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Eton Travel Update: Wednesday 23rd July 14:00 GMT
US and European airlines suspended flights to Israel's Ben Gurion airport after a rocket landed one mile (1.6km) away. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said it "strongly recommends" that airlines should avoid operating to and from Tel Aviv.
Lufthansa - which includes Swiss, Germanwings and Austrian Airlines - said it had decided to suspend flights to Israel for two days. KLM and Air France also said they had suspended flights ahead of the EASA's advisory. EasyJet, Air Canada, and Alitalia said they had cancelled flights.
Eton Travel Update: Monday 21st July 14:00 GMT
Ground staff at working for Air France at French airports airline have issued a strike call from 01.00am on Saturday 2nd August 2014 to oppose subcontracting work.
Eton Travel Update: Tuesday 15th July 15:00 GMT
British Airways services between London Heathrow (LHR) and Tripoli (TIP) have been suspended up to and including Thursday 24 July 2014, due to the security situation and resultant airport closure at Libya Tripoli International Airport.
Eton Travel Update: Tuesday 15th July 10:30 GMT
Thousands of villagers living in areas prone to flooding and landslides have been evacuated in the Philippines as Typhoon Rammasun approaches the country, packing gusts of up to 150km/h.
Eton Travel Update: Tuesday 8th July 11:00 GMT
Thai Airways' and Turkish Airlines' planned move into Terminal 2 on 2nd July has been postponed until later in the summer. Until the new move date, Thai Airways and Turkish Airlines flights will depart as normal from Heathrow Terminal 3.
Eton Travel Update: Tuesday 8th July 09:00 GMT
Customers flying to the United States with any electronic or battery powered devices (mobile telephones, tablets, e-books, laptops, etc.) may be required to turn on their device in front of security teams and/or demonstrate the item’s functionality. If, when asked to do so, customers are not able to demonstrate that their device has power, they will not be allowed to fly on their planned service.