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Poll also finds 49 per cent of flight-deck crew believe tiredness to be biggest threat to safety
Glenn Martin’s prototype has a top speed of 46 mph
Selling Stansted airport and hitting airlines with higher take-off and landing charges helped Heathrow Airport swing into profit in the first half of the year.
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.
As UK airlines prepare for a wave of retrospective compensation claims by delayed passengers, some carriers have been accused of obstructing legitimate applications for long flight delays.
Londoners who live, work or commute close to the river may be startled to learn that the Thames is the capital’s thoroughfare for helicopters
Q&A: Travel unravelled
Scotland Yard ready to use radio controlled 'eyes in the sky' to boost surveillance
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary attacks Civil Aviation Authority for cautious approach as thousands are stranded at airports
Disruption to flights to and from Scotland and northern England because of the latest Icelandic ash cloud crisis will continue for the rest of the day.
The spectre of travel chaos is again haunting European air passengers as operators cancelled dozens of flights last night and warned of further delays today because of the volcanic eruption in Iceland.
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.
British airlines reacted with fury last night as widespread flight bans were imposed across the UK after more volcanic ash was blown south from Iceland.
Britain's air travel nightmare worsened tonight as the Civil Aviation Authority extended its no-fly zone south to include airports in Birmingham and Norwich.
Strong winds whipping in from the North Sea should disperse the volcanic ash cloud that has caused many UK flights to be cancelled this week, but it looks certain to delay more air passengers before it swirls into the Atlantic, forecasters said last night.
Air authorities seek to play down threat to passenger planes after particles are discovered in £69m Typhoon training aircraft