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Irish government urged to probe allegations regarding Ryanair’s safety policy

The Irish government has been urged to investigate allegations made in a recent Channel 4 documentary about Ryanair’s safety policy. According to Irish broadcaster, RTE, opposition party, Fianna Fail, has written to Ireland’s Oireachtas (parliamentary) Committee on Transport, seeking an […]

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Intrepid British tourists not easily deterred

According to a recent survey, it takes more than local unrest or even a serious incident or crime to deter British tourists from visiting their chosen holiday destination. The


Ryanair Claims Safety is behind One Bag Rule

Ryanair, an Ireland-based low cost airline, has announced that its newest policy of allowing only one cabin bag per passenger is part of its safety policy. In response to


Glasgow Airport Launches Latest Safety System for Air Traffic Control

Glasgow airport is the first airport in the world to install a new cutting edge safety enhancement technology developed by NATS, the UK based company that provides air


Holiday Balcony Deaths Trigger Safety Campaign

A recent increase in the number of holidaymakers falling from hotel balconies has resulted in the launch of a safety campaign. Risks taken by holidaymakers on hotel balconies, especially

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Cruise Industry Implements New Safety Policies

Passengers are set to benefit from two new safety policies announced recently by the European Cruise Council, an industry association for cruise companies operating in Europe. The European Cruise

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London 2012 Olympic Games to Use New Technology for Passenger Safety in Public Vehicles

Alexander Dennis (ADL), a bus and coach manufacturer in the UK, and the company responsible for providing public service vehicles for the 2012 Olympic Games, will be using

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European Cruise Council Announces Three New Cruise Safety Policies

Passengers will be protected by new safety features while on luxury cruises, according to the European Cruise Council, an industry association for cruise companies operating in Europe. In an


2011 revealed to be safest year for air travel

With just two weeks left of 2011, figures have shown the year to be the safest for air travel since records began.   A study by the International Transport Association


First-Ever Panic Button For British Business Travellers Launched

Emergency response specialist Skyguard has today launched the first-ever personal emergency service for British business travellers. Skyguard International gives business executives abroad the power to summon help at the