The Tower of London has lost its chief raven, a source of worry since in legend the ravens guarantee the Tower and Britain from disaster.
Plans for a huge theme park on the lower Thames have moved a step closer with the filing of applications.
Problems with a landmark Victorian bridge are forcing London to look to another 'old-fashoned' solution for the time being.
If Gatwick gets its way, there'll be a new toll on dropping passengers off at the terminal.
Uber gets another new lease on life to keep operating in London over the objection of regulators.
At long last, non-stop train service in both directions between London and the Netherlands.
Londoners are being offered commuter rides on sightseeing buses to allow open-air less crowded transport.
An airport closed in 2014 will be repurposed as a global freight hub and a base for passenger flights to Europe.
A forced reduction in London service from several U.S. cities by British Air and American may open a new opportunity for JetBlue, which was already lining up for London.
British Airways considers dropping Gatwick to shore up its position at Heathrow.
With cars at bay, the maintenance crew renews a London landmark painted on the street.
Many years in the planning, Heathrow's third runway will have to wait a bit longer.
Even as it cuts back some routes, Norwegian is looking forward to a debut at London Heathrow, but with only limited flights.
As Uber fights to retain its expired London license, its rivals move in to offer rides and jobs.
Along the Regents Canal in London, PHeymont spotted a small and unusual houseboat and its inhabitant.