Sustainable Aviation and the UK government hosted a panel event at COP26 on ‘Delivering Jet Zero’, to discuss the importance of delivering a net zero aviation industry by 2050.
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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.
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.
The UK aviation industry has welcomed the government announcement that vaccinated travellers will no longer need to quarantine upon returning from amber list countries, but has outlined that that more steps still need to be taken.
Health experts have stressed that the policy for face coverings to be worn on a 'personal choice' basis could cause a ‘setback’ for the aviation and travel industries to the start of the pandemic.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the Chief Executive Officer of London City Airport, Robert Sinclair, explains how the long-term approach applied to every aspect of the airport’s strategy and decision making will be key in its recovery.
The UK government's Jet Zero Council is set to meet to outline plans for building back better and greener through the uptake of SAF and the development of zero emission aircraft and infrastructure.
Five areas have been identified that need further support in order to make sure that the UK aviation industry continues to lead the world in aviation decarbonisation.
Under DfT's Aviation Skills Retention Platform, CAAi will offer 16 virtual and e-Learning course titles, covering multiple areas of aviation regulation, oversight and compliance.
As the UK aviation industry tackles the challenges of today, it is also focused on the future and how it can build back better. For the industry and its recovery, airspace modernisation is an important piece of the jigsaw. Chief of the Airspace Change Organising Group (ACOG), Mark Swan, describes…
The first update of the UK government's traffic light list for international travel has seen no new 'green' countries, seven new 'red' countries and Portugal moved to 'amber'.
Similar to the system implemented in England and Scotland, Wales has introduced a traffic light system for those intending to travel internationally.
AOA's Chief Executive, Karen Dee, has stressed that the UK's "economic recovery hinges upon allowing the safe re-opening of international travel."
Philadelphia and Heathrow will collaborate to boost passenger numbers, implement innovative measures and increase international cooperation.
Heathrow has called for the UK government to review the countries that have been deemed as 'green' under the new travel traffic light system for England, stating that the current 'green list' is "overly cautious".