Under a new traffic light system, countries will be designated one of three risk levels as part of the UK government's efforts to restart international travel.
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The coronavirus pandemic has afforded many airports the opportunity to expand their work within their local community. For International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the CEO of London Luton Airport (LTN), Alberto Martin, highlights LTN’s efforts in this field, and his hopes that this will continue, even as the airport looks…
Manchester Airports Group’s Diane Jackson describes how the CAST has been established to be the ‘leading body for the aerodrome safeguarding community’ and aims to make crucial links between policymakers, legislators and implementors.
Heathrow has submitted its plan - a dynamic four-tier system that applies differing controls for differing country risk levels - to the UK government's Global Travel Taskforce.
LCY's London City Helpers programme will see the airport work to tackle unemployment and support mental wellbeing in the local community.
Following the implementation of stringent health and safety measures at the airport, Belfast International has achieved ACI's health accreditation.
By achieving the ISO 45001:2018 occupational health and safety standard, Birmingham Airport continues to demonstrate its commitment to its ‘Safety Culture Excellence’ vision.
Following a report published in July 2020 by the Airspace Change Organising Group, the UK government has announced £5.5 million in funding to support the UK's airspace modernisation programme.
With the first successful trial of the IATA Travel Pass now complete, the industry is a step closer to restarting international aviation safely and securely.
By the end of 2020, passenger numbers at UK airports fell to levels not seen since 1985, with only 73.8 million passengers reported, most of which travelled in the first three months of the year.
UK companies will be able to bid for a share of £15 million to pioneer new technologies to convert everyday waste into sustainable aviation fuel.
As part of its efforts to build back better from the pandemic and improve connectivity, the UK government has set out a range of measures for the UK’s aviation and transportation network.
Gary Cutts, Challenge Director of the UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Future Flight Challenge, spoke to International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, Leah Hockley, about the purpose of the challenge and how it is working to encourage innovation within the industry, as well as the importance of the development of future…
Partly funded by the Department for Transport, the City of Derry to Stansted route provides critical connectivity between Northern Ireland and London, subsequently boosting the region’s economy.
EASA's new guidance addresses unauthorised drone usage in the vicinity of airports, including by accident, with deliberate intent to disrupt, and criminal or terrorist motivation.