- Feb 1, 2013
I was just thinking the same to be honest. There's got to be more to come from the big two surely ?
It also helps passenger and aircraft flows with these flights being out of the airport's peak times.Better timings than at BHX. Some rumblings of discontent can be seen on their forum (despite one member calculating these routes will make 47 new routes for the year!). Their Malaga flight lands at 2:25am apparently, although I haven't checked this.
Thats approx 10,000 extra passengers for Bristol 2017. Need much more for 8 million target. Like many dreamliner loads.
In December Conns757 said I'd not captured all the growth from the incumbent carriers in my passenger total projection for 2017 when I was sceptical about breaching the 8 million barrier. He said that level would be achieved 'easily'.I was just thinking the same to be honest. There's got to be more to come from the big two surely ?
Flow control?Both the Malaga and Ibiza flights today were around 40 mins late departing ! not a good start , does anyone know why ?
Booking availability now extends to 2 June 2018. It looks as though BA is booking 12 months ahead and that the BRS routes (and the otherUK routes) will become available for next summer week by week as this summer progresses.2018
Early signs are that the routes will continue in summer 2018. The BA booking engine only goes as far as 25 May next year but BRS (and BHX and MAN) are shown as operating on 19 May which is the only Saturday within the period that the booking engine currently covers.