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Boeing sees plane deliveries jump as the 787 returns

Boeing said deliveries of new jetliners jumped last month – helped by the return of the long-range 787 Dreamliner – as the American aircraft...

Hong Kong To Give Away 500,000 Free Air Tickets To Boost Tourism

Hong Kong announces a big giveaway of half a million free airline tickets to lure back visitors after expert drastic drop in visitor numbers...

Berlin Airport cancels all flights amid ground staff strike

Berlin Airport has cancelled all its flights for Wednesday as ground staff go on strike to demand higher pay. The walk-out has affected about 300...

Paris trains cancelled after cables burned in ‘scandalous’ act of vandalism

Apparently deliberate fires in clusters of electrical cables have caused a series of cancellations on the Paris train network, all but shutting down services...

US fines Virgin Atlantic $1m for flights over Iraq

The US Transportation Department has fined British airline Virgin Atlantic up to $1.05 million (€970,000) for flying over restricted airspace in Iraq while operating...

Spain to require Covid-19 tests for passengers from China

Spain will require all air passengers coming from China to have negative Covid-19 tests or proof of vaccination. Health minister Carolina Darias told reporters on...

China to drop travel tracing as it relaxes ‘zero-Covid’

China is to drop a travel tracing requirement as part of its uncertain exit from its strict “zero-Covid” policies that have caused widespread dissatisfaction. At...

Chinese firm tests electric flying taxi in Dubai

A Chinese firm tested an electric flying taxi in Dubai on Monday, offering a glimpse of futuristic technology that could one day whisk people...

Judge: ‘Fake heiress’ can fight deportation on house arrest

A US immigration judge cleared the way on Wednesday for fake German heiress Anna Sorokin to be released from detention to home confinement while...

England’s Folkestone becomes new ‘hotspot of holiday hell’ as Dover disruption clears

Disruption at England's Port of Dover has cleared with traffic said to be “flowing normally”, but travellers are now facing lengthy delays at Folkestone...

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