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CRAWLEY, England, July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- British Airways is helping travellers celebrate the 75th anniversary of Newcastle International Airport with a special return fare on its flights between Newcastle and Heathrow. British Airways is offering a return flight to London Heathrow for just 1 Pounds sterling (subject to availability) which, with taxes/fees and charges means that the total paid by passengers will be only 75 pounds. The special promotional return fare, which is now being made...
By Deborah Johnson AIRLINE Emirates is bucking the widespread turbulence sweeping the aviation sector by reducing fares by up to 20 per cent. The Dubai-based carrier, which flies from Newcastle International Airport, said it is cutting passengers? costs due to a reduction in oil prices.
By ADAM JUPP THOUSANDS of North East holidaymakers have been left stranded abroad after a major tour operator crashed. And thousands more have seen their travel plans scuppered by the collapse of the XL Leisure Group, which was announced today.
By Andrew Mernin BUDGET airline Flybe is hoping to launch new flights from Newcastle to Scandinavia and Germany on the back of record financial results.
HOLIDAYMAKERS could be hit by delays as staff consider strike action at Newcastle International Airport. Baggage handlers and check-in staff are expected to be balloted about whether to walk out in a pay dispute.
By AMY HUNT MILLIONS of passengers and hundreds of planes pass through Newcastle International Airport every year. But as well as holidaymakers and flight crew, the 184 hectare airport site has a number of other regular visitors.
A HOLIDAY jet flew across the Atlantic to Newcastle despite a passenger finding a note claiming there was a bomb on board, it emerged yesterday. The man found the hand-written note in a toilet only 20 minutes into the flight from the Dominican Republic to Newcastle International Airport.
AN international airport was forced to close temporarily when a warplane over-ran the runway. Nobody was hurt when an RAF Tornado from 13 Squadron made an emergency landing at Newcastle International Airport at 4.55pm yesterday.
By Dan Warburton SECURITY officers at Newcastle International Airport are confiscating 40 cans of beans a week from customer hand luggage. New rules on liquids being taken on to planes were brought in two years ago after a plot to blow up a transatlantic airline was unearthed.
By Christopher Knox AN air freight company expects to grow its turnover from pounds 1.5m to pounds 20m in the next five years after merging with a rival.