Category Archives: Aviation

2020 The year of the face mask

  Working in an airport environment has its advantages and indeed its disadvantages. The year 2020 began just like any other, except for the fact that something extra ordinary occurred. Heathrow airport, London has approximately 60 airport stands for airplanes to park, and taxi-off to various destinations of the world. It also has more than 100 shops and restaurants for the convenience of more than 30 million passengers who go through it each year. Based on passenger […]

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British Airways Female Mechanic – Tsungi Muruta

  According to British Airways, Tsungi Muruta is leading by example. Tsungi Maruta is a colleague we’re proud to highlight. A former British Airways Engineering Apprentice, she now knows the ins and outs of the very latest aviation technology such as the 787 Dream liner, and the A380 Super jumbo. These are her workplace now. Whenever BA acquire a new jet and it arrives on site, Tsungi is one of the first mechanics to gain access. She […]

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Concorde

                                    (Photo of Concorde Courtesy of K.Festus). The nose knows! Such a unique aircraft. Concorde the amazing story coming soon. Watch this space!

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 Are you planning to travel out of the Country this summer?

  No doubt the question on many kid’s lips this summer would be concerning the summer holidays. Kids just love going on holiday especially outside the Country. This time though, parents face the difficult task of choosing whether to travel or not. Difficult as it may seem. It demands a lot of thought. The Corona virus has decimated many sectors within many Economy’s throughout the World, but none has been affected more than the aviation sector. You […]

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Coronavirus: How to fly during a global pandemic

Jumping on a plane and going on holiday looks and feels very different to how it did at the start of 2020. Airports and airlines have both been making changes to the way they work to get passengers flying again. These include measures that help reduce the chances of coronavirus being spread, help ensure social distancing and reduce the number of things passengers need to touch known as ‘contact points’. The UK government has released advice on what […]

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What are air bridges and which holiday destinations could be included?

According to the Government, travellers could soon be jetting off abroad on quarantine-free summer holidays, as the Government confirmed changes will be announced soon to the blanket travel ban. Since March 23, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has advised British nationals against all but essential international travel. Now, a number of short-haul flights to European countries are expected to resume from next month, in a bid to kick-start the tourist economy. Here is what you need to […]

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Emirates’s Airbus A380 super jumbo – the world’s largest passenger plane – is returning to the skies

The Aviation industry has been severely decimated more than most and many airlines have suffered and indeed continue suffer heavy losses financially. Despite the fact that many high-profile airlines have resorted to issuing redundancy packages to their employees, some airlines are beginning to return back to a semblance of normality. Amongst them are Emirates. The world famous A380 will fly on the Dubai to London and Paris routes from July, 2020. The airline announced it will fly […]

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British Airways to resume London-Dubai flights on alternate days from July 17, 2020

British Airways (BA) will resume its direct return flights from London Heathrow to Dubai International Airport from July 17, 2020. It has been a long awaited schedule that has had passenger feeling very optimistic indeed. British Airways schedule will commence from the 17th of July, 2020. There will be one flight departing every alternate day from London to Dubai. The non-stop flight will leave Heathrow Airport at 12.50pm and arrive in Dubai at 11.05pm the same day. […]

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