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 UK's House of Commons' Transport Committee held an informal virtual meeting with Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, to discuss the implications of COVID-19 on transport.
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".
Some of the benefits of biomethane include reduced carbon emissions compared to natural gas, and support for wildlife at the production sites.
Following travel restrictions, border closures and the closing of hotels, the UK government is now working with airlines to bring passengers home.
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.
Kate Hall, Marketing and Communications Manager at Newcastle International Airport, discusses how to develop a successful airport app and use it to create the perfect passenger experience.
The handover sees phase one of the terminal two extension complete on time, and now ready for tests and trials ahead of opening to passengers in July 2020.
ICCAN will work with NatCen to develop a new attitudinal noise survey by the end of September 2020, with the first to be conducted before the end of 2021.
Ben Cordingley, Head of Baggage and Commercial Operations at Gatwick Airport, discusses the challenges of replacing 27 hold baggage screening machines while still processing 50,000 bags a day.
Following the collapse of UK-based airline, Flybe, the GMB Union has warned that eight regional airports across the UK are now at risk of closure.
Charges for unscheduled flights arriving and departing from the airport between 23:30 and 06:00 will be five times greater than daytime charges.
ADEPT has called for the development of a national strategy to address both climate change and the economy within the UK aviation sector.
Since beginning operation in 1910, Southampton Airport has been a consistent aviation pioneer, and has now shifted its focus to the development of sustainable operations.