Travel Cyprus bill: costs rise out of term time

Some parents of children at independent schools like to calculate the cost per day of their offspring's private education – usually upwards of £60. For the benefit of all parents, I can now reveal the cost per day of the school holidays: £70, or even more.

The Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 is seen on the runway at San Francisco International Airport after crash landing

Pilots of Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 from Seoul that crashed at San Francisco airport tried to abort just before landing plane

Official says the plane was travelling “significantly below” its target landing speed when it crashed, killing two Chinese teenagers

Spot the difference: the huge new British Airways Airbus A380 Superjumbo next to an Airbus A320, having arrived on its delivery flight at London Heathrow

British Airways takes first UK delivery of Airbus A380 double-decker superjumbo

The delivery follows that last week of two Boeing Dreamliner aircraft as part of a £10bn British Airway's plan to upgrade its long-haul fleet

It is believed that the unnamed player tugged at the door for two minutes mistaking it for the toilet, with the Daily Mirror reporting that one of the 229 passengers aboard the British Airways airliner described the incident as “pretty frightening”.

The Business Matrix: Thursday 27 June 2013

Right royal result for Crown Estate

IAG issues $927m bonds backed by new planes

British Airways has launched a $927m (£603m) publicly traded bond issue, using 14 of its new planes as collateral.

BA in-flight headphones may have been manufactured in Chinese prison factory

Qantas has already confirmed that Dongguan prison-linked Airphonics was its main supplier

New Dreamliner hitch for Boeing

Boeing's Dreamliner woes continued yesterday when, less than a week after a 787 was forced to land due to an engine problem, a second jet had to be diverted because of a mechanical glitch.

Justin Rose has joined the same management company that represents Tiger Woods

US Open champion Justin Rose signs for the same management company as Tiger Woods

Justin Rose followed his brilliant US Open victory by joining the same management company last night that represents Tiger Woods. Rose parted company with British based 4Sports & Entertainment AG to join the growing golf empire run by Mark Steinberg on behalf of Excel Sports.

Which airline offers the best passenger rights for my flight to the US?

Q. I am in the process of booking a return flight from London to San Francisco. The direct flight I have selected is run by United but I can also book the same one through the Lufthansa site. Is there any advantage, under the EU rules, for this flight if I book the Lufthansa option? Margaret Read, Stafford

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A city break in Rio de Janeiro

Passengers wait for a flight at Marseille-Provence Airport

UK flights hit for second day as air traffic controllers continue strike in France

Travellers faced further upheaval today as flights were cancelled following continued strikes in France.

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The man who pays his way

Sri Haran, who runs a shop in Stanwell Moor, believes there is nothing residents or business people will be able to do to stop the plans

Heathrow’s latest plan for third runway would be ‘plane crazy’ for one village

Simon Calder meets the people who could soon have jets landing on their doorsteps

Anti-government protesters clash with riot police during a demonstration in Ankara, Turkey

Simon Calder: Turkey and Central Europe travel Q&A amid protests and flooding

Our Travel Editor at Large addresses holiday-makers' concerns over planned trips to these two destinations

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