Birmingham Airport unveils five new fire fighting vehicles.
A rail lobby group has suggested that the new “micro-franchise” for Anglo-Scottish sleeper trains should improve links between the West Midlands and the Scottish Highlands.
Birmingham Airport welcomed bmi regional’s inaugural flight to Billund, Denmark – the home of Lego.
Aer Lingus Regional has started services to Birmingham with the launch of its first flight from Dublin to Birmingham.
Laurence Inman goes exploring heroism and wonders just who we should be celebrating.
Birmingham’s Staying Cool at the Rotunda has won a Silver Award at the prestigious VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2013 Ceremony.
Birmingham Airport: Awarded ‘Airport of the Year’ at the Global AirRail Awards 2013.
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Laurence Inman isn’t impressed by the missionary’s position
British exports best served by a network of airports, not a London hub, says aviation chief
John Lines cuts the cake and members of the CBSO played the music to give a send off to the new bmi regional Gothenburg service.
New analysis shows that Birmingham Airport is Britain’s most accessible airport and should be used to alleviate pressure on overheated South East
A unique and exciting children’s adventure is set to launch from Birmingham Airport this summer to give the thousands of youngsters jetting off on holiday an engaging and fun experience at the Airport before they fly.
A prototype arctic research vehicle and a supercharged low emissions racing car are amongst the innovative designs being showcased by students
Tammy Facey enjoyed a posh night out – and, without leaving much out, here’s her report.
Turkish Airlines is increasing its daily flight programme from seven to ten flights each week from Birmingham Airport to Istanbul and beyond
Sheilagh Matheson has returned from a month's trip to Burma, travelling by bike, boat, bus, tut-tut, rickshaw, train and Honda 50
Australian photographer Pete Delaney travelled with Richard Lutz and friends between Rangoon and Mandalay by bike. Here are some of his pictures
Richard Lutz continues his trip by bike through Burma