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British Airways owner IAG calls for action to restart flights
The airline group says there is a "high level" of pent-up demand from passengers.
Holiday costs to jump in summer, warns travel boss
Travel will be more expensive as airlines cannot afford to bring many planes back into service.
Plastic bag charge to double to 10p in all shops in England
The price rise for single-use bags will be extended to all businesses in England from 21 May.
Tui to subsidise Covid tests for package holiday customers
The travel firm is offering discounted tests with its holidays but there are concerns over testing capacity.
Road and rail building plans under review after Covid
Post-pandemic shifts in travel habits could undermine the logic behind many infrastructure projects.
China's exports soar as US recovers and India stalls
Export growth soared 32% in April as demand jumped for goods from the world's second largest economy.
Juukan Gorge: Rio Tinto investors in pay revolt over sacred cave blast
Shareholders voted against outgoing boss's $10m bonus after sacred Aboriginal shelters were destroyed.
Liberty steel owner in talks over £200m lifeline
Sanjeev Gupta's beleaguered UK steel business may yet find the help it needs, the BBC understands.