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Newcastle BA employee 'conspired to blow up plane' Published duration 1 February image captionMr Karim was arrested in February while working at BA's call centre in Newcastle A British Airways employee conspired with a radical preacher to blow up a US-bound aeroplane, a court has heard.

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He attended two mosques - Grange Park Mosque and University of Newcastle Mosque - and was not known to hold extreme views, the court heard.

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Coronavirus pandemic Newcastle International Airport says 34 permanent jobs are at risk as it continues to be hit by the impact of Covid He was arrested in February while working for the airline's call centre in Newcastle. A spokesperson for the airport, which is part-owned by seven local authorities, said the decision had been taken to ensure the business remained viable long term. Newcastle BA employee 'conspired to blow up plane' Published duration 1 February image captionMr Karim was arrested in February while working at BA's call centre in Newcastle A British Airways employee conspired with a radical preacher to blow up a US-bound aeroplane, a court has heard.

In June, EasyJet said it planned to close its operation in Newcastle, where crew and three aircraft are based.

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Mr Laidlaw said: "It was, as far as anybody could tell a perfectly ordinary life he was living. EasyJet said the airport would continue to remain part of its network.

The computer expert worked for the airline in the city and had access to BA offices there and at Heathrow. He added: "These job losses underscore the need for the government to provide sector specific support to the aviation industry to newcawtle it to survive the temporary impacts of the crisis and prevent unnecessary job losses. Jonathan Laidlaw QC, prosecuting, said the defendant was preparing himself or others for terrorist attacks.

Long-term viability Swissport, which employs baggage handlers and check-in staff, has also announced job losses. The trial continues. The Bangladeshi national has already pleaded guilty to three other terror charges, the jury was told. He also said that those who knew Boow Karim thought he was mild-mannered. Mr Karim, 31, denies plotting to blow up an aircraft and gaining a UK job to exploit terrorist purposes.

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The aviation industry has suffered an additional blow with the introduction of a day quarantine period for all passengers returning from Spain. The airport flies to popular destinations including Alicante, Malaga and the Canary Islands.

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Send your story ideas to northeastandcumbria bbc. A spokesperson said the airport did not expect to return to pre-pandemic levels until at the earliest.

The jury was told that Mr Karim established a "deep cover", ing a gym, playing football and never airing extreme views. Related Topics.

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It is alleged that he was communicating with a terror cell as well as Anwar al-Awlaki, who has never been caught and is believed to be hiding in the mountains of Yemen. The figure is on top of 76 seasonal workers, let go early, who would normally be employed during the summer. newcwstle