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Le Bourget 2007: In the field blogupdated: Fri Jun 08 2007 08:50:00

Follow all the latest action at the Paris Air Show with CNN's Jim Boulden; read his blog from Le Bourget.

BA baggage charges cause confusionupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 09:09:00

British Airways on Tuesday introduced extra charges for excess baggage but told check-in staff to apply them "leniently" amid passenger confusion over the new rules.

BA to charge $470 for an extra bagupdated: Thu Feb 08 2007 08:26:00

Passengers flying with British Airways could face an additional cost of $470 if they choose to take an extra bag with them on a return flight.

Taxing times for passengersupdated: Fri Feb 02 2007 10:51:00

Since Thursday, passengers leaving British airports have had to pay a higher rate of air tax or face being barred from their flights.

Plane talkingupdated: Thu Nov 09 2006 13:29:00

It's the issue that is dividing air passengers -- should we be able to use mobile phones on flights?

Hand luggage rules to be relaxedupdated: Thu Sep 14 2006 11:51:00

The European Union plans to harmonize the size of carry-on bags with the U.S, while UK officials are set to announce an easing of air travel restrictions next week.

Blog: Don't phone a friendupdated: Mon Sep 11 2006 04:30:00

Posted: September 10, 2006

Ryanair to allow mobile phonesupdated: Thu Aug 31 2006 10:58:00

"Hi, I'm on the plane." This phrase may soon be as familiar on flights as it is on trains with the announcement on Wednesday by Ryanair that it intends to install a system on its planes to allow the use of mobile phones during flights.

Airlines, airports need to 'stop fighting'updated: Fri Aug 18 2006 08:19:00

Fighting between British airports and airlines over who is to blame for problems following the discovery of alleged plot to blow up transatlantic flights will only make matters worse, says one aviation observer.

BA cancels more flightsupdated: Wed Aug 16 2006 03:50:00

British Airways canceled more flights Wednesday, the seventh day of UK flight delays, as the airline struggled to reunite thousands of missing bags with their owners.

Airline bosses: Security measures mishandledupdated: Tue Aug 15 2006 03:29:00

Airline officials have accused the British government and airport authorities of mishandling new security measures in the wake of an alleged terrorist plot.

Snarls continue at UK airportsupdated: Sun Aug 13 2006 17:37:00

Three days after authorities uncovered an alleged plot to blow up airliners over the Atlantic and imposed tight restrictions on what passengers can carry aboard flights, air traffic at London's Heathrow Airport remained snarled Sunday, with airlines canceling as many as 30 percent of their flights.

Air travel chaos easesupdated: Sat Aug 12 2006 09:39:00

Air passengers across Europe were continuing to face delays Saturday, but there were fewer cancellations as airports adapted to stringent new security in the wake of disrupted major terrorist plot.

Plane diverted after bomb alertupdated: Wed Apr 12 2006 11:29:00

British authorities diverted a passenger plane to a Scottish airport on Wednesday after a bomb alert onboard.

New business class airline to launchupdated: Mon Apr 10 2006 09:09:00

British and American business travelers will soon have a new low-cost airline to choose from for flights between London and New York.

Cheap flights good for businessupdated: Tue Apr 04 2006 08:27:00

Traveling with cut-price airlines has long been popular with those on a tight budget, but a report has found that business people are also taking advantage of cheap flights.

Business 2.0: A radical fix for airlines: Make flying freeupdated: Fri Mar 31 2006 11:31:00

Michael O'Leary, Chief Executive of Ireland's Ryanair, Europe's most profitable airline, wants to make air travel free. Not free as in free from regulation, but free as in zero cost. By the end of ...

Dozens of flights canceledupdated: Tue Mar 28 2006 05:15:00

A general strike in France on Tuesday is causing major disruption for commuters, and for people flying to and from the country.

Irish fly high to sweep Gold Cupupdated: Fri Mar 17 2006 11:06:00

War Of Attrition led home an Irish one-two-three on St Patrick's Day to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday.

BA no-frills move cuts business seatsupdated: Tue Jan 10 2006 10:31:00

In a shake-up likely to have a major impact on business travelers, British Airways is to restructure its European operations to launch a direct challenge to low-cost carriers.

CNNMoney: Testing the windsupdated: Mon Jun 13 2005 05:40:00

The wait for some of this week's key economic reports could cause U.S. stocks to open flat to higher Monday.

Money Magazine: More Europe, Fewer Eurosupdated: Tue Mar 01 2005 00:01:00

You could just go to Paris. You could take your precious week or two of vacation, fly all the way across the Atlantic Ocean, park yourself in a hotel, eat at a different café and go to a different ...

CNNMoney: Oil slick part 2updated: Thu Feb 24 2005 05:39:00

Stocks could get a chill again from another spike in oil prices Thursday.

Taking entertainment to the skies updated: Thu Nov 04 2004 06:11:00

If you are worried about missing that sporting event, election result or a news broadcast while taking a flight in Australia, things are about to change.

Cheap airfares help BAA profits updated: Tue Nov 02 2004 07:03:00

Britain's biggest airport operator BAA posted a 16 percent jump in first-half earnings on Tuesday, meeting expectations as cheap airfares and stronger economies drove up passenger numbers.

Jet set lifestyleupdated: Tue Sep 21 2004 08:10:00

"In 1930, 21-year-old Frank Whittle filed his patents for what we now call the jet engine.

No limit to easyJet's hand baggageupdated: Sun Jul 11 2004 08:50:00

If you have ever worried about checking in a heavy business trip suitcase in your hand baggage allowance, help is now at hand.

Business airfares predicted to riseupdated: Wed May 12 2004 11:08:00

With oil prices at a 13-year high above $40 a barrel, a number of airlines have already increased ticket prices.

Budget carriers lure corporate coffersupdated: Wed Mar 24 2004 04:12:00

In the early days of budget travel, low fare airlines catered for tourists on a shoestring budget, but now no-frills airlines are casting their spell over business fliers as well.

Ryanair: Even fewer frills aheadupdated: Mon Feb 16 2004 06:50:00

Ryanair, famous for its discount fares and no-frills service, is about to get even leaner.

Money Magazine: The Best Funds for 2004 WE FOUND EIGHT GREAT FUNDS FROM COMPANIES YOU CAN TRUSTupdated: Sun Feb 01 2004 00:01:00

If 2003 was a great year for mutual fund returns--and it surely was, with gains averaging 30% for stock funds--what will it take to thrive in 2004? That's what we focused on when selecting this yea...

CNNMoney: Best funds for 2004updated: Fri Jan 30 2004 10:40:00

The burgeoning fund scandals serve as a valuable reminder that when shopping for a money manager, you must look beyond performance to the character of the fund company itself.

Italy transport workers on strikeupdated: Fri Jan 09 2004 03:44:00

Italian bus, train and metro workers have gone on strike in various cities on Friday, disrupting transport for a second day in a row over demands for better pay.

FSB: Continental Thrift Fly from London to Glasgow for just $10. Frankfurt to Pisa--a mere $32. Discount airlines are rewriting the rupdated: Fri Nov 01 2002 00:01:00

When my father graduated from high school in the 1960s, he spent a summer hitchhiking through Europe, holding out a U.S. flag and his thumb and working his way around the Continent. Given that hitc...

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