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Severn

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Saturday 4 July 2020
Thanks for the update TLY. There will have been 18 departures today as you say and below I've added to your post the aircraft used:

Ryanair: Tenerife South, Budapest, Lanzarote, Palma, Bergerac, Kaunas, Alicante, Faro, Seville, Poznan, Malaga, Gdansk, Warsaw Modlin, Dublin (x 2)
Ryanair used all 4x based B738 today, EI-DLK/DPL/ENE/EVA along with 7x visiting aircraft:
- 3x RYR B738 (Ryanair - EI-DCK/DHZ/DYV) operating from Dublin (x2) & Seville
- 3x RYS B738 (Buzz - SP-RKS/SM/SX) operating from Poznan, Gdansk & Warsaw Modlin
- 1x LDM A320 (Lauda - OE-LOS) operating from Palma
- possibly a first Lauda A320 visit operating a scheduled route?

easyJet: Malaga, Faro
easyJet used 2x based A320s for the above routes (G-EZTC/WP)

KLM Cityhopper: Amsterdam
KLM Cityhopper used an E190 on todays AMS rotation (PH-EZU)

Business Jets
A busier day, with at least 10x departures and arrivals.
 

kraktoa

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International departures are now averaging 100 plus to Spanish destinations. Mainly Brit holiday makers. Its picking up definitely.
 

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International departures are now averaging 100 plus to Spanish destinations. Mainly Brit holiday makers. Its picking up definitely.
There have been a few 'sold-outs' when I've checked the seat selector for random flights. For example, today's and tomorow's easyJet flights to Alicante are shown as sold out and I remember a Ryanair flight to Palma too. It's not just BRS. Ryanair's Exeter-Malaga this morning was shown as sold out when I checked the seat selector last night.
 

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Thursday 16 July 2020

easyJet are gradually reopening more routes from BRS. For the past couple of weeks the easyJet destinations from BRS have been Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast Int, Alicante, Malaga, Faro and Amsterdam, although not all routes have operated every day.

Today Nice reappears and tomorrow Palma, Tenerife South, Geneva and Barcelona.

In fact, Thursday sees 21 departures, the most to date post-COVID.

Ryanair: Arrecife, Venice MP, Dublin, Palma, Girona, Malta, Milan MXP, Krakow, Malaga, Faro

easyJet: Palma, Tenerife South, Alicante, Edinburgh, Belfast Int, Amsterdam, Faro, Geneva, Barcelona, Glasgow

KLM Cityhopper: Amsterdam

This is nearly one fifth of the usual daily departure numbers at this time of the year. In fact, it's probably just over one fifth of seating capacity as the turbo-props that make up the departure numbers aren't operating at the moment, other than Loganair a few times a week to Aberdeen.
 

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Saturday 18 July 2020

26 departures today - about 25 % of normal for this time of year.

Ryanair (16): Tenerife South, Budapest, Arrecife, Dublin ( x 2), Palma, Bergerac, Kaunas, Alicante, Faro, Seville, Bucharest, Poznan, Malaga, Gdansk, Warsaw Modlin

easyJet (9): Belfast Int, Heraklion, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Malaga, Fuerteventura, Faro, Mahon, Ibiza,

KLM Cityhopper (1): Amsterdam
 

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CMV the cruise operator that owned Marco Polo has gone into administration. The Marco Polo regularly came into Bristol docks so I presume there must have been passengers using the airport to board or leave the ship.
 

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CMV the cruise operator that owned Marco Polo has gone into administration. The Marco Polo regularly came into Bristol docks so I presume there must have been passengers using the airport to board or leave the ship.
The Marco polo has been laid up due to the covid 19 for 4 months in Avonmouth. There was passengers fly into BRS to join the ship but dont know how many. Would think Easyjet and Ryanair would be the biggest losers
 

kraktoa

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I presume that a lot of crew would also sign off and on at Bristol docks. As most crew these days are from non EU countries it will affect KLM too.
 

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Saturday 25 July 2020

Momentum really beginning to gather pace now - 37 departures today:

easyJet (17): Faro, Arrecife, Split, Belfast International, Larnaca, Heraklion, Newcastle, Malaga, Edinburgh, Zakynthos, Glasgow, Fuerteventura, Las Palmas, Kefalonia, Mahon, Naples, Ibiza.

Ryanair (16): Tenerife South, Budapest, Arrecife, Palma, Bergerac, Kaunas, Alicante, Faro, Seville, Bucharest, Poznan, Malaga, Gdansk, Warsaw Modlin, Dublin (x 2).

TUI (3): Palma, Kos, Rhodes.

KLM Cityhopper (1): Amsterdam
 

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Tuesday 28 July 2020

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operated to these Spanish destinations today despite the latest Government guidance re non-essentail travel:

Palma, Arrecife, Murcia with Mahon and Barcelona due to operate later today

Ryanair operated to these Spanish destinations today:

Tenerife South, Seville, Girona with Palma due to operate later today

TUI cancelled its Palma flight.
 

kraktoa

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Maybe EZY reckon that it is cheaper to fly these flights with hardly anyone showing up than to cancel it and pay the fares back to the punters.
 

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Maybe EZY reckon that it is cheaper to fly these flights with hardly anyone showing up than to cancel it and pay the fares back to the punters.

Click on this link and when the page appears click on 'Spain Flying programme' (Read more...) to read easyJet's latest policy on flights to Spain.
 

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Maybe EZY reckon that it is cheaper to fly these flights with hardly anyone showing up than to cancel it and pay the fares back to the punters.
For the next week and a half I imagine they will have some loads on the return leg from people who travelled out before the quarantine was announced.
 

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Saturday 1 August 2020

Movements move up another gear today - the previous highest number of departures following restart was 37 last Saturday. Tomorrow there are 45:

easyJet (26 ): Pisa, Murcia, Arrecife, Faro, Split, Belfast International, Larnaca, Heraklion, Edinburgh, Biarritz, Newcastle, Pula, Malaga, Zakynthos, Marseille, Glasgow, Fuerteventura, Venice MP, Gran Canaria, Dalaman, Kefalonia, Naples, Mahon, Porto, Ibiza, Palma

Ryanair (15): Tenerife South, Budapest, Arrecife, Palma, Bergerac, Dublin, Kaunas, Alicante, Faro, Seville, Bucharest, Malaga, Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw Modlin

TUI (3): Palma*, Kos, Rhodes

KLM (1): Amsterdam

* I presume this is cancelled although it's not shown as such yet on the BRS departures page
 

kraktoa

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Movements May be up but international flights have seen a 60% drop in passenger figures outbound this week after a rise in numbers the previous week.
 

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Movements May be up but international flights have seen a 60% drop in passenger figures outbound this week after a rise in numbers the previous week.
Inevitable I suppose given the situation in Spain. When I looked yesterday only 70 seats were shown as occupied on the easyJet 235-seat A321 to Arrecife.

The non-Spanish routes seem to have healthy loads though with many well into the 90% seat occupancy and some sell-outs, and with more non-Spanish routes coming back this month that trend ought to continue - unless the government decides on quarantine from more countries.

This time of year it would be expected that most of the holiday route flights be heavily loaded but as these aren't normal times there is no template with which to compare.

How long easyJet and Ryanair will continue to operate to Spain and its islands possibly depends on the government's attitude to Spain changing in the near future. Flying out aircraf that are one-third full obviously isn't calculated to be viable for too long, unless a lot of people have already paid for seats but decline to travel and operating, rather than cancelling the flights with the fare refunds potentially payable, is the better option for these airlines.
 

kraktoa

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Around this time in the summer there are plane loads of Young spanish and Italian students who come to the UK to study English. That sector is practically wiped out too.
 

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3-9 August 2020

I checked the BRS airline departures for the past seven days using FR24 and the BRS website and found that there was a total of 320 departures, and broadly the same number of arrivals although some TUI flights might have returned empty as they were the first of the truncated season.

In summary easyJet operated 193 departures, Ryanair 98, TUI 13, KLM 7, Blue Islands 4, Wizz Air 3 and Loganair 2. The daily breakdown is below.

Monday 3 August (46 departures)

easyJet
(28):

Malaga, Catania, Split, Murcia, Faro, Newcastle, Glasgow (x 2), Edinburgh (x 2), Athens, Funchal, Alicante, Copenhagen, Toulouse, Paris Cdg, Rome Fiumicino, Nice, Inverness, Las Palmas, Belfast International, Amsterdam, Dalaman, Madrid, Corfu, Bordeaux, Ibiza, Palma

Ryanair (13):

Las Palmas, Ibiza, Rzeszow, Alicante (x 2), Krakow, Beziers, Limoges, Knock, Malaga, Girona, Valencia, Dublin

Wiz Air (1):

Katowice

KLM (1):

Amsterdam

TUI (1):

Antalya

Blue Islands (1):

Jersey

Loganair (1):

Aberdeen

Tuesday 4 August (48 departures)

easyJet
(28):

Palma, Split, Arrecife, Murcia, Tenerife South, Naples, Faro, Pisa, Edinburgh (x 2), Glasgow (x 2), Olbia, Inverness, Gibraltar, Paris Cdg, Pula, Bilbao, Mahon, Lisbon, Bodrum, Berlin Schoenhof, Geneva, Porto, Biarritz, Belfast International, Alicante, Newcastle, Kefalonia, Newcastle, Nice

Ryanair (18):

Tenerife South, Seville, Bucharest, Dublin, Girona, Bergamo, Gdansk, Kaunas, Malta, Alicante, Bergerac, Palma, Venice MP, Faro, Warsaw Modlin, Poznan, Budapest, Milan Malpensa

KLM (1):

Amsterdam

TUI (1):

Zakynthos

Wednesday 5 August (41 departures)

easyJet
(25):

Palma, Dubrovnik, Corfu, Fuerteventura, Zakynthos, Rhodes, Amsterdam, Glasgow (x 2), Paris Cdg, Malaga, Ibiza, Bordeaux, Venice MP, Toulouse, Inverness, Antalya, Heraklion, Edinburgh (x 2), Dalaman, Kefalonia, Newcastle, Nice, Belfast International

Ryanair (11):

Chania, Bologna, Wroclaw, Dublin, Palma, Bergerac, Cologne, Girona, Vienna, Alicante, Faro

Wiz Air (1):

Katowice

KLM (1):

Amsterdam

TUI (2):

Rhodes, Dalaman

Blue Islands (1):

Jersey


Thursday 6 August (40 departures)

easyJet
(27):

Palma, Split, Tenerife South, Faro, Gibraltar, Edinburgh (x 2), Paris Cdg, Funchal, Geneva, Alicante, Murcia, Marseille, Newcastle (x 2), Dalaman, Pisa, Barcelona, Antalya, Glasgow (x 2), Amsterdam, Belfast (x 2), Bodrum, Inverness, Malaga

Ryanair (12):

Arrecife, Venice MP, Dublin, Palma, Girona, Tenerife South, Malta, Bergamo, Krakow, Malaga, Faro, Alicante

KLM (1): Amsterdam

Friday 7 August (52 departures)

easyJet
(31):

Palma, Malaga, Catania, Tenerife South, Murcia, Alicante, Lisbon, Paris Cdg, Copenhagen, Berlin Schoenhof, Rome Fiumicino, Nice, Toulouse, Newcastle (x 2), Bordeaux, Athens, Glasgow (x 2), Edinburgh (x 2), Amsterdam, Dubrovnik, Bodrum, Belfast International (x 2), Corfu, Inverness, Madrid, Mahon, Faro

Ryanair (13):

Valencia, Las Palmas, Ibiza, Alicante (x 2), Dublin (x 2), Knock, Limoges, Rzeszow, Beziers, Malaga, Cologne

Wizz Air (1):

Katowice

KLM (1):

Amsterdam

TUI (4):

Antalya, Corfu, Zakynthos, Dalaman

Blue Islands (1):

Jersey

Loganair (1):

Aberdeen


Saturday 8 August (45 departures)

easyJet
(27):

Amsterdam, Alicante, Pisa, Arrecife, Split, Belfast International, Larnaca, Heraklion, Edinburgh, Biarritz, Faro, Olbia, Murcia, Marseille, Malaga, Zakynthos, Fuerteventura, Barcelona, Venice MP, Las Palmas, Kefalonia, Dalaman, Pula, Mahon, Naples, Porto, Ibiza

Ryanair (15):

Tenerife South, Budapest, Arrecife, Palma, Bergerac, Dublin, Kaunas, Alicante, Faro, Seville, Bucharest, Malaga, Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw Modlin

KLM (1):

Amsterdam

TUI (2):

Kos, Rhodes

Sunday 9 August (48 departures)

easyJet
(27):

Murcia, Bodrum, Gibraltar, Ibiza, Split, Rhodes, Alicante, Lisbon, Palma, Inverness, Dubrovnik, Berlin Schoenhof, Belfast International (x 2), Bordeaux, Edinburgh (x 2), Antalya, Amsterdam, Glasgow (x 2), Geneva, Madrid, Toulouse, Faro, Paris Cdg, Newcastle

Ryanair (16):

Wroclaw, Bologna, Palma, Chania, Malta, Cologne, Girona, Milan Malpensa. Dublin (x 2), Malaga, Faro, Alicante, Vienna, Venice MP, Krakow

KLM (1):

Amsterdam

TUI (3):

Heraklion, Kefalonia, Dalaman

Blue Islands (1):

Jersey
 
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