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Flights stopped at Edinburgh Airport over hole in fence

Evacuation and flight delays follow discover of a hole in the perimeter fence.

Travelodge customer info hacked

Customer names and email addresses have been stolen from Travelodge.

Airliners in near miss at JFK airport

A Lufthansa flight had to abort its take-off to avoid an EgyptAir jet that came too close on the ground.

UK Marriott hotels being sold

Administrators are seeking buyers for 42 Marriott hotels in Britain.

Tunisia runs provocative tourism ads

Tunisia finds itself having to defend a tourism ad campaign seen as ‘provocative’.

South American airports re-open after ash disruption

Airports in Uruguay and Argentina are open again, following disruption caused by a volcano.

Plans announced for Bournemouth airport hotel

Plans have just been announced for a possible hotel at Bournemouth Airport.

Spring disasters hit Japan’s domestic aviation

The earthquake and tsunami that shattered wide areas of Japan also decimated the nation’s air-travel industry.

Visitor numbers on the rise at Gatwick hotels

Travellers learning how to maximise their spending are taking longer stays in Gatwick hotels.

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