Two Germanwings flight attendants hospitalised ‘after collapsing and falling unconscious with carbon monoxide poisoning’ Mail on line – 8th June 2016

Cabin crew were on a Germanwings flight from Hamburg to Stuttgart Passengers reported they looked ‘unwell and had unclear, slow speech’ Both crew members allegedly collapsed and fell unconscious on landing The pair were taken to hospital and have been signed off ill from work  Germanwings denies that there was a carbon monoxide issue on…

MPS DEMAND RELEASE OF GOVERNMENT EVIDENCE ON ORGANOPHOSPHATES – 7 June 2016

MPs have demanded the release of key evidence connected to the decision to end compulsory dipping and use of organophosphate-based (OP) chemicals. Thousands of farmers, farm workers and even officials supervising dipping suffered debilitating ill health from using the chemicals under government orders, to protect against sheep scab. The Government made a partial release of…

Incident: Ryanair B738 near Cologne on June 7th 2016, fumes in cabin

A Ryanair Boeing 737-800, registration EI-FRB performing flight FR-5489 from Dusseldorf Niederrhein (Germany) to Porto (Portugal) with 185 people on board, was enroute at FL340 about 70nm southwest of Cologne/Bonn (Germany) already in Belgian Airspace when the crew decided to turn around and divert to Cologne reporting fumes on board. Emergency services in Cologne prepared…

Germanwings Airbus A-319 between Stuttgart and Hamburg on May 11th 2016, two cabin crew poisoned by carbon monoxide

A Germanwings Airbus A319-100, registration D-AGWZ (there are currently a total of zero reports registered for this aircraft and the airline Germanwings itself has been mentioned in 44 accidents or incidents) performing flight 4U-7048 from Hamburg to Stuttgart (Germany), was on approach to Stuttgart when the flight crew declared medical emergency reporting two cabin crew…

Vergiftung als Arbeitsunfall anerkannt – Aero.de 6.6.16

Vergiftung als Arbeitsunfall anerkannt = Poisoning recognized as work-related accident HAMBURG – Die Berufsgenossenschaft Verkehr erkennt – zum ersten Mal in Deutschland – eine Vergiftung durch kontaminierte Kabinenluft als Arbeitsunfall an. Der zugrunde liegende Vorfall spielte sich vor drei Jahren ab und bringt jetzt die Bundesstelle für Flugunfalluntersuchung (BFU) in Erklärungsnot. Lufthansa Flug 116 befand…