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  • Drunk Air Passenger Arrests Up 50 Per Cent In UK Airports: Report

    Drunk Air Passenger Arrests Up 50 Per Cent In UK Airports: Report

    Nearly 390 air passengers were arrested at UK airports and on flights in a year for allegedly being drunk, a 50 per cent spike, according to a media report today.

  • UK To Scrap 'Outdated' Landing Cards For Indians, Others At Airports

    UK To Scrap 'Outdated' Landing Cards For Indians, Others At Airports

    Non-EU visitors including Indians arriving in the UK will soon not be required to fill the "outdated" landing cards as part of the ongoing digital transformation of border controls, the Home Office has said.

  • Human Error To Blame For British Airways Chaos: Report

    Human Error To Blame For British Airways Chaos: Report

    A maintenance worker who inadvertently switched off the power to a key supply unit led to the British Airways chaos that disrupted the travel plans of over 75,000 passengers from the UK airports last weekend.

  • Priest Arrested For Child Abuse At UK Airport

    Priest Arrested For Child Abuse At UK Airport

    A British priest accused of child sex offences was arrested at London's Luton airport on Sunday, five years after he went on the run.

  • Mother, 3 Children Arrested at UK Airport on Terror Suspicion

    Mother, 3 Children Arrested at UK Airport on Terror Suspicion

    A 30-year-old woman travelling with her three children was today arrested at Birmingham airport on suspicion of trying to flee to Syria to join Islamic State terrorists.

  • UK Joins US, France and Germany in Enhancing Airport Security Measures

    UK Joins US, France and Germany in Enhancing Airport Security Measures

    France and Germany are implementing similar measures, but only for travel to and from the United States.

  • Fire on Boeing Dreamliner at Heathrow forces another to fly back to UK airport

    Fire on Boeing Dreamliner at Heathrow forces another to fly back to UK airport

    A Boeing 787 Dreamliner had to fly back to Britain's Manchester Airport due to a "technical issue" after take-off today, an hour after a fire on another Dreamliner shut down London's Heathrow Airport.

  • Mass strikes threaten to cripple UK airports

    Mass strikes threaten to cripple UK airports

    Thousands of British schools will close and travellers will face long lines at airport immigration on Thursday when three quarters of a million workers go on strike - the first blast in what unions hope will be a summer of discontent against the cost-cutting government's austerity plans.The government hopes it will fizzle into a summer of hardheade...

  • UK airports may face fine for flight disruption: Report

    UK airports may face fine for flight disruption: Report

    Britain plans to arm itself with powers to impose heavy fines on airports for disruption of passengers' travel in the wake of Heathrow closing its runways last week during the pre-Christmas snow chaos, a top aviation official said.A new airport economic regulation bill would provide extra powers to impose fines for a wide range of service failures....

  • Travel hell at UK airports

    Travel hell at UK airports

    What do you do when you are stuck at the airport with nowhere to go - make friends with fellow travelers? Sleep on a makeshift bed? Or even try to meditate?These are some of the ways in which travellers in the UK are trying to kill time as freezing weather continues to disrupt air travel.Heathrow Airport operated a "reduced flight schedule" on Tues...

  • Twitter rant turned this man into a criminal

    Twitter rant turned this man into a criminal

    The troubles of Paul J Chambers began on a cold night in January, when his attempt to visit a woman from Northern Ireland he had met online was thwarted by a snowstorm that grounded flights at his local airport. Mr. Chambers's first reaction, as in many things in his life, was to address the issue on Twitter."Robin Hood Airport is closed," Mr. Cham...

  • UK bound Air India flights to resume from tonight

    After UK's busiest airports - Gatwick and Heathrow - reopened today, following the resurfacing of the Icelandic volcano ash clouds, Air India announced they will operate one flight (Mumbai-London) on Tuesday at 2:20 am with a 777-400 jumbo jet aircraft to accommodate both Sunday and Monday's bookings.With drifting volcanic ash from Iceland forcing ...

  • UK's busiest airports Gatwick, Heathrow reopen

    UK's busiest airports Gatwick and Heathrow have reopened from 7 am British Summer Time (11:30 am according to Indian Standard Time).But Heathrow press office says there will still be some disruptions.Earlier today, a cloud of dense ash from the Icelandic volcano forced aviation authorities to temporarily close important airports in the Netherlands ...

  • Volcanic ash aftermath: Indian flights to UK affected

    With drifting volcanic ash from Iceland forcing closure of two European airports, Kingfisher Airlines on Monday cancelled all its flights to London while Air India rescheduled its Mumbai-London flight."Having assessed the current information received from Eurocontrol, and the trends indicating anticipated closure of the airspace over London Heathth...

  • Ash cloud shuts airports in parts of Europe

    A cloud of dense ash from the volcano in Iceland resumed its havoc-making disruptions of European air travel early Monday, forcing aviation authorities to temporarily close important airports in the Netherlands and British Isles, including London Heathrow, Europe's busiest.The airspace over Heathrow was ordered closed from 1 am until 7 am London ti...

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'Uk Airports' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Drunk Air Passenger Arrests Up 50 Per Cent In UK Airports: Report

    Drunk Air Passenger Arrests Up 50 Per Cent In UK Airports: Report

    Nearly 390 air passengers were arrested at UK airports and on flights in a year for allegedly being drunk, a 50 per cent spike, according to a media report today.

  • UK To Scrap 'Outdated' Landing Cards For Indians, Others At Airports

    UK To Scrap 'Outdated' Landing Cards For Indians, Others At Airports

    Non-EU visitors including Indians arriving in the UK will soon not be required to fill the "outdated" landing cards as part of the ongoing digital transformation of border controls, the Home Office has said.

  • Human Error To Blame For British Airways Chaos: Report

    Human Error To Blame For British Airways Chaos: Report

    A maintenance worker who inadvertently switched off the power to a key supply unit led to the British Airways chaos that disrupted the travel plans of over 75,000 passengers from the UK airports last weekend.

  • Priest Arrested For Child Abuse At UK Airport

    Priest Arrested For Child Abuse At UK Airport

    A British priest accused of child sex offences was arrested at London's Luton airport on Sunday, five years after he went on the run.

  • Mother, 3 Children Arrested at UK Airport on Terror Suspicion

    Mother, 3 Children Arrested at UK Airport on Terror Suspicion

    A 30-year-old woman travelling with her three children was today arrested at Birmingham airport on suspicion of trying to flee to Syria to join Islamic State terrorists.

  • UK Joins US, France and Germany in Enhancing Airport Security Measures

    UK Joins US, France and Germany in Enhancing Airport Security Measures

    France and Germany are implementing similar measures, but only for travel to and from the United States.

  • Fire on Boeing Dreamliner at Heathrow forces another to fly back to UK airport

    Fire on Boeing Dreamliner at Heathrow forces another to fly back to UK airport

    A Boeing 787 Dreamliner had to fly back to Britain's Manchester Airport due to a "technical issue" after take-off today, an hour after a fire on another Dreamliner shut down London's Heathrow Airport.

  • Mass strikes threaten to cripple UK airports

    Mass strikes threaten to cripple UK airports

    Thousands of British schools will close and travellers will face long lines at airport immigration on Thursday when three quarters of a million workers go on strike - the first blast in what unions hope will be a summer of discontent against the cost-cutting government's austerity plans.The government hopes it will fizzle into a summer of hardheade...

  • UK airports may face fine for flight disruption: Report

    UK airports may face fine for flight disruption: Report

    Britain plans to arm itself with powers to impose heavy fines on airports for disruption of passengers' travel in the wake of Heathrow closing its runways last week during the pre-Christmas snow chaos, a top aviation official said.A new airport economic regulation bill would provide extra powers to impose fines for a wide range of service failures....

  • Travel hell at UK airports

    Travel hell at UK airports

    What do you do when you are stuck at the airport with nowhere to go - make friends with fellow travelers? Sleep on a makeshift bed? Or even try to meditate?These are some of the ways in which travellers in the UK are trying to kill time as freezing weather continues to disrupt air travel.Heathrow Airport operated a "reduced flight schedule" on Tues...

  • Twitter rant turned this man into a criminal

    Twitter rant turned this man into a criminal

    The troubles of Paul J Chambers began on a cold night in January, when his attempt to visit a woman from Northern Ireland he had met online was thwarted by a snowstorm that grounded flights at his local airport. Mr. Chambers's first reaction, as in many things in his life, was to address the issue on Twitter."Robin Hood Airport is closed," Mr. Cham...

  • UK bound Air India flights to resume from tonight

    After UK's busiest airports - Gatwick and Heathrow - reopened today, following the resurfacing of the Icelandic volcano ash clouds, Air India announced they will operate one flight (Mumbai-London) on Tuesday at 2:20 am with a 777-400 jumbo jet aircraft to accommodate both Sunday and Monday's bookings.With drifting volcanic ash from Iceland forcing ...

  • UK's busiest airports Gatwick, Heathrow reopen

    UK's busiest airports Gatwick and Heathrow have reopened from 7 am British Summer Time (11:30 am according to Indian Standard Time).But Heathrow press office says there will still be some disruptions.Earlier today, a cloud of dense ash from the Icelandic volcano forced aviation authorities to temporarily close important airports in the Netherlands ...

  • Volcanic ash aftermath: Indian flights to UK affected

    With drifting volcanic ash from Iceland forcing closure of two European airports, Kingfisher Airlines on Monday cancelled all its flights to London while Air India rescheduled its Mumbai-London flight."Having assessed the current information received from Eurocontrol, and the trends indicating anticipated closure of the airspace over London Heathth...

  • Ash cloud shuts airports in parts of Europe

    A cloud of dense ash from the volcano in Iceland resumed its havoc-making disruptions of European air travel early Monday, forcing aviation authorities to temporarily close important airports in the Netherlands and British Isles, including London Heathrow, Europe's busiest.The airspace over Heathrow was ordered closed from 1 am until 7 am London ti...

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