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New aviation minister Robert Goodwill opposed third runway at Heathrow

Minister staged ceremony at his Yorkshire home to show solidarity with local Heathrow homeowners over plans over airport expansion

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Joint committee on human rights criticise right to detain travellers and raid their data

Sir Richard Branson lifted his Harris Tweed Kilt at Edinburgh airport in April to launch the new route from London

Virgin domestic flights a ‘disaster’ as passengers stick with no-frills rivals

Flights branded as 'Little Red' have experienced low sales

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UK e-Borders scheme: 'Catalogue of chaos' as 649,000 border alerts about possible drug and tobacco smuggling deleted

Home Secretary, Theresa May, accused of presiding over a 'catalogue of chaos' at ports and airports

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A health warning that could stall debate on expansion of our airports

For those keen to see expansion, the report is more than an unwelcome irritation

Why living near an airport could be bad for your health

Studies reveal link between areas with high noise pollution and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke among residents

Schoolboy stuck in Adu Dhabi for 18 months due to fear of flying finally arrives back home - thanks to hypnotherapy

British 12-year-old finally flies home after phobia traps him in UAE

Sir Howard Davies: 'Additional capacity will need to be provided'

We need additional capacity': Airports chief Sir Howard Davies clears the fog (a little) over airport expansion for South East England

He confirmed to The Independent that it was possible he could propose both a second runway at Gatwick and a third runway at Heathrow

Passengers at Heathrow 'face £1bn fares hike'

Airlines yesterday warned that passengers at Heathrow would be hit by £1bn in extra fares over five years after the regulator ignored their demands for a 10 per cent cut in landing charges.

Proposed new rules on pilots’ working hours could lead to air crews flying while 'dangerously fatigued', union officials have warned

British pilots will be ‘dangerously fatigued’ under proposed EU law, says union

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Check-in baggage delays at Heathrow Terminal 5 for British Airways passengers

Travellers with check-in luggage were unable to fly after technical problem

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