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  • Prime Minister David Cameron could reach a deal over Britain's ties with the European Union at a summit later this month, paving the way for a public vote on membership of the bloc as soon as June. Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin said he did not think a June referendum would derail the current timetable for deciding on expanding either Heathrow, Britain's...

  • PARIS, Feb 5- France's Vinci is looking at opportunities to grow in concessions in Latin America and in oil and gas and infrastructures in Iran, as it further expands abroad to counter weak growth at home, its chief executive said on Friday. Vinci was also looking to grow all its businesses in America, notably motorway concessions in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, and...

  • Feb 3- British Airways will begin direct flights from London's Heathrow airport to Tehran from July 14, International Consolidated Airlines Group SA said on Wednesday. The company, which operates British Airways and Iberia Airlines, said it would will launch the route as a six-per-week service before moving to daily flights from winter 2016..

  • EasyJet founder opens 36-cent easyFoodstore

    The founder of the European low-cost airline opens up a discount food store in North West London.

  • MEXICO CITY, Feb 2- Mexican airport operator OMA said on Tuesday it had sold more than 33 million shares that had been pledged as collateral under a credit agreement between a subsidiary of embattled construction firm ICA and Germany's Deutsche Bank. OMA said in a statement that the sale of 33,162,600 Series B shares, more than 8 percent of the company's shares,...

  • MEXICO CITY, Feb 2- Mexican airport operator OMA said on Tuesday it had sold more than 33 million shares that had been pledged as collateral under a credit agreement between a subsidiary of embattled construction firm ICA and Germany's Deutsche Bank. OMA said in a statement that the sale of 33,162,600 Series B shares, more than 8 percent of the company's shares,...

  • Airlines restoring small perks, like pretzels

    U.S. carriers are restoring some small perks for passengers in coach.

  • The addition of 12 new passenger destinations from Dubai International lifted traffic through the airport as local carriers Emirates and flydubai expanded. Last year saw regional tensions and conflicts in countries including Yemen, Iraq and Syria, but Dubai Airports Chief Executive Paul Griffiths said in a telephone interview: "We haven't seen any impact...

  • Airline jets come and go at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta.

    Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport said it hit a major milestone Sunday.

  • Travelers are enjoying airports more

    Overall airline satisfaction is now higher compared to 2010, according to J.D. Power's latest survey.

  • Paris airport staff have security passes revoked

    70 staff at the international airport had passes revoked over concerns around terror attacks this year.

  • Denver's new $580M Westin airport hotel

    The 519-room Westin at Denver International is now open, joining other travel hubs in the airport hotel trend.

  • Mumbai, India

    Infrastructure power players - GV Sanjay Reddy of GVK and Hindustan's Ajit Gulabchand - say India's PPP problems are being solved.

  • The most annoying behavior on an airplane is...

    An etiquette study by Expedia found that passengers are annoyed by seat-kickers the most.

  • New security after Russian plane crash

    The Department of Homeland Security is recommending new security enhancements after the Russian plane crash, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • 20K UK tourists stranded in Egypt

    About 20,000 British nationals are stranded in Egypt, as the UK suspends flights to and from Sharm el-Sheikh as a precaution.

  • Will the Russian plane crash impact airports?

    Matthias Zieschang, CFO of Fraport, doesn’t expect the Russian plane crash to impact its operations at Frankfurt Airport.

  • View of Southwest Airlines planes parked at the Denver International Airport.

    Southwest Air says technology issues have delayed some flights as airline employees have to process travelers manually.

  • US to Europe for just $69

    Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA hopes to sell one-way tickets to Europe for $69 as early as 2017 by flying from U.S. airports that have low fees, Chief Executive Officer Bjørn Kjos said in an interview Tuesday.

  • Airline jets come and go at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta.

    A report released on Monday by the Airports Council International lists the busiest airports in the world in 2014.