Airlines in the United Kingdom or England; British Airways, of course, is the leading airline company in (UK) england. there are many different airline companies in england (UK). Especially (UK) England has many low-cost airlines. Easyjet is the well known low-cost airlines in europe. Jet2.com is another low-cost airlines from the united kingdom. You can find brief information about england airlines, You can see logos of airlines. Here is the list of airlines of the united kingdom (england); British Airways, defunct British Midland Regional, EasyJet, defunct Flybe, Jet2.com, defunct Monarch Airlines, defunct Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways (TUI), Virgin Atlantic, Eastern Airways, Logan Air. United Kingdom Airline Companies. British Airways (BA) is the flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom. BA CityFlyer is a British regional airline. British Airways CityFlyer is subsidiary of British Airways. BA CityFlyer operates a fleet of Brazilian Embraer E190 Aircrafts. Loganair is a British regional airline. LoganAir operates a fleet of SAAB, ATR and Embraer aircraft. British regional airline, Eastern Airways. Eastern Airways operates a fleet of SAAB, ATR and Embraer aircraft. British low-cost Jet2.com is a leisure airline. Jet2.com is one of the largest british airline companies. British Jet2.com operates a fleet of Boeing aircraft. British Airways is the major airline company in the UK. British Airways operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft. Defunct Flybe was a British regional airline. Flybe was one of the key operator of Canadian Bombardier Q400 aircraft.
Heathrow Airport is located about 22 km from central London. Heathrow is the biggest airport on the island and one of the top in passengers volume in the world. The busiest British airport is destined to deal with ever increasing traffic and the expansion of its operations. There is a tunnel between the terminals where the Heathrow Express runs now. In the 1960s moving walkways were used for first time in Terminal 3. At the end of the 1980s, during PM Thatcher’s cabinet, Heathrow Airport was privatized and today it is operated by BAA. The change in ownership brought about the creation of one more terminal – 4, located some 20 minutes by bus from the central part of the airport.