Travel in the news – Wednesday, December 12


The Times

UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon has said humanity faces oblivion if it fails to act now over climate change. He was speaking to environmental ministers at a meeting in Bali, Indonesia.

The Sun

Six schoolchildren have been shot in Las Vegas, after getting off a school bus. Police have said they do not believe the gunmen are a threat to the public, although no-one has yet been caught.

Daily Mail

Christmas shoppers taking a trip to Lille ended up 100 miles away in Lille, Belgium, after the driver put the wrong destination into his Sat-nav system.

Financial Times

Alitalia is facing a choice over whether to sell to Air France KLM or smaller rival Air One.

Boeing has sought to calm concerns over its 787 Dreamliner programme by insisting the first jet will be delivered by the end of next year.

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