Category: Aviation News

March 6th

London Southend Airport, east of London, inaugurated yesterday a new terminal that will connect London with several European destinations, including Malaga. The former Regional Airport, located about 65 kilometres from London, has opened a new runway, terminal and a train station that connects it in less than an hour with the centre of the British […]

October 28th

At Malaga airport have already been scheduled air routes for winter 2011/12. As usual, each season there are changes in the routes operated by airlines; some destinations disappear (temporarily or permanently), while others are incorporated into the network of connections. There is an interesting variety of offers of direct flights to Malaga from an increasing number […]

May 24th

UK and Ireland say they will not close the airspace Aware of the air chaos last year caused by the volcanic ash cloud from the Eyjafjalla, European authorities manage much more prudently the eruption of another volcano in Iceland, the Grímsvötn. While the ashes forced to cancel 252 flights today, most operating from or to […]

May 6th

Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (AENA) gives a new impetus to its environmental policy with the application from today of seven measures of optimization of the airspace included in the Savings Plan, Energy Efficiency and Emissions Reduction, which will allow savings 1.4 million Euros in fuel consumption. AENA has indicated that the seven measures are […]