Air Traffic Control system update Statement at 15:15 UK time We have identified and remedied the technical issue affecting our flight planning system this morning. We are now working closely with airlines and airports to manage the flights affected as efficiently as possible. Our engineers will be carefully monitoring the system’s performance as we return to normal operations. The flight planning issue affected the system’s ability to automatically process flight plans, meaning that flight plans had to be processed manually which cannot be done at the same volume, hence the requirement for traffic flow restrictions. Our priority is always to ensure that every flight in the UK remains safe and we are sincerely sorry for the...
Icelandair orders 13 Airbus A321XLR, becoming a new Airbus customer Icelandair, the main Icelandic airline based in Keflavik, has placed a firm order for 13 Airbus A321XLR. The order makes Icelandair a new Airbus customer. The airline is also planning to lease four A321LRs. With its extra long range, the A321XLR will allow Icelandair to seize new market opportunities. The aircraft will also enable the airline to reduce its operating costs, support its sustainability targets and at the same time offer its passengers the best in cabin comfort. ”We are very pleased to announce that we have now finalized the purchase agreement with Airbus. The efficient A321XLR aircraft will further strengthen our business model, increase our flexibility...
Malta International Airport secures its first-ever seat on Airports Council International’s regional board Malta International Airport’s Chief Executive Officer, Alan Borg, has been elected to Airports Council International (ACI) Europe’s regional board, becoming the first Malta International Airport CEO to secure a seat at this table. Mr Borg’s election to the board was announced during ACI’s 34th General Assembly, which was held in Barcelona on the 27th of June. Together with the chief executive officers of Aeroporti di Milano Linate e Malpensa and Aeroporti di Roma, Alan Borg will be representing the airports that fall within the European southern sub-region, which covers 19 markets including Cyprus, Greece, Italy, and Spain. The...
MAG publishes strong annual results for 2022-23 MAG publishes strong annual results for 2022-23 after first full year of restriction-free travel • MAG served 54m passengers, equal to 91% of 2019/20 traffic • The Group recorded revenues of £1bn for the first time in its history • MAG is now focused on delivering investment across its airports • Service levels across MAG’s airports are strong heading into the busy summer season Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is well-placed to enter a period of investment and growth, after it reported a positive set of full-year results. In the period 1 April 2022 – 31 March 2023, the UK’s largest airport group recorded a revenue of £1bn for the first time in its history, as demand returned following...

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