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Heathrow has cancelled flights owing to “greater passenger numbers than the airport can serve”.

Passenger counts at Heathrow have exceeded the airport's maximum capacity again today, forcing the management to cancel more flights. Customers who have been affected should be informed by their airline. Some passengers, on the other hand, did not learn of the cancellations until they arrived at London's main airport, Gatwick. A...

Risk of additional BA strikes as more employees are consulted.

As unions talk with more British Airways employees about the possibility of wage-related strikes, industrial action might expand across the country. About 700 Heathrow Airport employees, primarily check-in personnel, have already decided to strike during the summer vacation. However, the GMB and Unite unions are advising engineers and call center employees...

Due to a malfunctioning landing gear, a plane crashes and explodes into flames upon arrival at Miami International Airport.

A plane carrying 126 people caught fire after it was forced to make an emergency landing at Miami International Airport due to malfunctioning front landing gear. The jet is captured on film skidding on its belly and slamming into its nose before coming to a rest and catching fire on...

Due to the presence of drones in the area, East Midlands Airport was forced to divert flights.

The airport's runway had to be closed, forcing several flights to be rerouted to other airports. The drones were sighted near the Download Festival venue at Donington Park this weekend. After drones were discovered nearby, East Midlands Airport had to close its runway and divert several planes. The disruption was caused...

“Absolute disregard for consumer rights” by airlines as flight chaos threatens summer vacation

A parliamentary committee criticizes airlines for the recent holiday disruption and learns that the regulator has failed to address years of abuse by airlines regarding their obligations to passengers. A consumer rights expert has accused airlines of blatantly disregarding consumer rights in light of the recent flight chaos, which threatens...

COVID-19: US drops pre-travel testing requirements

The guidelines were implemented by Joe Biden's administration last year, and they were strengthened in November to help control the spread of Omicron. On Sunday, however, travelers will no longer be required to provide evidence of a negative coronavirus test. No longer will travelers visiting the United States be required...

After Saudi Arabia announces a reform of pilgrimage entry, the UK hajj travel industry in the UK is at risk of collapsing.

A new site eliminates the need for UK-based agents who organize the trip for some 25,000 British Muslims annually. Under the Package Travel Regulations, companies that have consumers with existing reservations will be required to issue refunds. A Twitter account that usually posts updates about the two holy mosques in...

Thousands of British citizens were left stranded at airports due to aircraft cancellation turmoil.

Sunday's cancellations at Gatwick Airports were dominated by EasyJet flights, but British Airways, Wizz Air, and Vueling aircraft were also affected. Major European rail terminals, such as Gard Du Nord in Paris, are also experiencing a significant increase in passenger volume, which is exacerbated by a power outage. Sunday, easyJet canceled...

Thousands of Britons have been left stranded at airports as tube strikes disrupt travel.

Hundreds of thousands of British passengers are expected to be stranded at European airports following up to 200 aircraft cancellations over the weekend, while the London Underground has encouraged passengers not to travel, warning of serious disruption across the network when service resumes on Monday. People are being advised not...

Flying supervisors must ‘do their piece’ to fix travel tumult, minister says

Award Shapps said "resourcing burdens on the avionics area" are not a good reason for lack of common sense and overbooking flights. The vehicle secretary has told venture out managers to "do their piece" to determine the issues causing bedlam at air terminals over the half-term occasions. Award Shapps said "resourcing...

Flight supervisors must ‘do their piece’ to fix travel disarray, serve says

Award Shapps said "resourcing burdens on the avionics area" are not any justification for lack of common sense and overbooking flights. The vehicle secretary has told go managers to "do their piece" to determine the issues causing tumult at air terminals over the half-term occasions. Award Shapps said "resourcing burdens on...

Travel bedlam: Another 155 flights dropped as pastors blamed for ‘accusing’ the business

Claiming the public authority has neglected to regard alerts, Labor says it is "very evident that the movement business has been in a difficult situation for quite a while as far as attempting to enroll staff". English Airways dropped another 124 short-pull departures from Heathrow, saying travelers had been cautioned...

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After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Following a chemical incident, people were ordered to close their windows

After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Eight Israeli troops die in Gaza as Palestinian dead toll ‘passes 37,000’

The troops were slain early Saturday morning while driving in a convoy after participating in a midnight battle against Hamas. The Israeli military confirmed that eight Israeli troops were killed inside Gaza. On Saturday morning, an explosion occurred in the southern city of Rafah, killing the military members.

Hydrogen driving: We test the fuel cell Ineos Grenadier

Electric vehicles are the future, and everyone agrees on that. That is the mantra offered to motorists who are encouraged to convert to EVs. However, not everyone agrees that the future of motoring will be entirely dominated by plug-in electric vehicles; some believe hydrogen fuel cells may play an essential role. Ineos, owned by buccaneering boss Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is already developing a robust 4x4 EV called the Fusilier, but it is also considering hydrogen power.