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  1. #1
    jks
    jks jest nieaktywny

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    Dublin

    Domyślnie Europejska baza AerLingusa


    Polecamy

    AerLingus planuje otwarcie nowej bazy w Europie, podobno ma już listę 3 lotnisk, którymi jest zainteresowany. Nie wiadomo gdzie, ale w plotkach wymienia się zarówno Wielką Brytanię jak i Polskę. Obecnie AerLingus ma dwie bazy w Irlandii (Dublin i Cork), jedną bazę techniczną (Shannon) i jedną pseudobazę (Heathrow), gdzie nocują 2-3 samoloty EI latające do Irlandii.
    Poniżej teksty z RTE (irlandzka TVP) i Irish Independent:
    Aer Lingus is aiming to open its first foreign hub by the start of next year.

    A spokeswoman said today that the airline is looking at possible locations to establish a base abroad in order to expand the scale and return of the airline's business.

    She said that no decisons have been made yet on locations, but that Aer Lingus has targets to open the new hub by early 2008.

    Aer lingus said it has flagged the expansion plans and new work practices in the 'Programme for Continuous Improvement 2007' which was circulated to workers.

    This document, which contain plans that included lower shift premiums and fewer holidays, has seen workers at the airline earlier this week voted in favour of industrial action that could cause travel chaos for thousands of people.

    The result of the ballot of the 1,800-strong Siptu membership at Aer Lingus showed an overwhelming majority endorsing industrial action up to and including all-out strike.

    Aer Lingus shares were unchanged at €2.75 in Dublin early this afternoon.
    Foreign hub plan as Aer Lingus takes off

    AER Lingus is to spread its wings by establishing its first base outside Ireland.

    The move is part of an expansion which will allow the airline to establish 15 new European routes between destinations outside Ireland. The airline has already shortlisted three airports for its first foreign hub.

    Industry sources said it is likely the base will be the first of several which will give Aer Lingus major new opportunities to increase revenue.

    It could also help make the small but very profitable airline into a significant European player.

    The airline has told trade union representatives that the changes in working conditions it is currently proposing are absolutely necessary if the plans for a new base are to go ahead.

    The changes include provisions which allow Aer Lingus to employ people at foreign bases, on "local market rates", or to relocate existing employees.

    SIPTU, which represents about half of all 3,500 Aer Lingus employees, served strike notice on the company yesterday, giving the company 14 days notice of industrial action.

    Although serving strike notice does not necessarily mean the union will strike, sources suggested a strike was the most likely outcome.

    The company is seeking a number of changes to employees' working conditions which will see some staff availing of fewer holidays while others will receive less overtime pay.

    Specifically staff are being asked to accept a standard 37.5-hour working week, and to take one day in lieu for working a bank holiday instead of two.

    There was further bad news for the airline last night when Aer Lingus group of unions representing 175 ground maintenance engineers and workers voted "massively" for industrial action over the company's cost-cutting contracts.

    It is expected the ALGU will serve notice for strike action on the company today to take affect from Monday fortnight.

    IMPACT, which represents Aer Lingus pilots and many of the cabin crew, is engaged in talks with the airline. Aer Lingus has already brought in the new conditions for new employees and plans to bring them in for existing employees on March 1.

    The new conditions were outlined in a document called "Programme for Continuous Improvement 2007" which was presented to unions before Christmas. That document would also have given the trade union representatives their first hint of the airline's plans to establish foreign bases.

    Document

    It states that the new bases will employ workers at "local market rates" rather than at the rates which currently apply to staff.

    Aer Lingus currently has two bases, one in Dublin and one at Cork. It also has a base at Shannon but this is only for maintenance purposes.

    The airline is planning to tie down the location of its first foreign base in the coming months with a view to the new routes coming on stream in January of next year.

    Tickets for the new routes are expected to be offered for sale in October.

    The identity of the three airports which have been shortlisted by the airline is a closely guarded secret.

    Meanwhile, the airline has written to the Labour Relations Commission requesting that it refer the matter of the new terms and conditions to the National Implementation Body (NIB) "for urgent consideration".

    The NIB polices national wage agreements.

    SIPTU has called for the intervention of the Labour Court.

    However, it only wants the court to decide on whether Aer Lingus is in breach of previous agreements, rather than deal with the substantive issues.

    Tom McEnaney

  2. #2

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007

    Domyślnie

    Zakładam się że jeśli Polska, to będzie to Poznań.

  3. #3
    SEO
    SEO jest nieaktywny

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    Krakow

    Domyślnie

    mysle ze bedzie to Belfast

  4. #4

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    '

    Domyślnie

    A może coś typu East Midlans/Newcastle/Bournemouth/Southampton ?

    KS
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  5. #5
    Awatar PanPstryk

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    Reading/Sanok

    Domyślnie

    I moze - jesli znajda sie w Polsce - uruchomia loty na LHR? Bylyby niezle jaja

  6. #6

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    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    nowy targ

    Domyślnie

    NA EAST MIDLANDS BAZE MA BMIBABY - kto wie czy beda sie mieszac komus na małym stosunkowo porcie

  7. #7
    jks
    jks jest nieaktywny

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    Dublin

    Domyślnie

    Cytat Zamieszczone przez SEO
    mysle ze bedzie to Belfast
    Może być Belfast, tak pisał np Irish Times. Ale w niektórych artykułach prasowych mówi się o bazie "abroad". Irlandczycy nie napisaliby tak ani o Belfaście, ani o Anglii/Szkocji/Walii. To wskazywałoby jednak na bazie na poza Wyspami Brytyjskimi, o ile dziennikarze czegoś nie pokręcili.

  8. #8
    SEO
    SEO jest nieaktywny

    Dołączył
    Feb 2007
    Mieszka w
    Krakow

    Domyślnie


    Polecamy

    Aer Lingus (EI/Dublin) has announced plans to open a first base outside Ireland in 2008. It has signed a cooperation agreement with jetBlue Airways (B6/New York JFK) and is expected to eventually offer codeshared connections to US cities via Boston and New York JFK. It will launch twice weekly A320-200 service from Dublin to Santiago de Compostela on March 27 and three times weekly A320-200 service from Dublin to Vilnius on May 29.

    [ Dodano: Pon 26 Lut, 2007 15:56 ]
    nowe wiesci w tym temacie ponoc bedzie to Ryga 3x A 320:
    http://p078.ezboard.com/EI-new-forei...cID=1166.topic

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