Largest UK airlines go against authorities’ quarantine plan

The largest British airlines filed a lawsuit against the authorities because of the introduction of quarantine. British Airways, EasyJet, and Ryanair will challenge in court the decision of the British government to impose a mandatory two-week quarantine for passengers arriving in the United Kingdom. This was announced by the international aviation holding IAG, which includes […]

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Virgin Atlantic Airways

Virgin Atlantic Airways, known as Virgin Atlantic, is a British airline operating flights mainly over medium and long distances. Major airports/hubs are Gatwick and Heathrow in London, as well as the airport in Manchester. 51% of the airline’s shares are owned by the Virgin Group, the remaining 49% is owned by the American Delta Air […]

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Thomas Cook Airlines

Thomas Cook Airlines (Group) is a British airline operating both charter and regular flights from airports in England, Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden), Finland, Germany, and Spain. Headquartered in Manchester, England. Thomas Cook Airlines Group includes Thomas Cook Airlines UK (Great Britain), Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia (Denmark), Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics (Spain) and Condor (Germany). The base […]

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easyJet

Easyjet is an English low-cost airline. The homeport is located at London Luton Airport. The company was established in 1995 and for almost 20 years of its existence, has become the largest airline in the UK, by the number of passengers carried per year (more than 50 million). Easyjet is the second-largest budget airline in […]

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British Airways

British Airways is not only the national carrier of Great Britain but one of the largest airlines in Europe. Homeport and main hub – London Heathrow. British Airways is one of the founders of the Oneworld aviation alliance. In 2010, the airline merged with the largest Spanish carrier, Iberia, in the airline holding International Airlines […]

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British Aerospace 146-300

BAe.146-300 – a short-haul passenger aircraft, developed by the British corporation British Aerospace. It is an extended version of the aircraft BAe.146-200 extended by 2.44 m. Thanks to the use of new frames and improved interior trim panels for the passenger cabin, it was possible to slightly increase the maximum width of the cabin. The […]

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British Aerospace 146-200

BAe.146-200 – a short-haul passenger aircraft developed by the British corporation British Aerospace. It is an extended version of the aircraft BAe.146-100, extended by 2.39 m, in contrast to which it can be operated only with hard-covered runways. The testing of the prototype aircraft began on August 1, 1982. Deliveries began in June 1983. In […]

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British Aerospace 146-100

In the late 1960s, Hawker Siddeley (a member of British Aerospace Corporation in April 1977) began research on a passenger jet aircraft project designed to replace the HS748 turboprop aircraft created in the 1950s. The company planned to create an aircraft that can be operated from short runways and has a low noise level. After […]

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British Aerospace 146 Statesman

The aircraft BAe.146 Statesman is designed for air transportation of personnel and cargo, landing, and parachute landing of troops and military equipment. It was developed by British Aerospace in the late 80s on the basis of a commercially available passenger aircraft. The first flight of the BAe-146 STA took place in August 1988. The aircraft […]

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British Aerospace ATP

By the early 1980s, the British Aerospace 748 airliner had exhausted the modernization reserves of its design. On March 6, 1984, British Aerospace decided to develop an improved version of it. The main goal of the company was to capture its niche in the promising market of regional airliners in the fight against competitors such […]

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