British Airways has announced that it is launching 4 new routes from Belfast this summer, in order to support important business and tourism links between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom.
Kuwait-based low cost carrier Jazeera Airways has announced that it will fly to London Heathrow Airport starting next week.
Airlines based in the United States and the United Kingdom have joined forces to call for a Green Travel Corridor to be opened between both the countries. The airlines made the call ahead of a meeting of G7 leaders in Cornwall, England, at the weekend.
Emirates to resume flying to Venice; increases frequency of flights to Milan As Italy is reopening its borders for international travellers, Emirates has announced that it will resume flying to Venice and will also increase frequency of flights to Milan as it looks to take advantage of ‘COVID-19 tested flights’. Read the full story here […]
The United Kingdom government has announced a trial allowing certain flights from Red List countries to operate providing they arrive into dedicated terminals at Birmingham and Heathrow airports.
London Heathrow airport has successfully incorporated sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) into its operation, ahead of the G7 Summit. The fuel is being incorporated into the airport’s main fuel supply from 3rd June 2021 and will be blended use across flights operating at Heathrow over the next few days.
British Airways has started trialling the IATA Travel Pass. The airline’s parent company, International Airlines Group (IAG), has been working with International Air Travel Association (IATA), the association for the world’s airlines, to co-develop its Travel Pass app.
Qatar Airways boosts Miami flights just in time for busy summer season Starting 12th June 2021, the flag carrier of Qatar will fly 3-times-a-week with its Boeing B777 aircraft. Read the full story here Disneyland Paris all set to reopen for visitors on 17th June Kids now have a new holiday to look forward to […]
London’s Heathrow Airport has confirmed the plans to use its Terminals 3 and 4 as dedicated facilities for passengers arriving on flights from destinations on the government’s ’Red List’.
JetBlue today finally revealed the launch date of its highly anticipated Transatlantic route to London. The airline states that it is ‘ready to disrupt the Transatlantic market’.