29 AUGUST 2022
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Loyalty programmes are clearly the way forward for the hotel industry as it follows the airlines in finding ways to attract and retain clientele.
British Airways is trimming the winter schedule by 8% until the end of March and more than 600 flights will be cancelled up to late October.
It could be one of the most interesting Aviation Club lunches for a very long time.
The date has been set for a direct train service from Heathrow T2, T3 and T4 to central London, with the Bond Street station opening yet to be announced.
Manchester to Geneva on Ethiopian may seem an odd choice of flight but it is one way of getting to the ski slopes (and on a wide-bodied long-haul aircraft too).
According to the Centre for Aviation (CAPA), now part of Aviation Week (Informa), Europe’s airline seat capacity is now running at nearly 89% of 2019 levels.
Predicting 32.8m passengers for 2022 as against 46.5m in 2019, Gatwick is in a bullish mood. In the first six months of the year the airport made a profit after tax of £50.6m.
Eurostar has not been stopping at Ashford and Ebbsfleet since the start of the pandemic.
Another airline seemingly out of the mire is Norwegian after going through a very sticky patch.
TAP Air Portugal has shown a positive recovery from the pandemic in its second quarter financial report (Q2).
Michael O’Leary, CEO, Ryanair, is holding a press conference at the Andaz London Liverpool Street, 14:00 on Tuesday 30 August.
Wednesday (31 August) will see the preview day of what has become the world’s most prestigious motoring concours event.
On Saturday (27 August) the UK Foreign Office lifted its advice against travel to Sri Lanka with a state of emergency in the country coming to an end.
To cap off its 25th anniversary celebrations, Star Alliance will host a charity run in Singapore on 9 October in support of healthcare workers responding to Covid-19.
The Business Travel Association (BTA) has joined the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)’s Travel Aware campaign, a joint venture between the FCDO and the travel industry to help make sure British travellers are better prepared when they go overseas.
The ubiquitous taxi service still wants you to get from A to B but in a new way.
The ever-expanding portfolio of Wizz Air continues in spite of the fracas caused by its seemingly overnight disappearance from Doncaster Sheffield Airport and the about face regarding Moscow.
If you are travelling between New York City and Singapore, bring a book. A very long book says London-based aviation analyst Cirium.