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If you pay £6 to go to Prague on RyanAir, what do you expect?

Hurricane Fly, ridden by Ruby Walsh, winning the Irish Champion Hurdle on Sunday

Hurricane Fly defies all the doubts to clock up No 19

Hurricane Fly confirmed he will not give up his crown at Cheltenham in March without a fight after clinching a fourth successive BHP Insurance Irish Champion Hurdle and his 19th Grade One win in thrilling style at Leopardstown on Sunday.

EasyJet passengers overflow at Gatwick South Terminal

Ukip councillor: Newquay airport 'could become new venue for rock concerts'

Councillor Harry Blakeley believes the airport could even be used for go-kart racing and kite boarding

EasyJet narrows gap with Ryanair as passenger numbers take off

EasyJet flew more than 60 million passengers last year as more Britons spent Christmas overseas.

Sprinter Sacre pleased connections yesterday after his Kempton scare

Injury rules Sir Des Champs out for the season

Last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up Sir Des Champs will miss the remainder of the season after sustaining a tendon injury.

There are complaints that some airlines charge pilots up to £260 just for an interview

Even the pilots pay on some low-cost flights

Unions and novices are complaining that only the rich can afford to keep up their training

Ryanair already has a patchy reputation for customer service

Ryanair steward in four-letter rant at passenger

Incident comes after chief executive encouraged firm to soften its macho image

Riverside Theatre in full flight en route to victory at Huntingdon

Riverside back in limelight with Peterborough win

Jumping returns to its spiritual home at the natural amphitheatre in the Cotswolds today, for the latest instalment in the all-consuming soap opera whose denouement comes at the Cheltenham Festival next March, but the man-made arena quarried out at Huntingdon provided a theatre of dreams for a day when one of Nicky Henderson's old stagers revived past glories in the Grade Two Peterborough Chase.

Flights were unable to land at Stansted Airport for several hours today

Passengers face travel chaos at Stansted Airport as technical fault leaves planes unable to land

Problems started after an early-morning incoming flight caused damage to the instrument landing system

More concessions from kinder, cuddlier Ryanair as airline halves controversial excess baggage fee

Michael O'Leary has admitted that Ryanair has an 'image problem'

Simon Calder: The gift of travel – with strings attached

The man who pays his way
Christmas lights: Wow vouchers fly you to Iceland

Simon Calder: The gift of travel – with strings attached

The man who pays his way

Travel agenda

From new non-stop flights and 'Place Pins' to photo workshops and air bridges

Star turn: Cue Card and jockey Joe Tizzard outstay the chasers at Haydock Park

Cue Card leaps into Gold Cup reckoning

To his already numerous proven positive qualities, Cue Card has now added the priceless one – for a chaser aiming for the greatest glory come March, anyway – of stamina.

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