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NEWS Tuesday, 14 June 2011 |

Heathrow chief of operations becomes latest to quit BAA

 

Nick Cullen, chief operating officer at Heathrow Airport, has resigned from the company after less than 18 months in the role.

NEWS Thursday, 14 April 2011 |

Heathrow enjoys its most 'punctual' day


Picture courtesy of British Airways.

Heathrow Airport had its best ever day for punctual departures last month, when 94% of all flights departed on time on Tuesday, March 22.

NEWS Wednesday, 13 April 2011 |

Gatwick chairman highlights IT challenges

 

Sir David Rowlands, chairman of Gatwick Airport, yesterday highlighted the work that that airport’s IT team has been doing to improve systems that he said was “IT spaghetti” at the time of the GIP takeover from BAA. He was speaking at the Aviation ICT Forum in London, writes Lucy Siebert.

NEWS Monday, 11 April 2011 |

Mixed traffic results for London airports



BAA's London airports enjoyed mixed results in March, passenger traffic at Heathrow rising by 2.3% while throughput at Stansted dipped 7.4% on the same month a year ago.

NEWS Wednesday, 30 March 2011 |

Gatwick welcomes break up of BAA

 

Gatwick has welcomed the move by the Competition Commission to uphold its decision that BAA should sell a further two airports.

A good cause

Robin Stone learns more about the caring side of airports through the charities they support.

NEWS Monday, 21 March 2011 |

Heathrow to outsource IT services



Heathrow is to outsource its IT services to Capgemini after signing a landmark five-year contract with the Paris-based company worth €115 million.

NEWS Tuesday, 22 February 2011 |

BAA announces €376 million loss

UK airport operator, BAA, has revealed the true cost of a year impacted by industrial action by British Airways cabin crew, snow delays and volcanic ash – an annual loss of €376 million.

NEWS Tuesday, 14 December 2010 |

BAA calls on UK government to cut aviation tax

BAA is calling on the UK government to cut aviation tax after the Irish finance minister announced a 70% reduction to the country's air passenger duty (APD) in a bid to support tourism.

NEWS Friday, 03 December 2010 |

BAA winning 'Big Freeze' battle



UK airport operator, BAA, appears to be winning the battle against Britain's 'Big Freeze' WHERE `id` = this morning announcing that with the exception of Southamption, all its airports are open for business.

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