Bamboo at Gatwick

“Since the reopening of the South Terminal, we’ve had really strong performance from our incumbent airlines; new airlines choosing to fly to Gatwick and, with more in the pipeline, it’s a really positive time for Gatwick following a turbulent couple of years.” explains Stephanie Wear, Gatwick’s VP of Aviation Development Recent developments: This summer, Gatwick’s […]

November 13, 2022 | Air Service Community News


  SpiceJet, India’s third largest airline by passengers carried, launched two new direct services to Italy in November. The low-cost carrier flies twice a week to Rome and three times a week to Milan Bergamo from Amritsar Airport. Home of the famous Golden Temple, Amritsar is a gateway to the Punjab region, where travellers can […]


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November 11, 2022 | Air Service Community News

Milan Bergamo Airport

Milan Bergamo is flying high as it goes into autumn. The airport saw a near-return to pre-pandemic passenger numbers in September, and the following month cut the ribbon on a new UPS warehouse that will help supercharge its cargo business. Winter also looks set to be busy for Bergamo. In addition to Ryanair’s new routes […]

Berlin Airports

Things must move fast at an airport. Whether on holiday or a business trip, nobody wants to wait. But with more passengers to serve every year, speed is a challenge – a challenge Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) is meeting with ingenuity and innovation, without compromising on the passenger experience. One of the airport’s new innovations […]

Reno - Tahoe Airport

In the Reno-Tahoe region, less is more. We have less limitations as we continue to see more growth and change. More technology, manufacturing and logistics are moving in quickly, making the region a major hub for innovation. There continues to become less we don’t offer here, as we get more companies like Tesla, Switch, Apple, […]

October 14, 2022 | Air Service Community News

Birmingham Airport

This summer’s triumphant Commonwealth Games in Birmingham showcased England’s second city across the globe – and offered yet another sign that ‘Brum’ is on the rise. While the games beamed Birmingham into the lives of millions, the city’s new high-speed rail link is set to shuttle millions more between London and the second city, turbo-charging […]

Oman Airports

It’s never been easier to travel to Oman – and the country’s surging popularity is sending Oman Airports soaring. Like many international gateways, Oman’s have seen a return to pre-pandemic levels in 2022. The government lifting all Covid restrictions was the main driver, but its decision to offer visa-free travel to citizens of more than […]

World class beaches. World’s largest biotech hub. Nonstop sunshine. It’s easy to see why San Diego International Airport (SAN) sees 20 million passengers per year bustling through its terminals. As Southern California’s most convenient airport, SAN serves a vibrant binational region that attracts both leisure and business travelers year-round. With 19 airlines, 115 nonstop markets, […]

October 13, 2022 | Air Service Community News