Last Christmas saw numerous flights too. easyJet operated to Kittila at 2/3 x weekly into February last year so it is for skiers as well as Santa passengers, if indeed it's for the latter at all.Very impressive schedule of flights to Finland this year and they seem to be growing every year.With December and January the quiet months of the year,with the santa flights and sports flights this month it will be interesting to see pax figures for this December.
In 2017 CAA stats show these total passenger figures for Finland from BRS.any idea when we may get those figures ? I note that easyJet now flies from Gatwick to Rovaniemi. Maybe a route for next winter from brs ?
The Loganair is no doubt bringing the Norwich City FC party for their Championship match against Bristol City tomorrow.Friday 14th December 2018
Enter Air B737-800 (SP-ENN) is due in from LPL at around 6:30pm this evening to overnight.
Loganair Do328-110 (G-CCGS) is due in from NWI at around 7pm this evening to overnight.
Barcelona might be pushing it a bit to call it a ski destination although it certainly gives access to ski slopes two or three hours away.Saturday 15th December 2018
First Ski flights of the season today:
- Austrian Airlines A320 (OE-LBX) due in empty from Vienna, Austria this morning before operating back to Innsbruck an hour later
- Austrian Airlines A320 (OE-LBS) due in empty from Innsbruck, Austria this afternoon before operating back to Innsbruck an hour later
Add to that the following scheduled departures to known Ski gateways:
4x GVA (EZY)
2x GNB (EZY)
2x SZG (EZY)
1x SOF (EZY)
1x LYS (EZY)
1x BGY (RYR)
Not sure if these count, any thoughts?
1x BCN (EZY)
2x VCE (EZY/RYR)