Some travel insurance providers have moved to change their coverage to take into account electronics in the hold, after the laptop ban was announced.
Three senior roles confirmed at ailing African carrier
Gulf carrier to remove US-bound passengers’ devices at boarding gate
The decision to drop the Virgin name from the US domestic airline came after “careful consideration”.
A new reservations system for travel from September 1 has been opened by Scottish carrier Loganair.
Norwegian has forged a global partnership with Expedia Affiliate Network to offer special hotel rates as it gears up to add 10 new US routes from the UK and Ireland this summer.
Flybe has reinstated duty free in- flight shopping on board flights to and from Jersey, Guernsey and Geneva.
Romanian low cost carrier Blue Air is to officially open a new base at Liverpool John Lennon airport on Friday.
The refusal of other European countries to follow the UK’s flight ban on laptops prompted claims that the terrorism clampdown is being undermined by serious loopholes.
Passengers can take a bottle of mineral water for a suggested fee of £1 before boarding their flights to keep themselves hydrated once on board.
An electric-powered aircraft could be running commercial flights from London to Paris in 10 years, a start-up firm claims.
The aviation sector faces being “left in the dark” as the UK negotiates to leave the European Union from 2019.
An executive jet was reportedly flipped on to its back, rolled and plunged 10,000ft in mid-air but avoided crashing after hitting turbulence caused by a superjumbo.
One of the largest terminal moves in the history of commercial aviation will take place when Delta Air Lines relocates services at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in May.
The ban on laptops in aircraft cabins came as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office hardened its travel advice for Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Lebanon.
But Gulf carriers and Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Doha hubs excluded