In the second of a series of analyses leading up to the Heathrow HubLAB conference next month, have taken a look at trends in domestic links to Europe’s largest hub airport. 

Regional and Business Airports Group Member George Best Belfast City Airport has received international recognition for its Excellence in Airport Marketing at the Routes Europe Conference in Bilbao.

RABA sponsor AeroParker have won a 10 year contract with Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to supply a robust e-commerce platform for its parking operation.

Work as part of a £15 million upgrade project to improve the passenger experience at RABA member, George Best Belfast City Airport is now underway.

The major infrastructure investment includes an upgrade of the airport’s departure lounge, incorporating its retail, food and beverage offering.

In a recent article in Business Travel News, Neil Pakey, Chairman of the Regional and Business Airports Group talks about levelling the commercial playing field for the UK’s smaller airports.

HubLAB, the Heathrow Connectivity Conference, has been created in joint venture between and the 40-airport Regional and Business Airports Group (RABA) to provide an intensive examination of new route propositions for an expanded Heathrow, including the planned new runway.

Regional and Business Airports Group member, Doncaster Sheffield Airport in Yorkshire, has unveiled an ambitious masterplan to become a major international transport hub with its own East Coast Mainline railway station and the capacity to provide air travel to more than 25 million people. Bosses at the Airport have published a masterplan document in which they lay out plans to ...

George Best Belfast City Airport, a member of the Regional and Business Airports (RABA) Group, has once again been nominated for one of the world’s most prestigious aviation marketing awards – and completed an impressive awards shortlisting hat-trick in the process.

From 4 May Regional and Business Airports Group member, London Southend, will launch three new routes to the Mediterranean with Air Malta.

Michelle Carter and Tessa Darley of Innovate UK, the UK Government’s innovation agency to accelerate economic growth by stimulating and supporting business-led innovation, were in Inverness recently with a broad brief to seek out new ideas and solutions within Aviation.  The workshop (the last of 5 across the UK) was held on the 18th January and focused on scoping out ideas that might be of interest in the future for the industry.