World Routes 25: Routes HQ Manchester Network in Nov 1995

Today is Day 24 of the countdown to the 25th edition of World Routes, scheduled in Adelaide from September 21 to 24, 2019. For 25 consecutive days, Airlineroute's countdown features the general flight network in November 1995. 

In the past 25 years, Abu Dhabi hosted World Routes twice, 1996 and 2012. As Abu Dhabi's network from November 1995 has been covered in the last few weeks, Day 24 features Manchester, the Routes Headquarter.

Information is taken from OAG Worldwide Edition, November 1995, as well as OAG schedules database. Actual operation may differ from the published schedule. Note multi-stop service on domestic routes, 1/2-stop(s) international service via domestic point (excluding foreign carriers), is excluded in this feature.

Operational frequency and aircraft varies on weekends.

Manchester – Aberdeen
British Airways: 4 daily ATP
Business Air: 2 daily Saab 340 (weekdays)

Manchester – Amsterdam
Air UK: 4 daily Fokker 100
British Airways: 4 daily 737
Suckling Airways: 2 daily Dornier 228

Manchester – Amsterdam – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific: 4 weekly 747-400

Manchester – Atlanta
Delta: 1 daily L1011-500

Manchester – Barcelona
Iberia: 1 daily MD87

Manchester – Basel
Crossair: 2 daily Saab 2000

Manchester – Belfast City
British Airways: 5 daily ATP (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Belfast International
British Airways: 30 weekly ATP
Business Air: 4 daily Saab 340 (weekdays)

Manchester – Billund – Birmingham – Manchester
Newair: 6 weekly Jetstream J31

Manchester – Birmingham – Billund – Manchester
Newair: 5 weekly Jetstream J31

Manchester – Bombay – Singapore
Singapore Airlines: 2 weekly 747-400

Manchester – Brussels
British Airways: 2 daily 737
Sabena: 4 daily 737

Manchester – Brussels – Rome
British Airways: 1 daily 737

Manchester – Bucharest
Tarom: 2 weekly Tupolev Tu154/BAC1-11

Manchester – Cambridge
Suckling Airways: 2 daily Dornier 228 (weekdays)

Manchester – Chicago O’Hare
American: 1 daily 767-300ER

Manchester – Connaught
British Airways: 3 weekly ATP (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Copenhagen
AerLingus: 1 daily 737/737-500 (Full routing: Dublin – Manchester – Copenhagen)
SAS: 3 daily DC9/MD87

Manchester – Cork
AerLingus: 2 weekly Fokker 50
British Airways: 2 daily Jetstream J41 (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Dubai
Emirates: 2 weekly A300

Manchester – Dublin
AerLingus: 4-5 daily 737/737-500/Fokker 50
Ryanair: 4 daily 737

Manchester – Dusseldorf
British Airways: 3 daily 737
Lufthansa: 2 daily 737

Manchester – Edinburgh
British Airways: 5 daily ATP
Business Air: 3 daily Saab 340 (weekdays)

Manchester – Frankfurt
British Airways: 2 daily 737
Lufthansa: 2 daily 737

Manchester – Geneva
British Airways: 1 daily 737

Manchester – Gibraltar
British Airways: 2 weekly 737 (GB Airways)

Manchester – Glasgow
British Airways: 6 daily ATP
Business Air: 3 daily Saab 340 (weekdays)

Manchester – Glasgow – Toronto
Air Canada: 5 weekly 767

Manchester – Guernsey
British Airways: 1 daily Jetstream J41 (Manx Airlines)
Jersey European: 1 daily Fokker 27

Manchester – Hamburg
Lufthansa: 6 weekly CRJ

Manchester – Hannover
British Airways: 1 daily ATP

Manchester – Islamabad
British Airways: 2 weekly 747

Manchester – Islamabad – Amsterdam – Manchester
Pakistan International: 1 weekly 747

Manchester – Islamabad – Moscow Shremetyevo – Manchester
Pakistan International: 1 weekly 747

Manchester – Isle of Man
Manx Airlines: 15 weekly ATP/Jetstream J41

Manchester – Jersey
British Airways: 1 daily ATP

Manchester – Larnaca
Air 2000: 1 weekly A320
Cyprus Airways: 1 weekly A310

Manchester – Londonderry
British Airways: 1 daily Shorts 360 (Loganair)

Manchester – London Gatwick
Air 2000: 1 weekly 757 (Full Routing: London Gatwick – Manchester – Paphos)
British Airways: 6 daily 737

Manchester – London Heathrow
British Airways: 69 weekly 737/757/767

Manchester – London Stansted
British Airways: 3 daily Jetstream J41 (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Luxembourg
Luxair: 5 weekly Fokker 50

Manchester – Lyon
Air Littoral: 9 weekly EMB120

Manchester – Madrid
British Airways: 6 weekly 737

Manchester – Malta
Air Malta: 2 weekly 737/737-300

Manchester – Milan Linate
British Airways: 2 daily 737

Manchester – Milan Malpensa
Lauda Air: 6 weekly CRJ

Manchester – Moscow Sheremetyevo
Aeroflot: 2 weekly Tupolev Tu154

Manchester – Munich
British Airways: 1 daily 737
Lufthansa: 2 daily CRJ

Manchester – Newcastle
Gill Airways: 3 daily Shorts 360

Manchester – Newark
Continental: 1 daily 757

Manchester – New York JFK
British Airways: 1 daily 767

Manchester – Norwich
Interline Aviation: 2 daily Jetstream J31 (weekdays)

Manchester – Oslo Fornebu – Stockholm Arlanda
SAS: 6 weekly DC9

Manchester – Paphos
Air 2000: 2 weekly 757 (Including 1 weekly London Gatwick – Manchester – Paphos)

Manchester – Paphos – Larnaca
Cyprus Airways:1 weekly A310

Manchester – Paris CDG
Air France: 4 daily 737
British Airways: 5 daily 737

Manchester – Paris CDG – Abu Dhabi
Gulf Air: 2 weekly 767

Manchester – Paris CDG – Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific: 3 weekly 747-400

Manchester – Paris CDG – Singapore
Singapore Airlines: 1 weekly 747-400

Manchester – Prague
CSA: 2 weekly 737-500

Manchester – Rotterdam
British Airways: 6 weekly Jetstream J41 (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Rotterdam – Eindhoven
BASE Regional Airlines: 2 daily Jetstream J31 (weekdays)

Manchester – Shannon
British Airways: 6 weekly Jetstream J41 (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Southampton
British Airways: 2 daily ATP (Manx Airlines)

Manchester – Stockholm Arlanda – Helsinki
Finnair: 1 daily MD80

Manchester – Tashkent
Uzbekistan Airways: 2 weekly Ilyushin Il62

Manchester – Tel Aviv
El Al: 2 weekly 757

Manchester – Vienna
Lauda Air: 6 weekly CRJ

Manchester – Zurich
AerLingus: 6 weekly 737-500
Swissair: 1 daily MD80

Manchester – Zurich – Dubai
Emirates: 3 weekly A300/310

 


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