The aviation industry’s ‘dirtiest secret’: New documentary claims passengers and crew are inhaling poisonous fumes but it will take a ‘tombstone event’ to expose the cover-up. Daily Mail 17.2.16

Documentary supports claims that crew suffer from aerotoxic syndrome  Term is given to symptoms caused by contaminated cabin air in jet aircraft Symptoms include fatigue, loss of consciousness, dizziness and nausea Contaminated air enters cabin from compressed air drawn from engines UK regulator says studies have found no link between exposure and illness Unite union has…

‘Everybody was screaming, totally terrified’: Passengers forced to escape smoke-filled plane by jumping from the wings on to the runway after emergency landing. Daily Mail 9th February 2016

SkyWest flight set out from Tucson bound for Los Angeles International But less than 30 minutes into journey, smoke begins to pour into cabin Plane turns back and some passengers forced to leap from wing  To read the full Daily Mail article click here Another report here. To read the testimony of a single passenger’s…

Aerotoxic Syndrome: The best kept secret in aviation? The Scavenger 12th February 2010

Passengers getting off airline flights often experience ‘jet lag’ which is clearly due to changing time zones but many may also experience long-term serious ill health after certain ‘fume event’ flights but will never understand the simple cause. Captain John Hoyte explains the phenomenon known as ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome’. Three scientists from North America, France and…

Mystery illness strikes another American Airlines flight … passengers nearly pass out – Natural News – 5th February 2016

(NaturalNews) American Airlines flight 904, bound for Miami, Florida, from Rio de Janerio, Brazil, made an emergency landing recently, when passengers and staff began passing out mid-flight. The ill feelings kicked in at over 30,000 feet, causing the pilot to cut the flight short and instead land in Brasilia, Brazil, just 580 miles from where…

Aerotoxic syndrome possible cause of illness breakout on AA flight to LAX – EXAMINER.COM 30th January 2016

EXAMINER.COM A few passengers and crew members felt light headed and sick to their stomachs and even lost consciousness during an American Airlines flight from London to Los Angeles. Those affected said they felt symptoms after about two hours into flight when the Boeing 777 was over Keflavik, Iceland. It happened late Wednesday, Jan. 27…

More fatalities linked to toxic cabin fumes, claims forensic expert – Sunday Express – 31st January 2016

A FORENSIC expert who carried out an autopsy on toxic air victim Richard Westgate has witnessed other fatalities linked to dangerous cabin fumes. Dr Frank van de Goot examined the BA pilot’s body after his death in 2012 and found severe inflammation in his nervous system and heart which could not be explained. Since then…

Illness That Diverted American Airlines Flight Remains a Mystery – New York Times – 29 January 2016

LONDON — American Airlines Flight 109, traveling to Los Angeles from London, was more than two hours into its journey and close to Keflavik, Iceland, when several passengers and crew members suddenly and mysteriously became ill. Those aboard were startled, news reports said, and the pilot decided to fly back to London. The plane landed…