Should passengers who've paid to travel first class be spared the cries of an infant?
You're not young and free forever.
Europe is always a good idea.
It's every man for himself
'We believe she survived heroically for a period of time, in terrible circumstances. History needs to tell her story right'
Our travel correspondent, Simon Calder, outlines the prospects for getting refunds and rearranging holidays when a carrier closes down
To keep their jobs, there are some things flight attendants just can't tell passengers, even if they want to.
Giorgio Destro is suing Emirates airline after ‘having to stand in the aisle and sit on seats reserved for cabin crew’
The aircraft, which carries more than 600 people in some configurations, has proved very popular with passengers, but with only 200 built, it has failed to meet manufacturer’s sales expectations
Get your holiday off to a flying start by choosing the right airline for you
The new 777X wide-body mini-jumbo jet will follow on from the Dreamliner
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Maryam and Erum Masood, pilots at Pakistan International Airlines, became the first sisters to pilot 777s simultaneously
Maryam, Sakina and Ali Dharas say they were victims of racial profiling
Plans described as “disappointing and outrageous”, by Commons Transport Committee MP
'Abusive' woman berates and swears at family as eight-year-old cries