While tourists were flocking to catch a glimpse of the newly opened V&A last year, Dundee bus operator Xplore launched its 360 circle route to take visitors across the city centre.
Dozens of city clubs and sports people have been awarded a share of £17,000 recently thanks to fundraising efforts at the annual Dundee Sports Dinner.
Dundee Airport could grind to a halt if planned strike action over “unfair” pay goes ahead in a few months’ time.
Council chiefs have begun talks over renewing funding for Dundee’s air link with London.
Dundee has been named one of the world’s top tourist destinations by a multitude of publications recently – a must-see for globetrotters with a love for city breaks.
After more than two years of hammering out the final version, the Tay Cities Deal has been signed – but who has won and who has lost out?
Loganair has signed an agreement with airline giant Emirates, which could save money for passengers travelling around the world from Dundee Airport.
Flights at Dundee Airport could be grounded unless a strike by air traffic controllers can be averted.
Dundee could soon link directly to the UK’s biggest airport under plans by Heathrow bosses.
A Dundee flight school has unveiled a new £300,000 training simulator, which it hopes will help tackle a worldwide shortage of pilots.
The operator of Dundee Airport, Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) has announced Inverness as the location for a new remote control centre.
The multi-billion-pound expansion of Heathrow Airport could lead to new flights into Dundee.
Almost exactly 21 years ago this group of Dundonians were headed to sunnier climes from Dundee Airport. Although the weather doesn’t seem too bad, these happy jet setters were on their way to the ever-popular holiday destination of Majorca. Does anyone know who any of these lucky people are?
Exhibitors at this year’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design and Architecture Degree Show have explored the Dundee of the future.
More than 34 years ago Dundee Airport took possession of the British Aerodrome of the Year trophy for 1983.
The number of people using Dundee Airport has dropped by more than 43% in the past year.
A bright new campaign has been launched to ensure Dundonians and visitors are looking cool as the city gears-up for one of the biggest summers in its history.
Loganair has renamed one of its aircraft after the City of Discovery at a ceremony attended by Lynne Short, convener of the city development committee.
When Dundee Airport opened in 1963, our photographer went and grabbed a snap of a random plane. The high-wing/tricycle undercarriage configuration of this single engined aircraft suggests it’s a Piper but I really don’t know. Someone will come along in a minute and tell me, I’ve no doubt. Nice chimney out there too.
Huge global demand for pilots has led Tayside Aviation to draw up plans to increase the number of students it trains in a new purpose-built facility.