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July 14, 2007

Airline Apologizes For Leaving Pax Stranded For A Week At JFK

Glasgow Airport Attack Delayed Replacement Aircraft

Talk about a change in flight plans. A jet belonging to Scottish budget carrier Flyglobespan was struck by lightning June 28 before a scheduled flight to Ireland while sitting at John F. Kennedy International Airport -- and subsequently grounded.

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Eight Passengers File Lawsuit Over TB Exposure

Canadian Seeks $500,000 in Damages, Trial Expected Next Year

We all knew it was going to happen. The first lawsuit has been filed against Andrew Speaker for drug-resistant tuberculosis exposure.

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Ryanair Files Suit Against European Commission

Carrier Says EU Failed To Investigate State Aid Complaints

Ryanair, Europe's largest low-fare airline, announced it will sue the European Commission in the European Courts for failure to take action on a number of state aid complaints involving Air France, Lufthansa, Alitalia and Olympic Airways, which were submitted to the Commission more than a year ago.

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Fight Aboard Russian Airliner Forces Emergency Landing

One Drunk Begets Three Drunks

A flight from St. Petersburg, Russia to Turkey was forced to make an unscheduled landing Thursday when a physical altercation broke out shortly after takeoff from Pulkovo Airport.

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