A taxi has crashed into Heathrow's Terminal Five after the driver suffered a heart attack behind the wheel.
Emergency services were called to the scene early this morning. The driver, believed to be in his 60s, was taken to hospital.
Hundreds of residents turned out to protest against plans to expand Gatwick Airport today.
People from across West Sussex and Surrey met at midday to fight proposals for a second runway. Locals say the increase in aircraft noise is damaging their quality of life. The Campaign Against Gatwick Noise says the situation is already intolerable:
The investment firm that had been in negotiations with Thanet District Council over a Compulsory Purchase Order of the Manston Airport site, has expressed its disappointment that the plan has been shelved.
Last night councillors from Thanet District Council met. They said they had postponed plans to buy and reopen the former airport in Kent. They added that the decision followed legal advice that their proposals were not financially sound.
Niall Lawlor from RiverOak Investment Corp. said the firm is going to carry on pushing for the project to go ahead.
Meanwhile the current owners of the airport say they will press ahead with plans for a housing and business development.
Thanet District Council has postponed plans to buy and re-open the former Manston Airport site in Kent.
Councillors met last night having had legal advice that their proposals were not financially sound. But executives from RiverOak, a US investment corporation which backs the reopening of the airport, say they're determined to carry on with their plans.
The boss of Eurostar today condemned angry protests over recent weekends at St Pancras - in support of the Calais migrants - which are aimed at disrupting services.
Eurostar's Chief Executive, Nicolas Petrovic, says the protestors intimidated rail passengers - and it was wrong to target the company. Speaking to ITV Meridian, Mr Petrovic apologised for the recent disruption, and said the French and British Governments must work together to find a solution to secure the tracks.
The company said revenue is down - even though passenger numbers are up. Here's our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
There's big money in the South East's vineyards. They're not quite at a level to rival the slopes of Tuscany or the plantations of South West France, but what started as almost a cottage industry 30 years ago, is now a multi-million pound money-spinner. Nashreen Issa reports.
The first new rail line linking a major city with London for 100 years has been opened in the Thames Valley today. Chiltern Railways have spent £130m on an extension of their Marylebone mainline from Bicester to a new Oxford Parkway station near Kidlington. The Prime Minister said today marked a series of 'firsts'.
The first new rail line linking a major city with London for 100 years has been opened in the Thames Valley today. And David Cameron was there to mark the occasion. Chiltern Railways have built a £130m extension of their Marylebone mainline from Bicester to a new Oxford Parkway station near Kidlington. But protests over bats and noise mean plans to take the line to Oxford City centre have been delayed. Mike Pearse reports.
Flybe has launched a daily route to Dusseldorf in Germany as part of its new winter schedule. It will operate throughout the winter until 26 March 2016. To celebrate the new service, passengers and flight crew were welcomed with gingerbread men, a well-known German delicacy often seen in German Christmas markets.
The first commuter train from Oxford Parkway has arrived in London seven minutes late. Signalling problems on the Marylebone line led to minor delays.