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lbaspotter

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Jet2 summer LBA schedule update: Week beginning October 19th, 2020

8+ LBA routes are currently operating all using Boeing 737-800 Aircraft

Corfu = 1x weekly (Sat)
Crete Heraklion = 1x weekly (Sat)
Faro = 1x weekly (Sat)
Kos = 3x weekly, (Fri, Sat & Sun)
Cyprus Larnaca = 3x weekly, (Wed, Fri, Sun)
Madeira Funchal = 2x weekly, (Sat & Sun)
Cyprus-Paphos = 3x weekly, (Wed, Fri, Sat)
Rhodes = 4x weekly (1X daily Wed, Sun & 2x daily Sat)

18+ flights will operate from LBA this week as follows.

Wednesday 21st = +3
Cyprus-Larnaca Via Newcastle, Cyprus-Paphos, Rhodes
Friday 23rd = +3
Kos, Cyprus-Larnaca via London-Stansted, Cyprus-Paphos Via London-Stansted
Saturday 24th = +8
Corfu, Crete-Heraklion, Faro, Kos, Funchal, Cyprus-Paphos, Rhodes, Rhodes
Sunday 25th = +4
Kos, Cyprus-Larnaca via Newcastle, Funchal, Rhodes
 

JetRob

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Will be interesting to see the load factors on the Greek Islands flights as the summer season comes to a close in early November. I do suppose Jet2 are offering a chance to customers for a quick getaway before the winter months kick in as I'm sure most people are keen to go on holiday after the year we've had.
 

airforced

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Other than Crete, Rhodes and possibly Kos the summer season has ended. There probably will be about 50% of tourist facilities still operating in certain parts of Crete until the end of November but only in places that have a year round population. That doesn't include the parts that Jet2 generally cater for. The vast majoority of tourists (and therefore the facilities that go with them) will have left at the end of October only to return in May next year.
 

fight2win

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I’ve been informed a deal has been done with Murcia Corvera (AENA) for the storage of a large amount of the fleet for the winter.

Not sure on exact frames or types but looks to be up to 30-40 making the journey.

I can only guess the older 300’s are a definite in that figure.
that makes sense as that part of spain is usually the mildest and driest during winter
 

Sherburnflyer92

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I’ve been informed a deal has been done with Murcia Corvera (AENA) for the storage of a large amount of the fleet for the winter.

Not sure on exact frames or types but looks to be up to 30-40 making the journey.

I can only guess the older 300’s are a definite in that figure.
All 737-300’s
Probably all 757-200’s
Will it be newer or older 737-800 models?
And as it’s now the season - a partridge in a pear tree
 

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