Virgin Atlantic Airways said its entire fleet will be equipped by 2009 with Tempus, a telemedicine device that uses satellite technology to transmit information regarding ill or injured passengers to medical professionals at the MedAire Center in Phoenix so diagnosis can be made and expert advice given to flight crews.

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