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Finavia is to introduce next generation, state-of-the-art technology at Helsinki Airport, centralising all flights to one terminal to ensure the passenger security and control experience is seamless and faster.
The return and addition of new core routes at London City Airport will ensure momentum in passenger growth and travel confidence, as part of the airport’s post-COVID-19 recovery.
Following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, London City Airport has hosted two successful events to support recruitment drive and recovery of local community businesses.
With a long-awaited and anticipated strong demand for international travel this summer, London Gatwick Airport will reopen its South Terminal in March 2022, after two years of being dormant.
Over the entirety of 2021, VINCI’s airport network welcomed near 86 million passengers, 66 per cent down on 2019 but a 12 per cent growth compared to 2020.
London City Airport predicts that passenger traffic will surge in growth during 2022, as the airport introduces several new routes and the return of flights to popular travel destinations.
According to a report launched by Cirium, an aviation analytics firm, international flights to and from the UK decreased 71 per cent during January to December 2021.
As the recovery continues and with over three million passengers travelling through London Heathrow during October 2021, the airport continues to focus on the race to a net zero future.
Results from the past nine months at London Heathrow reveal a strong demand since travel restrictions have eased, as well as a slow recovery in passenger numbers, finances, and airport sustainability.
A new Drop Zone, sponsored by Danske Bank, has been launched at Belfast City Airport to help business and leisure travellers stay digitally connected with charging zones and free Wi-Fi.
Glasgow Airport in partnership with Boeing hosted the two-day sustainability event, the Boeing Innovation Forum, bringing together the aviation industry and First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.