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The flight taking the Queen’s coffin to London was the most tracked in history, website Flightradar24 has said.

A pilot has flown more than 250 nautical miles to create an outline of the Queen’s profile on a map.

Flight bans placed on Russian aircraft and Russia’s retaliatory measures have upended global travel routes amid the intensifying war in Ukraine.

Kabul airport’s air traffic rebounded earlier this week due to an increase in military aircraft evacuating people, Guardian analysis has revealed.

Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA) said on Monday that Kabul airspace had been released to the military and it advised transit aircraft to reroute, according to a notice to airmen on its website

Emirates operated a five and a half hour flight to nowhere after its regular service from Dubai to Kabul in Afghanistan aborted landing following the Taliban’s takeover of the country.

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Since last weekend the situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated rapidly. Kabul Airport has been the focus of evacuation and repatriation efforts. Meanwhile, civil aviation…