Justin Adams had accused Mr Farage of “ruining his life”
The online retailer's announcement that it will introduce home deliveries by drone aircraft is being dimissed as science fiction
Europe's air safety agency has approved the use of electronic devices ahead of take-off and landing, which will allow users to keep their devices switched on.
Studies reveal link between areas with high noise pollution and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke among residents
Gatwick airport posted a £29.1 million loss today, despite new routes to Beijing and Istanbul boosting the number of passengers in its arrivals and departure lounges in the year to April.
Britain's easyJet has said it was cancelling 35 flights to Paris, 11 to Toulouse and others to Marseille, Bordeaux and Nice
Thomson said all passengers must be able to put on a life jacket and oxygen mask without help
Warning from UK ballooning boss comes as it emerges British pilots are refusing to work in Egypt and Turkey because of safety fears
Scotland Yard ready to use radio controlled 'eyes in the sky' to boost surveillance
The man who pays his way
A collapse so early indicates how tough the Mediterranean travel trade is finding summer
Willie Walsh and Michael O'Leary have spent the week arguing it is safe to fly. They are wrong
The pilot of a plane which crashed and injured Ukip leader Nigel Farage during an election day stunt was today convicted of making threats to kill.
Journalists are long used to taking the word of Zimbabwean authorities with than a generous pinch of salt. But as black smoke billowed over Harare airport yesterday and ambulances screeched towards it, the worst was expected.
Will this mean an end to president's eco-tourism ambitions, asks Daniel Howden
More than 140 quango chiefs earn more than the Prime Minister, with large sums going to the key figures behind the preparations for the 2012 London Olympics, the Cabinet Office disclosed last night.