Emirates has announced plans to reopen its lounges at 4 more airports in the United Kingdom, as the airline continues to rebuild its network.
Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has announced that it will launch flights between Singapore and London Gatwick. London will be its first destination in the United Kingdom.
easyJet has announced the opening of its first-ever airport lounge, in collaboration with No1 Lounges, at London Gatwick Airport’s north terminal.
Emirates has announced that it will restart flights to London Gatwick Airport in December 2021, “responding to the easing of international travel restrictions and an upsurge in passenger demand for winter sun”.
British Airways has confirmed that it will not be operating any short-haul services from London Gatwick, other than a handful of domestic flights.
The government of United Kingdom has announced that many travel restrictions for travel to England will be simplified. The dates for the simplification range from Wednesday 22nd September 2021 through to an unspecified date ‘by the end of October’.
London Gatwick Airport has announced the opening of Two new Food&Beverage outlets in the North Terminal. Both units opened their doors to the public at 0400 on Thursday 9th September 2021, in partnership with SSP UK & Ireland.
Ryanair has announced its winter schedule for its three London airports – London Luton, London Gatwick and London Stansted. The airline will launch 14 new routes from the city as part of its Winter 2021/22 schedule.
easyJet has announced that it has added over 50,000 extra seats from the United Kingdom to the Green List destinations ‘in response to customer demand for international travel this summer’.
Calgary-based WestJet has announced that it is expanding its international network ‘to include one of the world’s most connected cities’, Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands. In addition, the airline will resume flying to London Gatwick in July.