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REPORTS: Pilot Suddenly Dies Just Before Scheduled Commercial Flight


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A British Airways pilot reportedly collapsed just before his scheduled commercial flight from Cairo, Egypt to London’s Heathrow Airport.

According to reports, the veteran pilot suffered a heart attack in the crew’s hotel.

Although colleagues performed CPR on the pilot, he tragically passed away.

The incident has allegedly shaken British Airways to the core.

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The Sun reported the story:

The pilot managed to get from his room to the foyer, where colleagues performed CPR on him.

A source told The Sun: “It has rocked BA. It doesn’t bear imagining if he had suffered a heart attack at 30,000ft.”

Airline bosses delayed the scheduled flight the captain was set to fly back to Heathrow airport last week.

Passengers were oblivious to the reason behind their wait.

The body of the pilot, who had suffered from ill health in recent months, was brought back to the UK in a Boeing 787.

The wide-body Dreamliner was flown to Egypt especially for the grim task because there was no room for the coffin in the hold of the Airbus A321 jet he had been scheduled to fly.

Dr. William Makis MD wrote in Covid Intel:

This is now the second such major incident of a pilot collapsing with a heart attack this month.

One can imagine what might have happened if the British Airways pilot had the heart attack during his flight from Egypt to London.

How many close calls is it going to take for the elephant in the room (pilots suffering COVID-19 vaccine cardiac injuries) to finally be addressed?

I fear a major airline crash is now only a matter of time.

The first officer of a Virgin Australia regional flight from Adelaide to Perth reportedly became incapacitated after suffering a heart attack 30 minutes into the flight, according to an incident report by The Aviation Herald.

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