Crash: Egypt A320 over Mediterranean on May 19th 2016, aircraft found crashed, ACARS messages indicate fire on board

An Egyptair Airbus A320-200, registration SU-GCC performing flight MS-804 (dep May 18th) from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Cairo (Egypt) with 56 passengers and 10 crew, was enroute at FL370 over the Mediterranan Sea about 130nm north of Alexandria (Egypt) and about 210nm northnorthwest of Cairo when the transponder signals of the aircraft ceased…

Contaminated Air In Passenger Jets And The Danger To Your Health – Yahoo News – 17 March 2016

A flight abroad could bring about serious health issues in what has been dubbed ‘aerotoxic syndrome’. Concerns have been raised about the quality of air circulating in the cabins of aircraft which can bring on various illnesses. Leaks and fumes from jet engine oil and toilet spillages are thought to be the cause of the…

Boeing accused of exposing flight crew, passengers to “fume events” – Industrial Safety & Hygiene News – 24 June 2015

Four flight attendants are suing Boeing for allegedly exposing them to toxic air aboard a commercial flight from Boston to San Diego. The 2013 flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Chicago after three of the four flight attendants on board lost consciousness and had to be rushed to a hospital. Two years…

11th Anniversary of BALPA (British Airline Pilots Association) London conference on Contaminated Cabin Air – 22nd April 2005

As a reminder this is what the BALPA General Secretary Jim McCauslan concluded about contaminated cabin air at London, UK on 22nd April 2005 – 11 years ago:- Click here to view a one minute video. To contact BALPA click here. 20/21 April 2005 -10th Anniversary of BALPA Contaminated Air Protection Conference, London. UK Click…