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25-01-2006
AIR-RAGE ENVOY CLEARED OF BEING DRUNK
A British diplomat accused of going ‘berserk’ while drunk on a flight to London was cleared by a jury yesterday.

Colonel Peter Roberts, the defence attaché in Bangkok, was said to have abused and threatened to kill passengers and crew after drinking on the flight from Abu Dhabi last February.


23-01-2006
TERRIFIED TOURISTS TELL HOW DRUNK ‘GIANT’ TRIED TO OPEN EMERGENCY EXIT AT 30,000
By Nick Britten

Holidaymakers yesterday described their terror when a passenger on a flight from Mexico to Britain tried to open an emergency exist hatch at 30,000ft over the Atlantic.


19-01-2006
Trauma blamed for diplomat’s ‘air rage’
By Richard Alleyne

A British diplomat accused of getting drunk and going berserk on a flight home may have been suffering from post traumatic stress syndrome brought on by the tsunami, a court was told yesterday.


16-01-2006
Number of deaths in plane crashes doubles
By Barrie Clement, Transport Editor

The number of people killed in air crashes doubled last year to a seven-year high, according to the latest figures. The toll of fatal accidents rose by six to 34, but the number of passengers and crew who perished leapt from 466 to 1,050.


11-01-2006
Long journeys triple the risk of DVT
Government research published today confirms that sitting immobile on long journeys increases risk of embolism, reports Steve Keenan

Long-distance travel does lead to increased risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), the government acknowledged today.




11-01-2006
Long journeys triple the risk of DVT
Government research published today confirms that sitting immobile on long journeys increases risk of embolism, reports Steve Keenan

Long-distance travel does lead to increased risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), the government acknowledged today.




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