4 APRIL 2022
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After two years British Airways (BA) has returned to international short-haul flying from Gatwick South.
The cause of a Chinese Eastern Boeing 737-800NG crash on 21 March is still unknown.
Hotel group Motel One has opened its third hotel in Manchester.
Hans Airways, a new British long-haul airline, has achieved some significant milestones, taking it closer to realising its plan to start commercial operations in early summer.
Spanish airline Iberia has outlined plans to offer 85% capacity across its global network this summer, with domestic and European routes leading the charge.
From today (4 April) onwards passengers on Norwegian flights are not required to wear face masks.
Spanish airline Vueling, part of IAG, is significantly expanding its UK operations. It is part of a strategy by the national tourist office for a return of visitors to 2019 levels.
Tunisia’s flag carrier Tunisair has launched flights between Tunis and Stansted.
Indian full-service carrier Vistara is again expanding its Delhi to Heathrow schedule.
With the draw for the World Cup made last Friday BTN has here reminded readers of our visit to Doha and a look at Qatar and the venues.
Ambassador Cruise Line has confirmed that the entry into service of its first ship, Ambience has unfortunately been delayed.
Airbus has performed the first A380 flight powered by 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).
Work is fast progressing on ‘The Landing’ a new hotel for Biggin Hill Airport first announced this time last year.
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) celebrated its 50th anniversary on 1 April.
The Insolvency Service is launching criminal and civil investigations into the circumstances surrounding the redundancies at P&O Ferries.
Craig Butfoy, of Matfield, Ken ( England) made false claims to get and retain work with British Airways subsidiary BA CityFlyer – based at London City Airport – and Stobart Air, between April 2016 and March 2018.
Set in an enviable location on the edge of Vienna’s famous Leopoldstadt district on the Danube Canal, Radisson RED Vienna has opened. It is a new-build, design-focused hotel and home to Istros, a unique rooftop bar overlooking the city and the canal.
British outbound travel has taken off but lack of inbound continues to cause economic concern.
Always looking for innovation Virgin Atlantic has come up with "The Booth”, a new social space for Upper Class customers.
It is first being introduced for A350s on the Heathrow – Orlando operation.
Visitors from other parts of Oz, and for that matter the rest of the world, are now permitted into Western Australia. They must meet the requirements of the Commonwealth government and undertake a Rapid Antigen Test within 12 hours of arrival