Qatar Airways buys 10% stake in IAG

British Airways takes delivery of its first A380 at Heathrow Airport, London this morning.

Deal to strengthen ties with owner of BA and Iberia

Chart that tells a story — travel costs

Petrol prices and rail fares have outpaced CPI over decade

IAG and Qatar Airways: related parties

Qatar Airways has acquired 10 per cent of IAG

EasyJet backs Heathrow runway bid

Gatwick dismisses view as based on ‘narrow commercial interests’

Generic pictures of airplanes including the A380 and Boeing 747 queuing at Heathrow Airport to go with Colin Mathews, CEO of Heathrow Airport I/V.

Q&A: Qatar’s swoop on IAG stake

Why the Gulf airline is seeking a closer alliance with BA owner

Monarch heads for profit after turnround

Oil price fall helps travel group return from brink of collapse

Flybe yet to hit a purple patch

Chief executive seen as leading carrier in the right direction

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Royal Mail chairman Brydon to step down

Group privatised and battled for profits during his 6-year tenure

Skymark files for bankruptcy protection

Shareholders try to offload stock in heavily indebted Japanese carrier

New Air Force One may be last jumbo jet

Contract for presidential fleet could see end of 747 production

Regulator warns on US ports congestion

Gridlock harms national interests, says maritime commission

Boeing points to robust aircraft orders

Lower oil price has not deterred demand for fuel-efficient aircraft

Network Rail behemoth stuck in transit

Train infrastructure group found wanting

US northeast struggles with blizzard

Two die as storm leaves parts of New England under 3ft of snow

EasyJet forecasts lower losses

Airline says passengers could soon benefit from falling oil prices

City Link owner tells of sincere regret at failure

Moulton testimony prompt snorts of derision from MPs

New ideas needed to unclog Paris streets

Cost to French capital of gridlock likely to reach $18.7bn by 2030

Airlines: playing with prices

Industry would be foolish to risk regulator wrath just as the outlook improves

Dublin plans Aer Lingus talks with IAG

Irish government ready to meet after national carrier signals it will recommend €1.35bn bid

Asia-Pacific airlines cut fuel surcharges

Move by Qantas, JAL and others may spread to US and Europe

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