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Malta International Airport launches Apron X investment with call for tenders
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Malta International Airport launches Apron X investment with call for tenders Malta International Airport Launches Apron X Investment With a Call for Tenders Malta International Airport today officially set the ball rolling in relation to its multi-million investment in a new apron – Apron X – with the publication of a call for tenders for the development of a new aircraft parking area and supporting facilities. Strategically positioned between Apron 8 and Apron 9, Apron X and supporting facilities will be developed over an area covering approximately 100,000 square metres. This...
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Heathrow's response to findings of Judicial Review
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Heathrow's response to findings of Judicial Review A Heathrow Spokesperson said: “This is the right result for the country, which will allow Global Britain to become a reality. Only by expanding the UK’s hub airport can we connect all of Britain to all of the growing markets of the world, helping to create hundreds of thousands of jobs in every nation and region of our country. Demand for aviation will recover from Covid, and the additional capacity at an expanded Heathrow will allow Britain as a sovereign nation to compete for trade and win against our rivals in France and Germany...
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Major Public Transport Operators Welcome Bristol Airport’s Public Transport Interchange Development
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Major Public Transport Operators Welcome Bristol Airport’s Public Transport Interchange Development Bristol Airport has announced plans to bring forward the construction of a new multi-million-pound Public Transport Interchange (PTI) facility. The PTI will deliver substantial improvements for passengers and staff who utilise public transport with increased capacity and new facilities, enhancing their experience at the point they interchange at the airport site. The submission to North Somerset Council, also includes associated development. All of the proposed development is located in...
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Melbourne Airport Welcomes Rail Link Announcement
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Melbourne Airport Welcomes Rail Link Announcement Melbourne Airport welcomes today's announcement by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews on the Melbourne Airport Rail Link. Melbourne Airport Chief Executive, Lyell Strambi said: "An airport rail link for Melbourne is over 50 years in the making. “We are excited that the Commonwealth and Victorian governments have come together to make this project a reality. Of course, this is just the first step and there remains a lot of detail to work through." “Naturally we are disappointed that the Market Led Proposal...
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Bristol Airport announces plans for substantial improvement in public transport & customer experience
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Bristol Airport announces plans for substantial improvement in public transport & customer experience Bristol Airport has announced plans to bring forward the construction of a new multi-million-pound Public Transport Interchange (PTI) facility. The PTI will deliver substantial improvements for passengers and staff who utilise public transport with increased capacity and new facilities, enhancing their experience at the point they interchange at the airport site. The submission to North Somerset Council, also includes associated development. All of the proposed development is located in...
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Landmark bridge links Wythenshawe with Manchester Airport site
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Landmark bridge links Wythenshawe with Manchester Airport site 52 metre, 380 tonne bridge installed linking local people by foot or bicycle to airport £6m bridge delivered as part of Airport City Manchester scheme, which will create 15,000 jobs The installation of the bridge is welcomed by local MP and council Time lapse, drone and aerial footage available alongside imagery – links below A giant foot and cycle bridge linking Wythenshawe to the Manchester Airport campus was installed this weekend. The 380-tonne structure spans the M56 spur airport approach road and its installation marks...
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Time To Modernise LBA
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Time To Modernise LBA Passengers at Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) have suffered a poor experience for too long and it is time to bring it into the 21st century and modernise, say airport bosses. LBA’s plans for a replacement terminal, submitted to Leeds City Council in May, propose the construction of a modern, three floor, 34,000 sq. mt. building on an alternative site within the airport’s boundary. If approved, the new state-of-the-art terminal building, designed by leading architects, would deliver a passenger experience beyond what is achievable in the existing terminal, built in...
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LBA Support Group – Statement on Leeds/Bradford Airport's Planning Application
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LBA Support Group – Statement on Leeds/Bradford Airport's Planning Application The proposed plans for a new terminal for Leeds Bradford Airport make absolute economic sense. The areas surrounding the airport will benefit from the construction of a new terminal at a time when jobs are at significant risk due to the impact of Covid-19, providing an immediate boost to the local economy. LBA serves two of the largest cities in the UK, (Leeds being the UKs 3rd largest city by population) and the majority of the wider Yorkshire region, yet it lags behind in 15th place by passenger throughput...
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Leeds Bradford Airport Submits Proposal For Efficient And Sustainable Replacement Terminal
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Leeds Bradford Airport Submits Proposal For Efficient And Sustainable Replacement Terminal Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) has submitted its planning application to build a new, state-of-the-art replacement terminal to Leeds City Council. The proposal aims to dramatically improve passenger experience, deliver one of the UK’s most environmentally efficient airport buildings, and support the region’s economic prosperity. The plans, first announced in January this year, replace a previously consented scheme and LBA’s existing terminal building with a more efficient and sustainable...
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Rolls-Royce & UK Space Agency launches first study into nuclear power for space exploration
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Rolls-Royce & UK Space Agency launches first study into nuclear power for space exploration Rolls-Royce has signed an innovative contract with the UK Space Agency for a study into future nuclear power options for space exploration. This first contract between both organisations represents an exciting opportunity to define and shape the nuclear power solutions required in space in the decades to come. Rolls-Royce is the only company in the world with a singular focus on creating mechanical, electrical and nuclear power solutions that will be essential in tackling the challenges of the...
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Easyjet posts first ever annual loss...

"easyJet's first ever annual loss - £1.27 billion year ending 30 September 2020. A summary of the main points: 1. Expected to fly just 20% of normal capacity into next year. 2. The airline welcomed news of vaccine as underlying demand for air travel is strong - bookings rose nearly 50% when news of the vaccine was made public last week. 3. The pandemic has put great pressure on easyJet's finances forcing it to take on more debt, ask shareholders for extra cash and sell more aircraft. 4. The airline's CEO believes that in the near future easyJet should not need more than the £3 billion already raised. Unsurprisingly as he is the CEO he is bullish about the current situation."

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The next Jet2 base is...

" I think that today's earlier discussion on the LBA Jet2 thread contained some big hints. Excellent news to see the rumours were true. Mytilene and Kalamata are new to BRS as far as I can remember, and it's great to see Salzburg back as a summer route. For years it's been ski-season only at BRS. It now remains to see how easyJet, Ryanair and TUI react. Addendum It looks as though Salzburg might in fact be a skis season route too.

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Love him or hate him? Farewell Donald Trump

"Yep Joe Biden is President elect though President Trump is challenging the counts is several states i believe and hasn't conceded. With an Irish American Catholic in the White House the so called special relationship will be interesting especially concerning the GFA and an open border on the island of Ireland. World is going to be a different place!"......

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Kanoni Cafe, A planespotters paradise!

"For the most relaxing plane spotting head to the Kanoni Cafe in Kanoni which is the end of the line for the Blue Bus number 2A (I think) from Corfu Town. It is great for watching the approach over the sea and the landing on the single airport runway. I think they have moved the town buses since we were there so not certain where they run from from now (was San Rocco Sq I think) but the fare is only about 1/2€ and is even cheaper if you buy a strip of tickets from a Periptero (kiosk) rather than from the driver. (All info from about 6 years ago) Very atmospheric and cheap too. Went there every evening when we were last there".....


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