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11-05-2004
Airline's new fleet includes a cupboard for corpses
By Andrew Clark, Transport Correspondent
It is always inconvenient when a passenger dies on an aeroplane - not least for the person sitting in the next seat. So Singapore Airlines has attempted to take the trauma out of such tragedies by introducin?
05-05-2004
Family's plea to PM
The daughters of a man who died from economy class syndrome are to hand a petition to Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Jenny Lamb, from Pentwyn, Cardiff, and Linda Jones, from Fairwater, Cardiff, lost their father Thomas Lamb, 68, after he developed a d?
05-05-2004
The Jet-Lag Diet
What you eat and drink in the three days before a flight can help to beat jet lag. Jetlag is the most common ailment of long-haul travellers. About 90 per cent of passengers on flights lasting more than three hours have some symptoms which include ex?
02-05-2004
Calls for Reform of DVT LAW
Campaigners against flight-related deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) will this week call on the government to change the law so that airlines are made responsible for their passengers' health.

On Wednesday, John Smith MP, chairman of the all-party DVT Aw?
02-05-2004
Younger flyers also run the risk of blood clots
By Mark Townsend
A third of air passengers who suffer a potentially fatal blood clot are aged under 40. The most comprehensive study yet into British victims of 'economy class syndrome' challenges the widely held belief that the elderly are most at?
11-04-2004
BA opens way for thrombosis victims to sue.
A multi-million pound compensation claim will be launched against British Airways this week following an extraordinary decision by the airline which effectively helps victims of 'economy class syndrome' sue the company.

In a move described by lawy?


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