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LX-LGX wrote:I don’t think that Wolfgang Mayrhuber shares your view that Brussels Airlines urgently needs an external 5th A330 to survive.
Air Key West wrote:how do you know Mayrhuber does not share my view ? Do you know him personally ? Did he say it to you ?
LX-LGX wrote:The full board has agreed that investments above 1.500.000 euro must be full board approved.
Air Key West wrote:Unlike what you assume, I think Mayrhuber is clever enough to already have noticed that the future of b.air ALSO lies in not only a fifth but several additional A330s to fly to Africa. But you don't have to share my view (or Mayrhuber's )
tolipanebas wrote:this route could rather quickly be switched to BRU, albeit still operated by LH metal? Especially given the fact several sources have indicated in the past LH would be willing to transfer some Central African flights from FRA to AFI
Boeing767copilot wrote:Also bad figures for Brussels Airport
http://www.tijd.be/nieuws/ondernemingen ... 30-431.art
Boeing767copilot wrote:AEA-Figures July:
BRUSSELS AIRLINES: 464.700 pax (-3%))
Load factor: 74.5%
Brussels Airlines sees an increase in pax since a long time, as well as an important increase in LF
Pax: 436.700, +1.7%
LF: 62.1 or +2.7
Good news in long time ...
Please explain why a reduction in loadfactor (compared to september 09) is to be considered "good news".
DannyVDB wrote:No press release indeed, but you can already download the updated spreadsheet
SN, November 2009:
Pax is up to 354.900 (+3.6%)
LF is down to 58.0 (-2.0)
Cargo is up to 7.317.000 TFTK (+8.4%)
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