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rip wrote on Tarn Spotter's profile.
just seen your comment on the Closure of the Pennine line, when is this planned to happen? I remember they was mention of this several months ago on one of the forums

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Loganair's new London Southend service takes flight from Glasgow
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Loganair's new London Southend service takes flight A new air route between Glasgow and London Southend Airport has been launched by Loganair. The airline has launched three non-stop flights every weekday alongside a selection of weekend services, operated by its fleet of Embraer 145 regional jet aircraft. As well as an early morning ‘red-eye’ service, the schedule has been designed to enable a full working day in London before an evening trip home. Paul White, Glasgow Airport’s Head of Aviation, joined Loganair’s Chief Operations Officer, Maurice Boyle and Bob Grant, Renfrewshire...
Boston route takes off with Delta from Edinburgh
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Boston route takes off with Delta from Edinburgh The inaugural flight between Edinburgh and Boston with Delta Air Lines has taken off as the airline confirms its New York JFK service is to become year-round. The daily flight to Boston Logan International Airport will operate throughout the summer and is the airline’s second route from Edinburgh. It complements the existing New York JFK service and means Delta Air Lines with joint venture partner Virgin Atlantic will offers two nonstop connections between the capital and United States every day this summer. The New York JFK route will...
Heathrow takes bold action to reduce airport-related vehicle emissions
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Heathrow takes bold action to reduce airport-related vehicle emissions Heathrow announces tough new measures to protect local air quality and reduce congestion Heathrow’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone proposes to target older, more polluting passenger cars and private hire vehicles by 2022, before a wider Vehicle Access Charge (VAC) is introduced for all passenger cars, taxis and private hire vehicles entering the airport with the opening of the new runway Charges will help fund new measures to improve sustainable transport modes at the airport and public transport access proposed as part of...
Glasgow Airport reveals design images for new £1.6 million Lomond Lounge
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Glasgow Airport reveals first design images for new £1.6 million Lomond Lounge Glasgow Airport has unveiled the first design images of its exclusive new executive lounge. The Lomond Lounge will be based airside in the departures area and is due to open its doors to outbound passengers later this summer. More than £1.6 million is being invested in the plush new facility, which will create 25 new jobs and operate between 5am and 9pm daily. This will be the fourth lounge facility to be based at Glasgow – the most of any Scottish airport – as the number of people looking to enjoy access to...
Leeds Bradford Airport appoints Hywel Rees as Chief Executive
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Leeds Bradford Airport appoints Hywel Rees as Chief Executive Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) has announced the appointment of Hywel Rees as Chief Executive Effective 20 May Hywel is an experienced executive in the airports and infrastructure sectors, with airport operating experience at leadership team level. He joins LBA from AMP Capital, where he has been a senior member of the asset management team for around five years, with a focus on airports. He was the asset director for Newcastle Airport, which has been an AMP Capital managed asset for more than six years, and in that time has...
Fifth year for ITV screening of "Britain's busiest airport"
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The official Summer take off – ‘Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport’ lands on screens for fifth year running ‘Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport’ returns to ITV for its fifth series giving viewers access all areas, guided by the voice of national treasure Dame Julie Walters Documentary sheds light on the many teams based at Heathrow; from passenger experience managers and airfield operatives to the emergency services and Border Force officers ITV’s long standing documentary brings to life the herculean efforts that go into making the airport the most efficient in the world The first two...
Easter getaways see Manchester Airport's passenger numbers continue to grow
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Easter getaways see Manchester Airport's passenger numbers continue to grow Manchester Airport has seen another month of growth, with an 8% year on year increase in its passenger numbers in April. It sees the annual rolling passenger total reach 28.8 million for the first time ever. The UK’s third largest airport saw nearly 2.4m people fly through its three terminals last month as passengers jetted off over the Easter holidays. The most popular of the airport’s 210 destinations in April were Dublin, Amsterdam, Dubai, Tenerife and Alicante, as passengers enjoyed both sun and city breaks...
Birmingham sees 4.1% growth in passenger numbers
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Birmingham Airport April Passenger figures Birmingham Airport welcomed 1,002,473 passengers through its terminal doors during the month of April, this is up +4.1% up on the same month last year. Scheduled traffic accounted for 87% of the total, with charter passengers making up the remaining 13%. Nick Barton, CEO, of Birmingham Airport said: “It’s great to see passenger figures rising as we warm up for the summer months. We’ve seen an incredible uplift in passengers travelling further afield to more of the tropical destinations we have on offer including India, Cape Verde and Jamaica...
Birmingham Airport gears up for 80th Anniversary Celebrations
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Birmingham Airport gears up for 80th Anniversary Celebrations Birmingham Airport has kick started its year of 80th anniversary celebrations with the launch of a new commemorative logo and a visit from the son of the very first Airport Manager. Leonard Faulkner was the original Airport Manager when it opened back in 1939 on the Elmdon site and was responsible for the day to day running of the airport and the terminal. Leonard’s son, John, now aged 90, and his two daughters were invited by the airport to have a behind the scenes tour of the current airport to celebrate and reminisce the...
First Minister unveils Refill Wales water fountains at Cardiff Airport on National Refill Day
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First Minister unveils Refill Wales water fountains at Cardiff Airport on National Refill Day The First Minister for Wales, Rt Hon Mark Drakeford AM has visited Cardiff Airport today (19 June 2019) to mark National Refill Day, by officially unveiling three brand new tap water Refill Stations. Customers flying from Wales’ national airport can now fill their own reusable containers with high quality tap water at three Refill Stations, supporting the reduction of plastic waste and saving money at the same time. One Refill Station is located in the Departure Lounge, ideal for customers who...
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rip wrote on Tarn Spotter's profile.
just seen your comment on the Closure of the Pennine line, when is this planned to happen? I remember they was mention of this several months ago on one of the forums
Nearly half a year until Christmas folks :)
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