• Ryanair unveils 700 route schedule for winter 2021 | News

    Ryanair has launched its schedule for the upcoming winter, covering its most popular destinations for trips taking off from late October. With over 700 routes across the network, and further destinations to be released in the coming weeks, the carrier is hoping to drive bookings for later in the year during the current Covid-19 shutdown. Ever popular with its customers, Ryanair has launched routes to the likes of sunny Cyprus, Gran Canaria, the Greek islands, Sicily and Malaga for winter 2021 and avid skiers who missed out on their trip to the slopes can dust off their skis with popular destinations such as Turin, Milan and Salzburg set to welcome…

  • Competition & Markets Authority threatens lastminute.com with legal action | News

    The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has wanted lastminute.com it faces legal action unless it pays a number of outstanding refunds to customers. The company signed formal undertakings in December which committed it to pay out over £7 million to more than 9,000 customers when their holidays were cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. All those affected were due to get their money back by the end of January. However, the company still owes over £1 million to 2,600 customers, with consumer rights organisation Which? calling for action earlier this week. The CMA said lastminute.com also failed to meet its ongoing commitment to repay all customers entitled to a refund…

  • Airbus seeks to develop hydrogen hub in Paris | News

    Airbus has led calls for expressions of interest to explore the opportunities generated by hydrogen in Paris airports with the aim to decarbonise air transport activities. The plane manufacturer led a consortium which also includes the Paris region, Groupe ADP and Air France-KLM. This worldwide call for expressions of interest complies with the French government’s energy transition strategy and supported by the European Commission, which strives for zero-emission aircrafts by 2035. Aware that the advent of hydrogen will revolutionise the way airport infrastructures are designed and operated, the partners want to anticipate and support developments that should help transform the Paris airports into true “hydrogen hubs”. The international call for…