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Flights hit as computer glitch snarls UK airspace

Flights hit as computer glitch snarls UK airspace

Air traffic control system for London restored, but delays expected
Korean Air executive to resign after nuts scandal

Korean Air executive to resign after nuts scandal

Heather Cho will be resigning from all posts with the company, the company chairman -- who is also her father -- said Friday
London's first cereal cafe milks nostalgia

London's first cereal cafe milks nostalgia

Cereal Killer cafe offers homesick U.S. expats a sugary taste of breakfast in America
End could be in sight for Airbus A380 super jumbo production

End could be in sight for Airbus A380 super jumbo production

Plane maker's CEO says decision needed on aircraft's future as new orders dry up
Feed my dog while I am away? Aussie travelers' bizarre requests for official help

Feed my dog while I am away? Aussie travelers' bizarre requests for official help

Australia’s government says nah-uh to outrageous requests for help from nationals traveling abroad
Report: Drone, jetliner nearly collide at Heathrow

Report: Drone, jetliner nearly collide at Heathrow

An FAA report last month detailed some close calls when drones flew uncomfortably close to planes
'Ocean Spiral' proposed as giant underwater city

'Ocean Spiral' proposed as giant underwater city

This is what you get if you cross Atlantis with screenplay for Kevin Costner's 1995 hit movie "Waterworld"
Baby on board! Southwest flight diverted for birth

Baby on board! Southwest flight diverted for birth

A baby was born on a Southwest Airlines flight from San Francisco to Phoenix
An end to the battle for the armrest?

An end to the battle for the armrest?

Soarigami says its foldable plastic divider will increase in-flight harmony when it goes on sale in 2015
Hong Kong's newest attraction 'amazing,' controversial

Hong Kong's newest attraction 'amazing,' controversial

The harborfront Hong Kong Observation Wheel is generating conversation ... and complaint
Beijing set to take aim at 'weird buildings'

Beijing set to take aim at 'weird buildings'

Chinese official says authorities will take a greater role in influencing the aesthetics of new structures