Luton Airport and one of its contractors has been ordered to pay £373,000 in fines and costs over the death of a passenger.
Luton Airport is celebrating its 75th anniversary today.
Two men have been found guilty of shooting two teenagers dead in an alleyway in Milton Keynes.
It was perhaps best known for its television advert with Lorraine Chase. Yes, it has helped fly millions to holidays and celebrations around the world.
But now Luton Airport is enjoying a party all of its own - its 75th birthday. Today it celebrated in style.
The Luton airport website reports: "Owing to technical issues with Air Traffic Control, flights in or out of London Luton Airport may be affected.
"Passengers are advised to check in for their flights as normal."
There's possible disruption to some flights in the south of England due to technical problems with air traffic control.
Because of technical problems at the Swanwick air traffic control centre there are currently restrictions on the number of flights operating across the south of England, which will cause delays to some flights.
Stansted and Luton airports are advising passengers to check before they travel due to possible delays caused by the snow.
Protesters have staged a rally in Luton calling for tighter controls on night flights from Luton Airport.
The group is campaigning against plans to double the number of fights between 10pm and midnight and bring early departures forward to five in the morning.
A thousand signature petition was handed to airport owners Luton Borough Council.
Managers at Luton Airport have apologised unreservedly for a social media gaffe on Facebook after posting a picture of a plane crash in America.
The image was accompanied by the comment about how the airport was dealing with ice and snow. But staff hadn't realised that the image was of a crash which resulted in the death of a child.
Click below to watch a report by ITV Anglia's Matthew Hudson:
Luton Airport has apologised for putting a picture of a plane crash at another airport on its Facebook page. The image appeared for just a few minutes but attracted a number of adverse comments from other Facebook users.
The image was accompanied by the comment: "Because we are such a super airport....this is what we prevent you from when it snows......Weeeee :)"
A spokesperson for Luton Airport said: "We apologise unreservedly. The post was wholly unacceptable and it will never happen again."
The image used was an incident at Chicago's Midway airport in 2005 when a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 slid off the end of the runway after landing in heavy snow. A child in a car was killed in the accident.
Luton based airline easyJet is to create 330 new jobs for pilots this year across its 11 UK bases, which include Southend, Luton and Stansted.
The company says it offers a clear career path for pilots with the potential to move from first officer to captain more quickly than other airlines.