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airforced

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May 5, 2010
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Jet2, together with other UK airlines, must be tearing their hair out with the in/out policy who is next, quarantine requirements imposed on their traditional routes with no end in sight on when it might end. I really do feel for them and their employees and the uncertainty that it creates. However I also feel that public health is a priority that HM Govt can't ignore. Whatever anyone does is going to attract criticism from someone. It is just a shame that so many people seem to be ignoring the guidelines forcing the R rate back up which in turn has necessitated the current restrictions.

Fortunately Jet2 seem to be able to react quickly and change their programmes a result of whatever new changes are made. Good luck to them and I trust that their good reputation and quick feet enables them to see this terrible time out and that they are able to come back stronger when, whatever becomes normal, returns.
 

Seasider

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I have just tried to check in for our holiday to Portugal to see if we have been allocated seats next to each other. Because of covid, the online check-in is now 14 days before departure, so they must be hoping that Portugal (and probably others) will be removed from the quarantine list.
 

lbaspotter

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I believe in the past it’s been 14 active not taking into account standby

3x 757-200
6(could be more)x 737-300
Remaining 5x 737-800.

I could be wrong. I’m sure @lbaspotter posted a few months ago S20 plan.

I think S21 will be whatever is remaining of the 300 fleet and then rest 800’s. So about 9 800’s maybe more.
Looking at a typical Saturday schedule in August 2021 it looks like Jet2 will require 8+ Boeing 737-800 & 7+ Boeing 737-300’s at LBA meaning 15+ aircraft in operational service. I would also expect there to be at least 1+ spare back up based Boeing 737-800 in reserve for tech issues..

Boeing 737-800 = 1
LS443 = LBA 06:00 – HER 12:10 / LS444 = HER 13:00 – LBA 15:30
LS281 = LBA 16:40 – BOJ 22:10 / LS282 = BOJ 23:00 – LBA 00:35*
Boeing 737-800 = 2
LS421 = LBA 06:00 – RHO 12:30 / LS422 = RHO 13:15 – LBA 15:45
LS475 = LBA 16:45 – DLM 23:05 / LS476 = DLM 23:55 – LBA 02:25*
Boeing 737-800 = 3
LS249 = LBA 06:05 – FUE 10:35 / LS250 = FUE 11:25 – LBA 15:55
LS477 = LBA 16:55 – LPA 21:40 / LS478 = LPA 22:30 – LBA 03:10*
Boeing 737-800 = 4
LS197 = LBA 06:45 – IBZ 10:35 / LS198 = IBZ 11:35 – LBA 13:30
LS217 = LBA 14:55 – ACE 19:25 / LS218 = ACE 20:25 – LBA 00:45*
Boeing 737-800 = 5
LS271 = LBA 07:00 – ALC 10:55 / LS272 = ALC 11:55 – LBA 13:55
LS223 = LBA 15:20 – TFS 20:05 / LS224 = TFS 21:05 – LBA 01:50*
Boeing 737-800 = 6
LS185 = LBA 07:00 – AGP 11:05 / LS186 = AGP 12:05 – LBA 14:15
LS405 = LBA 15:30 – PFO 22:10 / LS406 = PFO 23:00 – LBA 02:05*
Boeing 737-800 = 7
LS477 = LBA 07:10 – ZTH 11:50 / LS448 = ZTH 13:55 – LBA 15:55
LS219 = LBA 16:55 – ACE 21:15 / LS220 = ACE 22:05 – LBA 02:25*
Boeing 737-800 = 8
LS251 = LBA 07:15 – FAO 10:25 / LS252 = FAO 11:15 – LBA 14:25
LS213 = LBA 16:35 – AYT 23:05 / LS214 = AYT 23:55 – LBA 02:35*
Boeing 737-300 = 1
LS255 = LBA 06:00 – GRO 09:30 / LS256 = GRO 10:15 – LBA 11:45
LS297 = LBA 12:30 – REU 16:05 / LS298 = REU 16:50 – LBA 18:25
Boeing 737-300 = 2
LS367 = LBA 06:00 – PSA 09:35 / LS368 = PSA 10:20 – LBA 11:55
LS235 = LBA 12:55 – EGC 15:55 / LS236 = EGC 16:35 – LBA 17:35
LS227 = LBA 19:10 – PMI 22:55 / LS228 – PMI 23:40 – LBA 01:30*
Boeing 737-300 = 3
LS489 = LBA 06:10 – LRH 08:55 / LS490 = LRH 09:35 – LBA 10:20
LS237 = LBA 11:10 – PMI 14:55 / LS238 = PMI 15:40 – LBA 17:25
LS275 = LBA 18:20 – ALC 22:15 / LS276 = ALC 23:00 – LBA 01:00*
Boeing 737-300 = 4
LS257 = LBA 06:30 – PMI 10:15 / LS258 = PMI 11:15 – LBA 13:05
LS175 = LBA 14:05 – JER 15:20 / LS176 = JER 16:00 – LBA 17:15
LS247 = LBA 18:15 – FAO 21:25 / LS248 = FAO 22:10 – LBA 01:20*
Boeing 737-300 = 5
LS375 = LBA 07:00 – MAH 10:45 / LS376 = MAH 11:30 – LBA 13:20
LS273 = LBA 16:45 – ALC 20:40 / LS274 = ALC 21:30 – LBA 23:30
Boeing 737-300 = 6
LS241 = LBA 07:30 – NCE 10:50 / LS242 = NCE 11:40 – LBA 13:05
LS245 = LBA 14:10 – SPU 18:05 / LS246 = SPU 18:50 – LBA 20:55
Boeing 737-300 = 7
LS229 = LBA 09:00 – PMI 12:45 / LS230 = PMI 13:45 – LBA 15:35
LS265 = LBA 18:00 – AGP 22:05 / LS266 = AGP 22:45 – LBA 00:55*
 

JetRob

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If memory serves me correctly, over the last few years isn't the average amount of aircraft we have around 15 anyway with atleast 1/2 on standby? Obviously over the previous years we've had 3 different aircraft types but for the foreseeable it will only be 2.

I think they should utilise every 733 when they can, they won't be around forever and are brilliant aircraft. The same goes for the 738's but with these they come and go all the time with routine maintenance/tails swaps etc.. The new ones will be the most used over the next coming years I would think with the older ones going on just one return flight a day.
 

Seasider

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I have now received a holiday cancellation email from Jet2 with 3 options;

1. Receive a voucher -contact them now.
2. Transfer the booking - contact them now
3. Receive a refund - wait until they contact me.

We had already decided that we would not book another holiday abroad this year so I await their call.
 

fight2win

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I have now received a holiday cancellation email from Jet2 with 3 options;

1. Receive a voucher -contact them now.
2. Transfer the booking - contact them now
3. Receive a refund - wait until they contact me.

We had already decided that we would not book another holiday abroad this year so I await their call.
so simple with jet2 unlike Ryanair!
 

Aviador

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I have now received a holiday cancellation email from Jet2 with 3 options;

1. Receive a voucher -contact them now.
2. Transfer the booking - contact them now
3. Receive a refund - wait until they contact me.

We had already decided that we would not book another holiday abroad this year so I await their call.
Fingers crossed for next year.
 
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