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As airport security checks are now underway, here is what you need to know about taking your devices abroad.
Services through the Channel Tunnel using one of the two running tunnels, were able to continue but Eurotunnel warned that services were being delayed, with hold-ups possibly lasting for the rest of the day.
– Eurotunnel statement
The evacuated passengers are now at the French terminal and are waiting for the affected train to arrive so they can get their cars
We are advising people who don't need to travel today to travel on another day. There are queues building up and travellers should expect delays throughout the day.
Hundreds of passengers have had to be evacuated from a broken-down train in the Channel Tunnel this morning, leading to long delays for travellers at London St Pancras.
CHANNEL TUNNEL update: Shuttle train passengers being evacuated after overhead power lines apparently came down. http://t.co/RwiXjmhcvG
The French-bound Eurotunnel passenger shuttle train came to a halt about a quarter of the way through the tunnel after a problem with the overhead power line. 382 passengers and four dogs were evacuated and taken on to the French terminal.
Uncharged phones and laptops will be barred from planes going to the US under new security measures, the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said.
The new rules come amid growing concern about the increased capability of al-Qaeda affiliates in Yemen and Syria, and the threat the foreign fighters of Syria pose to the home countries.
Officials in the US say some passengers at overseas airports will be asked to turn on their phones under new security measures.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said it will require some foreign airports to order passengers to turn on devices such as mobile phones. Any that do not power up will not be allowed on flights to the US, and those travellers may have to undergo additional screening.
Passenger Phil Jackson has only received one of his 5 bags after landing in Bogota. Day 6 into his 2 week holiday with a group of friends, he is still waiting for 3 pieces of luggage.
He should have left the capital of Columbia as part of his multi-stop trip but instead, is having to wait around to find out what will happen with his luggage. Some of his friends have moved on to avoid losing out on their pre-booked flights and trips.
It was only a couple of days ago too that he discovered that it was not the airline's fault his luggage had gone missing but was in fact due to massive problems at the baggage systems at Heathrow's Terminal 5.
A Heathrow Airport spokeswoman said "it will take several days" for all of the passengers affected by a computer glitch to receive their luggage.
– Heathrow spokeswoman
We experienced intermittent issues with the T5 baggage system between June 26 and 29 which caused some bags to be processed manually. Passengers can now check in bags as normal.
Manual processing led to some bags not making flights in time. While passengers are receiving bags all the time, it will take several days to reunite all passengers with their bags.
We are very sorry for the disruption passengers have experienced and we are working round the clock with airlines to reunite passengers with their bags as quickly as possible.
A Heathrow Terminal 5 computer glitch has meant some passengers have still not received their luggage days after the problem started.
The technical error began on Thursday and has affected departing British Airways passengers.
Some of the affected travellers had to fly without their hold luggage and many have still not received their bags yet despite normal baggage check-in resuming at T5.
The terminal opened in March 2008 when thousands of bags went missing and there were long delays and cancellations.
Plunging petrol prices mean British holidaymakers will be able to do more miles for less cash when driving abroad this summer.
The biggest price falls have been in France, with petrol down 15% and diesel dipping 18% compared with last year, according to Post Office Travel Money.
Spain's prices have also fallen - with petrol down 4.8% and diesel down 4.3%.
Two tiny European countries - Andorra and Luxembourg - currently offer the cheapest fuel.
Petrol is just £1.04 a litre in Andorra, with diesel at 94p, while petrol in Luxembourg costs £1.11 and diesel 99p.