British Airways flight crew ‘spaced out’ on fumes – The Australian – 1.1.17

British Airways flight attendants on board an Airbus A380 “superjumbo” vomited, became “spaced out” and had to use emergency oxygen after suspected “toxic fumes” were detected in the cabin during a long-haul flight, a leaked internal report reveals. At least one crew member became so ill that he curled up on the floor and put…

JET FUMES SHOCK BA cabin crew ‘babbling and stuffing food in their mouths’ after toxic fumes leaked into cabin – The Sun – 1.1.17

They, along with the three pilots, had to be taken to hospital after they made an emergency landing TOXIC fumes being leaked into an aeroplane cabin caused flight attendants to become so “spaced out” that they “stuffed food into their mouths” and wandered around “lost”, a report has revealed. The flight attendants, who worked for British Airways,…

Flight crew ‘spaced out’ on fumes – The Sunday Times – 1st January 2017

British Airways flight attendants on board an Airbus A380 “superjumbo” vomited, became “spaced out” and had to use emergency oxygen after suspected “toxic fumes” were detected in the cabin during a long-haul flight, a leaked internal report reveals.   At least one crew member became so ill that he curled up on the floor and…

Incident: France A318 at Florence on Dec 28th 2016, strong unusual odour & final comment by Aerotoxic Association for 2016

An Air France Airbus A318-100, registration F-GUGO performing flight AF-1266 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Florence (Italy), was on final approach to Florence’s runway 05 when a strong unusual odour was noticed throughout the aircraft, on the flight deck and cabin. The crew continued for a safe landing on runway 05 a few…

Incident: Germanwings A320 near Dusseldorf on Dec 23rd 2016, odour on board

A Germanwings Airbus A320-200, registration D-AIQE performing flight 4U-9772 from Dusseldorf (Germany) to Prague (Czech Republic), was climbing out of Dusseldorf when the crew stopped the climb at FL250 and decided to return to Dusseldorf for a safe landing on runway 23L about 30 minutes after departure. A replacement A320-200 registration D-AEWL reached Prague with…

Four Fume events never officially recorded from 16th January 2010 – (No Evidence) -19th December 2016

“On Dec 19th 2016 a check of both FAA incident databases as well as NTSB investigation lists revealed, that neither of the four occurrences are listed in either database, neither database contains any entry at any time involving N251AY.” Click here to read details of four 2010 fume events, which were never officially recorded. 3rd December…

PAN, PAN, PAN – Captain David Hill – help with cost of autopsy – 19th December 2016 – Achieved by 20th December 2016

We, friends of Captain David Hill, are raising $5500 to defray the cost of an autopsy which should help to answer questions about the impact of breathing oil fumes on the brain. Starting in January 2010, many of us associated with this site had the honor of getting to know a great man—Captain David Hill.  The…

Accident: US Airways B762 near St. Thomas on Jan 16th 2010, odour on board, both flight crew received permanent injuries, captain later died – Av Herald – 19th December 2016

A US Airways Boeing 767-200, registration N251AY performing flight US-1041 from Saint Thomas (US Virgin Islands) to Charlotte,NC (USA) with 174 passengers, was on approach to Charlotte, when the crew reported a number of passengers and cabin crew had noticed some odour on board shortly after takeoff and were now suffering from headache and nausea…

Captain David Hill – Rest In Peace -18th December 2016

Captain David Hill – Rest In Peace. Dear Friends and Colleagues, I write this email to you with a heavy heart. Starting in January 2010, I had the honor of getting to know a great man—Captain David Hill.  The circumstances were not at all great – David and his crew had been exposed to oil…