Demand for business travel candidates remains at “historically high levels”, according to the latest update from travel recruitment specialist C&M Travel Recruitment.
Virgin Atlantic removes need for staff members to wear gendered clothing
Post-Brexit border checks have slowed the speed at which Eurostar passengers pass through London St Pancras on their way to Paris, reducing the terminal’s capacity by one-third, according to the cross-Channel rail company’s boss.
Luton Borough Council, whose company Luton Rising owns the airport, approved the growth plans in December.
EasyJet is to stop offsetting carbon emissions by its planes as it unveiled a “roadmap to net zero” emissions by 2050 including introducing hydrogen-powered jet engines.
Doncaster Sheffield Airport is closing with the loss of up to 800 jobs: Flights will wind down from October 31 due to 'high operating costs'
Qantas will start serving vegetarian meals on all domestic flights again after a backlash from travellers.
Responsibility for aviation in the Department for Transport has been handed to former roads minister Baroness Charlotte Vere of Norbiton. The aviation brief together with maritime had been held by Robert Courts, who yesterday announced he was leaving the role to return to the backbenches. Baroness Vere, who has been at the DfT since 2019, announced on Twitter that she was changing ministerial portfolio to cover aviation and local transport, adding: “Let the hard work begin.” She added: “I am delighted to be re-appointed as a m minister in DfT. Transport is a key enabler of economic growth and I look forward to delivering existing commitments and working on new opportunities.” It remains unclear who within the transport department will be given the maritime brief.
Business travel is, in its very nature, dynamic and changeable. COVID-19 was a dramatic demonstration of just how quickly things can go wrong
Air France is to introduce five new routes from its main Paris Charles de Gaulle hub for the winter season as its seasonal capacity returns “close to” pre-Covid levels.