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17-12-2004
Officer, honest, jet lag made me do it
By Joe Sharkey

Oh, I?m good. When this year ends, I will have travelled just over 200,000 miles by air, domestically and internationally. I always get to the airport two hours early, boarding pass and ID in hand. I never set off the magnetometer. I seldom check bags. I drink lots of water, sleep on long flights and, on my return trip, transfer to an airport hotel to make sure I?m in good position to drop my rental car off, hop the shuttle and settle into the lounge to await boarding an early flight. And I almost never get jet lag. Well, aren?t you special, some of you are muttering.

11-12-2004
Malaria hits Caribbean resorts
By Ed Grenby

Holidaymakers in parts of the Caribbean are being warned they must take malaria pills after 14 tourists ? including one Briton ? contracted the disease in a popular resort area of the Dominican Republic.

08-12-2004
Airlines Agree to Drinking-Water Precautions
Twelve airlines agreed to stricter inspection and monitoring of drinking water used on their aircraft. A two-year pact calls for the airlines to test the water on every plane in their fleets within the next year, report the results each quarter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and notify the agency and the public when test results don?t meet EPA standards.

07-12-2004
Pilot six times over drink-fly limit is jailed
By Paul Marston
Transport Correspondent

An airline pilot was jailed for six months yesterday after reporting for duty when more than six times over the legal alcohol limit for flying.

07-11-2004
Plane Passengers Shocked by Their Naked X-Ray Scans...
By Dipesh Gadher
Transport Correspondent

An x-ray machine that sees through air passengers? clothes has been deployed by security staff at London?s Heathrow airport for the first time.


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