Cardiff Airport
Civil Aviation

Aer Lingus set to return to Cardiff Airport

Aer Lingus, which last flew a scheduled flight from Cardiff Airport in 2016, is set to make a tentative return to Wales’ national airport. According to ‘UK Aviation Schedule Analyst’ Sean M on twitter, Aer Lingus Regional will restart flights between Cardiff Airport and Dublin from 30th August 2021 operating [read more]

An Easyjet A320neo takes off from Bristol Airport (TransportMedia UK)
Civil Aviation

Bristol Airport hosts Jet Zero event and joins pledge

Aviation and Aerospace leaders from across the South West met at Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) today to discuss working together to help the region meet Net Zero for the aviation industry. Representatives from Rolls Royce, Airbus, easyJet, GKN, Atkins, Vertical Aerospace, Universal Hydrogen and Wood joined the airport to discuss projects [read more]

Civil Aviation

Ryanair bets big on Greece

Irish budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR) is backing Greece as the go to destination this summer for Brits looking for sun. The airline, whose traditional hunting ground is Portugal, Spain and Central Europe, is ramping up flights to Greece from several UK airports. Ryanair is introducing new flights to Santorini, Kos [read more]

SkyUp 737 (Image: Eric Salard/CC BY-SA2.0/Wikimedia)
Civil Aviation

Ukranian carrier SkyUp shows it London ambitions

Ukranian carrier SkyUp (PQ/SQP) has declared its intentions to launch flights between London Luton Airport and Kiev Boryspil as part of its European expansion. According to RoutesOnline, the airline has said that intends to operate a 3-times-per-week service from 24th June subject to international travel being allowed by that time. [read more]