Lebanon’s Middle East Airlines said the war in Syria has wiped out a revival in tourist flows that had built since the end of the country’s own conflicts, with first-quarter passenger numbers down 7 percent.
London’s new Crossrail train line, which is set to link 40 stations from east to west across the capital, will be extended to Reading from the previously planned western terminus of Maidenhead, the U.K. government said
Boeing Co. and U.S. regulators exercised too little quality control over subcontractors during development of the 787 Dreamliner, according to a federal report that made seven recommendations to bolster such oversight.
London Heathrow airport’s new 2.5 billion-pound ($4.2 billion) Terminal 2 will limit passenger numbers to 2,500 or 10 percent of capacity when operations start on June 4 to avoid the havoc of the hub’s last major opening.
European stocks slid, completing their first weekly decline since January, as Russia said it may cut off Ukraine’s gas, outweighing a report that showed the U.S. economy created more jobs last month than forecast.