6 DECEMBER 2021
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Late Saturday evening the Department for Transport (DfT) added Nigeria to the red list and changed the UK arrival rules.
Speaking at the Aviation Club in London last week Qatar Airways' CEO Akbar Al Baker said that Airbus needs to admit it had a problem with flaws on the surface of its A350 jets and ruled out buying freighter planes from the European aircraft manufacturing company.
All the talk is about sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). And quite rightly so.
Qatar Tourism hosted its first mega travel trade familiarisation trip last week, welcoming 236 tour operators from 29 countries around the world, to showcase Qatar as a leading holiday destination, ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
Luton-based easyJet has opened recruitment for 1,500 seasonal cabin crew for next summer with around 11,000 applications received to date. In spite of poor trading results it is confident for the future.
Some PCR testing firms removed from the Government website list of suppliers are “reappearing” under other names, according to a report.
PLAY, Iceland’s new low-cost airline with the bright red paintwork, will introduce Dublin from Reykjavik’s Keflavík International Airport in the spring.
Still very much dependent on the UK for its operation, Ryanair is opening 24 new routes from Britain next summer.
Initial findings from a world-first study of the impact of 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on both engines of a commercial jet have provided promising early results.
The United States Government has confirmed plans to tighten the country’s international travel rules as destinations around the world step up their response to the new Omicron variant of Covid-19.
“I have been coming to the Scillies for over 40 years, an English utopia, 28 miles from the mainland, sometimes sub-tropical and sometimes less so, my day trip for business the other week nearly a disaster. More anon. BTN’s Editor-in-Chief reports.
The latest Travel News Update (TNU) by Aspire has been published, a monthly roundup for travellers using the popular lounges serving also as a member’s newsletter.
BTN can now reveal the AND FINALLY result from last week’s issue, a trailer for the annual Christmas quiz which will be included in our 13 December issue.
The Bailiwick of Guernsey, cautious with its Covid-19 restrictions but also conscious of the tourist industry, has again brought in its own entry rules.
Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair is having to turn away breakfast business according to long standing General Manager Stuart Johnson.
Small- and medium-sized businesses can learn more about how they could become a supplier to the UK’s largest group of airports. Manchester Airports Group (MAG) will host a ‘Runway to Recovery’ meet the buyer event on Wednesday 8 December.
Jet2, in some ways more of a travel company than an airline, has been quick to praise Westminster for the way it has dealt with travel to Switzerland. For skiing in France and Germany, as well as Switzerland itself, Geneva is the most convenient airport.
The biggest news of the two-day event last week was the quiet announcement that Amsterdam is to be the venue for 2022, at the RAI in October.