London City Airport predicts that passenger traffic will surge in growth during 2022, as the airport introduces several new routes and the return of flights to popular travel destinations.
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Described as a ‘calming oasis’, Bristol Airport has launched an immersive sensory room designed to create a stress-free environment for passengers with autism, dementia, or cognitive impairment.
To further its commitments to a sustainable future, Glasgow Airport is set to install a new model of airfield lighting which is 25 per cent more energy efficient and eco-friendly.
A new Environmental Sustainability Panel will be created by the UK Civil Aviation Authority to provide advice on crucial aviation environmental and sustainability decisions.
Aviation is in for a long-haul recovery as the current Omicron variant causes at least 600,000 passengers to cancel travel plans during December 2021 from London Heathrow Airport.
The process for the formal planning application for the development of Prestwick Spaceport has begun, establishing an industry, forming jobs, and creating investment for the Ayrshire area.
Steve Langlois, Head of Passenger Operations and Aviation Security at Guernsey Ports, speaks to International Airport Review about the new HBS system being introduced at Guernsey Airport, which will remove the need for random manual searches of hold baggage by security staff.
Karen Dee, Chief Executive of the Airport Operators Association has commented on the welcomed removal of the most recent travel restrictions put in place in the UK due to the latest Omicron variant.
According to a report launched by Cirium, an aviation analytics firm, international flights to and from the UK decreased 71 per cent during January to December 2021.
During 2021, Bristol Airport’s Local Community Fund awarded over £160,000 to support local community projects including schools, sports clubs, and environmental trusts.
Bristol Airport has been accredited international recognition with Level 3+ Carbon Neutrality status for its direct emissions by the Airport Carbon Accreditation Scheme.
In Glasgow Prestwick Airport’s post-COVID-19 recovery, the airport has delivered an encouraging performance over the last year, resulting in an improved operating profit of £0.5 million.
Karen Dee, Chief Executive of Airport Operators Association has commented on the crucial and dire need for additional support towards the aviation industry in its post-COVID-19 recovery journey.
In collaboration with Pangiam and Google Cloud, AGS Airports Ltd has launched the new Project DARTMOUTH, which aims to transform airport security operations with modern technologies.
The expensive COVID-19 testing regime will place a heavy burden on plans, festivities, and long-awaited family reunions for many over the Christmas holiday period.