Some like it hot: more passengers are Dubai-bound

Simon Calder: The heat is on for Dubai, not Scotland

The man who pays his way

Travel agenda

From Chilean Patagonia to luxury bell tents and Dr Who at Heathrow

Michael O’Leary, chief executive of Ryanair

London's three main airports EACH need a new runway, says Ryanair chief

Michael O'Leary wades in as deadline nears for submissions on aviation capacity

Stowaway found dead in landing gear of plane at Heathrow

The body of a stowaway has been found in the landing gear of a plane at Heathrow Airport.

'Thermal event' in lithium battery behind Dreamliner fire at Heathrow

Investigators urge US operators to remove device powered by battery until safety fix can be found

Three people were killed and more than 180 injured in the crash

Asiana San Francisco runway crash survivors
to sue Boeing

Seatbelts and collapsing seats said to have  exacerbated injuries of 83 people

Torchbearer and London Underground employee John Light carrying the Olympic Flame onto an underground train at Wimbledon Station, London

Olympics legacy: Yes, there were fewer visitors. But the Games were better for tourism than anyone dared to hope

Last year wasn’t a brilliant one for  the British tourist industry. Yet the  future may be considerably brighter as a result. Simon Calder reports

Heathrow bosses detail three options for third airport runway

Simon Calder summarises the south-east airport expansion options - and gives his odds on their chances

Transmitter suspected as cause of Dreamliner fire that brought Heathrow to a halt

An emergency locator transmitter problem may have caused the fire on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane that caused disruption last week at Heathrow airport, it was revealed today.

Heathrow plus one An extra runway north of the A4 at Sipson has been ditched in favour of an extra southern runway

Government should turn Heathrow into homes and open new airport on Kent's Isle of Grain, says Boris Johnson

London Mayor dismisses adding extra runways at Heathrow and Gatwick as 'intellectual culs-de-sac'

The Business Matrix: Monday 15 July 2013

Heathrow rules out fourth runway

Boeing's 787 Dreamliner: It wasn't batteries that caused fire say officials

British officials say links to any battery-related problems have been ruled out

On the tarmac: The Ethiopian Airways plane at the centre of Friday’s chaos at Heathrow

Dreamliner fire hits Boeing's fortunes

The 787, launched as the world's most eco-friendly plane, may be grounded for a second time

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Leigh Halfpenny (right) and Alex Cuthbert arrive at Heathrow

In-demand British and Irish Lions star Leigh Halfpenny set to be tempted by lucrative French offers

Cardiff Blues fight for Lions' man of series but will struggle to see off Top 14 clubs

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