As part of the plans the carrier has announced new flights from its northern base, the opening of a new Clubhouse and the refurbishment of Virgin Holidays’ v-room at the airport.
New analysis of Civil Aviation Authority postcode data by London City Airport has found that 143,000 departing passengers used the airport who live within a three-mile radius last year. This is a 22 per cent increase from the 117,000 passengers recorded in 2017.
Passengers at Gatwick Airport can now experience the faster speeds and greater reliability of 5G thanks to Vodafone. This means they can enjoy gaming on the go or quickly download a film or TV box set or transfer large work documents before they catch a flight.
Paul Griffiths, chief executive of Dubai Airports, takes a look at some of the highlights from the first six months of this year at both Dubai International and Dubai World Central.
Gatwick has formally started the process to bring its existing northern runway into routine use. The airport has submitted a notice to the planning inspectorate of its intention to prepare an application for development consent.
Cyrrus has acquired Brighton City Airport with the backing of a six-figure funding package from HSBC UK. The North Yorkshire-based company, established in 2007 in Thirsk, is a global aviation consultancy which provides a range of specialist aviation support services to airports in the UK and overseas.
Quito International Airport has reached carbon neutrality in the Airport Carbon Accreditation program. The system was created by Airports Council International and is technically endorsed by the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organisation, the World Bank and the United States Federal Aviation Administration.
International Airlines Group has attacked Heathrow airport’s plans to make passengers stump up £3.3 billion in advanced costs for a third runway before planning permission is guaranteed.
Gatwick has published a new five-year capital investment programme which highlights more investment in automation and technology as an enabler of sustainable growth.
Strikes by security workers at Gatwick airport have been suspended after an improved pay offer was made. The 130 members of Unite who are employed by ICTS (UK) to scan passengers’ luggage for explosive materials and other dangerous and prohibited materials, were due to stage a 48-hour strike from Saturday morning.