BA now using a jetty at KRK

Old Apr 21, 16, 5:10 am
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BA now using a jetty at KRK

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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:18 am
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Erm... Thanks... I guess.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:22 am
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Erm... Thanks... I guess.
You'd be thankful if you'd ever been to KRK in the winter.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:25 am
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This also now means we get a newspaper service at the gate!

This is the first aircraft to use the Non Schengen jetty!
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:34 am
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OT, but it's interesting that KRK and BLL, two new routes to secondary cities are both on larger A321s, when many much larger markets are on A319/A320. RIX was also A321 just before it was dropped a few years ago.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:37 am
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KRK is a mix of A321s and A320s

loads are good and has recently been increased to daily (4 days a week last summer, 3 days a week through the winter)

the "Larger markets" may get more than 1 flight a day

Eg Warsaw 2x320 v krk 1 a 321

So the total number of seats is higher
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Old Apr 21, 16, 5:41 am
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KRK and RIX are stag party land.
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Old Apr 21, 16, 6:41 am
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KRK and RIX are stag party land.
Not on BA though surely?! More like Ryanair and Jet2
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Old Apr 21, 16, 6:53 am
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What does this mean for back-to-backs?
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Old Apr 21, 16, 7:00 am
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KRK and RIX are stag party land.
Going there on Saturday, but most definitely not for a stag party
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