DrFumblefinger visits Marble Arch in London's Hyde Park.
With lines growing to have vaccination documents checked, Heathrow and two airlines will trial pre-checking the documents before flight.
JetBlue will serve two London airports from New York this summer, but has deferred its planned Boston service until next year.
Most of London's smaller waterways have been buried; a walker's group is proposing a network of walking paths along their courses.
JetBlue has cleared its last regulatory hurdle in its plans to fly to London...expect ticket sales soon.
JetBlue has been assigned slots at London Heathrow, but hasn't said yet if it will use them, although that has always appeared to be their goal.
PHeymont shares a monumental gull and some regular ones.
An ambitious plan is underway to create a new elevated pedestrian park linking two London neighborhoods on a disused rail line.
Some believe the new added "regulatory exception" is just a way to make up for the airport's lost revenue.
JetBlue is still on track to fly to London later this year, but there's still a controversy over where they'll be allowed to land.
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.