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COVID-19 vaccinated pilots to cause airline industry DISASTER, warns whistleblower pilot



A pilot has warned that the airline industry is "poised on the precipice of disaster," with data suggesting that many tragedies in the industry are linked to the mandated COVID-19 vaccines.


At the height of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, nearly all major airlines around the world mandated vaccines for their employees.


Vaccinated pilots not declaring ill health for fear of losing their jobs


In 2021, several of the largest pilots associations and most major carriers, including Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines, confirmed that they would follow President Biden's executive order requiring all staff to get vaccinated.


Airlines are considered government contractors under Biden's federal vaccine plan. Biden also thanked United Airlines for being the first carrier to implement a COVID-19 vaccine mandate.


According to United, hundreds of vaccine holdouts changed course because they risked losing their jobs. As of Sept. 28, 2021, 593 employees refused to get the vaccine. However, by Oct. 7, that number decreased to 232.


Now, Captain Shane Murdock, 60, is warning that the airline industry is headed for disaster.


A pilot for more than 40 years and a qualified air accident investigator, Murdock has discovered official data that supports his claim of an impending global catastrophe involving the airline industry. When correlated, the data suggests "[there] is enough evidence to be sending out red flags."


There's no denying that 2023 was a year of several tragedies.


Back in March, there were at least seven recorded pilot incapacitations. One was a British Airways pilot who collapsed and died in Cairo, Egypt, not long before he was scheduled to fly Airbus A321 from Cairo to London.


In April, Phil Thomas, a young graduate of the Cadiz, Spain, flight training academy, fell ill. He died soon after.


Pilots are generally healthy, so why did many of them die suddenly or collapse?


Murdock suspects that they suffered severe adverse side effects from the COVID-19 vaccines, which have been linked to health issues such as anaphylaxis, blood clots, brain fog, insomnia and myocarditis (heart inflammation).


He warned that some pilots are "ticking timebombs," with many not declaring ill-health for fear of losing their jobs.


Pilots undergo comprehensive annual health checks, and those who have been sick get examined after six months. According to the rules, aviators can only pass health checks with a less than one percent chance of suffering an illness that could incapacitate them.


But how are pilots passing medical exams if they are suffering serious adverse reactions?


In 2022, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the global aviation regulator, changed the electrocardiogram (ECG) markers used to measure the "PR interval." The PR interval refers to the time it takes for an electrical impulse to travel from one part of the heart to another. It is an indicator of heart health.


The FAA's new limit is 50 percent longer than the previous limit, meaning that if a pilot has developed a heart condition, it could remain undetected.


Pilots who refused to get vaccinated have lost their jobs


On November 15, 2020, Australian airlines mandated COVID-19 vaccines for 900 pilots and all air and ground crew. The AstraZeneca, Moderna and Pfizer vaccines were all rolled out in Australia.


Murdock was one of 12 pilots who refused to get vaccinated. He lost his job and was accused of serious professional misconduct, a charge often reserved for inappropriate sexual behavior or reckless and dangerous behavior.


Murdock, who lives near Sydney, Australia, flew as Captain for Virgin Australia for 20 years. He has held a license since 1984.


According to Murdock: "Somewhere on the international network daily, you will find a plane has been turned back because of a health emergency. Either a passenger health emergency or crew health emergency."


The nickname for a pilot's mayday radio call to air traffic control is a "squawk." The code 7700 is used for all mayday calls and is reserved for serious incidents like pilot incapacitation or an uncontained fire on board. Few scenarios require a mayday because it means passengers and crew are facing genuine peril.


A bot set up by the X (formerly Twitter) account @GCFlightAlerts has tracked "an unprecedented rise in the numbers of mayday calls." The account posts whenever a pilot squawks 7700 anywhere in the world.


Between 2018 and 2019, the mayday average was 29.1 percent of all distress calls. By 2022, mayday calls increased by an alarming 272 percent. In the first three months of 2023, the increase was 386 percent.


This increase coincides with the time COVID-19 vaccines were mandated to pilots. (Related: America is witnessing DELIBERATE DESTRUCTION of its aviation industry.)


The average age of death in Australia during the pandemic was 85.3 years. The figures did not justify mandating vaccination to overall healthy pilots and implementing a no vaccine, no job policy.


The mandate also violated FAA rules, which state that a pilot is not allowed to take any type of medicine unless it has been approved and in use in the general population for at least 12 months. In the U.S., COVID-19 vaccines only received emergency use authorization, not approval, from the FDA during the pandemic.


Murdock also analyzed the number of multi-crew licenses issued by Australia’s regulator, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). CASA has the authority to impose restrictions on Airline Transport Pilot's Licenses (APTL).


A multi-crew license is issued to pilots when their medical status indicates there is a chance they may become incapacitated while flying. CASA monitors and administers medical certification and licensing for all Australian pilots. Data shows that there has been an unprecedented increase of 126 percent on limitations since COVID vaccines were mandated.


This alone should prompt a major review by CASA, but they did nothing while Australia’s drug watchdog, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), still encourages COVID-19 vaccinations.


Murdock said this lack of action by regulatory agencies can have only one result, especially with the spike in plane emergency landings caused by pilot incapacitations.


"Disasters will occur and both aircrew and the traveling public will die unnecessarily," warned Murdock.


Visit VaccineWars.com for more stories about COVID-19 vaccine injuries and deaths.


Watch the video below as a U.S. Navy Medical Officer talks about how COVID-19 vaccination is linked to an increase in heart-related health problems among pilots.




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