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Aug 13, 20, 1:49 pm
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Posted By DocWatson

I saw him in T5 departures on the 11th in time...

I saw him in T5 departures on the 11th in time for the 6.55pm to EDI so you could be right!
Aug 12, 20, 3:51 pm
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Views: 407,551
Posted By DocWatson

Yesterday, as a Silver, I went into GF at around...

Yesterday, as a Silver, I went into GF at around 16:40 when I asked if upstairs was closing at 5. The agent said 'no need to shuffle, you can come in here'.
Aug 10, 20, 8:28 am
Replies: 7
Views: 1,716
Posted By DocWatson

Tentatively promising news then - all I want is...

Tentatively promising news then - all I want is an 8-8.30pm departure to Central Scotland, and it doesn't seem like a huge amount to ask!!
Aug 10, 20, 6:32 am
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Views: 1,716
Posted By DocWatson

The 6.15pm departure to Glasgow seems to night...

The 6.15pm departure to Glasgow seems to night stop, though that may be doable with Glasgow-based (or at least Glasgow-resident) crew. I'd imagine it'll be domestics that return first given simpler...
Jul 20, 20, 10:27 am
Replies: 472
Views: 112,902
Posted By DocWatson

This is the 8pm-ish North? I had that in...

This is the 8pm-ish North? I had that in mid-August and it went about a month ago when the nightstoppers were pulled.
Jun 27, 20, 1:54 am
Replies: 472
Views: 112,902
Posted By DocWatson

Mid-August there are still Gatwick domestics...

Mid-August there are still Gatwick domestics bookable, including evening flights (19:30 to Glasgow for example) - is pruning ongoing or should these stick as things stand?
Jun 25, 20, 1:15 pm
Replies: 472
Views: 112,902
Posted By DocWatson

Yep definitely pruning of domestics going on...

Yep definitely pruning of domestics going on tonight. Seems nightstoppers have gone, which is understandable, but not ideal for getting out of London after work.
Jun 16, 20, 4:18 pm
Replies: 1,040
Views: 236,651
Posted By DocWatson

Had the voucher email for BHD-LHR on 1st August,...

Had the voucher email for BHD-LHR on 1st August, so not technically July, but also not one I'd expect to be culled. Indeed, Belfast is the one place I hear people in my network wanting to fly to as...
May 28, 20, 6:38 am
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Views: 236,651
Posted By DocWatson

Belfast nightstop has gone too. Aer Lingus...

Belfast nightstop has gone too. Aer Lingus remains, 2 BA flights per day most days as well but 7am out of LHR, or mid-afternoon.
Apr 23, 20, 1:34 am
Replies: 369
Views: 55,080
Posted By DocWatson

This is a little unfair. It's actually a reaction...

This is a little unfair. It's actually a reaction to hugely increased order volume meaning BrewDog have moved from allowing you to pick individual bottles and cans, to only allowing bundles for the...
Apr 22, 20, 4:21 am
Replies: 376
Views: 73,908
Posted By DocWatson

I started at 7.50am and repeatedly redialled,...

I started at 7.50am and repeatedly redialled, finally got answered at 9.10am. Some days are better than other I guess, unknowingly I called when a batch of cancellations went through.
Apr 22, 20, 2:08 am
Replies: 376
Views: 73,908
Posted By DocWatson

BA 5/6 in May has been canned on a few dates (the...

BA 5/6 in May has been canned on a few dates (the 2 bank holidays).

Of course, this happened while I was trying to get a refund for other flights so it's impossible to get through to the refund...
Apr 21, 20, 12:36 pm
Replies: 5,282
Views: 679,659
Posted By DocWatson

I have an ex-MXP flight to HND on a couple of...

I have an ex-MXP flight to HND on a couple of weeks, the MXP flights have been cancelled so I could get a refund.

We'd like to rebook for later this year, accepting there's a strong chance that...
Apr 9, 20, 2:15 pm
Replies: 626
Views: 125,669
Posted By DocWatson

Thank you, CWS, especially when there are more...

Thank you, CWS, especially when there are more pressing things just now. On the basis a 3-week trip to Japan is unlikely to pass the committee stage as HBO, everything you say is extremely helpful...
Apr 9, 20, 1:31 pm
Replies: 626
Views: 125,669
Posted By DocWatson

It feels awfully odd to be posting here, but with...

It feels awfully odd to be posting here, but with a Japan trip now postponed from May until October I'm looking to rework ex-MXP to ex-AMS to save some extra cash as the pricing has moved. I have a...
Feb 25, 20, 6:06 am
Replies: 130
Views: 32,457
Posted By DocWatson

Certainly in my case - I moved a trip from today...

Certainly in my case - I moved a trip from today to next Tuesday to avoid the strike. And then cancelled that trip this morning (VCE area) because I don't want to be blocked from the rest of my...
Feb 24, 20, 6:37 am
Replies: 130
Views: 32,457
Posted By DocWatson

I would expect a major impact on bookings. My...

I would expect a major impact on bookings. My business has closed its Milan office and instructed staff to work from home, and has advised all non-essential travel to Italy should be postponed.
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Feb 11, 20, 4:22 am
Replies: 52
Views: 9,277
Posted By DocWatson

Same, I've seen private jets depart to the West...

Same, I've seen private jets depart to the West recently but it seemed awfully short for a mainline aircraft in interesting weather. I realise the weather is the reason, but still it's quite...
Feb 4, 20, 4:12 am
Replies: 96
Views: 19,051
Posted By DocWatson

Me too. It seems ideal for jet lag and for...

Me too. It seems ideal for jet lag and for arriving for hotel opening. The combination of these timings and a 787 in CW over the dormitory was the reason I booked the relative inconvenience of Narita.
Feb 4, 20, 2:44 am
Replies: 626
Views: 125,669
Posted By DocWatson

BSL are testing eGates for passports, and they're...

BSL are testing eGates for passports, and they're of a design I've not seen before, and are extremely temperamental. I was rejected because once the gate opened for me to go to the camera stage, the...
Replies: 39
Views: 7,180
Posted By DocWatson

It's a lovely hotel, but they have quite the...

It's a lovely hotel, but they have quite the mouse issue. There's a song about that in Amsterdam, but not ideal to have the little things running around your feet in the bar area.
Jan 9, 20, 9:19 am
Replies: 4,959
Views: 310,296
Posted By DocWatson

Basel-Mulhouse-Freibourg?

Basel-Mulhouse-Freibourg?
Jan 5, 20, 2:06 am
Replies: 4,959
Views: 310,296
Posted By DocWatson

And I didn't even look it up, I remember it well...

And I didn't even look it up, I remember it well as it made my home airport look important for a wee while :). Thanks!
Jan 4, 20, 5:02 pm
Replies: 4,959
Views: 310,296
Posted By DocWatson

Glasgow during the ash cloud?

Glasgow during the ash cloud?
Jan 3, 20, 3:46 pm
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