Monarch Airlines launches 10 new routes across four UK bases

Monarch Airlines launches 10 new routes

We’re reliably informed that the Monarch Airlines A321 in the foreground is operating the inaugural weekly flight from Birmingham to Hurghada. The significance of the LCC to Birmingham is clear, with all that Monarch metal in the rear of the shot.

Launched Origin Destination Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
1 May London Gatwick (LGW) Nice (NCE) A321 (5) easyJet (34), British Airways (21), Norwegian (4)
2 May Birmingham (BHX) Hurghada (HRG) A321 (1) Thomson Airways (1)
London Gatwick (LGW) A321 (2) easyJet (2), Thomas Cook Airlines (2),
Thomson Airways (2)
London Luton (LTN) Antalya (AYT) A320 (3) Thomson Airways (1)
Naples (NAP) A320 (2)
Manchester (MAN) Hurghada (HRG) A321 (2) Thomas Cook Airlines (2), Thomson Airways (1)
Naples (NAP) A320 (2) Thomson Airways (2), Thomas Cook Airlines (1)
3 May Agadir (AGA) Thomson Airways (2)
4 May London Gatwick (LGW) Enfidha (NBE) A321 (2) Thomas Cook Airlines (3), Thomson Airways (3)
Manchester (MAN) A32S (2) Thomas Cook Airlines (3), Thomson Airways (2)
Source: Innovata / Diio Mi for w/c 6 May 2014.                      WF = weekly frequency.

Comments

  1. Joe Curry says:

    I wonder why Monarch are not flying from Scotland’s busiest airport in Edinburgh, there is very lttle competition there in terms of long haul leisure flights. Orlando in particular being seriously underserved.

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