5 questions about British Airways Flight 286 emergency landing in Vancouver We know 25 crew went to hospital and 400 passengers were left scrambling, but that’s about it – British Columbia – 26.10.16

Hundreds of passengers were stranded at Vancouver International Airport today, scrambling for flights after their British Airways plane to London made an emergency landing late Monday night. We know that 22 cabin crew and three pilots from the plane went to hospitals in the Vancouver area and were released shortly after. And that’s about where…

Call for BA to provide for a Passenger’s Right to Know – Holiday Travel Watch – 26.10.16

LAST UPDATED 26 OCTOBER 2016 Reports of a British Airways aircraft, en-route from San Francisco to London, having to divert to Vancouver, because of crew illness again raises the important issue of cabin air quality. In its ABC News report, a recording purporting to be from one of the flight crew, is heard to state…

Journalist Philip Whiteley & public cabin air quality Correspondence following BA 286 fume event with Dame Hutton, Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority – 26th October 2016 – PUBLIC INTEREST, PLEASE REPORT & SHARE…

E mail 1. From: Philip Whiteley [mailto:phil@whiteleywords.com] Sent: 26 October 2016 11:17 To: Hutton Deirdre Cc: MAR, Countess; Subject: Medical emergency on board BA286 Dear Dame Hutton We corresponded in early 2014 about my concern over the significant number of air crew falling ill as a result of fume events. At the time, your formal…

AEROTOXIC – It’s being called the “Asbestos of the Airline Industry” by America Outloud – 26.10.16

This is something that has been happening since 1962 when they changed the design of the aircraft and started pumping air from the engine instead of getting it from the atmosphere. They did this to save money. Yes you’re reading this correctly – so the airline put EVERYONE AT RISK, including YOU to save money!!!…