Latest Heathrow Stories
By Shiel, Vicki The Eurostar high-speed rail network could be extended to Heathrow Airport under proposals released by Arup. The consultancy argues that the connection would improve access, add capacity and tackle environmental issues at the airport.
By Andrew Picken Shuttle service not as lucrative as big long-haul traffic THE number of British Airways flights between Edinburgh and London's Heathrow airport could be cut, the Evening News has learned.
By Danny Fortson Business Correspondent British Airways and BAA put their often prickly relations to one side yesterday to launch a scathing attack on David Cameron and business leaders who have called for the scrapping of plans to build a third runway at Heathrow.
By Bokaie, Jemima Heathrow's Terminal 5 has experts divided on what the role of a global airport should be, writes Jemima Bokaie Next week, British Airways will open the doors to its much-anticipated Heathrow Terminal 5 (T5).
Five Greenpeace campaigners, including one from West Yorkshire, yesterday admitted to climbing on top of an aircraft at Heathrow Airport as part of a climate change protest.
By Ben Glaze LONG-HAUL air passengers should catch planes in South Wales rather than travel by road to Heathrow and Gatwick, a leading airline chief urged yesterday.
Air passengers are facing delays as preparations get under way for George Bush's visit to the UK this weekend. The American President and his entourage will touch down at Heathrow Airport in west London tomorrow as part of his "farewell tour" of Europe.
British officials indicate they may apply for a waiver from European Union pollution rules in order to proceed quickly with an expansion of Heathrow Airport.
By Evening Standard, London Jun. 12--Heathrow Airport is grinding to a halt, with latest official statistics revealing that nearly every second flight is running late.
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