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24 - Apr - 2017
A survey by travel intelligence specialist OAG has revealed that only three out of five flights arriving and departing from Gatwick are usually on time. The company engaged hundreds of airports in the survey which took place throughout the year. The Read More...
21 - Apr - 2017
Budget airline EasyJet has revealed that passengers who check-in late are likely to be bumped off their planes. The airline made the announcement after a couple complained after they were escorted off a flight. The two, Manoj, 38, and Vidha, 35 were Read More...
Ryanair warns it may suspend UK flights post-Brexit 13 - Apr - 2017
Ryanair has threatened to halt flights from the UK if Theresa May fails to effect an early bilateral Brexit deal on international aviation.The company’s chief financial officer, Neil Sorahan said the suspension of flights from Stansted and other air Read More...
Stop using Mobile Phones While Driving 12 - Apr - 2017
Transport Secretary, has urged drivers to put their mobile phones into their glove box before starting the engine. Chris Grayling called for a change of attitude and warned that using a mobile device while driving was as irresponsible as drink-drivi Read More...
BA to Scrap Free Meals on Long-haul Flights 11 - Apr - 2017
Britain’s flag carrier’s decision to scrap complimentary food is likely to increase the claims that BA is gradually being turned into a no-frills budget airline. Read More...
10 - Apr - 2017
London Stansted Airport has received planning permission from Uttlesford District Council to build a new £130million arrivals building. The airport aims to enhance passenger experience and provide capacity for growth over the next 10-15 years. Read More...
Driverless Vehicle Tests Begin in London 6 - Apr - 2017
Londoners will have the opportunity to test a driverless car for the next three w Read More...
jet2 5 - Apr - 2017
Low cost airline Jet2 has launched flights and holidays from London Stansted to Alicante and Lanzarote. The first flights took off from Stansted for Alicante on Thursday, March 30, which saw the earliest passengers to check-in gifted with a free.. Read More...
jet2 4 - Apr - 2017
British Airways launched a new plan on 1 April, which has introduced business class on domestic flights. The airline will deliberately keep some seats empty on domestic flights between London and Northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Read More...
3 - Apr - 2017
Shareholders in Heathrow will invest 650 million pounds ($807 million) over the course of 2019. Read More...
3 - Apr - 2017
Londoners should brace themselves for travel chaos over Easter as road works, train cancellations and tube station closures are set to paralyse transport services. The thousands of tourists who will be visiting at the same period will only further c Read More...
Uber electric car in london 31 - Mar - 2017
ber is stepping up its fight against air pollution in London by expanding its electric car usage in the city. With an existing fleet of 50 electric cars that can be rented by drivers, Uber will add 100 more, manufactured at Nissan’s plant in Sunderl Read More...
30 - Mar - 2017
Virgin Atlantic is bracing for a loss this year, owing to the weakness of the pound after last June’s referendum. Craig Kreeger, the chief executive of the airline said 2017 is not likely to be as good as last year, which saw Virgin Atlantic registe Read More...
28 - Mar - 2017
Hong Kong state-owned metro operator MTR and FirstGroup are to take over the running of Britain’s largest commuter networks, South West Trains. The companies struck a 7-year deal with the government to take charge of the network’s operations, a move Read More...
27 - Mar - 2017
A few days after the London terror attack, Londoners using the local Underground stations were greeted with solidarity messages, which were shared by many other tube stations. Read More...
27 - Mar - 2017
The European Union has warned that UK airlines may have to relocate their headquarters and sell off shares to EU nationals if they want to continue operating within continental Europe after Brexit. Read More...
23 - Mar - 2017
The UK has announced a ban on electronic devices into plane cabins on flights from six Middle Eastern countries. Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday ordered the ban, after a series of meetings concerning aviation security. The new restrictions cam Read More...
22 - Mar - 2017
Campaigners opposed to Heathrow expansion on Tuesday launched a new coalition in their latest effort to oppose a third runway at the airport. 18 local groups have come together to form the No Third Runway Coalition which will lobby MPs, councils and Read More...
21 - Mar - 2017
London Luton Airport’s passenger numbers rose by 19.5% in February, compared to the same time last year. More than one million passengers passed through the airport in February, marking thirty-five consecutive months of double-digit growth in passen Read More...
20 - Mar - 2017
The Department for Transport (DfT) has suggested that first class carriages on busy trains should be removed to ease overcrowding. This comes following a research by The Telegraph that found that many first class carriages remain half empty even dur Read More...
19 - Mar - 2017
Belfast International Airport to Gatwick is now the busiest domestic air route in the UK, overtaking Edinburgh to London Heathrow. This is according to new official figures released by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). The route is operated by b Read More...
15 - Mar - 2017
Experts have warned that British Airways risks losing its reputation, following its latest moves to compete with low-cost airlines, like Ryanair and easyJet. BA slashed legroom and in-flight perks in a bid to lower prices, posing stiff competition Read More...
13 - Mar - 2017
Imagine travelling from Liverpool to Manchester in just seven minutes? You may not have to imagine that in the near future as it’s likely to become a reality. Read More...
10 - Mar - 2017
Heathrow recorded a £2.81bn turnover for 2016, an increase of 1.5 per cent on the £2.77bn from 2015. A total 75.7 million passengers used the airport throughout the year, a 1% increase from the previous year, while seats per passenger aircraft rose Read More...
Legal Action for Refusing to Pay Delay Compensation to Passengers 8 - Mar - 2017
CAA said American, Etihad, Emirates, Singapore and Turkish Airlines had each admitted that they don’t pay compensation if a passenger suffers delay in the first leg of a journey, thereby missing a connecting flight and arriving at their final destin Read More...
22 - Feb - 2017
According to a recent study by Inrix, British drivers spend an average of 32 hours per year stuck in traffic, making the UK the third most traffic-congested country in the Europe, after Russia and Turkey. Read More...
20 - Feb - 2017
Hannah Bardell, SNP MP for Livingston has won a battle to have an independent aviation body set up following new flight path trials at Edinburgh Airport. Read More...
15 - Feb - 2017
Did you know that Britain’s planes risk having nowhere to land after Brexit? Officials negotiating Brexit will be working hard to ensure the UK continues to enjoy the benefits of a quarter century old airline market liberalization. For an industry Read More...
electric car 14 - Feb - 2017
A research by Transport for London has found that Britain could need up to 20 more nuclear power stations, should the electric car replace the petrol engine. An all-electric fleet would cause a ‘massive strain’ on the network owing to the amount of Read More...
13 - Feb - 2017
Heathrow’s third runway will increase the number of connecting flights with other airports, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said. Speaking in the Commons, Grayling said six regional airports could join the Heathrow hub network, raising the to Read More...
11 - Feb - 2017
A parliamentary committee report claims Britain’s rail franchise model is no longer suitable. The current model, MPs say, is burdening train passengers with high fares and poor performance. Read More...
10 - Feb - 2017
Transport for London today has announced plans to extend the Bakerloo line beyond Elephant and Castle to Lewisham. The new route comes with four new stations, two on the Old Kent Road and others at Lewisham, with a key interchange at New Cross Gate. Read More...
9 - Feb - 2017
Members of British Airways’ “mixed” fleet late last week started a three-day walkout over poor pay and plan another three day strike on Thursday. The said “mixed” crew includes all cabin employees who have joined the airline since 2010, serving lon Read More...
8 - Feb - 2017
Uber has hired Mark Moore, a NASA aircraft engineer to help design a fleet of commercial flying car for on-demand aviation. Uber hopes that the flying car, called Uber Elevate, will be ready by 2021, although Mr Moore says it could be sooner. Read More...
7 - Feb - 2017
Shining laser pens at pilots, train drivers or motorists will get you tougher fines and jail sentences under new laws proposed by the Department for Transport (DfT) Read More...
6 - Feb - 2017
Diesel cars could be scrapped in a few months in a bid to reduce emissions and improve quality of air across the UK. Department for Transport and Defra are currently working on a scrappage scheme that will see people receive cashback or a discount o Read More...
2 - Feb - 2017
On Monday 30 January, a UK airport made history, by introducing flights without security checks. For the first time in almost 50 years, a flight took off from a British mainland airport without the customary security checks for passengers and their Read More...
brexit aviation 30 - Jan - 2017
Airbus UK’s chief operating officer has said Britain’s aviation industry risks being seriously undermined if a trade deal is not secured before Brexit. Tom Williams said USA rivals, such as Seattle-based Boeing, stand to take advantage if the UK fel Read More...
28 - Jan - 2017
Airlines have welcomed the government’s plans to modernise the UK airspace, as outlined by transport secretary Chris Grayling. Speaking during the Airlines UK annual dinner, Mr Grayling said the government will soon launch a consultation on measure Read More...
26 - Jan - 2017
Glasgow Airport will soon start to charge drivers dropping off passengers at the airport in a bid to ease traffic congestion. The £2 fee is expected to apply from the end of April when construction of a new pick-up and drop-off point is complete. A Read More...
Newquay airport 25 - Jan - 2017
Newquay Cornwall Airport has been named the UK’s fastest growing airport again. The airport’s top management attributes this to a 48 per cent growth registered in 2016, after passenger numbers rose by almost half. Cornwall’s Airport handled 369,000 Read More...
ryan air 24 - Jan - 2017
Outspoken Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has urged that Air Passenger Duty (APD) be removed at regional airports such as Liverpool. He hit out at the government for its policies on air taxation and airport expansion and warned that the UK’s economy wo Read More...
23 - Jan - 2017
The Airport Operators Association (AOA) has cautioned that plane passengers arriving in the UK could see waiting times double after Brexit, as Border Force struggles to meet official waiting time targets. Read More...
Drones danger 17 - Jan - 2017
The British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA) has raised concern over the rising number of close calls involving commercial aircraft and drones. 2016 saw 69 incidents reported, more than double 2015’s 29, while 2013 had none. Read More...
16 - Jan - 2017
Ryanair insists it will still shift expansion plans away from Britain this year, despite announcing a new deal with Stansted Airport, their largest European base. The airline on Thursday confirmed it had struck a deal with Manchester Airports Group, Read More...
New International Routes Boost Glasgow Airport Passenger Numbers 13 - Jan - 2017
The airport now plans to introduce new flights to Munich, Bergen, Lisbon, Valencia, Palanga in Lithuania and Zadar in Croatia in the next 12 months. Read More...
Southern and Thameslink Rail Improvement 12 - Jan - 2017
The Department for Transport is planning a £300m facelift for Southern and Thameslink railway networks. The emergency funding will be used on works to help reduce delays through improvement of infrastructure on the rail networks. Read More...
Cheap UK to New York Flights cheaper than our taxi prices) 10 - Jan - 2017
Starting next summer, travellers could spend less than £60 to fly to New York from the UK. Budget airline Norwegian Airlines is introducing new low-cost fares on its new Edinburgh-New York Route. Having cut the prices by more than 50 per cent, the o Read More...
Driver-only Trains 6 - Jan - 2017
Inspectors from the rail safety watchdog, Office of Rail and Road (ORR) have declared driver-only operated (DOO) trains safe. They joined the drivers on Southern trains on Thursday to check the safety concerns raised by Aslef, the train drivers’ uni Read More...
Ba cabin staff strike 6 - Jan - 2017
Flight disruptions are imminent next week as British Airways cabin crew rejected a deal to end the ongoing dispute over poor pay. According to Unite, the union representing the striking workers, members overwhelmingly voted against the offer by 7 to Read More...