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Operational Details of lights

Post by Geoffram on Fri 23 Dec 2011 - 17:18

I know that, like any airline, in a day, Ryanair's planes fit in with some complex timetabling paths but take, for example, the flights that they have just slipped into the schedule from Stansted to Girona (Barcelona), after discontinuing them for several months flooding some disagreements with the Catalunyan government and transferring many of them to El Prat. What Ryanair don't seem to have done is work out the optimum time when people want to use this service: there is one return flight a day, but it varies from 0710 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 0935 on Tuesdays, and 1550 on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays. Luton to Girona is a little more orderly, being at 0715 on most days except or Tuesdays and Thursdays, when it's 0840. Can anyone explain why there is this great variation, or do all Ryanair flights vary so much timetable-wise from day to day? Doesn't this make rostering planes and crews more complicated?
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Post by FR-WRO on Mon 26 Dec 2011 - 12:48

most of destinations got different times in different days. It all depends on plane availability and frequency of service and free slots. also it depends what route is prior/after. And it does not make rostering more complicated. For rostering there is special tool ensuring planes are staffed
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