PAN PAN PAN due to Toxic Fumes on Board a British Airways A380 (ATC) – 28.10.16

On October 25, 2016, a British Airways A380, operating flight BA286 from San Francisco to London Heathrow with callsign “Speedbird 6B Super”, diverted to Vancouver due to a in flight toxic fume event with 433 passengers aboard and no protection. To listen to BA286 here declaring PAN, PAN, PAN. (wait for a few minutes into the…

Pilot of BA flight complained about ‘toxic fumes’ before making emergency landing in Vancouver when 27 people fell ill on board – Daily Mail – 27.10.16

A recording has emerged in which a British-sounding pilot complained of ‘toxic gas type fumes’ on the aircraft  British Airways said 22 cabin crew members and three pilots were taken to hospital as a precaution A further two passengers were checked by medics, but did not need further assistance BA says it is investigating the…

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…

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…

Accident: Germanwings A320 at Berlin and Hamburg on Sep 30th 2016, fumes injure cabin crew – Av Herald update 25.10.16

A Germanwings Airbus A320-200, registration D-AIQC performing flight 4U-8460 performing flight 4U-8460 from Berlin Tegel (Germany) to London Heathrow,EN (UK), was preparing for departure. While being pushed back strong odour of hydraulic oil and exhaust gasses spread in the cabin. Flight attendants reported the odour to the cockpit, the recirculation of cabin air supply was…

Accident: Lufthansa A319 at Paris and Frankfurt on Aug 5th 2016, fumes injure 3 cabin crew – Av Herald update 25.10.16

A Lufthansa Airbus A319-100, registration D-AILU performing flight LH-1053 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Frankfurt/Main (Germany), was preparing for departure. When the engines were started a strong odour developed in forward part of the cabin, the odour was reported to the cockpit. The aircraft continued for departure and took off Charles de Gaulle’s…

British Airways A 380 Fume ACCIDENT – 25.10.16 – A Selection of uncovered-up media reporting

The Aerotoxic Association shares the following media, but does not take any responsibility for certain media organisations covering up this public aviation accident. Guardian: British Airways flight makes emergency landing after crew fall ill click here to read full report click here for a previous Guardian 2006 report on toxic poisoning of crew and pax. Daily Star:  British…

Accident: British Airways A388 near Vancouver on Oct 24th 2016, fumes on board, 25 treated for smoke inhalation – Av Herald

A British Airways Airbus A380-800, registration G-XLEB performing flight BA-286 from San Francisco,CA (USA) to London Heathrow,EN (UK) with 433 people on board, was enroute at FL370 about 640nm east of Vancouver,BC (Canada), when the crew declared medical emergency and initiated a diversion first in direction to Calgary,AB (Canada), subsequently to Vancouver reporting a number…