In light of its long-time stature as one of England’s key religious centres, when one mentions Exeter to you, you are likely to be especially put in mind of Exeter Cathedral, which was founded in the 11th century and continues to serve this part of Devon with distinction. However, with Exeter Airport also lying east […]

In much the same way as some foreigners may imagine Britain to still be a land predominantly of bowler hat-wearing gentlemen and red Routemaster buses, so the stereotypical associations of the Netherlands – or ‘Holland’ as it is often inaccurately dubbed – with windmills, tulips, clogs and cheese seemingly won’t go away. However, this North-western […]

The question of whether current aviation talent search initiatives place sufficient emphasis on attracting more women into this area of the global workforce continually comes up in the headlines, with several stories reported in the past few days painting a mixed picture. A leading UK airline CEO and the head of aviation and international asset finance at […]

One trade organisation representing the interests of the country’s airlines – including American Airlines – has said that its members have been playing their part in delivering the country’s present positive job numbers. Airlines for America (A4A) said that US passenger and cargo airlines currently employed 720,000 men and women, a 2.9% increase on a […]

Emirates announced on Monday that it will offer its new cabin product on its Vienna route starting in December 2018. The product will initially be introduced on one of two daily Boeing 777-300ER flights between Dubai and Vienna from December 1. The multi-million dollar upgrade reduces the number of first class seats from eight to […]

If you followed the Autumn 2018 Budget, you will probably already be aware of the government’s confirmation that it will extend the highly controversial IR35 tax avoidance reforms to large and medium-sized private sector firms by April 2020. What has motivated this move? Chancellor Philip Hammond stated in the Budget 2018 red book that the […]

Why is the Catalan capital and Spain’s second largest municipality such a focal point for aviation recruiting placements like those in which we specialise here at TARCG? An obvious answer may be its strong aerospace connections – it is, after all, one of the most admired and visited cities in the world – but Barcelona’s rich culture […]

The Bedfordshire town of Luton – with its population of approximately 215,000 people – will always be synonymous from a business aviation recruiting point of view with London Luton Airport. Opened in 1938, the airport is one of the UK’s busiest, serving as a base for such prominent airlines as EasyJet, Ryanair, TUI Airways and […]

The southern and south-eastern European country of Greece – officially the Hellenic Republic – has many rich associations for travellers, although these can widely vary, depending on who one asks. For holidaymakers seeking good-value breaks, such Greek islands as Kos, Corfu and Skiathos will always be a major draw, not least given the seemingly endless […]