(BBC) A man charged with plotting to blow up an aircraft has been remanded in custody to face trial on 28 February.
Sajid Badat, 25, of Gloucester, pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey when he appeared by video link from Woodhill prison on Friday.
He also pleaded not guilty to two charges of possessing an explosive.
The first charge alleges that he conspired to place a device on an aircraft that could destroy it between 1 January 1999 and 28 November 2003.
He was also charged with being in possession of an explosive – two pieces of safety fuse, a length of detonating cord and a quantity of the explosive PETN – with intent to endanger life or cause serious injury to property.