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London City Airport scraps the 100ml liquid limit for passengers hand luggage

London City Airport has scrapped the 100ml liquid limit by using high-tech scanners which also allow electronics to be kept in hand luggage at security. Travelers can now carry on up to two liters of liquid, and toiletries no longer have to be put in separate bags. It is the second UK airport to use this technology in all its security lanes, after Teesside introduced it in March. The government […]

todayApril 5, 2023 100

Airline News

Sentra Airways, Not a Certified Airline Yet

Sentra Airways is a UK registered company based in Bradford and has the intention of flying between Manchester International Airport and Kotoka International Airport, Accra by the end of this year according to some reports. The company obtained its first aircraft, an A330-200 from Air Lease Corporation (ALC). The 12-year old Airbus typically carries about 250 passengers but can be configured to carry about 400 passengers. Sentra Airways has its […]

todayNovember 3, 2022 237 1 2

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Fully vaccinated passengers can travel to the UK without the mandatory PCR test come February 11

The UK has made drastic changes to COVID-19 testing measures for travelers arriving in the country from 4am on the 11th February, 2022. "All testing measures for eligible fully vaccinated travelers arriving in the UK will be removed from 4am on 11th February, as the government goes one step further to reopen the travel sector" - the statement read. The changes was announced on 24th January 2022 that "the UK […]

todayJanuary 25, 2022 207 1

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Sean Mendis Thoughts: Travel restrictions on African countries may be counterproductive in the long run

Following travel bans and restrictions on some African countries including South Africa, Botswana, Malawi and Nigeria, Sean Mendis, an aviation executive popularly known as the aviation encyclopedia of our time has shared his opinion on the move by Europe and other countries to restrict the African countries from flying into the Western countries. "I think that travel restrictions as presently implemented are a blunt instrument that may actually be counterproductive […]

todayDecember 10, 2021 119

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Southern African tourism sector to bear the brunt of the emergence of Omicron variant as travel bans continue

The Federated Hospitality Association of Southern Africa (FEDHASA) hopes for a swift reversal of the UK’s decision to place South Africa and neighboring countries on its travel red list, following the emergence of the Omicron variant. ‘Our industry has had to endure being thrust from wave to wave for the past 20 months and it simply isn’t sustainable to keep businesses open and livelihoods intact,’ said FEDHASA National Chairperson Rosemary […]

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