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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.
Ken O’Toole, CEO, Stansted Airport has called on local businesses, community leaders and regional organisations to make their voices heard and press Government to upgrade rail links to the airport.
The year 2019 will mark 100 years since the first UK commercial flight, 50 years since Concorde’s maiden voyage and 85 years since the Airport Operators Association was founded. As the Government now develops its Aviation Strategy 2050, Chief Executive, Karen Dee, reflects on how far we’ve come.
Flights at Britain’s second busiest airport, London Gatwick, remain suspended today (Thursday 20 December) after several sightings of drones flying near its airfield. The closure has caused disruption to thousands of people travelling before Christmas.
The UK Government has released a green paper which details the future plans for the aviation industry, but does it do enough to support such a vital industry?
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.
The government has launched a call for evidence pertaining to the licensing laws within airports to asses the needs to change to the attitudes towards alcohol within airports.
Following the AOA Annual Conference on the 29th October 2018, the winners of the AOA Annual Awards have been announced.
The 2019 AOA Annual Conference, themed the 'airport of the future' focused heavily on Brexit and Air Passenger Duty, both of which were prominent in the Chancellor's budget, which was released on the opening day.