, if they leave it any longer it will be over £10k, pretty sure they will bite the bullet and cancel.
There must be many folk facing similar decisions...