Air Travel


easyJet to restart flying from June 15 with new bio-security measures

easyJet has said that it will resume some flights on June 15. UK-based Services will be operating from London Gatwick, Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Belfast, and Isle of Man in … Continue reading “easyJet to restart flying from June 15 with new bio-security measures”


Ryanair to restore 40% of scheduled flights starting July

Ryanair, the Irish low cost airline, has said that it plans to return to 40 percent of normal flight schedules from Wednesday, July 1, 2020, subject to Government restrictions on intra-EU flights being … Continue reading “Ryanair to restore 40% of scheduled flights starting July”


London Stansted asks passengers to wear face coverings

London Stansted is urging passengers travelling through London Stansted to cover their faces and wear gloves. The airport’s owner, Manchester Airports Group (MAG), has issued the new guidance and is trialling the measures … Continue reading “London Stansted asks passengers to wear face coverings”


Wizz Air flights resume partial services from London Luton

Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has resumed a portion of its flights from London’s Luton airport today, reports said online. While the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office continue to advise against all non-essential … Continue reading “Wizz Air flights resume partial services from London Luton”


Things To Do After A Flight Is Delayed Or Cancelled

It does not matter if you fly for leisure or work. You want to get to the destination on time. Unfortunately, this does not happen because of airport construction, security issues, severe weather, … Continue reading “Things To Do After A Flight Is Delayed Or Cancelled”


Aviation industry looks into future travel arrangements

‘de-densification’ and ‘neutralisation’ are now the catchphrases as the aviation industry looks into future travel once permitted to restart from the current grounding of passenger aircraft. According to a report in The Independent, … Continue reading “Aviation industry looks into future travel arrangements”


London Stansted opens coronavirus testing centre for frontline NHS workers

London Stansted has announced the opening of a drive-in coronavirus testing centre at the airport as part of the Government’s UK-wide drive to increase testing for NHS workers. The facility is part of … Continue reading “London Stansted opens coronavirus testing centre for frontline NHS workers”


Philippine Airlines announces cancellation of special PAL flight to/from London

Further to its announcement on April 1, Philippine Airlines has said that it has been compelled to cancel the one-off flight to/from London Heathrow that was planned for April 4. ‘We are presently … Continue reading “Philippine Airlines announces cancellation of special PAL flight to/from London”


Philippine Airlines announces special Manila – London flight to return stranded Brits

Philippine Airlines will operate a single round trip flight between Manila and London Heathrow on April 4 in response to an urgent public need amid the COVID-19 quarantine situation. ‘Despite the ongoing pause … Continue reading “Philippine Airlines announces special Manila – London flight to return stranded Brits”


Ryanair to operate minimum flights from Dublin and UK to serve emergency needs

As the health and safety concerns due to the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 continue, Ryanair has announced that it will operate minimum services from the UK and Ireland to meet emergency needs in … Continue reading “Ryanair to operate minimum flights from Dublin and UK to serve emergency needs”


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