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FLYING

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  1. Motion sickness altitude sickness plane travel holiday

    Commentary: Flying and the pain of dealing with allergies, anxieties and emergencies while up in the air

    As people live, work and travel longer, whether on business or holiday, there is a greater likelihood of medical problems in the air, says the ...
  2. koala qantas 2

    Commentary: Flying is not fun, which is why I prefer long-haul, direct flights

    I could have actually used a longer flight, says Jay L Zagorsky, who took the world's longest flight recently.
  3. Visitors browse at the stand of Avis Budget Group vehicle rental company during the International T

    Commentary: Hidden holiday charges make us angry and rightly so

    Whether it’s extra car hire fees or hotel Wi-Fi, we’re often left feeling ripped off, says the Financial Times' Tim Harford
  4. An aeroplane departs Gatwick airport

    Commentary: Carbon emissions? Sorry but I will keep flying until someone stops me

    As calls to curb the carbon emissions from flying grow, how wise is it to reduce gloval travel on this flimsy pretext? University of Western ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: The cockpit of Jet Airways Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircarft is pictured during its induction c

    Commentary: Staying awake for lengthy hours – how pilots combat fatigue to fly long-haul flights

    Should pilots be allowed to nap in the cockpit? How much rest should they have? Stephen Rice and Scoll Winter from Emry-Riddle Aeronautical ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: An aerial photo shows Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked at the Boeing Factory in Renton

    Commentary: How much could 737 MAX fleet grounding cost Boeing?

    The 737 MAX disasters have created a dark spot in Boeing’s history, and a cautionary tale for the future, says Newcastle University's Volodymyr ...
  7. The cockpit of Boeing's new 737 MAX-9 is pictured under construction at their production facil

    Commentary: The future of aviation? Expect more automation

    Despite concerns over Boeing's 737 MAX 8, it's full throttle ahead for aviation automation engineering and technology, say two aeronautical engineers.
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    15 Mar 2019: The debate over the safety of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8.

    What does the future hold for the latest version of this aviation workhorse, after two air crashes that occurred under similar circumstances?
  9. Nathan Law Hong Kong

    Pro-democracy Hong Kong lawmaker condemns 'violent attacks'

    Hong Kong's youngest legislator Nathan Law was attacked by anti-independence protesters at the city's airport after flying back from a political ...