In alignment with the easing of travel restrictions in the UK, the Scottish government has outlined plans to relax its international travel regime and welcome the return of oversea flights and passengers.
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Similar to the new rules outlined by the UK government for England, the Scottish government has introduced a traffic light system for international travel.
A Test to Release scheme is launched in England, but there is no such scheme in Scotland, despite persistent calls from aviation industry leaders.
The ‘Travel Safe’ advice, which is aligned with UK government guidelines and supported by the Aviation Minister, should be used across UK airports.
A letter signed by a number of airline and airport CEOs opposes the government's introduction of a 14-day period of quarantine.
The AOA, Airlines UK and the ADS Group have released a joint statement calling for the UK government to amend its COVID-19 aviation business support measures.
Almost 40 Members of Parliament have written to the Chancellor calling for more support for the UK aviation industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following travel restrictions, border closures and the closing of hotels, the UK government is now working with airlines to bring passengers home.
As the holiday rush of jet-setting passengers begins, travellers are reminded of the challenge of disruptive passengers as One Too Many campaign gets ready for Christmas.
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As MPs prepare for a vote on its expansion this summer, the Transport Secretary has said he wants consumer needs and interests to shape Heathrow's plans.
UK Air Passenger Duty (APP) is set to increase on long haul flights on April 1, cementing the UK's position as by far the highest charger of this kind of tax in Europe.
British newspapers have described the proposal to bring airport licensing under the power of local authorities as a 'crackdown' and the end of 'the early morning pint'.