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LHR reports Omicron-hit December

COVID-19 continues to pose significant challenges for the travel industry, with Heathrow welcoming only 19.4 million passengers in 2021, below even 2020 levels

RAF receives final Poseidon MRA1

Boeing has handed over the ninth and final Royal Air Force P-8A Poseidon MRA1, which was then delivered from Seattle, Washington, to RAF Lossiemouth, Moray, where it arrived early on the morning of January 11

Brazil acquires two additional RQ-900 UAVs

The Brazilian Air Force is set to grow its fleet of RQ-900 (Hermes 900) MALE UAVs by two aircraft, following the signing of an acquisition contract with AEL Sistemas – a Brazil-based subsidiary of Elbit Systems

USMC AH-1Z damaged after mishap in New Jersey

A USMC-operated Bell AH-1Z Viper has sustained substantial damage after it crashed in a field following a mishap near Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Wrightstown, New Jersey, on January 6

Netherlands to receive MQ-9A Reaper in February

The Royal Netherlands Air Force is due to receive four MQ-9A Block 5 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles from US manufacturer General Atomics next month

Menzies appoints SVP digital & innovation

Aviation logistics specialist Menzies Aviation has named Filip Nekvinda senior vice president of digital & innovation, a newly created role

London Oxford upgrades fire and rescue

London Oxford, the UK’s fifth busiest business aviation airport, has upgraded its Rescue and Fire Fighting Services (RFFS) to Category 6 (full time)

Denver promotes Albo

Denver International Airport has promoted Andrea Albo to deputy chief of staff, effective January 10

ANRA Technologies Lands in the European Union

With the establishment of a public limited-liability company in Estonia, ANRA expands its world-class U-space offerings to the European market.

ANSL to provide simulator training to Marshall Aerospace ATCOs

ANSL has agreed a contract with Marshall Aerospace to provide a comprehensive ATM support package for ATCOs at Cambridge City Airport