easyJet will begin flying on the longer routes of Marrakech and Sharm el Sheikh as well as the Bulgarian cpital, Sofia, as part of its new 2013 route launches from Stansted Airport.
Stansted Airport will this week begin trialling a new security body scanner as part of the airport’s drive to enhance security procedures and improve passenger service.
Planes that ‘talk’ to each other through a computer database in the sky could negotiate their own air space – countering a potential nightmare for air traffic controllers across Europe.
Turkey’s best-known low-cost carrier, Pegasus Airlines, has opened up Dubai via Stansted Airport with a new service launching on October 18. The launch of its 58th destination continues the airline’s expansion of its international flight network.
Cambridge technology consultancy Plextek has joined a new automotive consortium designed to persuade more OEMs to adopt UK innovation.
Stansted Airport owner BAA has bowed to the inevitable and decided to sell the Essex hub rather than pursue its earlier intention to take the fight to the Supreme Court.
Passenger numbers through Stansted Airport in July fell 5.3 per cent year-on-year, owner BAA has disclosed.
A collector is set to experience their own finest hour when Sir Winston Churchill’s Land Rover goes under the hammer with auctioneering business Cheffins at its October sale in Cambridge UK.
Heavy freight bound for the oil & gas industry in Azerbaijan will be shipped through Stansted Airport via a deal involving the Essex hub’s newest cargo operator.
BAA is set to mount one last challenge to the Competition Commission’s order to sell Stansted Airport.
Stansted Airport has welcomed its first ever passenger flight from China with the touchdown of a specially chartered China Southern Airlines A330
A last minute surge of world leaders, government officials, VIPs and celebrities arriving for the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games helped set a 24-hour traffic record at Stansted Airport.
It was the perfect backdrop for a Spider-Man movie: 1am in mid-town Manhattan and a blistering heatwave gripped the Big Apple, turning its streets into a sauna. The city that never sleeps couldn’t, even if it wanted to.
When offered a trip to a “business hotel” in Croatia’s most northerly region, famed for its lush scenery alongside its white truffles and olive oil, the first response from your correspondence was a bemused, “eh?” Croatia on a map looks like a lower-case ‘r’ falling over.
Businesses in the Cambridge technology cluster are to benefit from improved rail networks as part of a £9.4 billion upgrade programme unveiled today by the Government.
Freight industry software specialist Fargo Systems, based in Suffolk UK, launched a new app at Multimodal 2012 – the fifth annual multimodal event devoted to the UK and Irish freight transport and logistics industries.
- Stansted fights ‘sell’ order in Court of Appeal
- Marshall snaps up fourth Jaguar business
- Japanese get masterclass from Stansted
- Felixstowe rail terminal on track
- Cambridge Airport uncorks Burgundy vintage
- New transatlantic service from Port of Felixstowe
- Southend opens up Ireland-US flights
- Jet firm creates 40 Cambridge jobs
- 300 jobs in airport extension plan
- UK finds express ‘runner’ for Olympics
- Ryanair launches Stansted-Budapest service as Malev closes
- Adria Airways launches Luton to Slovenia service
- Cambridge Airport launches Jersey flights
- BAA ponders fresh Stansted battle
- Aero Club to take over GA movements at Cambridge Airport
- Time doesn’t fly at Stansted
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