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  • TheLion

    + 1 The Lion and very well expressed. BA holding UK back.

    Hey sparkyflyer, perhaps it’s time for a new thread, d’you think? Post-Brexit, post-small-t, small hands trump, 10 abreast, BA back at MAN, BRS, STN etc…

    This “2017” I write in was created almost a year ago and covered new routes for 2017 launch but now seems to have fizzled out.

    We may not get any more new routes this year, except for one in the autumn when the sole new longhaul frame of this year arrives, a B788. So maybe time for a new thread?

    The Lion


    Too funny. I had been thinking that lately,thinking to re start this discussion or to start another brand new one. It is an annual one after all now!

    Just been super busy,so maybe I will in the next few weeks.

    But in the meantime any insight/rumours/predictions? With global travel bookings to the US down 18% (versus last year)since the new guy came in, is it wise that BA put even more eggs in the same basket, or looked at other markets, such as Latin America or Africa?


    I look forward to a new thread, Sparkyflyer.

    The transatlantic overcapacity must be a big worry for all the European carriers both conventional and low-cost.

    Looks as though Norwegian might be starting LGW-EZE before BA gets round to any expansion.


    Looking at the BA ex-LGW schedules for this Autumn and it appears that the VIE services have gone. Did I miss something?

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