10 high-flying snafus

Air travel took a wrong turn long ago. But 2007 was a year in which -- dare we say it? -- the industry hit new lows.

British Airways Part 2
British Airways Part 2
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On a British Airways flight from New Delhi to London, first-class passenger Paul Trinder wakes up from a nap to find the corpse of a woman who had died in the economy cabin being placed in the seat next to him. Upon complaining about the incident, Trinder - a gold-level frequent flier who logs 200,000 miles a year with the airline - says he is told he will not be compensated and should just "get over it."
Last updated December 20 2007: 3:04 PM ET

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