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Dominic Raab’s bodyguard leaves his gun on plane from US

A UK police protection officer who was travelling with the country's foreign secretary Dominic Raab has been suspended from duties after leaving his gun...

UK accused of ‘overseeing the demise of aviation’

A senior industry figure has said UK government ministers are “overseeing the demise of UK aviation” as job losses are proposed at Heathrow airport...

Heathrow demands end to ‘quarantine roulette’ after pre-tax loss of £1.1bn

The operator of Heathrow airport has urged the UK government to stop imposing “quarantine roulette” on travellers as it announced a pre-tax loss of...

Heathrow suffers 95% drop in passengers in June

Heathrow’s passenger numbers were down 95% year-on-year in June, with just 350,000 people travelling through the airport. Its North America and Africa markets saw the...

Heathrow boss in plea for flights to restart between ‘low risk’ countries

Industry bosses are urging the British Government to begin planning flights between “low risk” countries in order to rebuild the economy. Heathrow Airport chief executive...

Heathrow to begin temperature screening of passengers

Heathrow is to begin temperature screening of passengers, several weeks after the measure was deployed by many other major airports around the world. Chief executive...

British Airways pilots accept pay deal

British Airways pilots who are members of Balpa have accepted a revised pay offer, the union has confirmed. Some 1,700 flights due to carry nearly...

Heathrow Airport sets new record for busiest day

Heathrow experienced its busiest day on record last month, the airport announced. Some 262,000 passengers travelled through the west London hub on August 4 as...

Heathrow strike suspended ahead of pay vote

A planned strike on Tuesday by thousands of workers at Heathrow Airport has been suspended while they vote on a new pay offer. Unite had...

Strike by Heathrow workers suspended to allow more talks

A planned strike by Heathrow Airport workers on Monday has been suspended to allow further talks on resolving a pay dispute, though there will...

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