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(eTN) - Sudanese regime leader Bashir was quoted in local media reports in Khartoum, demanding the slots previously held by Sudan Airways at London’s Heathrow airport to be either returned to the ai
LONDON – Two of Europe's busiest airports closed early Monday morning as a dense cloud of volcanic ash drifted from Iceland, aviation authorities said.
The British government announced today that that a third runway will be built at Heathrow. Depending on the lens you are looking through, this is either bad news or good news.
The United Kingdom’s the Competition Commission (CC) yesterday announced that it is ready to consider responses to its provisional decision forcing the British Airports Authority (BAA) to sell both
In a hotel conference room in Tokyo, the heads of some of the world’s biggest airlines - Lufthansa, United, All Nippon and SAS - were discussing their biggest headache.
Proposals to replace a new runway at Heathrow with high speed rail were opposed by organizations in the air travel industry.
HOUSTON (September 9, 2008) – Continental Airlines announced today that it will launch a third daily non-stop flight between its New York hub, Newark Liberty International Airport, and London’s He
LONDON - One of the largest, luxury airport hotels, meetings and events venues opened today at Terminal 5 (T5), the UK's most central transport hub.
FRANKFURT, Germany – Star Alliance customers flying from London Heathrow Terminal 1 can now make use of the alliance’s largest lounge.
Airline Virgin Atlantic’s lounge at Heathrow airport has been named as Best Clubhouse in the international awards voted for by Virgin customers.The V-Flyer.com awards are voted for by customers of Virgin Group travel companies, including Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Holidays, Virgin Blue, Virgin Nigeria, and the new US domestic airline, Virgin America.
UK based economy carrier Easyjet has announced that it is to seek a judicial review of price increases at Heathrow and Gatwick airports.According to The Times, the airline has retained London law firm Lane & Partners as its adviser and told both the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and airport operator BAA nine days ago that it intended to seek a judicial review.
Mumbai - What does an airline do if it becomes near impossible to get huge slots in a major international hub? If the recent moves made by Jet Airways is anything to go by, then capturing stakes in airlines that have huge slots in major hubs seems to be the ready answer.
SYDNEY - 2007 was a year of contrasts for the world’s airport sector – a period in which Airport Business Daily celebrated its 1,000th edition.Passenger traffic growth has been generally buoyant, with the freight sector staging a modest comeback in latter part of the year.