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BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT UNVEILS £500M MASTER PLAN


BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT HAS UNVEILED a new draft master plan, which outlines its ambition to grow traffic by 40 per cent – to 18 million passengers per year by 2033. The airport said the plan reaffirms its “commitment to serve the region and its communities” and it aims to increase its contribution to the local economy from £1.5 billion to a forecasted £2.1 billion a year and 34,000 jobs by 2033. A £500 million investment will increase capacity and improve the passenger experience to make Birmingham one of Europe’s leading regional airports, it added. “The Midlands Gateway to the World” plan reveals how improved regional connectivity and a direct link to HS2 will play their part. It also follows the recently restated government policy of making the best use of the UK’s existing runways. A consultation period was due to end 31 January.


ATPI RELEASES ZENO FOR UK COMPANIES


THE ATPI GROUP HAS RELEASED its Zeno by ATPI travel management platform for UK businesses through an exclusive partnership with Serko. Zeno offers users a simplified and


interactive booking functionality. In addition, it provides functionalities such as personalised itinerary recommendations, an intuitive consumer-friendly interface and a global marketplace that allows travel managers to connect with preferred suppliers at every stage of the journey, according to ATPI. The group reached an exclusive agreement


with Serko to distribute the platform across its global portfolio last February. Zeno by ATPI is already available in the UK and will be rolled out to other European countries this year.


LOT to operate Vilnius-LCY service


LOT POLISH AIRLINES HAS WON a tender from the Lithuanian Ministry of Transport to operate direct flights between Vilnius and London City Airport under a Public Service Obligation.


Beginning 1 May, LOT will operate two flights per day Monday to Friday and one each on Saturday and Sunday – a total of 12 flights per week. LOT is also planning to launch flights from London City to Warsaw and Budapest. Four leased 106-seat Embraer 190 aircraft have been recently delivered to the Polish carrier.


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