Aviation Minister, Robert Goodwill, has officially opened Stansted Airport’s new and improved 22 lane security search area – the first phase of Stansted’s £80 million project to transform the iconic terminal building and improve the passenger experience.
Norfolk’s flagship aircraft maintenance company, KLM UK Engineering, has taken on 13 apprentices in earn-while-you-learn roles.
Qatar Airways will become the latest major airline to join Stansted Airport’s global cargo network when it begins a new service from Doha in May.
Cambridge International Airport is playing host to The UK’s 10th Business and General Aviation Day (BGAD) in September.
Stansted Airport saw almost 1.6 million passengers pass through the terminal in January 2014 – an increase of 7.2 per cent over the same month last year.
A high speed rail link serving the London-Stansted-Cambridge technology corridor, more rail services into Europe’s innovation capital and backing for continued expansion at Stansted Airport were demanded in a Westminster debate that highlighted how Cambridge’s growth could boost the UK economy.
Shares in Luton based low fares airline easyJet started to go into a tailspin on early trading as the company reported widening losses.
The Cambridge UK technology cluster has been officially plumbed into an unprecedented global network of trade hotspots by the launch of the new Etihad Regional airline brand.
UK airport regulator CAA has lit the touchpaper to a fresh phase of growth at Stansted Airport by freeing the Essex hub from restrictive price controls.
An aircraft dismantling and recycling facility launched in Norwich has created an aviation industry service unique in the UK.
Atlantic Airways, the Faroe Island based airline, has decided to move its UK flight operations back to Stansted and will launch new direct services on June 5, 2014.
Cambridge Airport will play a key role in Etihad Airways’ new regional operation after the UAE national carrier acquired a 33.3 per cent stake stake in Swiss carrier Darwin Airline, which operates four routes from Cambridge.
Corporate executives in the UK are soaring clear of diary logjams and opening up fresh frontiers for business through a jet-card scheme operating out of Luton Airport.
It was exactly 80 years ago that James Hilton wrote Lost Horizon about a fictional utopian lamasery that he called Shangri-La – an idyll of tranquility in which protagonists could live 300 years without signs of ageing, only to wrinkle and shrink once they left the happy valley.
Executives in the Cambridge UK technology cluster have been handed a passport to business on both coasts of the United States through new flights from Cambridge Airport,
London, Luton, Leicester and Leeds are now linked for electric vehicles (EV) after green energy company Ecotricity and EV market pioneer Nissan installed new fast-chargers all along the M1 motorway.
- Magic ‘Carpat’ ride to Moldova
- Cambridge Airport newcomer targets US and Middle East
- CAA decision to unleash aircraft innovation
- Thomas Cook scales up at Stansted
- Transport systems Catapult centre for Milton Keynes
- Russian cargo flights launched at Stansted
- Cambridge firm takes the heat for The Three Degrees
- 4-runway option for Stansted on growth agenda
- £80m Stansted expansion backed by Government
- Cambridge Airport confirms European expansion
- Cambridge Airport launches four new European routes
- Cambridge Airport sees Jersey bookings soar
- Helicopter firm’s £300k investment
- Security revamp in £230m Stansted growth plan
- Marshall Aerospace buys Oxford aircraft firm
- More weight added to Stansted freight proposition
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