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Pilots incapacitated by cold?

Miércoles, 17 de octubre de 2012 Twitter Dejar un comentario Ir a comentarios

The British AAIB (Air Accident Investigation Branch) released their bulletin concluding  the probable cause of an incident that British Airways A321 had near London on Dec 20th 2011 :
“The symptoms experienced by the commander may have been the result of the after-effects of a cold, combined with coincidental head and aircraft movement. The temporary symptoms experienced by the co-pilot may have been a reflection of the potentially evolving situation of an incapacitation at an early stage in the flight leading to possible mild hyperventilation.”

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** Incident: British Airways A321 near London on Dec 20th 2011, both flight crew nearly passed out 

Simon Hradecky / 11th-Oct-2012 / The Aviation Herald

  1. Jose María Pérez Sastre
    Lunes, 22 de octubre de 2012 a las 06:13 | #1

    “Oido cocina” … mon capitaine

  2. Agustín Cabré
    Viernes, 19 de octubre de 2012 a las 20:53 | #2

    El t√≠tulo deber√≠a ser: “Pilot incapacitated by a cold?” Incapacitado por un resfriado no por fr√≠o.