AOA has called on the UK government to better support the country's aviation industry as countries across the globe implement significant supportive measures.
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Almost 40 Members of Parliament have written to the Chancellor calling for more support for the UK aviation industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The AOA has said the UK government only allowing the industry financial help during the COVID-19 crisis on a case-by-case basis is "not feasible to provide the support necessary in the coming days".
The CEO of AOA has warned that UK airports may be forced to shut down within weeks due to COVID-19 if the UK government doesn't provide immediate support.
AOA's general election manifesto sets out how the aviation industry can work to ensure the sustainability of future airport growth.
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Despite already delivering a number of environmentally friendly achievements, Cardiff Airport has recently unveiled more goals as it aims to become a 'carbon neutral airport'.
Due to succeed Ed Anderson at the beginning of September 2019, Ruby McGregor-Smith takes on new challenge within the aviation industry.
For the second summer in a row, those travelling from the UK’s airports are warned of the cost of disruptive behaviour with the 'One Too Many' campaign.
In a week promoting best-practise in aviation safety, the AOA will showcase the UK's safety standards, which are amongst the best in the world.
Following the 'One Too Many' campaign, individual airports reported a reduction in number of disruptive passenger incidents despite growth in passenger numbers.
Under the new scheme passengers from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Singapore and South Korea will be able to use the gates which is hoped will significantly reduce wait times.
The UK Government has confirmed that in the event of a no-deal exit from the EU, flights will not ground to a halt.