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Delta Airlines flights resume

Computer systems crashed earlier on Monday, leaving planes grounded and passengers stranded at airports around the globe.

Computer systems crashed earlier on Monday, leaving planes grounded and passengers stranded at airports around the globe.

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Walloon rail strike halts trains in Belgium and beyond

Rail workers in Brussels and southern Belgium are carrying out a 48-hour strike which disrupting connections as far away as London and Paris. Both

Rail workers in Brussels and southern Belgium are carrying out a 48-hour strike which disrupting connections as far away as London and Paris. Both

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MEPs want more rights for air passengers

MEPs have backed a move to bolster air passengers rights in the European Union. The new rules, once approved, will make it harder for airlines to

MEPs have backed a move to bolster air passengers rights in the European Union. The new rules, once approved, will make it harder for airlines to

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New EU passenger rights

In this edition of U-talk, Ioannis, who is from Athens asks: “I am planning to travel through several EU countries this summer, mostly by coach and

In this edition of U-talk, Ioannis, who is from Athens asks: “I am planning to travel through several EU countries this summer, mostly by coach and

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Compensation when denied the right to fly

In this edition of U-talk, Päivi from Madrid asked: “I flew from Madrid to Helsinki via Berlin. I was denied boarding in Berlin because, apparently

In this edition of U-talk, Päivi from Madrid asked: “I flew from Madrid to Helsinki via Berlin. I was denied boarding in Berlin because, apparently

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Rights for disabled flight passengers

On this edition of U talk Peter from London was wondering about the rights of disabled passengers who are taking flights in Europe, he

On this edition of U talk Peter from London was wondering about the rights of disabled passengers who are taking flights in Europe, he

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Fears over Heathrow delays in run-up to Olympics

Long delays at Heathrow Airport are causing concern just three months before London hosts the Olympics. Passengers arriving from non-EU countries

Long delays at Heathrow Airport are causing concern just three months before London hosts the Olympics. Passengers arriving from non-EU countries

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MEP's vote in favour of data agreement

Personal information about passengers flying on airlines between Europe and the United States will be stored by the US. The Passenger Name

Personal information about passengers flying on airlines between Europe and the United States will be stored by the US. The Passenger Name

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Reporter's afterthought

As well as body scanners, Americans hit with “enhanced” pat downs Full-body scanners have also been causing a storm in the USA, where hundreds of

As well as body scanners, Americans hit with “enhanced” pat downs Full-body scanners have also been causing a storm in the USA, where hundreds of

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Homecoming for Costa Allegra passengers

Passengers from the stricken cruise ship Costa Allegra have been arriving home at European airports. In Rome, 36 holidaymakers touched down telling

Passengers from the stricken cruise ship Costa Allegra have been arriving home at European airports. In Rome, 36 holidaymakers touched down telling

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Spanair shuts down as bankruptcy looms

Spanish airline Spanair has ceased operations after talkover talks with Qatar Airways broke down. A message greeted callers on Saturday to the

Spanish airline Spanair has ceased operations after talkover talks with Qatar Airways broke down. A message greeted callers on Saturday to the

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Flights grounded as Spanair runs out of cash

Financial problems have grounded loss-making airline Spanair, for good. This weekend alone 380 domestic and international flights with the

Financial problems have grounded loss-making airline Spanair, for good. This weekend alone 380 domestic and international flights with the

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Flights grounded as Spain's Spanair stops trading

Financial problems have grounded loss-making Spanish airline Spanair, for good.   All flights with the Barcelona-based firm have been suspended

Financial problems have grounded loss-making Spanish airline Spanair, for good.   All flights with the Barcelona-based firm have been suspended

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Bus and coach passenger rights

More than 70 million Europeans travel by coach each year. What legal guarantees of service, similar to those of plane, train and boat passengers, are

More than 70 million Europeans travel by coach each year. What legal guarantees of service, similar to those of plane, train and boat passengers, are

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Coach passengers rights to increase

A new EU law on coach passengers’ rights will come into effect in 2013. The rules cover all long-distance scheduled passenger services, whether

A new EU law on coach passengers’ rights will come into effect in 2013. The rules cover all long-distance scheduled passenger services, whether

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Planes to Spain fly again

Spain’s air space is slowly reopening as air traffic controllers return to work after Madrid declared a state of “alert” over their wildcat

Spain’s air space is slowly reopening as air traffic controllers return to work after Madrid declared a state of “alert” over their wildcat

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Spain's air traffic controllers come under fire

Two female air traffic controllers were glad the police were on hand in their hotel, escorting them through the lobby as furious stranded travellers

Two female air traffic controllers were glad the police were on hand in their hotel, escorting them through the lobby as furious stranded travellers

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Mexicana set to stop flying

Mexicana, one of Mexico’s two major airlines is set to cease operations. The country’s transport minister has confirmed most of its planes will stop

Mexicana, one of Mexico’s two major airlines is set to cease operations. The country’s transport minister has confirmed most of its planes will stop

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Air and train passenger rights

With the summer tourism season underway, Brussels has started a campaign using posters in multiple languages, pamphlets and a new Internet site to

With the summer tourism season underway, Brussels has started a campaign using posters in multiple languages, pamphlets and a new Internet site to

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EU travellers' rights boost

A Europe-wide publicity campaign being launched in 23 languages aims to provide passengers easier access to information about their rights when they

A Europe-wide publicity campaign being launched in 23 languages aims to provide passengers easier access to information about their rights when they

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Volcano closes Iceland's airports for first time

Iceland is the latest victim of its own volcanic cloud. A change in wind direction has forced the north Atlantic country to close all main airports

Iceland is the latest victim of its own volcanic cloud. A change in wind direction has forced the north Atlantic country to close all main airports

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Ash-kicking deal jangles government and airline industry relations

The European agreement on reducing flying shutdowns came after the 27 EU transport ministers and representatives of the air transport industry had

The European agreement on reducing flying shutdowns came after the 27 EU transport ministers and representatives of the air transport industry had

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Stranded air passengers look for alternatives

Tired, fed-up and looking for plan B. It is the same desperate story at airports in the four corners of the world. Charlie McKinney had no idea

Tired, fed-up and looking for plan B. It is the same desperate story at airports in the four corners of the world. Charlie McKinney had no idea

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Eurostar slowly returns to normal

Passengers and Eurostar staff breathed a collective sigh of relief when cross-channel passenger trains finally began running again, after three days

Passengers and Eurostar staff breathed a collective sigh of relief when cross-channel passenger trains finally began running again, after three days

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Eurostar trains back running

There is light at the end of the Channel Tunnel. Several long, cold days of travel hassle for Eurostar passengers have come to an end. High-speed

There is light at the end of the Channel Tunnel. Several long, cold days of travel hassle for Eurostar passengers have come to an end. High-speed