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.
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.