Sir Richard Branson: Virgin expansion finished in UK!

March 10, 2012 by The Gossiper

Heathrow decision was 'purely political and incredibly damaging'

Sir Richard Branson

In one of his most outspoken attacks on Coalition policy, Sir Richard said that Virgin Atlantic was now focusing on expansion in America and Australia rather than the UK.

Thousands of jobs which could have been created in the UK have gone elsewhere.

Sir Richard Branson talked about his frustrations about the third runway at Heathrow and how Britain can become a home for entrepreneurs.  >>More..




Man, 71, arrested at Los Angeles airport with 40,000 fake erectile drugs

March 08, 2012 by Victor

A 71-year-old former law enforcement officer from South Korea was arrested Wednesday

LAX International Airport

Kil Jun Lee was returning from a trip to South Korea on Feb. 25 when the officers at LAX found 29,827 fake Viagra tablets, 8,993 fake Cialis pills and 793 counterfeit Levitra tablets concealed in packets of aluminum foil and valued at more than $700,000, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement.

When asked whether the medication was for his own use, Lee told officers he had a heart condition, and if he used all the pills it would kill him, according to the criminal complaint.  >>More..

Heavy Rain forces Qantas Hong Kong to Sydney to divert to Newcastle

March 08, 2012 by Victor

Torrential rain made it impossible for aircraft to land in Sydney

Qantas 747 on Newcastle airport

The plane, en route from Hong Kong to Sydney, was prevented from landing at Sydney this morning due to torrential rain and strong wind.

It landed at Newcastle Airport about 8.25am.


Boeing 787 Dreamliner Lands in Mexico City for World Tour Stop

March 08, 2012 by Victor

Aeromexico executives, employees, and special guests experience passenger-pleasing interior

Jetblue Removed Family From Plane Because of Fussy Toddler

March 08, 2012 by Victor

A family vacation ends sadly when a Rhode Island family is kicked off their return flight home

Tiger Airways to increase flights and set up second Australian base in Sydney

March 07, 2012 by Sophie

LOW-cost carrier Tiger Airways says it will set up a second Australian base in Sydney as aviation regulators ease restrictions on the troubled airline.


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