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2018 fuerteventura statistics flight winter

Winter Flight Statistics to Fuerteventura 2018/19
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Over the Winter season 2018/19 a total of 65 operators will fly to Fuerteventura from 87 European cities.
From the UK there are 6 flights on Monday, 13 on Tuesdays, 25 on Wednesdays, 7 on Thursdays, 7 on Fridays, 34 on Saturdays and 9 on Sundays - a total of 101 flights.
From Ireland there is one flight a day from Monday to Friday, 2 on Saturday and 3 on Sunday - a total of 10 flights.
Other countries weekly flight figures:
Austria - 12
Belgium - 10
Denmark - 6
Mainland Spain - 48
Canary Islands - 200
Estonia - 1
Finland - 3
France - 28
Germany - 176
Holland 15
Hungary - 1
Italy 18
Luxembourg - 1
Norway - 2
Poland - 12
Czech Republic - 2
Sweden - 7
Switzerland - 12
 
Flight Arrivals each week:
Monday - 120
Tuesday - 87
Wednesday - 78
Thursday - 78
Friday - 79
Saturday - 145
Sunday - 79
The full set of figures on this link -  https://www.ondafuerteventura.es/fuerteventura-volara-87-ciudades-europeas-este-invierno/?fbclid=IwAR296lhOWsDwQEuwna0CYSKjiwOqdfKERjp9960imaeTWv2ou5VJ7Nj8qEY
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Thanks for the info Captain.

Really interesting to see how the number of flights is growing. Last year there was 617 flights per week and this winter time it'll be 655. That's like 7% extra flights.

Can you see/hear the difference, living in Caleta? I remember to hear the planes a bit earlier on Friday mornings (and/or Sundays?) a couple of months ago to allow earlier flights from Gran Canaria. I usually use them instead of alarm so it sort of extended our days.
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(07-11-2018, 07:26 PM)Sam Wrote: Can you see/hear the difference, living in Caleta? I remember to hear the planes a bit earlier on Friday mornings (and/or Sundays?) a couple of months ago to allow earlier flights from Gran Canaria. I usually use them instead of alarm so it sort of extended our days.

Our villa is almost under the landing flight path and as 90% of the time planes land from over Caleta we get the majority of planes coming in.  The Inter Island puddle hoppers are always the first to come in every morning and I can't recall ever getting that alarm call before 7.20am.

Are the planes an issue ?  Huh Huh  Not really

If all planes landed from the south over Caleta that is 666 per week and the airport lets say is open for landings 15hrs a day that is 105hrs per week 6300minutes therefore that would be a plane landing ever 9.5minutes Dodgy Dodgy somewhat quieter than Heathrow  Smile Smile
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