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London Gatwick’s growing optimism

The green shoots of recovery are starting to appear at London/Gatwick as the West Sussex airport recorded a reduction in its annual losses while it sets its sights on a strong summer ahead.

IATA: Passenger numbers to recover in 2024

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects overall traveller numbers to reach 4 billion in 2024, exceeding pre-COVID-19 levels

Skyguide’s 2021 results heavily impacted by the pandemic

The Corona pandemic again weighed heavily on the Swiss aviation industry in 2021

Airports sector welcomes travel recommendations

Trade bodies representing the aviation sector have responded positively to the latest pandemic-end travel recommendations

Spanish charge decision welcome, says IATA

IATA has welcomed the Spanish government’s rejection of operator AENA’s proposal to recoup COVID-19 losses by raising airport charges

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Heading 'Down Under' to Broome Airport

While Broome International Airport is often viewed as the gateway to a tropical retreat, it also plays a critical role serving the local community and industry. Chris Frame chats with the site’s CEO, Paul McSweeney, about the airport’s latest struggles and successes.

IATA welcomes ICAO HML

IATA has welcomed the creation by ICAO of a global directory of public keys required for authentication of health credentials

How airlines’ Covid struggles are helping private jet operators

While the airline industry continues to be heavily impacted by Covid-19, private aviation appears to have been largely immune to the pandemic by comparison. Thomas Haynes spoke with Ian Moore, VistaJet’s chief commercial officer, to find out more

Research shows Covid restrictions failed

New research has shown that EU travel restrictions had little or no impact on the spread of Omicron, prompting calls for their removal

Hong Kong relief extended

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has extended its relief package by two months, to March 31