Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to consider booking a holiday at home amid a growing row over the UK Government's "shambolic" handling of plans to ease quarantine rules for air travellers.
The boss of Aberdeen International Airport has called on the Scottish Government to back plans for air bridges between the UK and European destinations.
More than 300 Menzies Aviation workers at Glasgow and Edinburgh airports face redundancy.
Up to 124,000 jobs in the aviation industry could be lost unless the Government offers help to stem the flow of cuts, a new report warns.
France’s government is pumping 15 billion euro (£13.3 billion) into the pandemic-battered aerospace industry, including plane manufacturer Airbus and national airline Air France.
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Home Secretary Priti Patel has defended plans to require most people arriving in the UK to quarantine for 14 days, saying they were “essential” to save lives.
Aerospace giant Rolls-Royce plans to cut at least 9,000 jobs amid the continuing coronavirus crisis, with UK factories set to be hardest hit.
Bailout packages for aviation companies should be conditional on them having a clear plan for tackling climate change, it has been suggested.
The BBC has announced a plane-spotting show – pledging it is not just for “aviation geeks”.
The world’s longest commercial flight will be launched in October, Singapore Airlines has announced.
Pupils have become the first to sit in the cockpit of restored aircraft at a North-east aviation centre.
A UK start-up is aiming to “transform city transportation from the air” with a drone that is expected to perform test flights with passengers as early as next year.
Drones that collide with planes cause more damage than birds of the same size because of their solid motors, batteries and other parts, a study has found.
A drone has collided with a commercial aircraft as it was approaching to land at Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City.
Passengers leaving Dubai Airport will be subjected to hi-tech facial recognition security hidden inside virtual aquariums.
The world’s largest aircraft has moved a step closer to taking to the skies after successfully firing its six engines for the first time.