James stood in front of his locker bold as brass in his boxers
Transatlantic air fares are set to rise following the merger between American Airlines and US Airways.
The US carrier American Airlines has cancelled 94 flights amid fears over passenger seats coming loose.
A clock that will outlive the Universe, pig eats man, fool's gold, journey to the centre of the earth, Mad Men booze-a-thon and more bin juice
"Don't worry, I'm the scariest thing here," jokes the guide at Salem Witch Village. This isn't saying a lot. Clad in hooded top, surf shorts and flip-flops, he looks less a teller of gory tales in a "museum" of lumpen waxworks than a man who has taken a wrong turn on his way to the beach. But at least he has made more effort with his appearance than the "exhibits" – a hangman and his rickety gallows, a medieval torture victim on a dusty rack, a dragon sitting next to the fire exit.
If today's Caribbean-themed edition inspires you to make connections for the region, you are in luck: the world's best airline is shortly to touch down at an airport near you, or at least an airport served from an airport near you.
With so much at stake for both leaders, little was left to chance in yesterday's meetings between Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama.
Two RAF Typhoon fighter aircraft were scrambled today after reports of a disruptive passenger on board a Heathrow-bound transatlantic flight
The preparations were meticulous, the bombs potentially deadly. But the conspiracy was doomed from the start
Click here to listen to Simon Calder's interview with Richard Branson
Virgin Atlantic took off from Gatwick to Newark, New Jersey, on 22 June 1984. The music mogul Richard Branson leased a second-hand Boeing 747, started selling tickets through Virgin record stores, and began to transform travel as he had music retailing.
British Airways and would-be Spanish partner Iberia today paved the way for a transatlantic joint venture with giant US carrier American Airlines.
Tens of thousands of airline passengers were stranded yesterday as American Airlines, the world's biggest carrier, was forced to conduct emergency inspections on MD-80 aircraft.