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Group letter calls on government to address HIAL remote tower plans

A large cohort of MPs and members of the community have expressed their concerns to Scottish ministers

Plaza Premium Group to manage passenger services at BLR

The firm plans to rejuvenate 22 of its amenities ranging from customer experience to technology modernisations

Gatwick in call to ease travel restrictions

London Gatwick Airport has called on the UK Government to allow double vaccinated passengers to avoid COVID-19 tests

easyJet boosts UK-Netherlands offering

Low cost carrier easyJet has begun operations between Birmingham, among the UK airports hardest hit by the pandemic, and Amsterdam/Schiphol

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

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