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popijopi wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 16:21
Cargolouk wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 15:39
29 read topic!!

https://www.1limburg.nl/vliegveld-beek- ... t=topstory
Thanks for your reply !

Sorry, but I don't think this shows the latest updated information. Of course combi flights cover
more destinations in one flight. ( how many combi flights ? ) But checking Corendon flights from MAA by smartphone
gives another result even if Antalya with only 4 flights instead of communicated daily flights (= 7).

True : info. subject to changes.
It makes sense to me that both Corendon planes based at MAA executed 28 flights a week and together
with the egyptian carrier the number of flights will be over 29.
Perhaps this all is more something for the lounge, but be careful with using the maximum number of flights per based aircraft in your calculations. Aircraft may do MST-X-AMS-X-MST too. Remember Transavia, who where not based at MST or GRQ, but did perform a combi flight with an aircraft from another Dutch base.
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popijopi wrote:
05 Feb 2018, 12:17
The number of dest. of Corendon at MAA is not that important, more important and that's what matters is the number of bookings for S18
And those bookings are doing awsome well, as indicated before wait untill the Holiday fair at Utrecht is finished and the results are known.

Bookings exceeded all expectations, last result communicated a couple of weeks ago mentioned nearly 22.000 bookings ( nowadays ?? ) Target of 70000 pax. for S18 as indicated in nov. press conferende will be (much) higher.

As an outcome of those results Corendon added more destinations and more flights on already announced dest.

Hopefully spotters will see more planes chartered by Corendon , like Pegasus.

And most important of all also for MAA is what after S18 ??

Will Corendon further expand at MAA ? ( Lelystad is in start up fase S19 )
Will there be a second plane based at MAA for S19 ?
Maybe Corendon will have more facilities at MAA after S18, thinking of a local office ? ( a floor at aviation house with a crew information centre ? ) facilities for plane(s) and technical staff based at MAA.
A local office can also support the euregio market (Germany and Belgium) with feeder bus shuttle services to catch the early planes. ( already done at MAA during the Ryanair base period )
Expansion schedule with year round dest. like Egypt or Canary Isles ? ( winter destinations )

I am sure there are more unmentioned questions valid.

Above mentioned issues are just thoughts of things possible and feel free to add more info and rumours.
If everything went correct, you find a excel file with all known flights/destinations summer (peak) from Corendon at MAA as known at this moment.

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Siem wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 20:33
popijopi wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 16:21
Cargolouk wrote:
23 Feb 2018, 15:39
29 read topic!!

https://www.1limburg.nl/vliegveld-beek- ... t=topstory
Thanks for your reply !

Sorry, but I don't think this shows the latest updated information. Of course combi flights cover
more destinations in one flight. ( how many combi flights ? ) But checking Corendon flights from MAA by smartphone
gives another result even if Antalya with only 4 flights instead of communicated daily flights (= 7).

True : info. subject to changes.
It makes sense to me that both Corendon planes based at MAA executed 28 flights a week and together
with the egyptian carrier the number of flights will be over 29.
Perhaps this all is more something for the lounge, but be careful with using the maximum number of flights per based aircraft in your calculations. Aircraft may do MST-X-AMS-X-MST too. Remember Transavia, who where not based at MST or GRQ, but did perform a combi flight with an aircraft from another Dutch base.
You're right, topic to be continued at the lounge section.
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https://www.limburger.nl/cnt/dmf2018022 ... -in-winter
Verder kondigde Uslu aan om ook in het winterseizoen (1 november-begin april) te gaan vliegen vanaf de luchthaven in Beek. Er worden wekelijks gevlogen naar Banjul in Gambia en Hurghada in Egypte; telkens twee keer per week. Ook hiervoor wordt een Corendon-toestel gestationeerd op de luchthaven.
Let's wait and see ;)
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limburgwiki wrote:
06 Feb 2018, 18:57
Others will announced soon!
Any news on this?
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Depends about what slots at AMS will be rejected
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limburgwiki wrote:
04 Mar 2018, 18:45
Depends about what slots at AMS will be rejected
And given the timespan, I think any news (depending on the slot allocation) will be made public rather quickly. ;)
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limburgwiki wrote:
04 Mar 2018, 18:45
Depends about what slots at AMS will be rejected
Today, April 5, the judge will make a decision if the unused slots at AMS last Winter may be used upcoming Summer.
If not, there is a real possibility that Corendon will allocate some destinations from AMS to MST.

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It seems that Corendon is already anticipating on loss of slots: https://radar.avrotros.nl/forum/viewtop ... &p=2530259
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Corendon, EasyJet and TUI will be allowed to use the unused winterslots during the summer season, the judge decided: https://www.noordhollandsdagblad.nl/nie ... p-schiphol
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