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19-08-2005
Millions are hooked on ‘Lost’, the new TV drama about the survivors of a terrify
Now, fasten your seatbelts as two REAL survivors give their unimaginably harrowing accounts of What It’s Like To Be In A Plane Crash – And Live!

Alice O’Hagan, 55, and her husband Eamon, 57, were passengers on flight BD092, which ploughed into an embankment on the M1 motorway near Kegworth, Leicestershire, in 1989, killing 47 of the 126 people on board. The couple, who live in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, have five children and four grandchildren.

18-08-2005
LAG DRAG
Science is still trying to catch up with modern travel’s big problem: jet lag. But there are ways to rise above that fatigued, out-of-sync feeling.
By Elizabeth Large, Sun Staff
14-08-2005
More misery for BA passengers
By Mark Hodson

Thousands of passengers stranded at Heathrow, following wildcat strikes by British Airways staff last week, are in for another unpleasant surprise – compensation demands for their ruined holidays are likely to be turned down.

14-08-2005
Delays deliver cash with right travel cover
By Laura Milne

Holidaymakers are being urged to check their travel insurance to ensure they have adequate cover in case their flights are held up or cancelled.

14-08-2005
Immigration in the blink of an eye
By Ann McFerran

When Heathrow gets back to normal, travellers using Terminals 2 and 4 will be able to skip thorugh passport control simply by staring into a screen. Iris-recognition technology has landed in Britain – and looks set to transform immigration procedures at UK airports.


13-08-2005
Airlines lose lifevests to fit fat flyers
By Gary Young in Chicago

Americans have put on so much weight that airlines have removed phones, magazines and even lifevests from aircraft to compensate.


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