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With confirmation of a HS2 review, what could that mean for future domestic UK flights and Heathrow’s proposed third runway?

The UK’s new transport secretary Grant Shapps has – as had been anticipated – announced the launch of an independent review of the proposed HS2

Airport Insight: Birmingham Airport

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

African and Indian airlines look beyond London Heathrow as they take fresh UK airport approach

Both Ethiopian Airlines and India’s Jet Airways have indicated, in the last week, that they are considering additional services to and from the UK. Influencing

Primera Air tweaks trans-Atlantic network as it prepares for low cost long haul debut

Primera Air has confirmed plans to expand its new low cost long haul trans-Atlantic operation to a fourth North American destination, but poor initial sales

Major UK regional airports gain summer 2018 routes as the airline balance starts to shift in their favour

The reallocation of airline operating slots at airports following the collapse of Monarch Airlines reveals not only the variety of airlines that seek to take

Monarch administrator wins appeal to retain London slots; Birmingham and Manchester slots already reallocated

The UK Court of Appeal has overruled a previous decision to return the slots of collapsed carrier Monarch Airlines to slot coordinator ACL for reallocation

Primera Air adds Toronto to its transatlantic network after Canadian licence award

Scandinavian carrier Primera Air has confirmed the expected expansion of its long haul operation from the UK and France with the addition of flights to

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