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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 05 Apr 2017, 17:23

United Airlines to end service from Tokyo Narita to Seoul Incheon on/after 28 October 2017.
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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by globetrotter » 06 Apr 2017, 09:43

US carriers Frontier Airlines and Silver Airways are leaving or have already left Cuba.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

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globetrotter wrote:
06 Apr 2017, 09:43
US carriers Frontier Airlines and Silver Airways are leaving or have already left Cuba.
And Spirit will follow them as well

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl ... story.html

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by sn-remember » 16 Apr 2017, 13:56

Latam cancels gig-jfk 3wkly eff july.
Flight repaced by gig-mco.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by sn-remember » 16 Apr 2017, 13:59

BA cancels lgw-lim 3 wkly eff nov.
They couls restart the route eff jan 2018 2 wkly.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 16 Apr 2017, 16:32

sn-remember wrote:
16 Apr 2017, 13:59
BA cancels lgw-lim 3 wkly eff nov.
They couls restart the route eff jan 2018 2 wkly.
They didn't last very long :(

It's true that IAG has an alternative to LIM with IB daily from MAD (and codeshared by BA).
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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by quixoticguide » 18 Apr 2017, 16:17

sn26567 wrote:
16 Apr 2017, 16:32
sn-remember wrote:
16 Apr 2017, 13:59
BA cancels lgw-lim 3 wkly eff nov.
They couls restart the route eff jan 2018 2 wkly.
They didn't last very long :(

It's true that IAG has an alternative to LIM with IB daily from MAD (and codeshared by BA).
And the LATAM Airlines 2484 flight
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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by brabel » 20 Apr 2017, 20:25

Is easyjet cancelling BRU-BOD and BRU-NAP from 27 October onwards?

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by luchtzak » 20 Apr 2017, 20:58

brabel wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:25
Is easyjet cancelling BRU-BOD and BRU-NAP from 27 October onwards?
I have asked easyJet.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by Poiu » 20 Apr 2017, 22:15

luchtzak wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:58
brabel wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:25
Is easyjet cancelling BRU-BOD and BRU-NAP from 27 October onwards?
I have asked easyJet.
They sent me an email, as I regulary book these routes, they will drop the routes from winter 2017 onwards.
My EZY friends already told me EZY is very unhappy about handling by Aviapartner in Brussels. Almost every flight is delayed, which has a knock on effect, every minute delay has a cost and is subtracted from the yield. Bottomline: they can make more money elswhere.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by luchtzak » 20 Apr 2017, 22:34

Poiu wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 22:15
luchtzak wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:58
brabel wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:25
Is easyjet cancelling BRU-BOD and BRU-NAP from 27 October onwards?
I have asked easyJet.
They sent me an email, as I regulary book these routes, they will drop the routes from winter 2017 onwards.
My EZY friends already told me EZY is very unhappy about handling by Aviapartner in Brussels. Almost every flight is delayed, which has a knock on effect, every minute delay has a cost and is subtracted from the yield. Bottomline: they can make more money elswhere.
Other easyJet flights that will be cancelled from Brussels ?

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by Yuqu12 » 21 Apr 2017, 09:00

Schönefeld and Malpensa are also already cancelled. Then they must be really unhappy about the handling. Didn't Ryanair chose this handling partner as well?

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by Inquirer » 21 Apr 2017, 09:19

Just checked the website of Easyjet and they only keep Switzerland and Nice as destinations then.
The list of canceled routes by them is getting very long, just as for ryanair and vueling too btw.

Are we sure it's all due to external issues like they love to claim, or are they simply seeking excuses because the home carrier is giving them too much of a headache and they logically avoid a long and costly fight with them?

The 'pain level' of a 'discounter' is known to be extremely low, not just in aviation btw, so a competitive environment where they're faced with a shrinking market share and a protracted period of low revenues on top is one they will quickly pull out of by their own textbooks, which accidentally is exactly the environment at BRU and also what we're seeing them doing.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by nordikcam » 21 Apr 2017, 10:03

Poiu wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 22:15
luchtzak wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:58
brabel wrote:
20 Apr 2017, 20:25
Is easyjet cancelling BRU-BOD and BRU-NAP from 27 October onwards?
I have asked easyJet.
They sent me an email, as I regulary book these routes, they will drop the routes from winter 2017 onwards.
My EZY friends already told me EZY is very unhappy about handling by Aviapartner in Brussels. Almost every flight is delayed, which has a knock on effect, every minute delay has a cost and is subtracted from the yield. Bottomline: they can make more money elswhere.
SN could fly BOD year around ! Hope so !

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by Poiu » 21 Apr 2017, 10:55

Inquirer wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 09:19
Just checked the website of Easyjet and they only keep Switzerland and Nice as destinations then.
The list of canceled routes by them is getting very long, just as for ryanair and vueling too btw.

Are we sure it's all due to external issues like they love to claim, or are they simply seeking excuses because the home carrier is giving them too much of a headache and they logically avoid a long and costly fight with them?

The 'pain level' of a 'discounter' is known to be extremely low, not just in aviation btw, so a competitive environment where they're faced with a shrinking market share and a protracted period of low revenues on top is one they will quickly pull out of by their own textbooks, which accidentally is exactly the environment at BRU and also what we're seeing them doing.
The LCCs can't make the money the want to make, that is quite clear. SN is a contributing factor, but certainly not the only one.

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by luchtzak » 21 Apr 2017, 18:26

Poiu wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 10:55
Inquirer wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 09:19
Just checked the website of Easyjet and they only keep Switzerland and Nice as destinations then.
The list of canceled routes by them is getting very long, just as for ryanair and vueling too btw.

Are we sure it's all due to external issues like they love to claim, or are they simply seeking excuses because the home carrier is giving them too much of a headache and they logically avoid a long and costly fight with them?

The 'pain level' of a 'discounter' is known to be extremely low, not just in aviation btw, so a competitive environment where they're faced with a shrinking market share and a protracted period of low revenues on top is one they will quickly pull out of by their own textbooks, which accidentally is exactly the environment at BRU and also what we're seeing them doing.
The LCCs can't make the money the want to make, that is quite clear. SN is a contributing factor, but certainly not the only one.
Ryanair jumps in: http://www.luchtzak.be/airlines/ryanair ... -brussels/

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Re: Cancelled services and discontinued routes in 2017

Post by sn26567 » 21 Apr 2017, 19:15

luchtzak wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 18:26
Poiu wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 10:55
Inquirer wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 09:19
Just checked the website of Easyjet and they only keep Switzerland and Nice as destinations then.
The list of canceled routes by them is getting very long, just as for ryanair and vueling too btw.

Are we sure it's all due to external issues like they love to claim, or are they simply seeking excuses because the home carrier is giving them too much of a headache and they logically avoid a long and costly fight with them?

The 'pain level' of a 'discounter' is known to be extremely low, not just in aviation btw, so a competitive environment where they're faced with a shrinking market share and a protracted period of low revenues on top is one they will quickly pull out of by their own textbooks, which accidentally is exactly the environment at BRU and also what we're seeing them doing.
The LCCs can't make the money the want to make, that is quite clear. SN is a contributing factor, but certainly not the only one.
Ryanair jumps in: http://www.luchtzak.be/airlines/ryanair ... -brussels/
But from CRL rather than from BRU: they don't want to expand in BRU now.
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