Sam Warburton signs an autograph after arriving at Heathrow Airport

British and Irish Lions 2013: Sam Warburton leads the victorious Lions home

Warburton and the rest of the squad touchdown at Heathrow Airport as Test series winners

Controversial 'passenger profiling' techniques should be introduced in the UK

Target certain people using controversial passenger profiling, says former airport security chief Ian Hutcheson

Controversial “passenger profiling” techniques which could see some travellers singled out for extra checks because of their race or age should be introduced in the UK, according to the former head of security at Britain’s leading airports.

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A summer break in Toronto

Dreamliner's bumpy flight continues as LOT cancels flight

The first European carrier to operate Boeing's £150 million flagship Dreamliner jet continues with the news that the 787 has faced technical glitches this week.

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

CAA to tighten air-lease rules safety

British carriers who rent foreign planes in busy periods are likely to face tougher safety checks

Great getaways: Little Red sale; BA sale; 'Musical road trips; Scilly offer

Empty legs: Virgin Atlantic’s domestic airline, Little Red, is filling seats from Heathrow to Scotland with a short-term seat sale. Just in time for the Fringe, there are returns to Edinburgh for £97 – the lowest BA fare is £111. To Aberdeen, Virgin’s fare is £99 (£150 on BA). Book by 9 July for travel between 15 July and 1 September (virgin-atlantic.com).

The HS2 project is bitterly opposed by some MPs

Building more is not the easy answer. If it was, we'd have done it already

With each new growth-friendly infrastructure project comes a thousand caveats

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.

Chief Executive of Ryanair Michael O'Leary

TV review: Flights and Fights: Inside the Low Cost Airlines, BBC2

Bi-Curious Me, Channel 4

Balfour wins £56m Qatar engineering job

Balfour Beatty has snaffled a £56m highways contract in Qatar.

The victor, Gareth Evans (left) with writer Samuel Muston

Bottoms up at the mile-high cocktail contest

Contenders for the Diageo World Class Bartender contest had an added challenge this year: to shake up a drink that still tasted good in mid-air. Samuel Muston joined them on board.

Kevin Maxwell, who suffered homophobia during his time with the Met

Kevin Maxwell: 'I was meant to be the future. I ticked the boxes'

A gay and mixed race former police officer has told the Commons about the mistreatment to which he was subjected by the Met

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