MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

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florianmst
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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by florianmst » 15 Sep 2019, 18:09

If there's anything Corendon or Ryanair-related for S20 we'll probably hear that in the upcoming week.

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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by RHE » 22 Sep 2019, 08:46

limburgwiki wrote:
20 Aug 2019, 07:21
A lot of new things are to announced soon, but all under strict embargo, so a bit of patient please :)
Well Limburgwiki, how are things going? One month later, still no announcements.
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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by florianmst » 25 Sep 2019, 11:19

Everything seems to be a bit slow this year for some reason. It's surprising for example that Ryanair hasn't released their full schedule yet, the only explanation I can come up with is the uncertainty surrounding the 737 MAX. Either way they don't appear to be well positioned at this point to expand. With Wizz Air and Ryanair going head-to-head in London they simply got bigger fish to fry. I think we should consider ourselves happy with a Malta service increase (Malta Air is coming online in S20) and Girona getting replaced with Barcelona. Anything beyond that would be a big surprise.

EDIT: Ryanair appears to have started releasing schedules for main markets, nothing for mst yet.

Over to Corendon: I find the whole way they have gone about the S20 schedule so far is rather odd, there definitely seems to be more going on than is publicly known at the moment. With the Sunweb merger going on in the background I think we're missing an announcement here, and as Corendon only gets underway mid-April with their full summer operations there's still some time left to finalize things. It seems to me that Corendon either believes that somebody else is going to launch some routes (looking at you Transavia) or is straight up cooperating with them.

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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by popijopi » 30 Sep 2019, 14:40

During aug. 2019 the results of MAA exceeding the year results for pax.compared with Year 2018.

Still 4 months left , to go !

for more details : see my post Results MAA on previous page.

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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by florianmst » 30 Sep 2019, 17:46

Simply incredible, 293600 pax so far. As far as CBS numbers go, both July and August were record breaking months. Compared to last year at this time (194740), MAA passenger traffic is up by more than 50% - they are on course to hit 400 thousand this year, the absolute record year (2013, 429000 pax) comes into view as well, though breaking that seems a bit of a stretch at the moment.

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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by popijopi » 03 Oct 2019, 09:15

florianmst wrote:
30 Sep 2019, 17:46
Simply incredible, 293600 pax so far. As far as CBS numbers go, both July and August were record breaking months. Compared to last year at this time (194740), MAA passenger traffic is up by more than 50% - they are on course to hit 400 thousand this year, the absolute record year (2013, 429000 pax) comes into view as well, though breaking that seems a bit of a stretch at the moment.
Schedule for coming winter W19 will give a boost to the (low) results during the first three months of 2020 and summer schedule S20 not fully loaded yet but starts for some destinations a couple of weeks earlier looks great. At this moment the number of bookable flights for S20 are lower than s19.

If the missing dest. will loaded on short notice the forecast for Year 2020 is not bad at all. ( catch year 2013 will be possible )

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Re: MAA - rumours, pax numbers, chat

Post by 27L » 16 Oct 2019, 11:29

https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news ... ul-flights ... MST mentioned in last paragraph

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