Two days of action means flight cancellations have already begun
BAE Systems boss Ian King today defended the Eurofighter Typhoon after talks with the United Arab Emirates over a £6 billion order collapsed last month.
The aircraft, which came down ablaze after hitting an electricity pylon, appears to have been a Cessna Citation business jet, police said
Police unable to confirm if incident is related to emergency landing of Saudi flight suffering landing gear malfunction on same day
Investigators have been unable to trace or established what the ‘bright silver rugby ball shaped’ object, which came within feet of the cockpit, was
Workers fixing potholes on the the highway stopped traffic to clear space for the plane to land after noticing it heading towards them
The islands have caused tension between the countries for some time
Aviation officials say the aircraft’s ‘black box’ shows there was a ‘clear intention’ to manually bring the plane down
David Cameron's efforts to sell a multi-billion pound contract for the United Arab Emirates to buy British-built fighter jets failed last night as the Gulf state pulled out of talks
British nationals will be airlifted out of the capital Juba today amid fighting
British Airways passengers will be the first to benefit from relaxed rules on gadgets inflight
Indication of fuel quantity in tanks could be over-estimated, says Eurocopter
US aerospace giant Boeing has unveiled a record $10 billion (£6.1 billion) share buyback and 50 per cent hike in the dividend.
An end to flying around in circles over the Home Counties: that is the prospect if the Davies Commission's short-term proposals for dealing with the aviation capacity crunch are accepted. But residents of west London face even more landings before 6am.
The Sun claim that a £10m price-tag has ended negotiations between the FA and BA but the flight company claim they can't free-up an aircraft for the duration of the tournament