"That time when you help restrain and handcuff a nutter at 40,000ft."Read the full story ›
The British Airways flight from Amsterdam had a laser shone at it as it came in to land on Monday but police said it was not put in danger.Read the full story ›
Increasingly powerful lasers can blind, dazzle and distract pilots amid critical stages of flying - even after the beams leave the cockpit.Read the full story ›
Police are investigating the source of the beam that was shone into the cockpit.Read the full story ›
The flight, which was two hours into its trip from London to Chicago, was met by fire engines on the runway after being forced to fly back.Read the full story ›
A man has stabbed himself in the head at Heathrow Airport in front of horrified passengers.Read the full story ›
British Airways has threatened to move its operations abroad if the government decides to go ahead with its Heathrow expansion plan.Read the full story ›
Further analysis of the environmental impact of airport expansion is needed before a final decision can be made, ministers have said.
The government has now postponed their final ruling to allow for more assessment of noise levels and air quality, as campaigners argue the new runway would end up breaking pollution limits.
ITV News business editor Joel Hills reports:
Business leaders have slammed the government for being "gutless" and "weak" by further delaying a decision on whether to build a third runway at Heathrow.
David Cameron had promised to make a decision on which airport would be expanded by the end of the year, and the Airports Commission recommended it be Heathrow - but ministers have now postponed the decision until at least next summer.
ITV News deputy political editor Chris Ship reports: