UK

UK’s aviation industry pleads for help

In a letter to the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Britain’s airlines, airports and aviation manufacturers asked for immediate financial support....


UK government to aid airports due to tightened COVID-19 rules

Due to recently tightened COVID-19 rules, the UK government announced that it would aid airports. Other European airports have already received similar support....


UK puts breaks on travel corridor with UAE

The United Arab Emirates was removed from the United Kingdom's travel corridor list, following the increase of new COVID-19 cases. ...


£550M contract signed to develop missile for UK’s F-35

On January 6, 2020, the United Kingdom announced a £500 million contract for the provision of air-to-ground attack missiles to be carried by F-35 fighter jets....


Post-Brexit aftermath: travel chaos and stranded Britons

As Britain officially leaves the European Union bloc and the UK citizens become third-country nationals, confusion rises in the airports around Europe....


How aviation industry is preparing for Brexit

The aviation industry is subject to change as the new Brexit trading rules come into force on January 1, 2021. ...


Brussels Airlines to resume UK flights

After the suspension of flights due to the new COVID-19 mutation, Brussels Airlines will restart operations to the UK....


Airbus Boeing tariff wars: UK to skip the conflict?

Amid the ongoing tariff war, the UK announced plans to stop imposing tariffs on Boeing aircraft after Brexit....


Flights only for the vaccinated? Most Britons agree

According to a Sky News poll, 54% of Britons agree that air travel should be limited to the vaccinated passengers. ...


UK’s quarantine rules will not apply to business travelers

The UK government announced that international business travelers were crucial to the country's economy and would be exempt from the obligatory self-quarantine. ...