Most airlines have introduced mandatory vaccinations against Covid-19 for flight personnel. But that obviously worsens the security. Another plane had to make an emergency landing due to a heart attack. Many passengers find this worrying, as does the fact that these incidents are downplayed.
As we have reported several times, the experimental Covid gene injections are associated with a significant increase in heart attacks and inflammation of the heart muscles. This is a critical issue given that many airlines are making their crews vaccinated against Covid-19. This is also shown by countless reports, such as that of Dr. William Makis.
Well, a few days ago, there was another such incident. In a report it says:
“The Virgin Australia flight from Adelaide to Perth was forced to make an emergency landing after the first officer reportedly suffered a heart attack just 30 minutes after take-off. The incident happened on March 3, 2023 and resulted in the Airbus A320 being forced to return to Adelaide, where rescue workers were waiting to take the ailing pilot to a hospital. The first officer suffered a heart attack and was unresponsive. The flight captain declared the emergency and successfully landed the plane about 70 minutes later.”
In the United States, a 57-year-old flight instructor suffered a heart attack while on a training flight with a student. The flight instructor died while still in the air, his lifeless body falling onto the student pilot’s shoulder. He initially believed it was a bad joke before he was able to land the plane safely.
Such an incident can also be triggered by other circumstances, but in view of the almost exploding number of cases (Report24 reported), the question arises as to how safe air travel is at all. In particular, because the airlines also want to save on co-pilots, mainly for cost reasons and because of the lack of staff (particularly caused by the obligation to vaccinate). Should a flight attendant land the plane safely in an emergency?
Another incident happened in November 2022. The captain of an American Eagle flight died of a heart attack shortly after taking off from Chicago O’Hare Airport. If you search further, you will find comparable tragedies in earlier years. A United Airlines captain died of a heart attack on a flight to Seattle in 2013. Again, statistics would be important. How many such incidents were there before 2021, how many since then – and is there a noticeable change?
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