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A DAY of widespread strike chaos is looming, with travellers the latest group to be warned they face major disruption when two million workers walk out in a dispute over pensions. 43 Comments
AIRPORT operator BAA is to sell Edinburgh airport, the Spanish-owned company announced today.
A GROUP of Scottish business leaders are preparing a bid of up to £1 billion for either Glasgow or Edinburgh airport.
All three of Scotland`s BAA-owned airports handled more passengers last month, with Edinburgh having its busiest-ever September. 2 Comments
Spanish infrastructure firm Ferrovial has cut its stake in UK airport operator BAA to just below 50 per cent after selling a 6 per cent share, removing BAA’s debts from its balance sheet.
Low-fare airline EasyJet is to open two more bases in France, it was announced yesterday.
INVERNESS airport is to schedule a new direct link to Amsterdam, a decade after the last service was grounded.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched in defence of Inverness airport as a regional hub for the Highlands amid fears that all such facilities are at risk.
AN ISLAND airport was evacuated yesterday after a passenger's laptop set off a security alert.
Customer demand has led to a holiday specialist introducing its first direct service to New York from Glasgow Airport.
EDINBURGH has continued to outperform BAA's other airports, with a 16.7 per cent rise in passenger numbers since the start of the year as more routes led to its busiest ever April.
EDINBURGH Airport bosses are being urged to channel profits from their controversial drop-off charge into funding a bus route to make it easier for passengers to use public transport.
PROFITS at BAA's three Scottish airports soared in 2010 after they received exceptional gains from the group's UK-wide pension scheme, according to accounts filed at Companies House.
EDINBURGH Airport has launched its new summer flight schedule, with 18 new routes for 2011.
The UK is to defer on security grounds a European-ordered partial lifting of restrictions on the carrying of liquids in airline hand luggage.
ALL three of BAA's Scottish airports saw solid increases in traffic last month as travellers refused to scrap their holiday plans, despite government austerity measures.
AS most of Scotland basked in sunshine yesterday, airports reported a bumper weekend with millions of people flying off on pre-Easter getaways.
CHILDREN flying from Edinburgh airport this summer will be given "jet packs" containing coloured pencils and games to keep them occupied.