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No Blanket Bailout for British Airlines

Thomas Haynes

The UK chancellor has told airlines and airports not to expect an industry-wide bailout but instead that rescue deals would be formed on an individual basis. Rishi Sunak wrote to airlines yesterday (March 24) detailing that extra measures for the industry would only be used “as a last resort”.

Thomas Haynes
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The Skye’s the Limit

Tony Mallett

Tony Mallett goes airside at Heathrow to spend a busy morning with Skye Hester...

Tony Mallett
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From Start to Finnish

Gordon Smith

A pilot's insight into a training partnership between two carriers

Gordon Smith
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Red Velvet Unwrapped

Virgin Atlantic has high hopes for its new flagship, the Airbus A350-1000 ...

Branson’s Baby at 35

Barry Woods-Turner

Virgin Atlantic was originally formed in 1984 as British Atlantic Airways by co-founders Randolph Fields and Alan Hillary to fly services between London and the Falkland Islands.

Barry Woods-Turner