COVID-19

New survey reveals potential summer rebound for UK holidaymakers

Results suggest that passengers would be happy to adapt to a post COVID-19 world, with regular testing and proof of vaccinations

Passenger numbers at BER slump to new low

Due to lockdown measures, less than 150,000 customers passed through the airport last month

Northern airport bosses urge government to provide support

Six airports in the North of England have written a letter to Boris Johnson outlining potential recovery initiatives

Pre-departure testing trial implemented at Edinburgh Airport

The pilot scheme only requires a saliva sample for the test, creating a more positive testing experience

Gatwick Airport reports £465m annual loss in 2020

The UK government’s plans to reopen air travel has provided hope for recovery in summer 2021

Heathrow begins preparing for the reopening of air travel

The CEO of Heathrow believes that this week’s budget must support the industry’s recovery if it is to stay afloat

Aviation industry responds to Boris Johnson’s roadmap

The new plans have been cautiously welcomed across the sector, but calls for more support are still being made

S&P predicts passenger traffic is likely to stall this year

Travellers are again losing confidence in air travel despite the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine

Holland-Kaye: new restrictions are “essentially a border closure”

Introducing further measures has damaged the airport’s passenger numbers and reduced cargo flights

Swedavia reports historic pandemic-induced losses

Despite financial shortfalls, the company has continued with its climate change initiatives