COVID-vaccinated pilots endangering passengers, says air accident investigator
A significant number of pilots are experiencing adverse reactions to the COVID-19 experimental vaccine.

Jeremiah Church

November 21, 2023

An air accident investigator and pilot of over 40 years is sounding the alarm over the dangers that COVID-vaccinated pilots may pose to passengers and aircraft.

COVID-vaccinated pilots endangering passengers, says air accident investigator

Captain Shane Murdock, who holds an MSc in Human Factors in Aviation, said in a recent interview with the U.K. news website The Conservative Woman that a significant number of pilots are experiencing adverse reactions to the COVID-19 experimental vaccine.

“When correlated, the data indicate there is an enormous problem that is having, and will have, a significant impact on aviation safety worldwide. There is enough evidence to be sending out red flags,” said Murdock.

Recent studies indicate that pilots have been reluctant to report health concerns if they feel their job is threatened.

“They are not reporting brain fog, heart flutters and dizzy spells because they don’t want to lose their jobs,” said Murdock.

“Disasters will occur and both aircrew and the traveling public will die unnecessarily.”

Pilots are consistently screened and checked for illness or injury in order to ensure optimum health for such a demanding role. However, last year the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) altered their electrocardiogram (ECG) screening testing parameters to such a degree that reportedly allows some heart issues to slip by.

The COVID-19 vaccine has been known to cause heart injuries which result in permanent heart damage or death.

Murdock and 12 of his colleagues rejected the vaccine, despite the mandate from their employer, Virgin Australia – a choice that cost them their jobs.

Significant rise in distress calls

It was also reported that there was a significant increase in mayday calls during 2022 and 2023.  

Throughout 2018 and 2019, mayday calls accounted for an average of 29% of all distress calls worldwide. However, it was reported that during 2022 and 2023, the number of mayday calls increased by 272% and 386%, respectively.

Even the FAA admitted to an unknown rise in near collisions, to which none have a clear answer to explain the phenomenon.

As reported by The Counter Signal, last year the Global Aviation Advocacy Coalition (GAAC) called for an end to vaccine mandates for pilots worldwide due to a disturbing number of them having vaccine injuries, some of which resulted in death.

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