The RSPCA is investigating after a pet dog died from dehydration soon after arriving on a British Airways flight from London to Australia.17-07-2005 Gear Up For Summer WEB Shopper - Stay Healthy in the Air
By Sally Kinnes
14-07-2005 BRITON FACES 20 YEARS FOR JET MAYHEM A British man is facing 20 years’ jail for butting a flight attendant and threatening to kill everyone on board his plane after drinking two small bottles of wine.
26-06-2005 Heathrow Brings in Eye Scanners Frequent flyers are to be given iris scans to check their identities in the first full trial of the anti-terrorist technology in Britain, writes Dipesh Gadher.
26-06-2005 Child thrown off plane Parents travelling with EasyJet would be well advised to check car-seat guidelines, after a four-month-old baby was thrown off a flight from Glasgow. Daniel Parks was to sit in his car seat next to his mother, Donna, while his brother sat on her lap. Check-in staff and cabin crew had already approved the car seat when the captain overruled their decision and ordered the young family off the plane. The airline refused to comment, referring us to website guidelines.