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Flights between the UK and Sharm el-Sheikh were suspended by the Government in November 2015
 

PM urged to resume flights to Sharm el-Sheikh

23 September 2016 08:11

Theresa May is being urged to give the go-ahead for flights to resume between the UK and Sharm el-Sheikh by the head of the cross-party parliamentary group on Egypt.

Stansted will be the low cost airline's ninth UK base

Jet2.com to fly from Stansted aiport

Budget airline Jet2.com is to open its first base in the south of England at Stansted.

 
Smoking rates have fallen further in England

Smoking rates 'lowest on record'

Smoking rates have dropped to the lowest level on record in England, new figures show, suggesting messages about the health effects of cigarettes are hitting home.

 
Concerns have been raised about the influence of alcohol on air passengers

Concerns raised over bad behaviour on planes

Concerns have been raised over flight disruptions caused by heavy drinking among passengers.

Tourism is set to grow in Iran over the next 12 months

Experts say Iran set for tourist boom

British Airways' decision to launch direct flights from London to Tehran earlier this month positions Iran as one of the hottest destinations to visit in 2017, according to experts.

Ryanair said it was forced to cancel more than 20 flights

Further French strikes lead to flight cancellations

More than 100 flights have been cancelled as French air traffic controllers go on strike again.

Supporters say the expansion would generate thousands of new jobs

Two thirds of MPs back third runway at Heathrow

Two thirds of MPs would support an expansion at Heathrow.

TripAdvisor's homepage now features a "Things to Do" widget, which allows users to enter their destination and find experiences to book.

TripAdvisor offers new activity booking service

TripAdvisor is launching a new homepage, making the booking of holiday activities and tours even easier.

Unions have called the scheme a "ridiculous idea"

Travellers face new fast lane charges

Travellers are to be charged to use fast lanes to get through passport checks in an attempt to cut queues.

A female Aedes aegypti mosquito, known to be a carrier of the Zika virus.

New advice for travellers returning from Zika-affected zones

People travelling to regions affected by the Zika virus outbreak should practise safe sex for at least half a year upon their return, health leaders say.

People queuing at Seattle Tacoma International Airport in the USA after an IT glitch hit British Airways check-in systems.

British Airways apologies after check-in glitch

British Airways is apologising to passengers for delays after an IT glitch hit check-in systems.

Scientists found the tiny magnetic nanoparticles in the brain.

Air pollution particles linked to Alzheimer's found in human brain

Tiny particles that are breathed in and taken into the brain through air pollution could trigger Alzheimer's disease, research finds.

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