The U.S. Capitol and the surrounding office buildings were evacuated for half an hour due to a small aircraft that violated airspace rules.
A former service manager of Isavia, the airport and air navigation services provider based at Keflavik Airport, was accused of accepting 3.5million ISK (c. £22,000) in bribes from a technology company to secure deals regarding parking tickets. The CEO of the technology company allegedly made a 4.5 million ISK (c. £28,430) profit from the deal…
Police were able to recover part of the 6 million euros that were stolen by a gang from Rinas Airport in April 2019. 5,000 euros (c. £4,260) were uncovered from one of the suspects, Elton Pikli, and another undisclosed amount was found with the father of another suspect, Renaldo Sula.
Protestors blocked the road that leads to Najaf Airport with burning tyres.
Explosions were heard near Damascus International Airport. It was not clear whether it was an Israeli airstrike or rockets being launched at Israel by Hezbollah. Shortly before this, Israel had reported that it had intercepted rockets from Syria that were targeting Golan Heights.
Around 100 people from the climate change protest group Extinction Rebellion blocked access to a private jet terminal at Geneva Airport.
Reports emerged that a Vickers Viscount at Midland Air Museum was used to shoot an adult movie. Allegedly, the adult film studio, Banged Air, paid the museum £100 to hire the aircraft under the guise of doing a swimwear shoot. The shoot took place whilst families were visiting the museum and it was the visitors…
Three employees at Zvarnots International Airport were arrested after a passenger arriving from Moscow reported $4,000 worth of gold jewellery was missing from their luggage.
ProtonMail’s IP address was blocked in Belarus after bomb threats were sent via the encrypted mail platform to different locations around the country, including Minsk National Airport, several hotels, shopping centres and railways stations.
British media regulator, Ofcom, launched an initial investigation into Sky News for falsely claiming to have found the identity of the Kenyan Airways stowaway, who fell to his death in London in June. Sky News had stated that it was Nairobi airport cleaner Paul Manyasi, which the airport denied. Manyasi was in fact alive and…