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  • lbaspotter
    lbaspotters.net
    • May 2004
    • 784

    Ryanair dropping most LBA - DUBLIN flights

    Hi

    Just been looking on the ryanair website and some of there summer 2006 programme has been released. And its looking like its bad news for LBA.

    By the looks of things the 3 times daily LBA - Dublin flights will be dropped to just 6 times weekly. Once daily weekdays and Sundays. There is no sign of any Saturday flights as yet.

    Here is the provisional timetable so far.

    DUBLIN-LBA
    FR 156 21:20 - 22:15 12345--
    FR 156 18:50 - 19:45 ------7

    LBA-DUBLIN
    FR 157 22:40 - 23:30 12345--
    FR 157 20:10 - 21:00 ------7
    Last edited by lbaspotter; 15th December 2005, 13:56.
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  • lba
    lba
    Senior Member
    • Apr 2004
    • 111

    #2
    Another route available for Jet2 then!

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    • SHAMROCK321
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Jan 2004
      • 2544

      #3
      Interesting it would be awesome to have Jet2 in DUB.

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      • Pembo330
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Jan 2000
        • 936

        #4
        I *think* this could have something to do with the demise of the 732 and the introduction of the 738. Though of course, 3 x 732 is much bigger than 1 x 738, but I think this could be a partial explanation.

        On the MME front, I'm very interested to see what FR do with our daily Dublin now that we will be a 738.
        Pembo 330

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        • PMN
          PMN
          PlaneObsessedBassPlayer
          • Aug 2005
          • 5594

          #5
          Well...I'm not impressed! FR's LBA-DUB route has been a favourite of mine lately when I've felt like jumping on a plane for no real good reason, due to the simple fact that I can usually get a return for less than 28 quid!

          It would, however, be good to see LS make their presence known at DUB. It will just be slightly more expensive!

          Until then I'd better make the most of the cheap fares to DUB, even if the ood old '200's are no more!

          Paul
          My images on Flickr Jetphotos A.Net

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          • Mark L
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Mar 2003
            • 4325

            #6
            Looks like they just haven't finished loading the schedules, as half the UK airports are down to a single daily rotation.
            My recent and upcoming flights

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            • LBARULES
              Pointless flightaholic!
              • May 2003
              • 9820

              #7
              Hope your right Mark, really couldnt see them going from 3x daily to 6x weekly.

              If so, im sure Jet2 will move in.

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              • Jonathan78
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Oct 2005
                • 162

                #8
                LBA dublin is still 3x daily next year check out the timetables on ryanair web site


                LEEDS BRADFORD - DUBLIN Tuesday,
                24 October 2006

                FR 153 10:50 Depart Leeds Bradford (LBA)
                11:45 Arrive Dublin (DUB)


                FR 155 16:45 Depart Leeds Bradford (LBA)
                17:40 Arrive Dublin (DUB)


                FR 157 22:30 Depart Leeds Bradford (LBA)
                23:20 Arrive Dublin (DUB)
                Regards Jonathan

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                • LBARULES
                  Pointless flightaholic!
                  • May 2003
                  • 9820

                  #9
                  You do appear to be right, ive just searched for flights in July, and the flight times appear to be identical to this past summer. Good news!

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