The incident is the latest in a series of events in which innocent passengers have been removed from aircraft
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The Man Who Pays His Way
Tensions are high in Europe's transit hubs following the Brussels attacks
The SNP has committed to halving the rate of air passenger duty from April 2018 with a view to abolishing it altogether
A passenger spotted it just before take off
A refused good will gesture makes easyJet look foolishly thrifty at best, rude at worst
The man who pays his way
The store in Park Royal, London, had to close two days after opening because customers had cleared the shelves of 25p stock
Queues of customers arrived at the supermarket on Wednesday where all food items are 25p
If Stelios is being philanthropic, is he also being shrewd?
The range includes everything from chicken curry to fairy cakes
Easyjet said passenger numbers grew by 4.6% during December
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'We are doing all we can to care for customers both at Gatwick and also in the Maldives,' says BA
'Some of them were pleased they were going to be missing school the next day, but some were looking a bit nervous'