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26-02-2005
BA STRETCHER BAN COULD PUSH UP INSURANCE
By Sara Macefield

Insurance experts have predicted the cost of travel policies could rocket following a decision by British Airways to stop carrying stretcher patients on aircraft.


17-02-2005
EU To Stop the Airlines Cashing in on Disabled
Mail Foreign Service

Airlines would be banned from charging elderly or disabled passengers for any special help they needed under proposals being unveiled in Brussels today.

They would also be unable to refuse such passengers from boarding their planes.

17-02-2005
Avoid the in-flight risk
BY DR THOMAS STUTTAFORD
New long-haul aircraft, which will fly London-to-Sydney direct, may increase the danger of deep-vein thrombosis for many people


04-02-2005
THE RISKS OF FLYING DURING PREGNANCY
GP Magazine

In most cases, air travel can be undertaken until the 36th week of pregnancy.
30-01-2005
TWIN PEAKS AT SIX MILES HIGH
By Christopher Leake

It was a performance as bizarre as anything from her surreal TV hit Twin Peaks ? and one that left fellow first-class airline passengers agog. Cruising 35,000ft above the Atlantic, Hollywood star Lara Flynn Boyle stumbled half-dressed around the exclusive cabin, flashed her breasts at airline staff and tried to clamber into bed with a male traveler she did not know.

23-01-2005
Airbus gambles with performance targets
Tony Blair was in no doubt. Nor were Jacques Chirac, Gerhard Schroder or Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero. The leaders of Britain, France, Germany and Spain were unanimous that Airbus?s new superjumbo, the A380, was the greatest plane ever made and a sure-fire commercial success.



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