Manchester Airport (Image: TransportMedia UK)
News

Travel industry begins day of action & protest

The travel industry including trade bodies such as ABTA, airports, airlines and unions have begun a day of action and protest to demonstrate how it was one of the hardest hit industries in the pandemic and the way the government has handled international travel. The UK’s largest airport group, Manchester [read more]

Kay Ryan, Loganair’s Chief Commercial Officer
Civil Aviation

Loganair and British Airways enter Teesside codeshare

The new deal means that passengers will be able to connect to the British Airways network from Teesside via London Heathrow without having to book separate flights or recheck luggage. Loganair already operates daily flights between Teesside and London Heathrow and the British Airways “through tickets” will be available to [read more]

Ryanair Boeing 737 8-200
News

Ryanair gets 1st Boeing 737 Max

Irish budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR) has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 Max aircraft, known as the Boeing 737-8200. Ryanair describes the aircraft as a gamechanger and the aircraft is a Boeing 737-Max8 but with a cabin configured to seat 200. The aircraft arrived in Dublin today from Seattle, [read more]

Play's Airbus A321neo being painted (Image: Play/Facebook)
Engineering, Leasing & Finance

Get ready to PLAY as A321neo breaks cover

New Icelandic low-cost carrier PLAY has shown off its colours as its Airbus A321neo gets painted ahead of entry to service. The airline aims to begin flying later this month after obtaining its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) in may. London Stansted is one of the routes that will form part [read more]