easyJet passengers discovered their luggage had been flown to the wrong airport after they landed back in England from Gibraltar.
After being involved in two deadly crashes, Boeing will consider reducing production or suspending the service all together.
A drone that was travelling above the maximum permitted height of 400ft is said to have been endangering an easyJet aircraft.
The last-minute technical issues have caused delays of up to 23 hours for some British Airways passengers. The airline is yet to update details on the issue
The longest commercial flight has been completed by Australian airline, Qantas. 49 people boarded a Boeing 787-9 and endured a 19 hour and 16-minute flight from New York to Sydney without stopping.
Almost 3,000 holidaymakers hoping for a half-term break in Spain have had their flights cancelled and hundreds of others are now stranded abroad.
The world’s oldest travel company Thomas Cook announced at 2am Monday morning that it has ceased trading with immediate effect.
All Ryanair flights to and from the UK on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th September will not be cancelled, despite walkouts from flight crew.
The biggest strike in the history of British Airways has gone ahead today, despite BA’s attempts to stop pilots walking out. Over the next two days, around 200,000 passengers will face disruption.
A passenger was arrested and escorted by police from an EasyJet flight early Sunday morning. It is believed the female, who has not yet been named, was drunk and assaulted a member of the cabin crew.
Last Friday, crew members working for British Airways announced they will be walking out in September over a pay dispute. The strike is due to take place on the 9th and 10th September and will mean disruption for passengers planning to travel on these days.
More summer holiday plans will be thrown into chaos as Ryanair pilots have voted to strike twice over the next month. The first walkout is scheduled from 22nd to 23rd August…