In light of recent calls for new suggestions of improving drone safety in British airspace, UK drone training academy UAVAir is stressing the importance of gaining a CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) approved drone licence.
With sustainable solutions in mind, a new study published by eminent physicist Professor Jo Hermans in MRS Energy and Sustainability-A Review Journal (MRS E&S) looks at the energy efficiency of current modes of
As the Government consultation on the safe use of drones in the UK continues, Drone Assist, a new app to help drone pilots comply with UK rules that was launched by NATS just 10 weeks ago, has seen over 10,000 registered users sign up.
The last Concorde ever to fly has safely completed her journey to Aerospace Bristol, a new £19 million museum in Filton, to the north of Bristol, opening this summer.
Ian King, Chief Executive, BAE Systems plc, has today informed the BAE Systems' Board that he will retire on 30 June 2017 and the Board has subsequently confirmed that Charles Woodburn, currently Chief Operating Officer, will be
Combined efforts by teachers, industry, engineering organisations and the Government to change the perception of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), are starting to bear fruit as 51% of parents surveyed by YouGov
Newtownards advanced engineering firm CCP Gransden (an ADS Member), have announced the appointment of Dr Scott King as Strategic Partnership Manager.
Zoom Air, India's newest airline, has launched its CRJ200 regional jet service (with aircraft acquired from a third party), to join Bombardier's family of more than 100 CRJ Series aircraft owners and operators.
Rolls-Royce has won an order from Hawaiian Airlines for Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines to power an additional Airbus A330 aircraft, supported by Rolls-Royce's engine service support, TotalCare.
Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, has announced the appointment of Ross Barnett (above) as Cargo Manager in the UK.
Saudia has announced a twice weekly service from Manchester Airport to Riyadh.
The Minister for Aviation, Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon, visited Jet2.com earlier this month to learn more about the company's growth plans and commitment to recruiting and developing people, including a tour of its multi-million pound training
Companies operating at Belfast International Airport (BIA) are taking part in a major Job Fair in west Belfast as they seek to fill 100 vacancies.
A busy January for Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) helped take passenger numbers for the month to over 320,000 – an increase of 5% compared to January 2016 and the Airport's 24th consecutive month of passenger growth.
As part of Jet2.com's ongoing commitment to developing the customer experience and its operations at East Midlands Airport, it has announced further investment and job creation at the base.
G4S has won a five-year contract to provide security services at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Canada.
Wireless solutions, power supplies and electronics assemblies supplier Stadium Group, has announced the appointment of Göran Sandström to the dual roles of Single Board Computing (SBC) Product Director and Wireless Sales Director, with
The Pakistan Government has placed orders for an undisclosed number of additional AgustaWestland AW139 intermediate twin engine helicopters.
Manchester Airport chief executive Ken O'Toole, has today unveiled the next phase of Manchester Airport's £1 billion Transformation Programme.
Engineering company JJ Churchill has set itself a target to double its turnover by 2022, thanks in large part to the Sharing in Growth (SiG) programme.
Following a 30% growth in 2016, MasterMover GmbH, the German division of UK electric tug specialist MasterMover, is recruiting a number of technical sales engineers.
European airport trade association, ACI EUROPE, today released its traffic report for December, Q4, H2 and Full Year 2016.
Provider of global trade and supply chain management software, AEB, has today announced the release of a free online guide to help executives understand the business relevance of export controls.
Air India has become the latest A320neo operator after taking delivery of the first of 14 aircraft leased from Kuwait headquartered ALAFCO Aviation Lease And Finance Company, becoming the first CFM powered NEO operator in India.
Cabot Aviation, a division of Air Partner plc and a leading aircraft remarketing agent, will be renamed Air Partner with immediate effect.
The application process for 8.33 kHz radio grants has now been launched by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
Edinburgh Airport has today welcomed the latest passenger figures showing that January 2017 saw 781,753 passengers passing through the airport.
Low cost carrier Monarch, a leading low cost airline and holiday company, today announces four new routes to its network for summer 2017 from Birmingham Airport.
Direct Tool Company are thrilled to announce their new starter Nick Piper. Nick's impressive industry experience is expected to push DTC in their pursuit to penetrate deeper into the EMEA finishing
EasyJet and Founders Factory have announced the first two travel startups selected for their Travel Tech accelerator programme.
Air Partner recently came to the rescue of orchestra travel management company Luxreisen, when a snow storm in New York led to the cancellation of German orchestra Bamberg Symphony's scheduled flight to
For this year's Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, AIM Altitude will show how it takes complex design visions from concept through to certified reality, while maintaining design integrity and brand identity.
Oracle Team USA have unveiled their new yacht developed in collaboration with Airbus that will race the America's Cup, in Bermuda, in June 2017.
Glasgow Airport is celebrating a record start to the year after welcoming 597,594 passengers through its doors in January, representing an annual increase of 8.4%.
Aerospace surface coating supplier, Pexa, are presenting their product range at Aero India 2017 alongside their supply partner Socomore.
Nasmyth Group is celebrating as it accepted delivery in the UK of its one millionth precision machined component manufactured in India.
Cranfield University will meet with the Indian Government, industry leaders, business partners, prospective students and alumni at Aero India this week.
As the world's aerospace and defence industries gathered in Bangalore for Aero India 2017 exhibition and air show, Nasmyth Group, a global engineering solution provider to the aerospace and allied sectors, celebrated the incorporation of its new
Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin is heading up the UK delegation at trade show Aero India, as UK and India focus on partnership, investment and technology.
Rolls-Royce has won a $1.7bn order from Singapore Airlines for Trent 1000 engines to power 19 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
BOXARR has announced the appointment of Sir Colin Terry KBE CB DL FREng as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Edinburgh Airport has been ranked as the 'Top Buzz score improver' for the airport sector, in YouGov's annual BrandIndex rankings.
The New Year is off to a strong start for Wales' national airport, with the announcement of 10% passenger growth for the month of January vs the same month in 2016.
Siemens has further strengthened its senior leadership team with the appointment of Gary Carroll to the position of Head of Aerospace, UK & Ireland.
A quarter of a million more passengers used Manchester Airport in January 2017 than in January 2016, as the Northern gateway continued to experience record breaking growth through the winter season.
British Airways is to start flying from Birmingham and Bristol airports again with the launch of four new summer-only routes to popular European sunspots.
The first Ryanair flight to Malaga took off from Aberdeen International Airport yesterday morning, marking the start of a new year-round, twice-weekly route to the popular Spanish hotspot from Aberdeen, with a second
Birmingham Airport has entered another year drawing in record breaking monthly passenger figures with January being the busiest start to the year on record for the airport.
NATS has selected the R&S VCS-4G IP-based voice communications system from Rohde & Schwarz as its second voice system for its air traffic control (ATC) communications in UK airspace.
The Government of Canada has announced that it will provide $372.5 million in repayable contributions to Bombardier Inc. to support thousands of jobs, strengthen the long-term competitiveness of
Birmingham Airport announced today that more than two million passengers have flown between Birmingham and New York/Newark with United Airlines, as the airline approaches its 20th anniversary serving the route.
EDM announced today that it has won the Greater China Business of the Year Award 2017.
International aviation training organisation, Airways Aviation, is announcing a new global scholarship programme to be launched in Paris on the first stop of the company's inaugural recruitment roadshow.
From Tuesday 28 March, the Moroccan flag-carrier Royal Air Maroc will begin operating direct non-stop flights three times per week from Manchester Airport to Mohammed V International Airport.
A group of industry players have come together to launch a debate about how the efficiency and performance of air traffic management (ATM) could be improved through greater market liberalisation.
Inmarsat has announced a key infrastructure milestone for its European Aviation Network (EAN), following the successful test and validation of the EAN Satellite Access Station (SAS).
Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, officially opened the Cranfield University/NCAS Centre for Atmospheric and Emissions Research today.
Resource Group's Aviation Technical Training Division (LRTT Ltd), has launched a brand new business stream delivering Training Development Services.
AIM Altitude's Generation 2 Autonomous Lighting Dimmer (ALD) has been shortlisted for a prestigious Crystal Cabin Award in the Electronic Systems category.
The Sky's the Limit coalition representing airports, airlines and UK air traffic control has welcomed the publication of the Government's airspace and noise policy as a first-step towards modernising our
Gama Aviation Plc's European Ground division, has signed a Europe-wide support agreement with WIJET, which recently acquired Blink to become the world's largest air taxi service.
Today the CAA has published the Survey of Noise Attitudes (SoNA) 2014.
Eurocontrol has become the first pan-European Aeronautical Information Service Provider (AISP) to be certified under the Single European Sky legislation regarding the provision of the European Aeronautical
Loganair today called on the Scottish Government to prioritise abolition of Air Passenger Duty on flights to the Highlands & Islands when it takes over responsibility for the tax in April next year.
The first annual progress report on the Independent Arrivals Review of Gatwick Airport was published yesterday - with eleven of 23 recommendations complete and a further five nearing completion.
Edinburgh Airport has launched the second stage of its public consultation on the Airspace Change Programme (ACP).
Scotland's largest airline, easyJet, flew a record number of passengers to and from Scotland during calendar year 2016 – more than any airline has ever flown in one year.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometres (FTKs), grew by 3.8% in 2016 compared to 2015.
The Zephyr Innovation Programme (ZIP), led by Airbus Defence & Space at Farnborough, is developing a High Altitude Long Pseudo Satellite (HAPS) to provide remote sensing and internet connectivity in the developing world and OXIS
Royal Mail has awarded a new five-year contract to Loganair to fly its mail throughout Scotland and beyond.
Cobham will be attending Aero India this year (14-16 Feb) to showcase some of some of its flexible technologies and capabilities.
British Airways is to launch seven new routes from Manchester Airport this summer and three new destinations from Manchester's sister airport Stansted.
Annual figures released today by aerospace trade body ADS Group show that in 2016, the global aerospace industry delivered a record-breaking number of aircraft for the sixth consecutive year.
Birmingham Airport has given support to charity, Birmingham Trees for Life (BTFL), by funding tree planting to help enhance the environment in the local area.
South West Metal Finishing (SWMF) announced today that its sales had increased by 15% in 2016 and that it was on track to grow by 57% to £11 million by 2020, thanks in part to support from the Sharing in Growth (SiG) scheme.
Rolls-Royce has won an order from Lufthansa for SelectCare services covering Trent 500 engines on its Airbus A340 aircraft operated by the airline.
As London hosts one of the world's biggest business aviation events (Corporate Jet Investor Conference) today - which will see hundreds of senior executives from the sector attend - new analysis released today from
A successful Essex-based precision engineering firm, Maycast-Nokes, has been congratulated by its local MP after receiving national recognition for its commitment to apprenticeships.
Glasgow Airport has unveiled plans for a dedicated pick-up and drop-off facility as part of a wider scheme of works aimed at reducing congestion and improving the flow of traffic on the airport's road network.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is celebrating its first new route announcement of the year following confirmation that Ryanair will be adding flights from Liverpool to Milan Malpensa at the start of their Winter 2017/18 flying
ALA - Advanced Logistics for Aerospace has been awarded one of the UK-Italy Business Awards by the UK Department for International Trade at the January 26th Ceremony in Milan.
The Leonardo 2016 Innovation Awards saw almost 700 projects were submitted by the Group's employees from Leonardo's sites in Italy, the UK and the rest of the world.
As part of their studies at college, six Cobham apprentices have completed a voluntary Community Giving project which began last autumn, helping a school in Dorset install therapy and sensory equipment and raising nearly £700.
The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry (IOMAR), a longstanding client of Baines Simmons, has been named Best Global Aviation Registry in World Commerce Review Magazine's 2017 awards.
Formula 1 star Jenson Button enjoyed racing through the skies this week after piloting a British Airways A380 flight simulator at London's Heathrow Airport.
Bombardier has announced the following changes in responsibilities for members of its senior management team.
Airlines and airports are investing in technologies to help predict and prepare for future events, according to a report published today by air transport IT provider, SITA.
Heathrow has achieved its best ever quarterly 'Airport service quality' passenger satisfaction scores, following a year of investments in improving its services.
Cranfield University's newest world-class facility, the £35m Aerospace Integration Research Centre, is open for business from today.
Loganair has been awarded the contract to operate the Orkney inter-isles air service for four years from 1 April, securing its future as operator of the world's shortest scheduled flight following a competitive tendering process.
EDM announced today that it has won a contract from a major US airline to manufacture a combination B787 / B777 Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer (CEET).
Following extensive research and development, Morgan Advanced Materials has successfully produced two new materials which offer superior performance and higher casting yields when used in injection-moulded ceramic
Birmingham Airport and German low-cost carrier, Eurowings, will be launching a brand new service to Vienna from the 26th March.
Physica Digital's Managing Director, Tim Rapley, was invited to join a steering group to share his expertise by giving input into the creation of the First Metrology apprenticeship.
CAA examiner Richard Craske describes developments in oversight of gyroplanes in the UK.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft today announced that Dublin-based regional carrier, CityJet, has signed a conditional purchase agreement for six CRJ900 aircraft and taken options on four more, which is expected to be firm by end of January, with the
This year, Bristol-based Stirling Dynamics will be celebrating its 30th anniversary.