Category: Aviation News

London Heathrow airport, Europe’s biggest hub for air traffic, resumed its operation after five days of interruption. The operator communicated this on Tuesday evening. The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) had previously ordered to gradually lift the closure of the airspace due to the volcanic ash. According to the CAA, are applying new guidelines for […]

The European sky opens partially, but the situation remains uncertain due to a new cloud. During the last hours have been lifted flight restrictions that existed in Austria, Romania and the Czech Republic. On the other hand, remains fully or partially closed the airspace of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Estonia, Finland, Belgium, Ireland, Denmark, […]

Europe seeks to open its airspace after five days of chaos Today, Monday is estimated to recover approximately 30% of the European air traffic, although it will take time to get back to normality. The technicians of Eurocontrol analyzed the progression of the cloud and the information facilitated by the Flight companies which are seeking […]

Closure of the main airports in Northern Europe The European aviation may be affected for another 48 hours, or perhaps several days, by the ash cloud from the eruption of a volcano in Iceland. The ash cloud is a major threat to aviation, because the floating particles can damage the fuselage of the aircraft and, […]

A group of private investors are building a second airport in the Murcia region. Original plans to have a 1.5 million passenger capacity has been doubled, with planners hoping the initiative to implement a capacity of 3 million will be approved while the building works are in progress. The opening date has also been shifted; […]