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6 JULY 2020
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UK air travel – Facing the future
Business Travel News publishes here the two lists of countries where quarantine is usually no longer required when you return to the UK from 10 July.
Later this month British Airways will resume operations at Gatwick South, initially operating long-haul services to The Caribbean.
It could be said that Covick-19 has claimed another casualty. Qantas Airways Boeing 747.
It became legal to ride commercial/rental e-scooters on Great Britain's roads from Saturday 4 July.
Led by the future Chief Executive of IAG, Iberia is pressing ahead with an ambitious holiday period programme mindful of Covid-19.
With the British Airways' Isle of Man service up and running London City Airport will today (6 July) welcome Dundee (Loganair) and Teesside (Eastern Airways) flights.
Commercial flights from Norwich Airport are now available to book once more, with KLM resuming daily flights to Amsterdam Schiphol from 3 August, offering onward international connectivity.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has suspended the authorisation for Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), to operate in Europe for six months, the airline’s spokesman said last Tuesday.
Southend Airport last Wednesday (1 July) opened its terminal doors to passengers for its first flight after three months of being closed due to Covid-19.
ExCeL London has suffered the loss of the World Aviation Festival at the end of September but confirms that the British-Irish Expo goes ahead 5-6 October.
John Burke looks at sailings across the narrow seas.
“Whatever happens, I, for one, will have no hesitation in being aboard another cruise ship or rivership soon, and I think that many, many people will see cruising as a very viable and desirable way to holiday.”
Having provided essential, humanitarian flights from Jersey to Southampton and Gatwick throughout the pandemic Blue Islands airline and Ports of Jersey have today (Monday 6 July) announced a long-term ‘base carrier’ partnership.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) aviation regulator has started formal test flights for Boeing's troubled 737 Max.
If you live in Norfolk and Suffolk and want to fly easyJet this summer you have a problem. The airline plans to close bases at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle airports.
The world’s largest executive jet show has become the latest casualty of Covick-19. The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has announced the cancellation of annual convention scheduled for Orlando, Florida 6-8 October.
Essentially a holiday airline TUI Airways UK plans to resurrect its UK operations shortly.
The situation regarding entry into the United States remains confusing and travellers should be very cautious when making the trip, even if being allowed to board at the departing airport.