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Scientists question safety of airline seats for obese passengers
Scientists have questioned the safety aspect of airline seats and seat-belts that were designed 60 years ago for lighter passengers than many who travel today.
Legal ruling could allow airline fat tax
A Court of Appeals victory for two British airlines paves the way for airlines to introduce a fat tax on obese passengers.
Obese passengers to file lawsuit against Air Canada
Obese passengers who were charged for two seats on Air Canada flights, prior to a 2008 ruling that allowed those disabled by obesity to have two seats and just pay for one, may now sue Air Canada to recover the costs they incurred.
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