Japan is famous for the punctuality of its trains so when one departed 20 seconds early, the rail company (naturally) apologised.
Traffic lights are to be installed on one of the busiest motorway junctions to beat congestion.
Holidaymakers planning a bargain weekend Christmas market break should head to Latvia, according to new research.
Heathrow Airport has handled more than 150,000 metric tonnes of cargo in a month for the first time.
Donald Trump will soon arrive in China to continue his marathon tour of Asia, which has so far seen him take in Japan and South Korea.
A “selfie” taken by explorer Captain Scott’s team after they arrived at the South Pole to discover the Norwegians had beaten them to it is going under the hammer.
A RANGE of options to improve road and rail links to the north of Aberdeen have been unveiled – and politicians today welcomed the proposals.
Demand for holidays among UK consumers is growing despite plummeting faith in the economy, according to new research.
Only about half of fixed speed cameras in the UK are actually switched on and catching offenders, figures obtained by the Press Association indicate.
British Airways’s only father-daughter Boeing 777 pilot team have flown together for the final time.
A farm which sits in the middle of a motorway has pledged to become a wildlife haven.
British Airways cabin crew have voted overwhelmingly to accept a pay deal, bringing an end to a long-running dispute which included 85 days of industrial action.
A signal failure has led to trains being cancelled in the North-east.
Heathrow is “completely secure”, the airport’s chief executive has said following reports that a memory stick found in the street contained sensitive information about the flight hub.
Brexit is unlikely to ground flights between the UK and EU, the chief executive of IAG, which owns British Airways, has said.
The private equity owner of failed airline Monarch has agreed it has a “moral obligation” to help defray the cost of repatriating customers.
A group of elderly pilgrims has been left stranded in Portugal for up to five days after their return flight was cancelled due to fog.
The competition watchdog has launched an investigation into hotel comparison websites to make sure consumers are not being ripped off.
Two airliners have been photographed appearing to fly in formation as they pass over Liverpool.
A car has ploughed into a house beside the A90 Dundee-Perth road.
Aberdeenshire residents have praised a council for roadworks –despite them causing a 26-mile diversion.
A North-east road is set to close for a twilight running event.
Speed limits could be raised up to 60mph through roadworks as Highways England looks to combat congestion and lessen the impact of repairs.
A Government fund to revolutionise airport screening could mean hand luggage is checked as passengers walk through duty free shops.
Plans for a council to set up its own bus firm are “still on the table”, according to its transport spokesman.
Scotland's transport agency could find it "challenging" to provide ferry services that meet users needs within its budget in future years, despite spending having more than doubled in the last decade, public spending watchdogs have warned.
Are you in need of some adventure, exploring or complete relaxation? If you’re not quite sure, there’s now ’emotionally intelligent technology’ to tap into your subconscious.
Tourism bosses hope to attract more visitors to Scotland through a world-first Instagram travel agency.
Members of the public are to get the chance to scrutinise plans for a flyover at a notorious North-east junction.
A number of flights to UK airports have been diverted after “smoke smells” were reported on board.