Loganair Embraer 145 G-SAJC
Civil Aviation

Domestic APD cut, but not until 2023

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a cut to Air Passenger Duty (APD) for domestic flights in todays budget. The move means that passengers using domestic airlines such as Loganair will no longer be penalised by paying APD in both directions putting them on par with airlines flying to Europe. Mr Sunak [read more]

Easyjet Terminal Scene
Civil Aviation

Domestic Air Passenger Duty to be reviewed

Air Passenger Duty for domestic flights is to be reviewed under plans by the UK Government. Air Passenger Duty or APD, is charged on all outbound flights from UK airports which means that on a domestic flight, you will pay APD in both directions as opposed to a flight to [read more]

A Flybe Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 (Image: TransportMedia UK)

Flybe reaches deal to avoid collapse

Regional airline Flybe (BE/EEE) has reached a deal with its principal investors Virgin Atlantic, Stobart Group and Cyrus Capital, to inject more money into the struggling airline to avoid its collapse this week. The deal was reached with the help of the UK Government who have agreed, as a matter [read more]