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BA’s Popular Gatwick Flights Rise by 10%

07.25.11 Posted in Gatwick AVPCA Public by

10% as Gatwick is Family Favourite BA have reported a generous 10% increase in its family holidays that fly out of Gatwick Airport, compared to those booked in 2010, as the UK’s second largest airport strives to become the UK’s No 1 airport for families. It comes as no surprise as Florida remains the airline’s […]

Gatwick is changing

05.13.11 Posted in Gatwick AVPCA Public by

New Taxi operator at Gatwick Horley-based taxi company Road Runners has been unveiled as the new official taxi provider at Gatwick Airport. The company, which has agreed to take on all 252 drivers from the previous official taxi provider, will operate under the name Airport Cars – Gatwick. Commenting on the contract award, Jeremy Bennett, […]

Flybe triumphs

05.13.11 Posted in Gatwick AVPCA Public by

Flybe triumphs in CAA’s 2010 on-time arrival list Flybe is celebrating having once again outperformed many other major industry suppliers (defined as those operating over 25,000 flights a year from CAA reporting airports) for its on-time arrival performance during 2010. The airline achieved an 81% on-time ranking for its reported sample 112,042 flights – this […]

abused dominant position

05.13.11 Posted in Gatwick AVPCA Public by

Leading valet parking suppliers win battle against BAA at Heathrow ….. High Court rules Heathrow Airport abused dominant position in meet and greet parking The High Court has ruled that Heathrow Airport abused its dominant position in the airport parking business. Purple Parking Ltd and Meteor Parking Ltd took action after the airport ordered the […]

MP’s unaware

05.13.11 Posted in Gatwick AVPCA Public by

A recent survey of 154 MPs has shown that more than two thirds did not know about the double taxation that airport passengers are facing in 2012. The survey, conducted by ComRes and Airport Operators Association (AOA), found that majority of the MPs were unfamiliar with the UK aviation industry’s planned entry into the EU […]

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