A report released today by a cross-party group of backbench MPs has urged the UK government to slash Air Passenger Duty if it wants the economy to flourish after Brexit.
ACI Europe today confirmed that 2018 was a good one for Europe's airports, which saw passenger numbers rise by 6.1% to 2.34 billion.
As part of its Brexit contingency planning for a no-deal scenario, the European Commission yesterday tabled a series of legislative proposals aimed at mitigating the worst impacts of a possible disorderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
The UK and the US have signed a new 'open skies' agreeement that guarantees the continuation of air services between the two countries after Brexit.
An agreement about the nature of air travel between the UK and the EU post-Brexit has yet to be reached. Beata Sperling-Tyler, associate director at S&P Global Ratings, explores the increasing risks for British airports as the countdown to Brexit begins.
Leaving the European Union, so the campaign slogans promised, would hand the United Kingdom control of her borders again, yet as negotiations over the UK’s departure continue, what control means in reality remains hard to pin down, writes John Kendall.
Groupe ADP’s president and CEO, Augustin de Romanet, outlined the airport industry's views on some of the challenges facing Europe’s airports at ACI Europe’s annual regional conference, taking place in Paris this week.
Brexit will inevitably mean higher price holidays in the Euro zone this summer, which will lead to up to a third of Brits looking elsewhere for their annual trip abroad, according to a new survey.