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UK pilots in new call to government

The British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA) has called on the UK Government to facilitate a round table discussion with the Transport Secretary

Airports since 9/11 – what has changed?

The 9/11 terrorist attacks changed aviation forever. Two decades on, five senior industry stakeholders come together to discuss what is better, what is worse and what still needs to be done

Biometric bag drop deployed at Tokyo Haneda

The newly updated systems are set to streamline the passenger experience whilst limiting physical contact and promoting safety measures

British Airways resumes Denver-London route

The service will initially run three days a week onboard a Boeing 777 aircraft

Yamuna International secures development plans for NIA

The operator is expected to implement initiatives in line with its sustainability goals, whilst focussing on connectivity

Emirates resumes flagship A380 flights to Manchester

The resumption of superjumbo services coincides with the 11-year anniversary of the aircraft serving the northwest hub

Oneworld reveals path to net zero emissions by 2050

The group aims to become the first global airline alliance to commit to a common carbon neutrality goal

Bag drop service reopens at Denver

The hub’s transit center resumes free bag drop service

Ryanair reveals London winter schedule

The new connections come as the airline announced it reached a post-pandemic traffic high in August

IATA reports positive global cargo figures

Strong freight demand continues as numbers carry on rising compared to pre-pandemic levels

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