An air ambulance charity’s second life-saving helicopter will take off from Aberdeen airport early next year.
Aberdeen International Airport
Union bosses are hopeful that a pay dispute which has resulted in strikes at Aberdeen International Airport could be resolved imminently.
Aberdeen Airport staff are to stage two further days of strikes amid concerns those drafted in to replace them are overlooking serious security threats.
Strike action at Aberdeen Airport could be averted after it emerged last night that union leaders would consult workers on an improved pay deal.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport will take industrial action later this month following an announcement from Unite the union.
Around 150 Aberdeen airport workers walked out in various shifts today after Unite members voted to take industrial action.
Dutch flag carrier KLM is adding an extra weekday flight to its winter schedule to Amsterdam from Aberdeen International Airport (AIA).
The region’s two largest airports had contrasting fortunes during the first quarter of 2019, new figures show.
Edinburgh and Glasgow have been found to be the worst Scottish airports for flight delays.
A possessive fiance unleashed a tirade of verbal abuse on his partner after she told him she was going to a conference for work.
Holidaymakers were forced to spend the night in a Spanish airport after their flight back to the north-east was delayed, cancelled and then diverted to Newcastle.
Aberdeen City Council will take its fight to secure local authority control over Air Departure Tax (ADT) to the Scottish Parliament.
Fears have been raised about the actions of an increasing number of drunk passengers at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA).
The SNP's flagship policy for a £150 million airline industry tax break has been axed amid fury from Aberdeen airport and north-east businesses.
Plans to delay cutting Air Passenger Duty (APD) have been described as a “bitter blow” for Aberdeen.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport have voted in favour of strike action over a pay claim for 2019 and following proposals to close the final salary pension scheme.
A man caused nearly £1,000 worth of damage at Aberdeen Airport after flying into a rage when he was thrown off a plane for being too drunk.
Aberdeen International Airport staff strikes could be averted if mediation talks are successful next week
Strike action at Aberdeen International Airport could be averted if mediation talks next week are successful.
Aberdeen is losing a vital air link to another London airport.
Watch these incredible scenes from above as this flight passenger films their descent into Aberdeen airport.
Norwegian airline Widerøe are to add a third daily flight on weekdays to Stavanger from Aberdeen International Airport.
Flights from Aberdeen were abruptly axed at the weekend after an airline went into administration.
The new boss of Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) aims to woo airlines with the Granite City’s “new proposition”.
An airline has announced plans to increase flights from Aberdeen International Airport to Riga as it looks to run a longer summer season.
Fresh snow caused misery for commuters yesterday with several crashes on roads across the north-east.
No business like snow business – get a behind the scenes look at the machines keeping snow off the ground at Aberdeen Airport
Snow has landed in Aberdeen but it won't be lying anytime soon at the international airport.
Police were drafted in to guide motorists into Aberdeen International Airport today after a power cut struck the traffic lights leading to the site.
Dutch airline KLM has announced plans to increase the numbers of services flying from Aberdeen to Amsterdam during the summer.
Staff at Aberdeen International Airport could be poised to go on strike - less than a year after industrial action that would have ruined scores of holiday plans was narrowly avoided.
Departures at London’s Heathrow airport were halted following a drone sighting this evening, delaying flights for potentially hundreds of north-east passengers.
Strong winds are causing chaos across the north and north-east of Scotland today with disruption to traffic and schools.
Bus users will soon be able to benefit from speedier journeys with the launch of the first services on the long-awaited AWPR later this month.