London to Sydney would take just four hours in the Skylon space plane – which could be flying by 2019
Broadway Hotel in Blackpool outlines policy of charging for bad reviews in its terms and conditions
Passengers say 'human waste' was leaking down the aisles, but the airline insists it was due to a broken sink
The budget airline says it's the cheapest connection between Europe and the US – but does it beat Norwegian?
TFL says it will boost the economy but unions warn that it is 'a disaster waiting to happen'
Workers strike over pay, as Home Office says 'irresponsible' action will cause further delays for summer holidaymakers
Flights over Iraq will be re-routed due to the threats after Flight MH17 'changed everything'
Aviation disaster kills 116 people, but experts insist airline safety has 'never been better'
Thousands of vehicles will be available for hire in London next year – but how will the scheme work?
Criminal complaint says Carnival directors 'not only tolerated but promoted' ship salute that led to tragedy
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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