The Government is to choose which scheme to back after a review of the UK's airport capacity. Here are the three shortlisted options.Read the full story ›
The Government's long-awaited decision on which scheme - Heathrow or Gatwick - should get the go-ahead will finally be announced later.Read the full story ›
The Government will deliver a statement on its plans for airport expansion in south east England to MPs before midday on Tuesday.
A Number 10 spokeswoman confirmed Transport Secretary Chris Grayling will speak in Parliament at around 11.30am on the issue which has led to fierce Cabinet debate after decades of disagreement.
Mr Grayling said on Sunday any of the three options - new runways at Heathrow or Gatwick, or extending an existing runway at Heathrow - would "open up new opportunities" for Britain post Brexit.
Theresa May will have to offer a free vote if she backs a new runway for Heathrow to avoid clashing with members of her cabinet, an MP says.Read the full story ›
"I saw a lot of smoke come out from the tail-end of the aircraft. I wondered if it was normal, whether it was just exhaust fumes."Read the full story ›
Pilots reporting lasers being shone at aircraft while flying occurred more than three times a day on average last year, new figures show.Read the full story ›
Easter travellers could face delays at airports, train stations and ports as security has been stepped up, the Government is warning.Read the full story ›
A 25-year-old woman who was travelling with her one-year-old son, has been arrested at Heathrow Airport on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, West Midlands Police said.
The woman was detained at Heathrow after leaving flight from Turkey by officers from West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit at approx 9pm.
The woman, who was travelling with her 1-year-old son, was also arrested on suspicion of child neglect and child abduction.
Her arrest was pre planned and intelligence led. There was no threat to the safety of the flight or the airport.
Richard Deakin, chief executive of Nats, the company responsible for controlling British airspace, has admitted his pay is likely to be affected following the technical glitch that caused airspace chaos on Friday.
He told the BBC's Radio 4 Today programme: "The pay arrangements in Nats and the performance-related pay is obviously linked into the service that we provide to customers.
"The incident that occured on Friday will obviously have an impact on that."
Labour MP Paul Flynn said Mr Deakin should be stripped of his bonus this year after it was revealed in The Sunday Times that he earns more than £1 million after receiving a 45% pay rise in the last 12 months.