The good luck ritual appears to break international aviation rules
The Airbus A320 likes Delhi a whole lot, while the Boeing 747 prefers Frankfurt
Ground handlers and pilots in dispute with employers
Once passengers are used to interacting with GLAdys, she will be allowed to carry out more complex tasks
Thomas Cook Airlines is introducing new technology to reduce delays and diversions at Innsbruck
Plane talk: Passengers will apparently swallow a mini transmitter to tell cabin crew how their body is handling the journey
The mother has reportedly been arrested and is awaiting trial
Why aimlessly wander air-conditioned halls when you could be playing golf or going ice skating before your flight?
The crash has accentuated the fall in the value of the sterling since the EU referendum
The Sumerians settled in the historical region of Mesopotamia, now south Iraq, in 5500 to 4000 BC
A travel operator found Stansted airport has the greatest maximum distance from check-in to its departure gates at 1165m
Police said no laws had been broken
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Our travel correspondent outlines the key issues on alcohol and air rage
Figures show at least 442 people were arrested in the two years to March 2016 on suspicion of being drunk on a plane or at an airport
The Airports Council International (ACI) recently released its list of the busiest airports in the world. Once again, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) took the top spot, with more than 100 million passengers in 2015. According to the ACI, this represents an increase in traffic of over 5.5% over 2014. The trade group attributes Atlanta's success to its strategic location, where it is within a two-hour flight of 80% of the US population. In addition, the ACI credits the growth of ATL's largest tenant -- Delta Air Lines -- for the airport's continued expansion. Globally, the number of people traveling by air grew at a rate of 6.1% in 2015.