Aegean Airlines has become the latest airline to relocate to Manchester Airport’s new-look Terminal 2. Additional cafes and retailers are also opening in the facility.
Saint Lucia has added another gateway with the reintroduction of service with British Airways out of London Heathrow after more than 30 years. The first Boeing 777 touched down on earlier.
A new report, commissioned by Airlines UK, shows how critical aviation jobs are to every community and constituency in the country. Data shows just how important aviation is at a local level.
Heathrow has now seen cumulative losses from Covid-19 of around £2.9 billion, according to the latest results from the airport. Revenue fell by half in the six months to June, down to £348 million.
The International Air Transport Association has branded a European Commission decision to set the winter slot use threshold at 50 per cent as “out of touch with reality”.
Traffic at the low-cost carrier rebounded from 0.5 million to 8.1 million over the first quarter, largely due to a recovery in capacity during May and June.
Emirates flight EK213 was welcomed by Miami International Airport with a water cannon salute, and drew in an audience of passengers, aviation fans and guests.
With both islands on the green list, meaning quarantine-free travel, the leisure airline and tour operator has seen customers flocking to book flights and holidays.
The company recognised $1.4 billion of net special credits during the three-month period, largely related to financial assistance received from government payroll support programs.
Air Transat has promoted UK & Ireland commercial director, Adrian Keating, to lead a wider range of markets across Europe and also in the Americas.
Finnair has started trials of IATA Travel Pass on its Heathrow to Helsinki route. The trial is taking place until August 11th on flights in both directions between London and the Finnish capital.
From November 4th, flights and holidays will take off from Glasgow Airport to the popular beach destination of Agadir, offering customers in Scotland even more choice.