The UK government's Global Travel Taskforce will work to develop an operationalised approach for testing international arrivals.
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As part of a major renovation of its security area and in preparation for an increase in passengers, Teesside Airport has installed two new scanners.
The DASA competition provides an opportunity to help further develop the critical counter-drone technical capabilities needed.
From 10 July 2020, passengers will be able to travel to many countries without having to self-isolate on return to the UK.
Based on scientific advice and industry collaboration, the new guidance aims to encourage the quick resumption of the UK aviation industry as soon as it is deemed safe to do so.
Following a previous extension of four months, DfT has announced a further extension on the deadline for the Manston Airport redevelopment and reopening.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the UK, the UK government's Transport Committee has asked for public input on the impact of the virus on the transportation sector.
Following travel restrictions, border closures and the closing of hotels, the UK government is now working with airlines to bring passengers home.
An appeal by Stop Stansted Expansion to have the airport’s planning application determined by Central Government has been officially dismissed.
Following a visit from the UK Aviation Minister, Southampton Airport and local business leaders are calling for work to strengthen regional connectivity.
The tour is part of the Department for Transport's Regional Air Connectivity Review, which was launched in mid-January 2020.
The 12-week consultation is being undertaken as part of the modernisation of the UK's airspace.
Roadmap for drones, staff training, standardisation, human super recognisers, regulatory landscapes and future thinking are just some of the topics being covered in day two of AITS' security stream.
As the aviation industry is set to grow exponentially, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has insisted we "get to grips with commercial aviation greenhouse gas emissions".
UK Prime Minister plans to introduce 3D technology to airports across the UK to improve passenger experience and create a more seamless journey.