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The flights were due to take off from Mumbai

Strike cancels Kingfisher flights

Four flights due to take off from Mumbai were cancelled after a number of Kingfisher pilots walked out strike over a pay dispute, according to reports.

The number of British nationals arrested abroad is increasing, new statistics show

Rise in Britons arrested abroad

The number of British nationals arrested abroad is increasing, new statistics show.

Rains from Tropical Storm Debby floods streets in Florida (AP Photo/John Raoux)

Tropical storm Debby hits Florida

Florida is braced for tornadoes and floods after meteorologists warned a tropical storm will hit the region.

Millions more Britons will take a summer holiday this year, compared with 2011

Millions more to travel this summer

Bad weather and sport's fatigue could give Britain's travel industry a much needed boost this year as millions more than last year take a summer holiday, a survey suggests.

Malta has welcomed viral video sensation Tom Frankenburg after he gave away a free holiday on YouTube

Malta hails viral YouTube sensation

Malta has given a first-class welcome to a man from Nottingham after he gave away a £1,000 trip following a break up with his girlfriend.

Land near Colorado Springs has been hit by wildfires

Wildfires hit Colorado Springs

Wildfires sweeping across Colorado have hit nearly two-dozen homes near the Rocky Mountain National Park.

England's Wayne Rooney in action with Ukraine's Bohdan Butko

England win sparks Euro flight race

English football fans are snapping up flights to the continent in the hope of watching their team triumph against Italy in the quarter finals of Euro 2012.

A 22-year-old man from Nottingham has given away a holiday to Malta

Winners of free Malta holiday named

A couple, only named as Dawn and Stuart, have been chosen as the winners of a £1,000 four-star Malta holiday by a music teacher from Nottingham who had booked the trip for himself and his girlfriend before they split up.

2012 will not be 'the great staycation summer', the director of a holiday lettings company has said

2012 'won't be staycation summer'

The director of holidays letting company CLC Leisure has said he is convinced that there won't be a significant drop in the number of Britons travelling abroad this year.

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