Demonstrators have blockaded the entrance tunnel to Heathrow Airport in apparent protest at plans to build a third runway.Read the full story ›
EasyJet and British Airways have cancelled flights to and from Sharm el-Sheikh until 2016 after the Russian airliner bombing in October.Read the full story ›
The co-pilot was hospitalised and has not returned to work after the laser attack on a BA plane coming into land.Read the full story ›
There is travel disruption across the Anglia region as Storm Barney sees winds topping 60 mph.Read the full story ›
A female passenger tried to open the exit door on a Boston-bound flight from London while drunk, police have said.Read the full story ›
The latest advice for anyone planning to travel to France with news from travel operators on what services are runningRead the full story ›
Eurostar is reporting major delays to all journeys after a train hit a wild boar on the tracks in France.Read the full story ›
More than 900 flights are to be cancelled by German airline Lufthansa on Monday due to a strike, affecting 113,000 passengers.
Members of cabin crew union UFO are taking part in a week-long walk-out in a row over retirement benefits.
The union announced the walk-out at Frankfurt, Munich and Düsseldorf airports from 3.30am on Monday.
Lufthansa said 929 flights would be cancelled as a result of the industrial action.
Short and long-haul flights under the Lufthansa brand at the three airports will be affected.
Travel disruption has continued for a third day as flights have been cancelled and delayed at airports coping with the backlog caused by thick fog.
Heathrow and Gatwick airports warned flights could again be affected with departures delayed and cancelled overnight because of air traffic restrictions.
Fog is clearing this morning, however passengers should continue to check with their airline for the status of their flight.
Following yesterday’s heavy fog, we advise that you check the status of your flight with your airline before travelling to the airport (1/2)
A serious crash involving a tanker, a van and several cars has closed the westbound carriageway of the M4 in Cardiff.
The tanker hit the central reservation halfway between junction 32 for Coryton and junction 33, Cardiff West, at about 17:50 GMT on Monday.
The motorway is closed between junctions 32 and 33 and one lane has also been closed on the eastbound carriageway.
There are long queues in both directions and a diversion has been set up at junction 30.
Today is #traffichell 2hrs to get to work this morn & now 1.5hrs after leaving work still in M4 standstill traffic with no sign of moving ??
The Welsh Ambulance Service said it sent two rapid rapid response vehicles, one ambulance and a doctor.
An air ambulance cannot be called in due to the weather conditions.
M4 Closed between Junction 30 & 33 Westbound. Police in attendace. Please avoid the area until further notice. Your patience is appreciated