Cambridge Airport is harnessing exceptionally accurate GPS technology to help pilots navigate its runway in the worst of weather.
You’d think that at more than £1,000 a night the least you’d get for your money would be four walls to your hotel bedroom. But not at the opulent Jade Mountain resort on the Caribbean island of St Lucia.
The English may be renowned for “chips with everything”. But chocolate? Well, that’s what two former Cambridgeshire businessmen are dishing up at their newly-opened Boucan restaurant in St Lucia. And if you’re looking for somewhere different to dine out from the Jade Mountain resort, then a 20-minute taxi ride will take you to the most unusual eaterie on the island and perhaps even on the planet.
Cambridge Airport is promoting Cambridge Airport as the airport of choice for niche premier and business short haul airline operations accessing the East of England, ahead of the 2012 London Olympics.
May Gurney Integrated Services plc has acquired TransLinc – a provider of specialist fleet & passenger services to UK local authorities – in a deal worth around £66 million.
The Port of Felixstowe has set a new rail record, handling a total of 11,019 containers (16,846 TEUs) in a single week. The previous record of 10,893 units was achieved in May.
Boeing’s new superjumbo, the 747-8 Freighter, has touched down on UK soil for the very first time at London Stansted.
Stagecoach, which operates the guided busway from Cambridge to St Ives – linking to Huntingdon – is considering extending the rapid transit system further north.
Europe’s largest engineers’ body is demanding government legislation to reverse an increase in the level of carbon emissions created by the aviation sector.
The Port of Felixstowe has handled a consignment of swap bodies that will be used for Tesco's domestic rail business.
Cambridge Airport has boosted its chances of winning major business for next year’s Olympic Games in London through its partnership with Swiss-headquartered ExecuJet.
A pioneering new light aircraft company is primed for global take-off thanks to investment of more than £500,000 from the Martlet fund and high-flying angels in Cambridge and the surrounding area.
Cambridge Airport will be one of just five regional airports in the UK capable of accepting business and passenger services 24/7 during the 2012 London Olympics.
Stansted Airport owner BAA has launched a legal challenge to the Competition Commission’s ruling that it sells the Essex hub.
easyJet, the Luton based low fares airline, has struck a partnership with the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions (NBTC) to jointly market city breaks in Holland to holidaymakers across Europe.
A Nigerian jet on its way to Cambridge Airport for essential maintenance suffered radio failure and two French jets had to be scrambled to escort it into UK airspace.
- Cambridge-Verona flights opened up
- Cambridge Airport turnover approaching £2m
- Rail boost for Cambridge in £185m investment push
- BA flies East Africa emergency supplies from Stansted
- Hedging against fuel costs just the ticket for Uno
- Cambridge Airport hosts Olympics airspace summit
- Horse sense from Cambridge Airport
- easyJet unveils new Southend routes
- easyJet soars on revenue surge
- Writs fly in Stansted air wars
- Sky’s the limit for Hewitsons after airline acquisition
- Middle East boost for ambitious Cambridge Airport
- Robert Marshall takes Cambridge dynasty into fourth generation
- Eurolines to ferry European visitors to London Olympics
- Solicitors help Red7Marine make a splash in renewables
- Suffolk shipping tutors plot new course for business growth
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