Flights were unable to land at Stansted Airport for several hours today

Passengers face travel chaos at Stansted Airport as technical fault leaves planes unable to land

Problems started after an early-morning incoming flight caused damage to the instrument landing system

EADS to cut more than 5,000 jobs across Europe in restructuring as arms budgets fall

EADS, the aircraft manufacturer which last year was forced to scrap a merger with British defence giant BAE Systems, is cutting 5,800 jobs as it attempts to cope with governments slashing spending.

More concessions from kinder, cuddlier Ryanair as airline halves controversial excess baggage fee

Michael O'Leary has admitted that Ryanair has an 'image problem'

A partially complete walkway which was due to link Cuidad Real International Airport with an adjacent train station

Spanish 'ghost airport' in Ciudad Real up for sale

A barely used Spanish airport that cost some 1.1 billion euros (£900 million) to build and became a symbol of the country's wasteful spending ahead of an economic downturn has gone on sale for a minimum price of 100 million euros.

Engine and gearbox of Glasgow pub crash police helicopter did not fail, investigators find

Special bulletin from Air Accidents Investigation Branch finds 'all significant components were present' at time of fatal crash

Cleared for take-off: Europe allows use of e-readers on planes from gate to gate

Personal electronic devices in 'flight mode' will be allowed in all phases of journey - but mobile phone communication with ground stations remains banned

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Independent on Sunday: Standard Chartered board split over rights issue

Standard Chartered’s board is divided over whether a rights issue is needed to strengthen its balance sheet after a tough year’s trading in emerging markets. The need for a cash call has been discussed privately between directors rather than at a formal board meeting.

RAF helicopter in forced landing near minefield in West Bank

An RAF helicopter made a forced landing near the West Bank town of Jericho yesterday, the Ministry of Defence has confirmed.

‘A glitch’ caused disruption at Heathrow (above), Gatwick and Stansted

Backlog of flights could see more airport chaos

Airports must deal with remaining passengers hit by twelve-hour technical glitch

Ryanair calls on CAA to act over air traffic chaos caused by telephone system glitch

British Airways cancelled about 150 domestic and European flights in an effort to protect its long-haul schedule

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A cable car from Sugar Loaf Mountain to Rio de Janiero in Brazil

Travelling World Cup fans to face rabies, hepatitis and drugs wars

The 2014 draw takes the England team to dangerous Brazilian cities, but the real trial will be reaching them

France moves quickly after winning UN backing for CAR operation

650 troops on the ground with more to follow, but Hollande vows to keep mission brief

Qantas has set out drastic plans to axe 1,000 jobs

Qantas downgraded to 'junk' after shock profit warning

Australian airline Qantas has had its credit rating downgraded to 'junk'- below the lowest investment grade- by credit rating agency Standard & Poor's.

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