A High Court challenge by three airlines against the 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK has been abandoned after the Government announced a lifting of restrictions for travellers from some countries.
The Government’s 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK is “disproportionate” and will have “no material impact whatsoever” on the spread of coronavirus, lawyers for three airlines have told the High Court.
Coronavirus has left a devastating impact on economies across the world as well as on the physical health of millions.
Warnings from the US over coronavirus and its future trading relations with Europe were enough to scare investors and send markets tumbling on Wednesday.
Airline Norwegian has announced it will resume serving UK airports from July 1 due to increased demand.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has urged the Government to bring forward a rescue deal to save thousands of aviation jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic.
British Airways (BA) owner International Airlines Group (IAG) has hit back at “unjustified” criticism it received from MPs last week.
Airline workers in the north-east say they feel "betrayed" after their employer announced proposals for redundancies.
British Airways’ treatment of its workforce during the coronavirus pandemic “is a national disgrace”, MPs claimed.
British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair have launched legal action against the Government’s “flawed” 14-day quarantine policy.
A north-east MP has urged a leading airline to think again over plans to make thousands of workers redundant.
British Airways has begun legal proceedings over what it calls the Government’s “unlawful” quarantine measures, which include 14-days of self-isolation for international arrivals.
British Airways’ parent company is considering taking legal action against the Government’s decision to impose a 14-day quarantine on international arrivals.
British Airways’ owner has confirmed 12,000 job cuts at the airline will still go ahead despite the Government extending its furlough scheme until the end of October.
Love Island star Amy Hart has urged fans to join a union amid economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus crisis.
British Airways must put its plans to make staff redundant “back in the hold”, the chairman of the Transport Select Committee has said.
The head of the owner of British Airways has said the company will need to review its plans to resume flights after the Prime Minister proposed quarantining people flying into the UK.
British Airways and Aer Lingus owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) has revealed the scale of carnage caused to the airline industry due to the coronavirus pandemic.
London’s top index shrugged off a collapse in its European cousins on Monday, as it started off the week with more or less no change.
British Airways’ parent company has signed agreements for one billion euro (£900 million) of loans backed by the Spanish government, but the money cannot be used to help its UK airline which is cutting up to 12,000 jobs.
Unions have vowed to fight plans to cut 12,000 jobs at British Airways amid anger at the “heartless decision”.
British Airways is increasing the frequency of its cargo flights from China to import more supplies for UK healthcare workers.
For many, travelling with hand luggage is the cheapest and easiest option, but the guidelines can be confusing because most airlines have different cabin bag policies.
An airline has apologised to passengers after a flight was delayed due to a lack of equipment.
Passengers jetting out from Aberdeen’s airport would get a better deal with a fair tax system, a thinktank has argued.
Aberdeen International Airport has announced new weekly flights to London will start later this year.
A former star of Strictly Come Dancing showed off his footwork as he visited Aberdeen airport to raise funds for charity.
Former Strictly professional Ian Waite has danced his way through Aberdeen airport's terminal.
A globetrotting dog has racked up more than 330,000 air miles over the past year.
A “perfect storm” is in wait for airline passengers if a major operator doesn’t fill the gap in services at Aberdeen International Airport, it has been claimed.