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Phil Forster, Managing Director of Teesside International Airport, tells International Airport Review, about the complete redevelopment of the airport’s terminal building, creating a more seamless, stress-free, and enjoyable experience for passengers, and what they have in store for 2022.
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.
The UK government will continue to boost regional air connectivity with £4.3 million to fund direct flights between London and Newquay, and London and Dundee.
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.
Phil Forster, Interim Managing Director of Teesside International Airport, explains how the airport is gearing up for an increase in demand for travel and promoting seamless passenger journeys.
The first of its kind in the UK, the new airfield radar system will monitor Teesside Airport’s 215 cubic miles of airspace and be future-proofed for decades to come.
A letter signed by a number of airline and airport CEOs opposes the government's introduction of a 14-day period of quarantine.
Loganair services between East Midlands, Inverness and Brussels have commenced as the airline is welcomed as the regional airport's newest operator.
Under its previous owner, Tees Valley Airport was losing nearly £2.5 million per year, but with new owner, the Stobart Group which has previously restored Southend Airport, and a £513 million investment fund it is hoped that Tees Valley will follow suit.