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Proposed EU rules on the working hours and conditions for pilots and cabin crew must be improved or safety could be at risk, says the Transport Committee in a report examining draft proposals from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to change the rules that govern how many hours a pilot can fly

A new paper launched today, Heathrow Garden City, proposes a re-invention of the pioneering Garden City concept on the Heathrow airport site, twice the size of the Olympic Park

Airports operator BAA has received the go ahead from the government to lobby for a new runway at Heathrow Airport

 

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Fundamental reform of ATOL – the consumer protection scheme for holidaymakers – is needed, according to a report published today by the Transport Select Committee

 

Technology will play an increasingly important role in the airport security sector.Innovations have been adopted in recent years in order to make travelling by air safer as a result of growing concerns about the threat of criminal and terrorist attacks

 

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called upon governments to work together and with the aviation industry to maximize aviation’s ability to sustainably drive global economic development and job creation

 

The UK risks becoming “a branch-line destination”, finding it increasingly hard to compete in global export markets, without a clear aviation strategy which deals with short, medium and longer-term needs, the CBI warns today

 

A new consultation exercise has been launched by British Airways (BA) in order to complete the integration of bmi mainline into its Heathrow operations

 

8.6m passengers travelled through BAA’s airports in March, a rise of 4.0% on the previous year. This increase was helped by Easter being earlier this year, with a substantial proportion of pre-Easter traffic falling in March rather than in April last year

 

Minister for Universities and Science David Willetts will today sign an agreement with the Japanese Economy Minister Motohisa Furukawa for greater collaboration on space research and technology, alongside identifying potential commercial opportunities.

 

The global aviation industry has substantially reduced carbon dioxide emissions in recent years

 

Some of the UK's leading airlines are concerned that the huge influx of people entering Britain for the Olympic Games this summer may result in large-scale disruptions and delays

 

Airports in the UK witnessed a 2.5 per cent increase in passenger traffic year-on-year during February 2012

 

Seven leading European aviation companies have written to political leaders complaining about a recently introduced EU carbon tax

 

WWF and the Aviation Environment Federation (AEF) today questioned the calls by BAA and others for increased capacity at London Heathrow

 

Today’s surging Air Passenger Duty revenue statistics are the latest reason to freeze APD rates, according to the Director General of the IoD, Simon Walker

 

A decision to invest in x-ray screening technology by one mail and logistics business is expected to substantially reduce air freight times

 

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has demanded that Airbus carry out further checks on its Airbus A380 aircraft

 

Up to six million extra holidays each year will be fully protected against the failure of a travel company after Aviation Minister Theresa Villiers confirmed measures to strengthen and modernise the ATOL holiday protection scheme today

 

An attempt by airports operator BAA to appeal against a decision to force it to sell Stansted Airport has failed

 

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