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15-10-2001
Aircraft: Boeing 737, 757, AIRBUS 320 AND BAe 146
New evidence of the leakage of organophosphates into aircraft was presented by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) which indicates that British-registered Airbus 320 and Boeing 737s, flown by airlines such as B.A. have suffered more cabin air oil or gas leaks than in the BAe 146.
03-10-2001
Australian Senate Inquiry
The Committee published a wide-ranging report on Air Safety and Cabin Air Quality in Bae 146 Aircraft that was critical of the manufacturer, British Aerospace, the engine oil supplier, Mobil and of the procedure of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority. It also opens the door to litigation.*
03-10-2001
Waugh Diagnosed With
Australian captain Steve Waugh is suffering from deep vein thrombosis (DVT), the potentially fatal condition better known as "economy class syndrome".

But the 36-year-old said his case was not considered serious and, while he receiving daily medic?
01-10-2001
Clots Found in Eight after Flights - Study
Auckland ? Researchers into economy class syndrome have tested the equivalent of a jumbo jet full of people ? and found eight with blood clots.

Three long-distance travellers who volunteered for the study were told take blood-thinning drugs for th?
21-09-2001
Unsocial Hours Pose Health Risks For Workers
The 24-HOUR society is shortening lives and harming health because of the havoc it plays with our biological clock, scientists claim today.

One in five workers in urban societies is now working outside normal office hours in response to the increa?
14-09-2001
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Cases of potentially fatal deep vein thrombosis peak in winter, scientists
said today. They found a significant difference in hospital admissions for DVT or
so-called "economy class syndrome" - between summer and winter.
DVT can cause death if?


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