Heathrow Airport continues with its push for sustainability within the aviation industry, with a continued driving force behind its 'Fly Quiet and Green' initiative.
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The deal, which is thought to have cost in excess of £2 billion, sees VINCI Airports partner with Global Infrastructure Partners to own the majority shareholding.
A list of the top 10, highest grossing routes has been published and a British Airways route saw over US$1 billion in revenue between April 2017 and March 2018
A report has found that many of these passengers (nearly one million) were travelling between the Czech capital and the UK, up by over 11 per cent from previous year.
The ribbon-cutting marks a milestone in an extensive, long term project called BNA Vision that affects multiple areas in Nashville International Airport (BNA).
To mark International Women's Day, British Airways hosted a special all-female flight, with more than 60 women taking part from the ground team to the cockpit.
For International Airport Review, Raoul Cooper, Airport Transformation Design Manager for British Airways, takes a look at the latest innovative technology deployed by the UK’s largest global airline at terminals to help transform the airport experience for its customers.
Airports are working more than ever to ensure passengers receive a pleasant travel experience, and innovative technology is being deployed throughout many of the world’s busiest terminals to help achieve customer service excellence. This In-Depth Focus explores some recent digital and innovative developments that are helping to transform the airport…
Among airline figures called to give evidence in a House of Commons Committee hearing, the CEO of International Airlines Group gave a damning assessment of Heathrow's capability to deliver an on time and on budget expansion.
The CEO of International Airlines Group has said that airlines and other third parties should be allowed to run terminals at Heathrow Airport as they do in the United States.
Passengers entered a British Airways flight from LA to London Heathrow at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) this week, using their faces alone as a boarding pass.
British Airways is testing out facial recognition technology to smooth the ride for passengers leaving the United States.
British Airways has become the first airline in the world to introduce remote controlled devices to push back aircraft across its short-haul operation.
An IT system failure left 300,000 passengers stranded around the world in what will be remembered as a catastrophic event for British Airways. But what really happened?