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Category: Airports

Collision reported at Heathrow Airport

The two aircraft owned by Icelandair (Boeing 757) and Korean Air (Boeing 777) collided on the tarmac at Heathrow airport at about 8 pm on Wednesday, 28 September.

World Cup lifts Dubai–Doha daily flights from 6 to 48

The massive number of travellers during the competition will also see the Qatar capital's airport break its record for most daily departures on 25 November, with 333 scheduled.

Heathrow to introduce daily passenger cap

London Heathrow Airport has asked airlines to stop selling seats on flights over the summer, after introducing a temporary cap on daily departing passengers for the very first time.

Airports won’t fully recover from COVID until late 2024

Airports Council International's latest report said the industry is struggling to deal with “significant headwinds” such as labour shortages, inflation and the risk of an economic downturn.

Everything you need to know about chaos at global airports

People around the world are anxious to travel again as pandemic restrictions are being lifted. But those planning to jump on a plane for a vacation have been frustrated by the chaos in the airline industry. In both North America and Europe, thousands of flights have been cancelled and hundreds of thousands of passengers have

Heathrow reports highest traffic since pre-pandemic

According to the main travel hub’s March statistics, it saw 4.1 million passengers filter through the airport, a major increase from the 0.5 million during the same time last year.

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