This rules will ultimately set the maximum rate the airport operator can charge its airline customers for using the facility for the next five years.
Heathrow Airport has extended its strategic partnership with air traffic services company, NATS. The extension will see the current contract run through to 2030.
Manchester Airports Group has announced it will provide passengers at all three of its airports the ability to offset the carbon emissions from their flights in a new partnership with CarbonClick.
Aer Lingus has partnered with British Airways Holidays to enable UK customers to book a complete package holiday with the Irish flag carrier.
Singapore Airlines has confirmed the return of its Airbus A380 aircraft from November 19th. The superjumbo will be deployed on a daily return services between London and Singapore.
In addition to its established year-round services, the airline announced its return to key summer seasonal destinations such as Barcelona, Venice, Nice, Manchester, Edinburgh and Reykjavik.
United has announced the largest transatlantic expansion in its history, including ten new flights and five new, vogue destinations. Flights are subject to government approval.
British Airways has announced that it will be opening its doors to new cabin crew recruits to work for the airline from spring next year to help fly its summer schedule.
Delta Air Lines has reported an adjusted pre-tax income of US$216 million for the three months to the end of September as the recovery from Covid-19 continues.
Air Astana continues to expand its international network, with the launch of twice weekly direct flights from Almaty to the tropical island of Phuket in Thailand.
Etihad Airways has raised US$1.2 billion in the first sustainability-linked loan tied to environmental, social and governance targets in global aviation.
airBaltic carried 232,900 passengers in September, some 194 per cent more than during the same period last year. The Latvian airline performed 2,980 flights last month.