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24-10-2002
Daughter wants airline prosecuted over mother's death after flight
A West Country woman is urging police to prosecute an airline for corporate manslaughter in connection with her mother's sudden death.

Julianne Harlow's mother, Anne, collapsed after stepping off a long-haul Singapore Airlines flight from Sydney t?
21-10-2002
Victims sue 21 airlines for deep-vein thrombosis
A catering manager who nearly died after suffering from deep-vein thrombosis on a long haul flight is suing Airtours in the first court action over ?economy class syndrome?.

Penny Calcutt, 52 is one of 33 DVT victims taking 21 airlines, including ?
20-10-2002
Airlines' own doctors knew of blood clot risk in 1996
Airline doctors knew about the deadly risk of deep vein thrombosis six years ago but the airlines failed to warn passengers, a research paper reveals.




20-10-2002
Airlines' own doctors knew of blood clot risk in 1996
Airline doctors knew about the deadly risk of deep vein thrombosis six years ago but the airlines failed to warn passengers, a research paper reveals.

The paper, written by members of the Aerospace Medical Association, including British Airways' m?
20-10-2002
Barbara Hewsons' life was ruined on a Virgin flight
A holidaymaker has won a ?13,000 settlement from Virgin Atlantic after she was crushed and injured by and obese passenger seated beside her on a flight to Los Angeles. Barbara Hewson, from Swansea, suffered a haematoma in her chest, torn leg muscles?
15-10-2002
Airlines Face High Court DVT Battle
PRESS RELEASE

28 airlines will face claims from over 50 DVT victims in a landmark case at the High Court commencing Tuesday 5th November.


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