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  • Will easyJet share price rally be sustained?British no-frills airline easyJet will release its next trading statement on 8 October, and with Thomas Cook’s collapse still fresh in [...] The post Will easyJet share price rally be sustained? appeared first on CityAM.

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  • Car share scheme rolled out at Tring station London Northwestern Railway have introduced an innovative car share scheme to save their passengers money while helping the environment. Passengers travelling to Tring station are being invited to use a new scheme of sharing their journey to the station. The pilot scheme will use a website...

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  • Scotland regional Loganair continues expansion plan Scotland-based regional Loganair is continuing its rapid expansion with the announcement of two further groups of new routes. read more
  • Repatriation of Thomas Cook passengers nears endEfforts to return some 150,000 customers of failed leisure operator Thomas Cook Airlines are scheduled to conclude this weekend, with the UK’s aviation regulator hailing the success of what has been described as the country’s largest peacetime repatriation effort. read more

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  • Government inaction on pavement parking slammed by Transport CommitteeWe find it profoundly regrettable that the Government has taken so long to take any action to deal with pavement parking. So says a recent report  by the parliament’s Transport Committee – a body appointed by the House of Commons to examine the expenditure, administration, and policy of the Department for Transport. Their frustration is understandable. Fours years ago the… The post Government inaction on pavement parking slammed by Transport Committee appeared first on ETA.
  • Cameras to catch drivers using mobile phonesA new type of roadside camera that catches drivers using a mobile phone behind the wheel has been launched by police in the Netherlands. During 18 months of testing, the system used so-called ‘machine learning’ to distinguish between a driver holding a phone and other objects. The cameras have now been installed at two locations in the Netherlands – the… The post Cameras to catch drivers using mobile phones appeared first on ETA.

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