Regulatory

Trump laptop ban “could change business flying permanently”

A broadening of the laptop ban on flights to the US from other European countries “will have a...

CAA approves Gatwick’s Route 4

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has approved Gatwick airport’s Route 4- a westerly runway departure route that flies...

FAA begins environmental impact study for new runway

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has begun an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a new parallel runway and...

ICO warns firms to respect customers’ data as it fines Flybe

An investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) found Exeter-based airline Flybe deliberately sent more than 3.3 million...

Glasgow continues disruptive behaviour initiative

Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Justice Michael Matheson visited Glasgow Airport to help launch this year’s Campus Watch drive...

New disability champion for airport sector

Michael Connolly has been appointed as one of eleven Sector Champions who will drive forward the UK Government’s...

Travel to US suffers post-ban slump says analyst

President Donald Trump’s ban on nationals from seven countries entering the US appears to be deterring travellers from...

IATA says travel ban “confused” airlines

President Trump’s Executive Order banning entry into the US by citizens of certain countries caused confusion and placed...

CAA sets out priorities for third runway

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has set out its priorities for developing the regulatory framework for the...

Prestwick losses “less than budgeted figure”

Glasgow Prestwick Airport recorded a loss of more than £9m last year, according to its annual report. The...