As British Airways re-launches services from Heathrow to Tehran, and US airlines reconnect with Cuba, Simon Calder considers the air routes that don’t exist
Thousands march in Manchester and demonstrate in several English cities on the five year anniversary of Mark Duggan’s death and London riots
The Prime Minister said in 2009 that 'we need a better Heathrow, not a bigger Heathrow'
American security officials said the threat was not believed to be credible
The 29-year-old man is accused of possessing information which could be useful to a person preparing an act of terrorism
British Airways said it was trying 'to get customers checked-in as quickly as possible'
Jet forced to land in Kazakhstan
'The actions of this man were irresponsible and could have caused a serious incident'
Campaigners warn British legal system's long-standing tolerance towards non-violent action is under threat
DXB, as it is coded, handled a record 78 million travellers in 2015 - an average of one passenger flying in or out every 2.5 seconds
The plane was landed safely despite 'close call'
The perfectly turned cravats and flawless hair belie rigorous training in not just service but safety and medicine, from fainting to heart attacks and childbirth
The EU referendum, US presidential race, May's elections across the UK and key decisions on Trident and airport expansion will all have a significant impact on domestic politics in 2016
The number of Tube users of the station is likely to exceed 100m by the end of 2015, with rail passengers at almost the same level
Two cabin crew members reportedly disarmed the man
Witnesses reportedly heard a 'terrible sound' as an item of hand luggage struck the man’s head