Air-crash investigators probing the police helicopter crash that killed nine in a crowded Glasgow bar said that the machine was intact during its near-vertical plunge to the ground, with no evidence of fire or an explosion.
Super Typhoon Haiyan battered the central Philippines, triggering landslides and storm surges that killed hundreds of people, destroyed an airport, cut power and phone lines and damaged crops before heading to Vietnam.
Super Typhoon Haiyan battered the central Philippines, triggering landslides and storm surges that left 100 people dead, destroyed an airport, cut power and phone lines and damaged crops before heading to Vietnam.
Rescuers in the Philippines battled to deliver emergency aid to areas ravaged by Super Typhoon Haiyan, which may have killed more than 10,000 people, as blocked roads and constant rainfall hampered relief efforts.
Italy’s postal service agreed to participate in a capital increase for Alitalia SpA that is part of a rescue package brokered by the government to revive the airline pummeled by a shrinking business and years of losses.
Heathrow Airport said proposals capping fees at Europe’s busiest travel hub risk driving away investors, even as airlines led by British Airways argue that passengers will desert the hub because of the impact on fares.
The start of domestic flights by Ryanair Holdings Plc is turning up the heat on Poland’s state railway, which is spending 36 billion zloty ($12 billion) over seven years to modernize as competition for customers picks up.
The deadly crash of a United Parcel Service Inc. plane that struck a hillside short of an Alabama runway yesterday is the latest for an air-cargo industry that’s experienced many more fatal wrecks than U.S. passenger carriers.