New London and Birmingham bases help push Jet2.com ahead of leisure rivals

The opening of new bases at Birmingham and London Stansted will grow Jet2.com network capacity by over 45% this summer, versus last year, as the…..

Wizz Air eyes UK licence as airlines continue to battle Brexit rights concerns

Central and Eastern European low cost carrier Wizz Air has confirmed it will take action to safeguard its important UK network of flights and establish…..

Loganair warns Flybe competition is not in Scotland’s best interests

UK regional carrier Loganair will take to the air in its own right once again in autumn 2017 after nearly quarter of a century flying…..

Heathrow hits new heights as airlines work to maximise slot usage at London hub

A more efficient usage of slots at London Heathrow has helped Europe’s largest airport continue to grow its passenger traffic despite operating at near capacity……

easyJet selects Austria as home for new ‘European’ airline that will ease any Brexit concerns

This week, easyJet confirmed its new European airline operation that is being develop to safeguard its operations across Europe and domestically within European countries following…..

SAS confirms Málaga and London Heathrow bases for new SAS Ireland subsidiary

In order to secure the long-term profitability of its key traffic flows and actively participate in the growing leisure market, SAS Scandinavian Airlines is establishing…..

UK tourism remains resilient in face of recent terror attacks

Tourists flying to the UK this summer appear so far to be relatively undaunted by recent terror attacks, according to intelligence provider ForwardKeys. The company,…..

Qantas looks at longer range opportunities for future fleet expansion and more non-stop links into Europe

The much-publicised new non-stop long-haul link between Perth and London is likely to be just the first of a number of new non-stop flights linking…..

London hotels set to hit summer price peak, but it is simply a case of supply and demand

Basic economics tells us that when the supply for a product reduces and demand for that same product increases, then its cost will rise. It…..

British Airways IT fiasco proves you are only as strong as your weakest link

From a terrorist cyber hack to a simple inadvertent removal of a plug from a socket, whatever caused the IT failure that left British Airways’…..

Airline plans to spice up the India – UK market with low fare offering

Over the last couple of months Indian carrier SpiceJet has been formulating a plan to grow into the medium- and long-haul markets with the introduction…..