Report a Fume Event
If you are a pilot, flight attendant or air crew member and you experience an oil fume event on board a passenger aircraft then you have a mandatory duty to report it. if you are a passenger and experience an oil fume event then you have a public health duty to report the incident.
Please find the information on how to report a fume event at https://gcaqe.org/report-an-incident/
There are a number of fume events on board passenger aircraft every year including those we have documented below from 2017.
01/28/2018: Spirit Airlines flight NK517 from Akron/ Canton (OH) to Fort Lauderdale (FL) in USA Warnings about danger from toxic gases on … [Continue reading...]
First information reaching The Aviation Herald on Jan 30th 2018 stated: "This afternoon Spirit Airlines incurred a severe full engine wet seal breach … [Continue reading...]
On January 5 this year, the entire cabin crew and several Eurowings passengers were injured by an accident involving contaminated cabin air. This is … [Continue reading...]
A Lufthansa Airbus A319-100, registration D-AILD performing flight LH-1625 from Krakow (Poland) to Munich (Germany), was taxiing for departure from … [Continue reading...]
2015 was one of the safest for airlines, claims IATA - if you exclude the Germanwings and the Metrojet crashes which were 'deliberate acts'. The … [Continue reading...]
Update: A passenger plane making an emergency landing at a local airport after crews say they saw smoke coming from the cockpit. The American … [Continue reading...]
To witness an actual fume event click here 10 Compelling Reasons You Can Never Trust The Mainstream Media - See more here. … [Continue reading...]
Passengers reported an unbearable stench on board of the aircraft, one passenger tweeted about smoke in the cabin. To read the full report click … [Continue reading...]
A Lufthansa Airbus A380-800, registration D-AIMB performing flight LH-454 from Frankfurt/Main (Germany) to San Francisco,CA (USA) with an unknown … [Continue reading...]