Aerospace, Virgin Atlantic, Atkins, Skyports, NATS, and other industry leading organisations have come together to create the world’s first advanced electric flight ecosystem and accelerate the introduction of AAM in the UK.
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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 Aviation Skills Retention Platform has launched a new free-to-use recruitment platform, Talentview Aviation, to further support the future aviation workforce.
Vertical Aerospace has collaborated with London Heathrow Airport to explore operations of the electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle from the airport by the mid-2020s.
Post-Brexit, the value of trade being transported through Heathrow Airport could grow to over £204 billion, benefitting British businesses in every corner of the UK.
Heathrow will have access to the testing data collected by four of its airlines for its pre-departure testing trials. The information will be used to evaluate whether pre-departure testing is robust and safe enough to replace quarantine.
Collinson and Swissport have launched the testing site at Heathrow, once again highlighting the three bodies as pioneers in driving travel recovery from COVID-19.
Virgin Atlantic is urging ministers to ‘shake up the Heathrow market’ by reforming slot allocation, as it unveils plans for 84 new routes following the airport's expansion.
As the climate crisis gets ever more paramount, the aviation industry must do all it can to minimise its effects on the environment. Could waste gases be the answer?
Manchester Airport has called upon the government to recognise the critical role the airport will play in driving economic growth across the UK.
A new route to Boston will be introduced to the growing number of destinations at Edinburgh Airport, with Delta Air Lines operating the service for summer 2019.
London Gatwick has recorded the busiest September in its history, with 4.5 million passengers travelling through, and as passenger numbers continue to rise, Gatwick was also recognised by the Carbon Trust for its significant carbon footprint reduction last year.
The new fuel technology captures and recycles carbon-rich industrial waste gases from steel mills into ethanol – gases that would otherwise go up the chimney into the atmosphere.