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Air accident investigations into a plane crash which left two people dead have been completed. A Luscombe Silvair came down in fields between Stafford and Uttoxeter, at around midday on Sunday, December 16, killing the pilot and passenger.
HONG Kong International has been voted the world's best airport in the annual Skytrax survey, which polled more than 8.2 million travellers of over 97 nationalities. This is the seventh time in eight years that the accolade has been won by Hong Kong.
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A Minister gave a strong indication yesterday that the Government will give the go-ahead for controversial plans to expand the UK's biggest airport. The Government is due to make a decision on development of Heathrow Airport, including a new, third, runway by the end of the year.
By JOHN LAMB Is the government going to be forced to make an embarrassing U- turn on yet another of its tax policies? Gordon Brown's reputation for expertly managing the economy as Chancellor is disintegrating around him as Prime Minister.
By Andrew Picken Green campaigners say high oil price will stop millions flying GREEN campaigners are calling for plans to expand Edinburgh Airport to be scaled back in the wake of soaring oil prices.
By MCDONALD, Greer PILOTS risk being blinded by laser attacks on passenger-filled aircraft, with Wellington airport the most dangerous in the country, aviation authorities have warned.
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