From Heathrow’s row to SAF: Here are the top five things to watch out for in aviation next year

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By Ilaria Grasso Macola To say that the UK aviation industry has had an eventful 2022 would be an understatement. This time last year, airlines and airports were on their knees as the Omicron variant emerged from South Africa at the end of November and in a matter of weeks reached Britain, bringing with it a truckload of new travel restrictions. Following the reopening of borders, the sector didn’t have it easy as it had to face multiple challenges. These included catering to Britons’ renewed appetite for air travel following a two-year hiatus, as well as looking at its own future, especially …

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