More than half of airline passengers are so starved of oxygen at high altitude that their health could be harmed, according to a study.
24-04-2005 Remedies for the Travel Bug By Carole Caplin
It?s getting to that time of year when we can let ourselves daydream of escaping to sunnier places. I certainly do. But jet lag, holiday viruses and upset stomachs can knock the stuffing out of travellers and take all the joy out of going abroad.
23-04-2005 BA ordered to let pilot halve hours for her child By Andrew Clark, Transport Correspondent
A union representing airline pilots claimed an important victory for working mothers yesterday after a female British Airways officer won a sexual discrimination case against the airline.
20-04-2005 CONTAMINATED AIR PROTECTION CONFERENCE 20-21st April 2005-05-08 - Held at Imperial College London
The co-pilot of a British passenger jet had to be put on oxygen in mid-flight after being overcome by a suspected leak of engine fumes into the cockpit, safety records have revealed.
04-04-2005 Pasengers in mutiny over 'fuel leak' jet By Helen Johnstone
British holidaymakers last night spoke of their frantic efforts to ground a flight after fuel was spotted pouring from a wing during take-off from the United Arab Emirates.