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Stansted joins Heathrow in long queues for passport control

Thursday, May 10, 2012

According to some of our Stansted airport parking customers, queues for passport control at the airport were several hours long this weekend - putting the airport on a par with Heathrow.

BA Chief accuses the government of lying over waiting times at Heathrow Airport

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

With waiting times at Heathrow Airport border control hitting the headlines again this week, BA boss Willy Walsh has told the BBC that the government are deliberately misleading the public on the matter.

Extra safety measures implemented at Newcastle Airport after landing drama

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Following an investigation into a recent incident at Newcastle Airport, two safety recommendations were made to the Civil Aviation Authority from the AAIB (Air Accident Investigation Branch) at Newcastle Airport.

Global Infrastructure Partnership (GIP) purchases Edinburgh Airport

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Edinburgh Airport is to be sold for £807 million to GIP - the owners of Gatwick Airport and London City Airport.

New bmibaby routes for Birmingham Airport

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Fans of our Birmingham Airport valet parking services will be interested to learn that bmibaby has announced a clutch of new routes from Birmingham for spring 2012.

London Councils prepares for the 2012 Games

Thursday, March 15, 2012

As the start date of the London Olympic Games approaches (27th July), London Councils has agreed on a parking penalty of £200 for cars illegally parked on Olympics Games routes during the event.

New solar power system at Geneva Airport

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

300 panels will be built at Geneva International Airport covering a roof top with 1200 square metres of electricity generating solar power. The technology, which is pioneered by the European Organization for Nuclear Research or CERN, is designed to maximise its storage capacity giving it an edge over other, similar solar systems, by allowing it to operate all year round.

London Southend Airport gets £100m makeover and welcomes easyJet

Monday, March 12, 2012

Thanks to a recent £100 million revamp, London Southend Airport is now tipped to offer a real solution to the problem of limited additional capacity at Heathrow.

Expansion Plans at Luton Airport

Monday, March 5, 2012

A series of consultation events have been held to allow people to discuss their ideas relating to the expansion of Luton airport.

Fog hinders thousands of passengers

Friday, March 2, 2012

Thousands of passengers were hampered today as fog caused huge delays at London airports Heathrow and London City.

Gatwick Airport Installs Solar Technology

Thursday, March 1, 2012

UK group Orta Solar have installed the photovoltaic panels at Gatwick which will produce around 50KW of electricity for the airport. The system of solar panels is positioned just 150 metres from the main runway and is only a small component of Gatwick’s wider CO2 reduction program.

Parking at Heathrow can be thirsty work. Luckily Fortnum and Mason has the answer…

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Parking at Heathrow Airport can quickly become parching at Heathrow Airport - particularly in the heat of July and August. Fortunately for thirsty passengers, Fortnum and Mason now provides the wherewithal for making the perfect cup of tea.

Jubilant June sees jump in bookings for Heathrow Meet and Greet

Sunday, February 19, 2012

What was dubbed a record breaking June for Heathrow Airport has also had a positive halo-effect on providers of cheap airport parking.

Flybe to introduce new service to Derry Airport

Thursday, February 16, 2012

The fast growing regional airline Flybe has this week announced plans to introduce a new route from Manchester to Derry Airport from May 2011.

Royal visit to boost Canada tourist numbers

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Everyone in the UK travel industry, from Birmingham Meet and Greet providers to Bristol-based airlines are hoping that Kate and Wills visit to Canada will boost tourist interest in the area.

Conkering Heroes

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

It’s an age-old British custom observed by children from 7 to 70 each autumn. Along with kicking fallen leaves and puddle-jumping, collecting conkers is as much fun as ever in these days of mellow fruitfulness. And, despite armies of health and safety experts, these shiny brown seeds are still weapons of choice for playground battles.

BA Aquires more slots at Heathrow

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Our regular airport parking customers who use Heathrow Airport could find more availability to their favourite short and long haul destinations as British Airways has purchased an additional six pairs of takeoff and landing slots from bmi.

Virgin oppose BA’s new slots at Heathrow Airport

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Billionaire owner of Virgin Atlantic Airways ltd, Richard Branson has approached regulators asking them to vet the purchase of operating slots at Heathrow Airport by Virgins main rival British Airways from BMI’s owners Deutsche Lufthansa AG.

Air India to move to Terminal 4

Saturday, February 11, 2012

After 43 years of successfully operating from Heathrow Terminal 3, our Heathrow Meet and Greet team this week reports on Air India’s impending move to Terminal 4.

Heathrow staff win marketing award

Saturday, February 11, 2012

As well as offering the UK’s best airport parking, Heathrow Airport is also responsible for some of the country’s finest transport marketing campaigns according to The Transport Times magazine.


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