Pilots of Air China jet that plunged 25,000ft after vaping in the cockpit stripped of their licences
The incident, which resulted in the deployment of passenger oxygen masks, occurred on a flight from Hong Kong to the northeastern city of Dalian.
3 hours ago - Mail Online
Hong Kong tourist board promotes the city with extraordinary pictures of ballet dancers
The Hong Kong tourist board has revealed a collection of stunning images by award-winning photographer Dean Alexander ahead of the city ballet's opening season.
18 hours ago - Mail Online
Discover July 2018 Coolest Stuff
It's just so damn hot. Don't get me wrong, I love a bit of sunshine but when its constantly 30 degrees every day, I soon start craving cooler weather so I can actually sleep at...
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Hong Kong's most Instagrammable dishes
The city is full of food that looks just as good as it tastes nofilterneeded Hong Kong is one of the world's great food cities. But it's also one of the world's great...
2 days ago - The Guardian
Air China plane dropped 25,000ft - with officials probing whether the pilots were SMOKING in cockpit
The Chinese Civil Aviation Administration is probing why the Air China flight from Hong Kong to Dailan carrying 153 passengers made an emergency descent.
6 days ago - Mail Online - 2 articles
Corporate Travel Management acquires Hong Kong agency
CTM purchased Lotus Travel Group Limited, making it the largest travel management company in Hong Kong.
6 days ago - Travel Weekly
WATCH: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson explores Hong Kong
The actor learns how to make dumplings and explores the city where his new film "Skyscraper" takes place with "GMA."
7 days ago - ABC News
The best nightlife in Hong Kong's Old Town Central
Flash party spots, intellectual dives and late-night jam sessions: Central district has a night out for everyone Hong Kong's Central district lies at the very heart of the...
9 days ago - The Guardian
4 irresistible must-eat dishes in Hong Kong
Hong Kong's food scene rivals that of any city in the world - especially if you know where to look. Read our guide on what to eat when you're in the city...
11 days ago - Wanderlust
Glory days of Hong Kong's old Kai Tak Airport
It's been 20 years since Hong Kong's Kai Tak airport closed. Pilot and photographer Daryl Chapman remembers the glory days and shares a few of the scariest moments.
12 days ago - CNN
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Inside the 65ft-deep man cave dug out by one man over 23 YEARS
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Inside the quaint Knoll House hotel where Enid Blyton stayed
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A Tribute to Environmentalist Nathaniel Reed
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Hello Kitty bullet train is unveiled in Japan
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British Airways owner launches new budget airline serving Europe
International Airlines Group announced that a new Austrian subsidiary named Level - the same as its low-cost long-haul brand - will launch in less than three weeks.
Inside the stunning London suite where Rudyard Kipling used to stay
Brown's Hotel in London's Mayfair is where Kipling penned some of the Jungle Book and it has a rather fabulous suite in honour of the British writer.
The Crafty Traveller: Slowing down in France - and other tips for road trips
France has introduced a new reduced speed limit on many A and B roads. Here, The Mail on Sunday's Travel Editor issues tips on how to avoid being penalised.
Ryanair passengers face flight cancellations as pilots strike
The budget airline has already scrapped 30 out of 290 services between Ireland and the UK that had been scheduled for Thursday.