25 APRIL 2022
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Bank Station is nearly ready. The vastly over budget Elizabeth Line is supposedly imminent.
The House of Commons Transport Select Committee is adamant that aviation should be part of any government planning in dealing with pandemics in the future.
Emerald Airways, under contract to Aer Lingus, is recruiting.
Today (Monday 25 April) sees the opening of Air One, the world’s first fully operational hub for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, at the Westminster Road car park, Coventry (postcode CV1 3FZ), a site owned by the local County Council, who are supporting the scheme.
A conclusion to the paintwork dispute between Airbus and customer Qatar Airways could be partially resolved this week.
Masks must the worn on all of Canada’s public transport. And that of course includes airline operations.
With both the flight data and cockpit voice recorder recovered identifying the cause of an accident is usually relatively easy.
With the pandemic hopefully behind us Finnair is the latest European airline returning to 2019 levels of operation for the rest of 2022. Except it also has to deal with its non-ability to fly over Russian airspace.
Friday 22 April saw Manchester Airport fully reopened.
Britain’s latest start-up airline, named Sentra Airways, is set to take delivery of its first aircraft.
Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport, is to appear before the Transport Select Committee with Huw Merriman MP (Con, Bexhill and Battle) in the chair.
In a major rule reverse a US judge has overturned the long-running mask mandate and airlines and passengers responded swiftly. However travellers should watch out for any change of the rules.
There are not many shows, globally, dedicated to airports. Dubai has one, long established, organised by Reed Exhibitions.
Norwich is the site for the latest Gridserve new Electric Forecourt.
Two brands but one hotel is the way forward for Oslo Gardermoen Airport.
For the first time held in the wonderful grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, the site of the annual flower show, Salon Privé London last week featured two eye-catching aviation exhibits.
At the present time no self-driving vehicles are approved by the Department for Transport (DfT) but this should change later in the year. Statistics show that human error is a contributory factor in 88% of recorded road accidents.