A long and well researched piece by the experienced aviation journalist John Arlidge in yesterday’s Sunday Times has cast doubt on the recertification of the Boeing MAX by the FAA and its European counterpart EASA.
Latest adjustment sees selected destinations remain cancelled or continue to be served at reduced frequencies. Planned A380 service resumption has been postponed to 1 December at the earliest, in latest update.
United Airlines is expected this week to operate a scheduled flight from Heathrow to New York Newark with a number of volunteer passengers taking part in what is termed “The Common Pass System”, World Economic Forum sponsored.
It may come as a surprise to readers but Heathrow has extensive off-site commitments besides the nearly 5sq miles of the actual airport. The airport’s landside operations team has taken delivery of five bespoke Mitsubishi Shogun Sport for patrolling and…
Two years after it first opened, Emirates Flight Training Academy (EFTA) at Dubai South is looking forward to reopening when given the go-ahead. In London the Greenwich ‘Flight Experience’ centre is now functioning again.
The opening of Hotel Indigo in Bath marks the IHG brand’s 18th hotel opening in the UK. Set in a beautiful honey coloured Georgian terrace built in the 18th century, the 166-room Grade I listed building has hosted famous figures from history includ…
British Airways will probably treat this as from the previous era, and just a single day's loss during the Covid-19 pandemic but a £20m fine announced last Friday by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is clearly a warning to others. Do not…
It may have been done at pubs prior to the pandemic, and maybe also at other airports, but Teesside International is now offering what is calls ‘OrderNext’, an initiative for passengers to order food and refreshments in a safe Covid-secure way whil…
One of a number of speakers with essentially the same message, Virgin Atlantic boss Shai Weiss used the ABTA Travel Convention to criticise the Government for its lack of support for the industry and the way it has dealt with the quarantine restrictions.
When domestic operations resumed on May 25, the aviation ministry had asked airlines to allow one check-in bag of up to 20 kg per passenger by Business Traveller India at Fri, 25 Sep 2020 12:13:44 +0000
MTDC (Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation) and Motohom (Moving Hotels on Wheels) have launched caravan services to promote road-trips in the state by Akanksha Maker at Fri, 25 Sep 2020 09:52:39 +0000
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