D AIHH 1. Accident: Lufthansa A346 enroute on Jan 11th 2016, fumes on board. 2. Accident: Lufthansa A346 enroute on Jan 11th 2016, fumes on board. 3. Accident: Lufthansa A346 enroute on Jan 12th 2016, fumes on board.

Part 1 A Lufthansa Airbus A340-600, registration D-AIHH performing flight LH-730 (dep Jan 10th) from Munich (Germany) to Hong Kong (China), encountered fumes on board enroute. On approach to Hong Kong the flight crew donned their oxygen masks and continued for a safe landing in Hong Kong. At least one of the pilots reported sick…

It’s Time For Airlines to Stop Playing Dumb About Fume Events – Flyertalk 9th February 2016

The fuss started with Flight AA109 on Jan. 27: Headed from London Heathrow to Los Angeles and diverted two hours after take-off with a “mystery illness” affecting at least seven crew members and three passengers, this is the incident that sparked a fresh burst of media interest in the debate over the existence of aerotoxic syndrome.…

Smoke causes United Airlines emergency landing at Tucson airport – abc 15 News

TUCSON, AZ – A plane made an emergency landing at Tucson International Airport Sunday morning, after smoke filled the cockpit and cabin, according to authorities. Tucson Airport spokesperson Jessie Butler said United flight 6517 took off from Tucson to Los Angeles at 6 a.m. with 77 passengers on board.  While in the air, the plane…

“More oxygen and moisture CLEANER AIR with a lower cabin altitude means you’ll feel more comfortable and refreshed”. Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 Dreamliner advert.

To view the rest of the Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 advert click here. In simple terms – passengers and crew cannot physically be poisoned by toxic cabin air, a great selling point for the B.787 but surely worth explaining in more detail & promoting – Mr Branson? To view more details of the ‘CLEANER AIR’…

‘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…

Incident: Skywest CRJ7 at Tucson on Feb 7th 2016, smoke on board

A Skywest Canadair CRJ-700 on behalf of United Airlines, registration N705SK performing flight UA-6517 from Tucson,AZ to Los Angeles,CA (USA) with 73 people on board, was in the initial climb out of Tucson’s runway 11L when the crew, still on tower frequency, announced they needed to turn back to the field, then donned their oxygen…

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…

Accident: Lufthansa A388 at Frankfurt and San Francisco on Oct 9th 2011, fumes permanently injure flight attendant – AV Herald

A Lufthansa Airbus A380-800, registration D-AIMB performing flight LH-454 from Frankfurt/Main (Germany) to San Francisco,CA (USA) with an unknown number of passengers and 24 crew, was climbing out of Frankfurt when a strong chemical odour of dirty socks was observed in cockpit and cabin. The flight crew contacted dispatch who told the flight crew that…

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…