On Thursday 1st February 2007 Flight XLA 120 flew from London Gatwick, UK to Sanford International, Florida, USA affecting the long term health of up to 60 UK passengers, including children.
Read of how the XLA 120 passenger group & professional aircrew evidence was reported to the UK House of Lords Science and Technology Committee in 2007 (Page 53):
Watch a 2007 documentary film ‘Welcome aboard Toxic Airlines’ which featured interviews with the XLA 120 passenger group:
Watch a BBC Panorama ‘Something in the air?’ from 21st April 2008 documentary featuring interviews with the XLA 120 passenger group and their US lawyer:
Read a Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (2008) report on the XLA 120 passenger group (article not currently available from ROSPA):
Read how Stewarts law represented the XLA 120 passenger group and won a ‘Great Victory’ in 2010:
This evidence was removed in July 2017 by Stewarts Law, but it is still in existence here – click the following link to read: Stewarts Law Boeing 767 Flight number XLA120 Aerotoxic Poisonin
Read the US public Court papers of the XLA 120 passenger group:
7. Read a US lawyer’s article about the XLA 120 passenger group:
8.Watch a 60-minute Australian documentary film ‘Toxic Flyer’ (2013) about the XLA 120 passenger group including Airbus’s Professor Michael Bagshaw:
9. Read ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome – Aviation’s Darkest Secret’ by Capt. John Hoyte (2014) page 147 ‘Holidays to Hell’.
9. Read an Evidence Statement of the XLA 120 passenger group 3rd August 2017.
Evidence available on request from Captain John Hoyte of the Aerotoxic Association Ltd. email@example.com