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More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.
The big summer holiday getaway has literally failed to get off the ground for thousands of people at Barcelona airport.
A solar-powered airplane lands in Spain on Thursday morning (June 23) after its trans-Atlantic flight on the latest leg of its globe-circling voyage.
German airline Lufthansa and Latin American carrier Latam plan to suspend flights to Venezuela due to its worsening economic situation.
This is the world’s biggest plane touching down in Australia for the first time. Thousands of people turned out in Perth to see the landing. The
As expected the European Commission, in a wide-ranging press conference to outline major changes to immigration, asylum and refugee policy, is
There is bad news for air passengers in Germany, with strike action causing major disruption at airports. Lufthansa was set to cancel almost 900
It had to happen, and now it has. After several near-misses and warnings from pilots and plane companies, a drone has hit a passenger jet trying to
After a tempestuous build-up, the first direct Air France Paris-Tehran flight in eight years has safely landed in the Iranian capital. Air France has
Stranded passengers have voiced anger over protest action by air traffic controllers
Flights at Brussels Airport gradually increase, two weeks after the terror attacks. Security is tight, with new check-in procedures.
Belgian airport police threaten strike action over airport reopening due to 'lax security'.
Security is being tightened at European airports following the Brussels attacks, with the airport there now closed until the weekend. In France the
After Tuesday's terror attacks, travellers in Brussels have been subject to a major security operation with troops and police checking bags leading to long delays at stations.
The world’s longest aircraft is to make its first flight later this year, it has been announced. Named the Airlander 10, it spans more than six
About a third of flights have been cancelled at French airports as air traffic controllers strike over caps on recruitment and lack of investment in
This week on Utalk, Anita in London asked: “One year after a Germanwings co-pilot deliberately crashed his plane, what measures have been taken to
Ryanair expands in Greece. We talks to CEO Michael O'Leary, who in the past has criticised the country's government. And Didi Kuaidi, the hugely popular ride-hailing app you've probably never hear of.
The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) is calling for tougher legislation to crackdown on the use of lasers after a laser beam forced a
A blast that punched a hole in the fuselage of a Somalian passenger jet was caused by a bomb, meant to kill everyone on board, according to the
Have you ever had the feeling that it costs more to get to an airport than your plane ticket? Well, it’s not just a feeling – our research shows it’s
Hundreds of people gathered in the small Swiss city of Chateau d’Oex for the start of its 38th international festival of hot air balloons, which saw
A transatlantic flight from Miami, Florida to the Milan, Italy has been diverted to Newfoundland in Canada after hitting severe turbulence. The
Some disruption was reported at Stockholm’s Arlanda airport after a security alert early on Tuesday. Sweden’s The Local reported that police were
This week on Utalk, Anna in Brussels asks: “I will be travelling by plane for Christmas. What can I carry in my hand luggage? And what should
Greece’s left wing government has taken its first step towards large-scale privatisation – one of the key conditions of its bailout deals. German