Unite said members employed by dnata at Heathrow & Gatwick voted by more than 4-1 in favour of walkouts.Read the full story ›
116,700 passengers are expected to leave from Heathrow on Dec 19, with 698,438 passengers heading off between 19th December and Xmas day.Read the full story ›
People living beneath the flight path in Kent heard a loud bang. A short time later the plane turned back.Read the full story ›
A man who was arrested on Boris Johnson's flight back from Kuala Lumpur today has been charged.
43 year old David Owen Morris, from Aldershot in Surrey, was charged with a number of offences including assault by beating and being drunk on a aeroplane.
He will appear at Uxbridge Magistrates Court on December 18th.
The passenger was on a United Airlines flight from Heathrow to the US, which landed at Newark Airport in New Jersey yesterday evening.Read the full story ›
The Airports Commission has published for public consultation an assessment of the three airport expansion options.Read the full story ›
A swan, reluctant to the leave the runway at Heathrow, put the staff in a flap last week.
It took a member of the airside safety team more than 20 minutes to get the bird clear of the runway so the queue of waiting planes could begin taking off.
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The driver of this car at Heathrow Airport may be wishing he thought twice about his choice of personal number plate.
A Volvo packed with suitcases was spotted with the registration E8 OLA. Amid the ongoing global Ebola crisis it has - not surprisingly - been attracting some attention.
This month screening to counter the threat from Ebola started at Britain's biggest airport amid doubts over how the checks are being enforced. The checks also cover Gatwick airport and Eurostar rail terminals as the death toll in west Africa continues to rise.
Passengers flying from Heathrow last night faced delays after a computer glitch.
A spokeswoman for the busy London airport said staff had to manually process passengers' baggage "for about an hour" during the incident in which an IT system was down.
She said the problem, which affected all terminals but mainly terminals three and five, caused "some disruption" and has now been resolved.