No, not saying that at all. In a number of posts in recent months I and others have reported CEO Robert Sinclair's remarks in a magazine article in April that the airport will only add to existing airlines when it makes sense and won't overlay capacity on top of existing capacity merely for the sake of it. I can't remember any F4A member disagreeing with this sensible policy. When the strong rumours about a four-aircraft Jet2 base opening in summer 2018 were doing the rounds some of us were concerned that this would be too much too soon and would be likely to drive down yields. A couple of weeks ago I posted this suggestion in another BRS thread on F4A. I think that 2017 will finish around 8.2 million. If there is nothing further added or lost for next year I reckon that 2018 will be in the region of 8.5/8.6 million. I doubt that next year will see the outstanding growth of recent years enjoyed by many airports and that includes BRS. 2019 and 2020 are obviously dependent upon not only how BRS progresses but also the wider situation with Brexit perhaps the major conundrum. If Brexit doesn't impact too negatively I'd be looking for 9 million, perhaps a bit more, in 2019 and edging up towards the current 10 mppa cap by the end of 2020. These figures are very similar to yours, Kingshat. I and others have also commented on the current 10 mppa planning limit with suggestions that informal talks with the council might already have taken place and that there might well be the sort of opposition that accompanied the major expansion applications, with possible threats of legal action, if (when really) a formal application to raise the current limit is submitted. The current discussion is not whether BRS should strive forward wildly but how, given the current situation with Monarch replacement around larger airports than BRS, the expected more moderate growth (compared with recent years) can be maintained in the next few years. I'm certainly realistic with the view that major additions in the form of new airlines are very unlikely in the current climate anyway. BRS is losing WOW and Wizz is axing/has axed three of its four routes.