London Air Travel’s Monday Briefing provides a weekly digest of air travel news from London and around the world.
Here is our archive of posts from 2021:
18 January 2021. The UK imposes a mandatory quarantine on all inbound passengers. Remembering Eve Branson.
25 January 2021. Boris Johnson is to decide this week whether all inbound passengers should be required to quarantine at designated hotels.
1 February 2021. British Airways and Virgin Atlantic scale back their schedules in February. Lufthansa operates its longest non-stop flight from Hamburg to the Falkland Islands.
8 February 2021. The UK government prepares to introduce a mandatory hotel quarantine regime for travellers arriving from “red list” countries.
15 February 2021. As the UK introduces mandatory hotel quarantine for passengers from “red list” countries, BA CEO Sean Doyle writes to Boris Johnson asking for clarity on the lifting of lockdown restrictions.
22 February 2021. Airlines continue to lobby the UK government for a timescale for the lifting of restrictions to allow time to prepare aircraft and colleagues for a return to flying. IAG prepares to announce a significant annual loss.
1 March 2021 – Qantas illustrates how COVID-19 has transformed network and schedule planning for airlines.