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Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector

Inquiry

This inquiry will be examining airlines’ and airports’ recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The sessions will also examine the effects of the Government’s policy on international travel, including the system for international travel and travel requirements such as PCR testing. 

This inquiry will consider:

  • Airlines’ and airports’ recovery from the effects of the pandemic
  • The Government’s system for international travel
  • Barriers to the reopening of international travel
  • The cost and necessity of PCR testing

Read the call for evidence for more detail about this inquiry.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Wednesday 13 October 2021.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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1 December 2021
Inquiry Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector
Witnesses Sustainable Aviation, Green Alliance, and Aviation Environment Federation (AEF)
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
1 December 2021
Inquiry Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector
Witnesses Loganair Limited, Regional and City Airports, and AGS Airports
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
17 November 2021
Inquiry Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector
Witnesses Which?, and CAA Consumer Panel
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
AAS0044 - Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector
Witnesses British Aviation Group (BAG)
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
AAS0045 - Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector
Witnesses Department for Transport
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
AAS0046 - Airlines and airports: supporting recovery in the UK aviation sector
Witnesses The UK Regional and Business Airports (RABA) Group
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence

Contact us

Please note: The Transport Committee examines policy issues relating to the Department for Transport and its associated bodies. It is unable to investigate, or adjudicate on, individual cases.

  • Email: transcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: General enquiries: 020 7219 2226/ Text relay: 18001 020 2226/ Media enquiries: 020 7219 8211
  • Address: Transport Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA/ Twitter: @CommonsTrans