Civil Aviation

Loganair cancels Isle of Man to Heathrow service

Leading regional airline Loganair (LM/LOG) has announced it is canceling its Isle of Man to London Heathrow (LHR/EGLL) service from 11th August after the Isle of Man Government failed to agree on essential financial support for the route beyond July. The airline had stepped in following the collapse of Flybe [read more]

London Heathrow
Cargo

Heathrow figures show massive losses

Figures released by the UK’s busiest airport, London Heathrow (LHR/EGLL) show that it has lost £2.9bn since the start of the pandemic in 2020. The airport said that the first half if 2021 saw less than 4 million passengers passed through its terminals, something which would have been achieved in [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]

Heathrow Airport
New Routes

Bamboo Airways secures London slots

Vietnamese carrier Bamboo airways has been granted six weekly slot pairs for London Heathrow by UK slot regulator Airport Coordination Ltd. The airline is expected to launch flights in May between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh to London operating a 50/50 split between the two with 3 flights each per [read more]

JetBlue A220-300 (Image: Airbus/FIXION)
Civil Aviation

JetBlue secures Heathrow slots and 2nd attempt

Low-cost transatlantic travel looks set to arrive at London Heathrow (LHR/EGLL) this summer after it emerged that JetBlue appears to have been successful in obtaining slots on the 2nd time of trying. Information released by Airport Coordination Ltd, the UK slot regulator appears to show 14 weekly slots allocated to [read more]

First A330neo delivery for Uganda Airlines (Airbus/H.GOUSSE)
Civil Aviation

Uganda airlines launching Heathrow route with A330neo

Uganda Airlines (UR/UGD) has announced that it is launching its London Heathrow route as part of its network for its Airbus A330neo fleet. The Entebbe Airport based airline has taken delivery of two Airbus A330-800 aircraft which are currently being operations certification with the airline. In a statement on Twitter, [read more]