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Take-off was aborted and passengers evacuated

Airliner aborts take-off due to 'smoke' in cabin

A Flybe flight was forced to abort take-off due to the cabin filling with "smoke" while it was accelerating along the runway at Exeter Airport.

The new route is the first direct flight from London to Stornoway

First London-Stornoway flights announced

Holidaymakers will soon be able to take advantage of the first direct flight from London to Scotland's Western Isles after Loganair announced three new routes.

British Airways is marking its 100th year of operation

BA reveals latest retro design to mark centenary

British Airways has revealed the second of its series of retro liveries being recreated as part of the airline's 100th birthday celebrations.

It is not unusual for people to travel on other people's passports

Man stranded after pal Czechs in on wrong passport

A British man accidentally used the wrong passport to fly from Prague to the UK, leaving his friend stranded in the Czech capital.

Flybmi operated routes to 25 European cities

Flybmi collapse fuelled by 'Brexit challenges'

Hundreds of passengers have had their travel plans cancelled following the collapse of airline flybmi.

A no-deal Brexit could have serious implications for the aviation industry

Flights cancelled amid Brexit uncertainty

Holidaymakers were left fuming after a "lack of clarity" over Brexit led a Romanian airline to cancel flights from Liverpool's John Lennon Airport.

The couples enjoyed several days off in Buenos Aires

BA marks Valentine Day with loved-up long haul flight

British Airways celebrated Valentine's Day with a special flight where all members of the cabin crew were couples who work for the airline.

Japan will play host to the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Cancer-beating granddad cycling from Twickenham to Tokyo

A grandfather who has battled three types of cancer is cycling from Twickenham to Tokyo in time for the Rugby World Cup - all in aid of charity.

Delicious fish and Chips take away meal enjoyed on the beach

Could chip shop changes help tackle obesity?

Lovers of traditional fish and chips are embracing a more health-conscious version of their favourite food, a new study suggests.