London Heathrow Airport

DATA SPOTLIGHT: London Heathrow Airport

This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available

Heathrow boss claims third runway will deliver ‘more hub capacity’ than France and Germany, making UK the ‘best connected country in the world’

A record 80.9 million passengers travelled through London’s Heathrow airport in 2019, delivering the ninth consecutive year of growth, despite the capacity-constrained status of the

Norwegian secures access to London Heathrow, but will it actually utilise its three weekly return slots?

European budget carrier Norwegian has openly stated that after years of rapid growth that it is firmly now focused on profitability. A recent network review

British Airways works with Hangar 51 accelerator programme partner to bring AI to its airside operation and boost punctuality and safety

British Airways says customers flying from London Heathrow’s Terminal 5 can expect a faster getaway as the airline employs latest artificial intelligence and wearable tech

Heathrow set for new heights – hub on-track to top 81 million annual passengers buoyed by growing North American traffic and African connectivity

Latest performance metrics from London Heathrow suggest that the UK’s largest hub and still one of the world’s largest international airports, will see growth again

Heathrow’s third runway and other UK aviation infrastructure again under threat, this time obliquely from the environmental lobby

Just when Heathrow Airport thought it had fought off the final challenge to its implementation of a third runway by way of the recent rejection

British Airways outlines new services to support connecting passengers at London Heathrow

British Airways (BA) is working to ease connections for its passengers at London Heathrow through a range of initiatives and services. These include the adoption

British Airways’ flagship London – New York route is worth more than a billion dollars

British Airways (BA) has always worked hard to protect its offering in the London – New York market. For a long time its flights to

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