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British Airways cabin crew ‘spaced out’ after suspected toxic fumes fill plane – Evening Standard 1.1.17

British Airways flight attendants vomited and became “spaced out” after suspected toxic fumes filled the cabin which left them needing emergency oxygen, a leaked report has revealed. Three pilots and 22 cabin crew needed hospital treatment after an emergency was declared on board a London-bound flight from San Francisco in October. According to the Sunday…

Flight attendants can’t ‘think straight’ after ‘toxic fumes’ leak – New York Post – 1.1.17

British Airways attendants began babbling, stuffing food in their mouths and forgetting where they were during a flight after “toxic fumes” leaked into a cabin, according to a report. At least 12 attendants began exhibiting weird behavior on the Oct. 25 flight from San Francisco to London, including “forgetfulness, confusion, inability to think straight,” the…

British Airways flight makes emergency landing after ‘toxic fumes’ leave ‘spaced out crew vomiting, incoherent and acting bizarrely’ – The Mirror – 1.1.17

British Airways crew were left vomiting, unable to speak, “spaced out” and displaying bizarre behaviour after suspected toxic fumes leaked into the cabin. Passengers were left panicked after flight attendants fell ill on the Airbus A380 from San Francisco to London on October 25. Crew said they “lost” members who had said they were going…

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…

Thousands of airline pilots flying every day with suicidal thoughts, says landmark study – The Daily Telegraph – 15.12.16

More than 4,000 commercial flights on any given day are being flown by pilots who have experienced suicidal thoughts, a landmark study on the airline industry suggests. An international survey of pilots by Harvard University found 4.1 per cent had contemplated killing themselves at least once in the previous fortnight, and 12.6 per cent met…

Former flight attendant ‘poisoned by cabin fumes’ as 74 staff sue airlines over toxic air – The Adelaide Advertiser – 5.12.16

A FORMER flight attendant has said she suffered serious health problems after being “poisoned” by toxic fumes while working for British Airways. Trudie Dadd, 56, said she had suffered “unbelievable fatigue” as a result and has also had problems with her memory and stomach, according to The Sun. A veteran of 20 years with British…

Former flight attendant ‘poisoned by cabin fumes’ as 74 staff sue airlines over toxic air – new.com.au 5.12.16

A FORMER flight attendant has said she suffered serious health problems after being “poisoned” by toxic fumes while working for British Airways. Trudie Dadd, 56, said she had suffered “unbelievable fatigue” as a result and has also had problems with her memory and stomach, according to The Sun. A veteran of 20 years with British…

A public apology from the Aerotoxic Association – 4th December 2016

In the interests of public freedom of speech and expression – here is some  helpful ‘Advice Following a Fume Event’  for employees from the past by an airline. We regret the poor quality… Once again, today a United Kingdom national newspaper has randomly reported on human exposure by poison in public transport jet airliners, but not…