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  • British Airways Cabin Crew vote for new strike action

    British Airways Cabin Crew vote for new strike action

    Apr 1, 2011

    British Airways’ cabin crew have once again voted in favour of striking, as the result of the latest ballot in the Unite union.

    This vote taken by Unite union members is the result of a long running dispute stemming from November 2009, in which British Airways decided to reduce the number of cabin crew on some of their longhaul flights and introduced a two-year pay freeze from 2010. This led to a series of strikes in the spring and summer of last year.

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  • "Stop the rip-off surcharges", says Which? to airlines

    "Stop the rip-off surcharges", says Which? to airlines

    Feb 14, 2011

    Which?, the largest consumer body in the United Kingdom, is launching a campaign to fight the ever-increasing surcharges. The public is invited to sign the „super complaint“

    On March 7, all relevant materials will be submitted to the fair trade authority.

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  • TSA testing a less-revealing software for the full-body scanners

    TSA testing a less-revealing software for the full-body scanners

    Feb 9, 2011

    Numerous complaints made the TSA develop new software for the screening devices currently in use. Aim: Maximizing privacy without reducing the detection abilities.

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  • Hot Topic:TSA Full-body scanners controversy

    Hot Topic:TSA Full-body scanners controversy

    Nov 29, 2010, 6 comments

    The full-body scanners are flooding airports all across the US as we informed in last week's article. The new enhanced TSA's security procedures give each traveler a choice.

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  • Airport full-body scanners possible health risks

    Airport full-body scanners possible health risks

    Nov 22, 2010

    The new generation of airport body scanners are capable of detecting non-metal objects. These machines are massively introduced at airports all around the world. However, concerns about their negative influence on the human body are getting stronger.

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  • Brits don't want the flight taxes increased

    Brits don't want the flight taxes increased

    Nov 3, 2010

    The results of a recent poll regarding flight taxes in Britain were published. It is not surprising that most people asked didn't support additional flight tax rising. Another question concerned the airport security checks.

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  • Hot topic - The European Passenger Rights

    Hot topic - The European Passenger Rights

    Sep 29, 2010

    Time after time we read headlines concerning stranded and perplexed passengers. The recent volcano eruption in the ourskirts of Europe along with the consequences for passenger traffic that nobody would have predicted, making this subject even more relevant.

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