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Blue Islands to return to Bristol Airport in August

Channel Islands airline Blue Islands is returning to Bristol Airport on August 3. The airline has launched a new brand identity, new routes, new website and a new product offering. Tickets with new … Continue reading “Blue Islands to return to Bristol Airport in August”


British Airways to resume services to more destinations throughout July

British Airways has said that it will resume flying to more destinations across its network throughout July, operating fewer frequencies due to reduced demand amid global quarantine restrictions. By the end of July, … Continue reading “British Airways to resume services to more destinations throughout July”


Emirates to resume services to London Heathrow and Paris

Emirates has said that its A380 aircraft will begin serving travellers on flights to London Heathrow and Paris, starting from July 15. This follows the announcement earlier in the week that Dubai will … Continue reading “Emirates to resume services to London Heathrow and Paris”


Tui to restart flight programme on July 11

Tui, a multinational travel and tourism company headquartered in Germany, has announced that it is to fly to eight destinations when it restarts its flight programme on July 11. The company’s restart has … Continue reading “Tui to restart flight programme on July 11”


easyJet resumes services from Bristol with new bio security measures

easyJet has said that it is resuming flights from 22 airports across Europe for the first time since operations ceased at the end of March following efforts to mitigate the pandemic. The majority … Continue reading “easyJet resumes services from Bristol with new bio security measures”


Gatwick to reopen North Terminal to accommodate more flights

Gatwick has introduced several measures to protect the health and safety of both passengers and staff, as the airport prepares to reopen its North Terminal today, June 15, with several airlines planning to … Continue reading “Gatwick to reopen North Terminal to accommodate more flights”


Loganair resumes passenger flights from Birmingham

Loganair has resumed passenger flights at Birmingham Airport on June 1, after the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown was lifted and the collapse of Flybe, with the re-establishment of non-stop jet services to Aberdeen. The … Continue reading “Loganair resumes passenger flights from Birmingham”


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”


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