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On the path to recovery? We may not see many of the solutions being adopted by airports to keep us safe while flying, but they will see us and hopefully reduce any risk of Covid-19 transmission
Airports are quickly working to develop a safe environment for the return of air passengers, but for many are seen as the weak chain in…..
Virgin Atlantic unveils plans to transform competition at a future expanded Heathrow airport and end IAG’s ‘stranglehold’ at the London hub
UK carrier Virgin Atlantic has released details of its planned long haul and new short haul route network, as it calls for an end to…..
With confirmation of a HS2 review, what could that mean for future domestic UK flights and Heathrow’s proposed third runway?
The UK’s new transport secretary Grant Shapps has – as had been anticipated – announced the launch of an independent review of the proposed HS2…..
British Airways’ first A350 lands in London as carrier confirms Dubai debut for scheduled Club Suite launch
We may have already seen the concept via CGIs but, we can now physically view the new ‘Club Suite’ business class offering from British Airways…..
Heathrow reveals ambitions to deliver new third runway within seven years in revised expansion consultation document
Heathrow may have been selected as the preferred location for an additional runway to support the London market, but major doubts have remained if it…..
Heathrow agrees new deal with airlines with increased incentives worth ‘hundreds of millions of pounds’ to major operators
London’s Heathrow airport has signed a significant new deal on airport charges that it says is “worth hundreds of millions of pounds” for airlines operating…..
IAG’s Willie Walsh demands an end to the “monopoly” Heathrow Airport has over its terminals, but is that really feasible?
International Airlines Group (IAG)’s CEO, Willie Walsh, recently called on the UK Government to end London Heathrow Airport’s “monopoly” over its terminals, stating: “Most major US airports have…..
Aviation Infrastructure: adding new facilities against enormous odds – CAPA-ACTE Global Summit insights
It is a popular refrain that there has been no new runway added in the UK since WWII – although many unused and underused airports…..
Catch up on CAPA’s exclusive Market Analysis pieces – bmi regional, Heathrow Airport, WestJet, Berlin Brandenburg Airport and more
Every week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation, produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every…..