This letter is British Airways Plc’s Response to the Report to Prevent Future Deaths issued y the Senior Coroner for Dorset dated 16 February 2015. This Response is made pursuant to Regulation 29(3)(b) of The Coroners (Investigations) Regulations 2013.
- Date tabled: 25.03.2015
- Primary sponsor: MacNeil, Angus
- Sponsors:That this House believes that passengers and crews should be informed by airlines when they have been exposed to contaminated air on UK registered aircraft, and that aircraft cabin air should be monitored
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British Airways A380 G-XLEF entered the London Heathrow maintenance facility this morning after arriving from Hong Kong as BA26 for attention following an onboard fumes incident during that flight.
Read the full incident report on The BA Source, here.
As the aircraft appeared to be relatively low, oxygen masks did not deploy. In the second video, the aircraft appears to be on a final approach back to Nadi with cabin lights dimmed and with the sound of coughing and retching. taking place “It feels like poison,” a woman can be heard saying. Someone else…
British Airways Boeing 747-436 G-BYGF was scheduled to operated BA117 London Heathrow – New York JFK this afternoon when an odour in the cabin caused the aircraft to be evacuated and removed from service.
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A Philadelphia-bound U.S. Airways flight had to make an emergency landing in Rome when passengers and crew members began vomiting all over the plane in a scene straight out of your worst nightmare.
Read the full article on gawker.com, here.
Read the Aviation Herald incident report here.
Presentations from the International Air Transport Association 2014 Health Conference, including from the UK Committee on Toxicity and Dutch airline KLM. CABIN AIR QUALITY THE COT INVOLVEMENT AND FINDINGS – Professor David Coggon The following presentations have been removed following an IATA copyright claim: Aircraft Cabin Air Quality: What has happened to the CEN & SAE…
Aerotoxic Association chairman, John Hoyte writes an open letter Prof. Cranmer, professor of toxicology at the University of Arkansas and the editor in chief of Elsevier, which published KLM’s controversial Health risk assessment of exposure to TriCresyl Phosphates (TCPs) in aircraft: A commentary Read the reply by Dr. Joan Cranmer, Editor of Neurotoxicology, here. Read…
Dr. Jean-Christophe Balouet, co-author of the original Aerotoxic paper, responds to Dutch airline KLM’s Health risk assessment of exposure to TriCresyl Phosphates (TCPs) in aircraft: A commentary
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