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13-08-2005
‘I don’t think we will fly with this airline again’
By Mark Honigsbaum

Bleary-eyed passengers endured another day of frustration at Heathrow Airport yesterday as the flights chaos caused by the strike of British Airways’ ground staff entered its second day.


10-08-2005
The drivers hit by holiday hangover
By Rachel Porter

Dozy drivers returning from holidays abroad are a danger to themselves and other road users, a new report reveals.

More than a million suffer from “driver-lag” as they travel home from airports – and safety experts believe that the effect can last up to a week.

09-08-2005
RADIATION BLAMED FOR HIGHER INCIDENCE OF CATARACTS AMONG AIRLINE PILOTS
By Nic Fleming
Medical Correspondent

Airline pilots are three times more likely than other people to contract the most common form of cataract, a study said yesterday.


09-08-2005
NEW PILLS HALVE RISK OF CLOTS
The risk of ankles swelling on flights can be halved with a supplement based on pine bark, according to a new German study. Research from the University of Muenster, based on 170 air passengers, shows that the supplement, pycnogenol, can reduce the swelling by around 50 per cent, as well as reducing the risk of blood clots.

09-08-2005
MADMAN OPENED AIRCRAFT DOOR
An aircraft passenger caused panic when he tried to open the plane’s door while it was flying at 40,000ft, a court was told.

Mahamet Diakite, 24, from France, only failed because of the pressure in the cabin and the wind speed outside.


09-08-2005
Crash Brit afraid to fly home
By Emily Smith, US Editor

A BRIT in the Toronto Airbus crash is too terrified to fly home.

Ju La, 36, is living as a virtual recluse in his hotel room because of continual flashbacks.



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