Councillors have given their backing to a new £200 million rail system linking Luton Airport with the town's Parkway station.Read the full story ›
Network Rail has imposed heat-related speed restrictions on Greater Anglia services from midday until 9pm.Read the full story ›
Rail passengers have been told the hot weather will cause disruption and cancellations to today's schedule.Read the full story ›
The low-cost carrier announced that its passengers can now use an exclusive terminal at Luton Airport.Read the full story ›
German police said no explosives were found on board a Stansted-bound easyJet flight from Slovenia that was diverted when the pilot was alerted to a "suspicious conversation" with "terrorist content".
Three British men were arrested after the flight was diverted to Cologne-Bonn Airport in Germany yesterday afternoon. They have since been released.
A backpack belonging to the men was blown up by police, but wasn't found to have contained explosives.
All 151 passengers on board were evacuated from the plane down emergency slides
Flights were suspended at the airport for three hours and passengers only arrived back at Stansted this afternoon.
Greater Anglia has announced it's to run extra trains to coincide with the Elton John concert at Portman Road in Ipswich.
They'll run two extra trains to take concert-goers home on Saturday 17th June.
An extra train will run from Ipswich to Norwich at 23.15 and from Ipswich to London Liverpool Street at 23.18.
“We know that Elton John’s concert is going to be hugely popular, so we wanted to make sure that fans could get home safely afterwards. I’m very happy that we’ve been able to put on two extra trains to coincide with the end of the concert. We will be using all of our available trains and carriages, but we are still expecting trains to be very busy on the night.”
Stansted Airport have announced plans to expand passenger numbers by ten million making it the second busiest in the country.Read the full story ›
There are major problems on the M1 southbound in Northamptonshire.
Two lanes are closed and traffic is queuing for six miles after an accident involving three lorries.
It happened between Junction 15 for Northampton and Junction 16 for Daventry.
There are severe delays on the A1 in Hertfordshire and up towards Bedfordshire after an accident in which a vehicle reportedly crossed the central reservation.
Highways England are warning of delays into the afternoon with the northbound carriageway between Junctions 4 and 6 closed (by Welwyn Garden City), and only one lane open going southbound.
It is thought a motorbike was involved in the incident, Highways England have called it a ‘serious collision’.
Diversions are in place
Trains between Cambridge and Ipswich have been suspended due to a signalling problem at Newmarket.
Great Anglia has warned services could be delayed or cancelled until at least 6pm today (Thursday).