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06-01-2005
Jesus ?was killed by DVT on the cross?
Jesus died of deep vein thrombosis during the Crucifixion, a study claims

Being immobilised on the cross led to him suffering a pulmonary embolism, said Israeli academic Professor Benjamin Brenner.

06-01-2005
Radio tags for bags could solve problem of lost airline luggage.
By Andrew Clark ? Transport correspondent

Tiny radio transmitters could provide a solution to a frustration familiar to thousands of holidaymakers every summer ? the missing suitcase.

05-01-2005
Airline caterer warned to clean up or be closed.
An airline catering company must take major steps to clean its Honolulu location or risk the unit?s closure after U.S. health inspectors found cockroaches, dirty utensils and an oozing, pink slime this year.
01-01-2005
WASHINGTON AVIATION SUMMARY ? JANUARY 2005
BAKER AND HOSTETLER LLP COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Regulatory News

1. Airlines Expected to Lose $5 Billion This Year

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) forecasts a $5 billion loss this year for its 270 member airlines largely due to high oil prices despite a record 1.8 billion passengers, up from last year?s 1.6 billion. Fuel costs were $62 billion, up about $15 billion over 2003. But the trend is promising; airlines lost $6.5 billion in 2003, $11.3 billion in 2002 and $13 billion in 2001, and could earn a profit of $1 billion to $2 billion in 2005 if oil prices fall to about $35 a barrel, said IATA.


01-01-2005
Travellers Rank Hong Kong International as
2004 Results of AETRA Airport Customer Satisfaction Survey

Hong Kong International Airport was named the \'Best Airport Worldwide\' in the 2004 AETRA survey followed by Seoul Incheon and Singapore Changi.
01-01-2005
PRESS RELEASE - QANTAS HAS THE BEST HEALTH ADVICE ON WEB
In a survey, conducted by the Oxford-based, non profit organisation, Aviation Health, on websites of 20 international airlines, including non-frills carriers, Qantas was found to be the overall winner. What was impressive was their wide coverage of health issues. For example, their FAQ?s concerned medical equipment, breathing problems, DVT, medications, special diets and chronic diseases.



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