With unique, unprecedented access to frontline staff a new study by award-winning training provider Travel Uni, was carried out during March in the first of a regular series of ‘Frontline Findings’ surveys.
It was supposed to be to discuss the Global Travel Taskforce report but last week’s Commons Transport Select Committee hearing was dominated by Heathrow’s chief solutions officer Chris Garton with an outburst concerning border controls.
Porter Airlines has set 21 June for the reopening of flights from Toronto Billy Bishop City. The downtown airport has been closed to all but emergency flights since the start of the pandemic. Connect Airlines is set to arrive in the autumn. <…
The Oslo County Court has approved Norwegian's reconstruction plan in Norway. Reaching this milestone means that both the group's reconstruction processes in Ireland and Norway have now been approved by the courts.
Radisson Hotel Group has opened the Palace Hotel Tallinn, located at the entrance to the historic Old Town. Built getting on for 100 years ago and respectfully renovated, this monument of national architectural heritage is the first Radisson Individuals …
On Tuesday (tomorrow 20 April), and for the first time, secretary of state for transport Grant Shapps, and chief executive of British Airways Sean Doyle will be live for a Zoom gathering open to all hosted by ConservativeHome.com.
Whitbread, the UK’s largest hospitality business, is adding two prime locations to its network of ‘hub by Premier Inn’ hotels this spring with new openings in central London, at Soho (Berwick Street) and Shoreditch (Quaker Street).
Wizz is the latest Luton Airport airline to announce massive losses. The London Stock Market listed but Hungarian-based carrier said in a statement that the figure up to the end of March could exceed €590m.
Now calling itself, quite rightly, the UK’s largest regional airline, Loganair has announced a major step in connecting East Anglia with the south west of England through the launch of a new air route between Norwich and Exeter.
France’s National Assembly has approved a draft law that would see internal flights on certain routes banned where an alternative to travel by rail taking less than two and a half hours is available. The proposed law would affect routes between Paris and…
Touch down in Iceland, step outside the ultra-modern Scandinavian-style terminal building at Keflavik airport, the gateway for Reykjavik, and, as you peer through the gloom out of the taxi window you could be forgiven for thinking you have landed in a place th…
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