Flybe confirmed to the London Stock Exchange at 07.00 today, that it has sold its arrival and departure slots at London Gatwick airport, thus bringing to an end Flybe's 22 year record of providing high-frequency air services from the UK regions to the airport.
London Southend Airport has appointed Hannah Bao as manager executive handling manager looking after all the private flights coming in and out of the airport, moving from sunny Portugal to Essex to take up the post.
Rolls-Royce has won an order from US leasing company CIT Aerospace for Trent XWB engines to power 10 Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and Trent 700 engines to power 13 Airbus A330 aircraft.
Sunderland-based Caspian Learning has helped develop the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Centre's new first-of-kind virtual training simulation, which was unveiled at ITEC in Rome today.
QinetiQ has been awarded a four year contract for the management of the Weapons Science and Technology Centre (WSTC) by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), a trading fund of the MoD which maximises the impact of science and technology
Fearless staff at Bond Offshore Helicopters (Bond) in Aberdeen are preparing for a group skydive this weekend, in order to raise money for five charities with which they each have a personal connection
Bombardier business jet operators in Europe will soon have access to a broader range of superior quality aircraft services through Bombardier's wholly owned Amsterdam Service Centre at Amsterdam-Schiphol
Gama Group, a global business aviation services provider, has announced that Farnborough, UK-based Gama Support Services has been appointed a Beechcraft authorised service centre, to provide maintenance
UK charter operator Hangar8 showed it was fair game when it unveiled a distinct zebra-stripe Bombardier Global Express jet at EBACE, highlighting its developing presence in Africa .
Flybe has today seen the first flight of its 19th route from Manchester Airport take off to Waterford at the start of a new service that offers up to four return flights a week to Ireland's oldest city, with the inaugural flight receiving a
As NATO begins to pull out of Afghanistan, John Worth of IFS Defence looks at the challenges faced by the wider A&D market and how new low-risk approaches to resource planning could be the answer to optimising the supply chain.
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