There is uncertainty over Cornwall's airlink to London after Flybe announced the sale of its Gatwick airport slots. The Exeter-based airline has sold its landing times to Easyjet.
Flybe's service will come to an end in 2014. Easyjet says it can't confirm whether it will continue the route until later this year. Managing Director of Flybe Europe, Mike Rutter, says high charges at Gatwick forced the sale:
Skybus flights to/from the Isles of Scilly cancelled due to strong winds. Passengers advised to contact the airline.
People parking at Newquay Airport will now have to pay a pound to stay there for just five minutes.
The new tariff was introduced on Monday. Other local airports including Exeter and Bristol also charge a pound for drop off parking.
The local MP Stephen Gilbert has called the move bonkers and says he's concerned that roads outside the airport will become dangerous because of people jumping out to avoid the charge.
Icons from Britain's aviation history go on display in Newquay today. Classic planes from the 1950s and 60s - some of them saved from the scrapyard - are starting a new life at a museum at the airport.
As well as seeing the planes on the ground, visitors will also get the chance to go up in some of them.
Some of the pioneer aircraft which shaped Britain's aviation industry are going on display in Cornwall.
Classic planes from the 1950s and 60s have been brought together in a museum at Newquay Airport. Some of them have been saved from the scrapyard.
Flights are still being diverted to and from Newquay Airport due to a waterlogged runway at Lands End. The airport had reopened on Monday morning but following more rain, Skybus have again halted operations.
Flights will be operating to/from Newquay Airport until at least Monday 18 February.
Flights between the Isles of Scilly and Lands End will continue to be diverted to Newquay Airport until Saturday 9th February at the earliest. This is because of a waterlogged runway at Lands End.
The St Mawes to Falmouth passenger ferry service has been suspended for the rest of today due to severe weather conditions.
Delays are also possible to flights to and from Newquay Airport due to adverse weather.
Meanwhile, snow ploughs and blowers are continuing to clear the A39 in Somerset, which has been one of the worst hit roads in the region.
Skybus will continue to operate flights to the Isles of Scilly via Newquay Airport up to and including Monday 21st January 2013, when the situation will be reviewed.
Further rain has been predicted to fall at Land’s End Airport in the coming days. With the ground already saturated it is still too wet to operate scheduled services from the airfield.
– Airbus spokesman
We need a longer period of reasonable weather to allow the airfield to dry out and that is unlikely in the coming days so we will continue to operate via Newquay until at least Monday of next week.