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Leading UK aviation figures say the government must show "leadership" on airport coronavirus testing.Leading UK aviation figures say the government must show "leadership" on airport coronavirus testing.

Government 'overseeing the demise of UK aviation' - BBC News

Covid-19 has hugely hampered the growth of travel retail. As restrictions lift, what is the state of the sector, and how are travel retail hubs adapting to the new normal?Covid-19 has hugely hampered the growth of travel retail. As restrictions lift, what is the state of the sector, and how are travel retail hubs adapting to the new normal?

Travel retail needs to embrace omnichannel after Covid-19 – Econsultancy

An unprecedented drop in passenger numbers has costing more than £1billion since the start of March and talks with unions are underway An unprecedented drop in passenger numbers has costing more than £1billion since the start of March and talks with unions are underway

Heathrow Airport may axe 1,200 jobs as coronavirus hits travel and aviation industries - Wales Online

London's Heathrow Airport could axe up to 1,200 jobs, around a quarter of its frontline roles, as a result of a downturn in the industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.London's Heathrow Airport could axe up to 1,200 jobs, around a quarter of its frontline roles, as a result of a downturn in the industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Heathrow is set to axe up a QUARTER of its frontline staff with up to 1,200 roles at risk | Daily Mail Online

The criticism comes as new travel restrictions over Greece and Portugal are mooted.The criticism comes as new travel restrictions over Greece and Portugal are mooted.

Government accused of ‘overseeing the demise of UK aviation’ | Maldon and Burnham Standard

An unprecedented drop in passenger numbers has costing more than £1billion since the start of March and talks with unions are underway An unprecedented drop in passenger numbers has costing more than £1billion since the start of March and talks with unions are underway

Heathrow Airport may axe 1,200 jobs as coronavirus hits travel and aviation industries - Berkshire Live

Ministers have been accused of overseeing the demise of UK aviation as job losses are proposed at Heathrow and travellers brace for more restrictions. Derek Provan, chief executive of ASG Airports which runs Glasgow, Aberdeen and Southampton, said the sector was experiencing more job cuts amid the pandemic than seen in the coal industry in the 1980s.Ministers have been accused of overseeing the demise of UK aviation as job losses are proposed at Heathrow and travellers brace for more restrictions. Derek Provan, chief executive of ASG Airports

Government accused of 'overseeing demise of aviation' | London Evening Standard

The Telegraph has launched Test4Travel to press the Government to test all arrivals on entry to the UK to replace self isolationThe Telegraph has launched Test4Travel to press the Government to test all arrivals on entry to the UK to replace self isolation

Half of holidaymakers would pay for airport tests to sidestep quarantine

<p>Leading Welsh Tory calls for testing for arriving travellers – but only at Cardiff airport</p><p>Leading Welsh Tory calls for testing for arriving travellers – but only at Cardiff airport</p>

Government overseeing demise of UK aviation, airport boss warns | The Independent | Independent

John Holland-Kaye claims checking passengers for Covid-19 at airport, using emerging technology, could kick-start traffic on one of world’s busiest routesJohn Holland-Kaye claims checking passengers for Covid-19 at airport, using emerging technology, could kick-start traffic on one of world's busiest routes

Heathrow boss urges pre-board virus trial on New York flights | News | Flight Global

Heathrow is preparing to axe up to 25% of its frontline jobs unless it agrees a revised deal with unions, Sky News learns.Heathrow is preparing to axe up to 25% of its frontline jobs unless it agrees a revised deal with unions, Sky News learns.

Coronavirus: 1,200 jobs at risk as Heathrow talks with unions stall | Business News | Sky News

Up to 1,200 jobs could be lost at Heathrow after passenger numbers at Britain’s biggest airport collapsed.The west London airport served a formal notice to staff yesterday, triggering a 45-dayUp to 1,200 jobs could be lost at Heathrow after passenger numbers at Britain’s biggest airport collapsed.The west London airport served a formal notice to staff yesterday, triggering a 45-day

London's Heathrow Airport said it is consulting with unions about redundancies as a result of a downturn in the industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which could see over 1,000 frontline roles go.London's Heathrow Airport said it is consulting with unions about redundancies as a result of a downturn in the industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which could see over 1,000 frontline roles go.

London's Heathrow Airport consults unions over redundancies - Reuters

In the latest bad news for the travel sector, Heathrow Airport has said jobs could go as it enters discussions with unions after losing more than £1billion since MarchIn the latest bad news for the travel sector, Heathrow Airport has said jobs could go as it enters discussions with unions after losing more than £1billion since March

Heathrow Airport could axe 'up to 1,200 jobs' as coronavirus hits profits - Mirror Online

HEATHROW is asking 2,500 workers to accept hefty pay cuts or half may lose jobs due to a travel slump caused by Covid-19. The cuts – which will work out as 15 to 20 per cent of salary on average – …

Heathrow Airport asks 2,500 staff to accept pay cuts or HALF may lose jobs

LONDON (REUTERS) - London's Heathrow Airport said it is consulting with unions about redundancies as a result of a downturn in the industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which could see over 1,000 frontline roles go.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Europe News -LONDON (REUTERS) - London's Heathrow Airport said it is consulting with unions about redundancies as a result of a downturn in the industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which could see

London's Heathrow Airport consults unions over redundancies, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times