A former British Airways flight attendant claims her health collapsed after she was “poisoned” by fumes while working on aircraft, as it emerged that four UK airlines are being sued by 74 cabin crew who say they were exposed to contaminated air.
Trudie Dadd, 56, says she suffered “unbelievable fatigue”, memory and stomach problems, confusion, and numbness in her feet after she was twice exposed in one year to fumes on BA flights.
The former purser, who flew with BA for 20 years, accused airlines of “burying their heads in the sand” and dismissing concerns about the health risks of so-called “fume events”.
Figures leaked to The Sunday Times showed there were at least 292 incidents of fumes or smoke inside aircraft operated by British…
It is beyond comprehension in December 2016 how a journalist can write such an article and fail to mention the key ‘A’ word.
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