Last Updated on January 4, 2024
A British Airways crew member collapsed and died suddenly in front of a “busy” plane full of passengers as it prepared to depart from London Heathrow Airport en route to Hong Kong just ahead of the Christmas holiday. The crewmember was the first of two to die suddenly, with a colleague being found dead in his hotel room just days later.
The 52-year-old British Airways flight steward who died suddenly as his flight prepared to depart London to Hong Kong is thus far unnamed, and a cause of death has not been announced, as is the case with his colleague, who was found dead in his Newark, New Jersey hotel room on December, 23rd, prompting the rest of the crew to be flown back home.
The sudden deaths of the British Airways crew members are just the latest in what’s become an epidemic among those in the aviation field. Doctors and other experts have attributed the death wave to widespread Covid “vaccination” among aviators and flight crews, thanks to the cross-border nature of their professions and the Covid jab mandates established by many airlines, as well as the taxing nature of frequent flights on the cardiovascular system, considering that Covid jabs have been found to attack the human heart.
Notably, British Airways does not appear to have a Covid jab mandate for its employees, but the flight crew of both deceased British Airways employees did, obviously, fly internationally.
“Our thoughts are with our colleagues’ family and friends at this difficult time,” British Airways told the UK Sun, the British publication that broke the stories of the crew member deaths to the public.
“Crew are frantic,” a “source” reportedly told The Sun.
“These were two healthy people who suddenly dropped dead. There were no reported underlying health issues.”
“The crew were family men, and leave devastated families in shock and disbelief.
“It has been a traumatic festive period for [British Airway’s flying team. Everyone is deeply upset.”