Category Archives: Legislation

Runway 15R-33L Reopened at BWI Marshall Airport

Runway 15R-33L, one of the primary commercial runways at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, reopened on Saturday morning following months of major construction. As part … More ››

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Heathrow’s Ebola Screening Starts Today

The British Government’s Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has announced the screening of passengers inbound from Ebola disease-affected countries will start at Heathrow today (Tuesday October 14). … More ››

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Delta Celebrates 10th Anniversary of ‘Breast Cancer One’ Survivor Flight

Delta Air Lines’ annual ‘Breast Cancer One’ employee survivor flight took place on September 29, kicking off the airline’s month-long campaign to generate awareness and … More ››

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CBI Calls for a Single Hub Airport

With the UK’s Airports Commission set to announce whether it will include a Thames Estuary airport in its shortlist of potential expansion sites the Confederation … More ››

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Government Rejects Qantas Loan Request

The Australian Government has rejected a AUS$3bn (US2.7bn) loan request from Qantas. Last week, Qantas reported a first-half loss of A$252m ($225m; £135m) and said … More ››

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US Bans Carry-on Liquids on Flights to Russia

As a result of heightened security fears associated with the Sochi Winter Olympics the US Government has banned airline passengers from carrying any liquids in … More ››

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New EU Regulations for Liquids, Aerosols and Gels

  The new European rules (EU)* rules for air passengers carrying liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) take effect today, January 31.  They were introduced as … More ››

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UK “Must Increase Night Flights” to Allow For Economic Recovery

The British Shippers’ Council (BSC) has said it is vital that the UK retains the capability to expand the number of night flights from Heathrow, … More ››

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Heathrow to Consult With Households on Third Runway Plan

  Heathrow Airport has announced plans for a six week consultation with local households, asking for their views on the shortlisted third runway plan. The … More ››

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London Airports Respond to CAA Price Caps

The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has announced new passenger charge caps for Heathrow and Gatwick while deregulating Stansted.  Under the Civil Aviation Act 2012 … More ››

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