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Loganair secures new 4-year Inter-Isles contract

Loganair (LM/LOG) has secured a new Public Service Obligation (PSO) contract to operate an Inter-Isles air service for the Orkney Islands for another 4 years The air links connect the islands of North Ronaldsay, Papa Westray, Westray, Sanday, Stronsay and Eday with Kirkwall and are considered a life line by [read more]

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Singapore Airlines resumes UK to Oceania connections

Singapore Airlines (SQ/SIA) has resumed transit flights from the UK to countries including Australia and New Zealand via Changi. Transit passengers from the UK were barred last month by the Singapore Government but Singapore Airlines has secured a special dispensation to allow passengers to transit to Auckland, New Zealand and [read more]

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Civil Aviation

Seven UK & Irish Airports that have achieved Carbon Neutrality

Six UK airports have already achieved Carbon Neutrality according to Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme (ACA). According to the ACA, to achieve ‘Level 3+ Neutrality’ status the airports must meet the following criteria: Determine emissions sources within the operational boundary of the airport company. Calculate the annual carbon emissions. Compile a carbon [read more]

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Civil Aviation

Flights between UK and India to resume

Flights between the UK and India are set to resume from 8th January following their suspension after a new variant of Coronavirus was found in the UK. India’s Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said that initially only 15 flights per week would be allowed in order to allow India [read more]