London City Airport
The Isle of Man – located in the Irish Sea between England and Northern Ireland – is set to be linked by Loganair to London’s City and Heathrow Airports from this April and May, respectively.
Martin Draper plans to support the hubs with growth and sustainability as the aviation sector begins its recovery from the pandemic
Alongside the introduction of stringent Covid-19 safety regulations, the airport also plans to expand its testing facility
The service has begun operating twice-weekly flights with plans to add more once demand increases
We speak to Liam McKay, their director of corporate affairs, about the challenges facing the airport this summer – and what can be done to help the aviation sector
London City Airport has become the first major international airport in the world to be fully controlled by a remote digital air traffic control tower
Following extensive testing, the new facility is set to control all air traffic scheduled this summer