On April 9th 2022, American Airlines Pilot Captain Robert Snow suffered a cardiac arrest minutes after landing flight AAL 1067fn at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
Snow with 31 years of flight service, was mandated to take the Covid-19 injection on November 7th 2021 or face losing his job.
The Airbus A321 twin jet airliner had departed from Denver International with almost 200 passengers onboard.
After landing at Gate 6 at DFW, Captain Snow suffered a post vaccination cardiac arrest. Had it happened six minutes earlier, it would have been a mass casualty disaster.
FAA Violating Own Do Not Fly 61.53 Regulation
The Federal Aviation Authority is tasked with safety risk management for US air travel. To "provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world".
The FAA has violated its own Do-Not-Fly regulation 61.53fn fn by allowing pilots to operate commercial aircraft after being injected with a non FDA approved medical product.
Joshua Yoder from US Freedom Flyers estimates 30% of pilots may need to be disqualified due to Covid-19 vaccine injuries. He has called for immediate actions to be taken by the US airline industry:
- An immediate halt to all mandates.
- Medically retest all vaccinated pilots.
- Certify only those who can show clean EKGs and cardiac MRIs to prove heart health.
- D-Dimer tests to observe any micro blood clotting.
Yoder was interviewed by Steve Kirsch who is investigating the rise in all cause mortality in the vaccinated. Kirsch, along with his family took the Covid-19 injections.
Captain Snow has since spoken to Steve Kirsch about his serious vaccine injury, the interview is here.
No representative from American Airlines visited Captain Robert Snow in the hospital. Their headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas is less than 30 minutes drive away.
Their Chairman Doug Parkerfn, CEO Robert Isomfn nor any of the 10 strong Senior Leadership Team at American Airlines visited or called their pilot to find out what happened or how he is doing.
Other than flying Captain Snow’s family into Dallas, American Airlines have kept all contact to a minimum. Perhaps Captain Snow will be contacted by American Airlines' Survivors Network EBRGfn?
Similar incidents such as Agricultural Pilot Cody Flint (with 10,000+ hours of flight experience) who suffered a blackout whilst flying, no recollection of landing his aircraft, discussed the loss of his health and career post-vaccination in sworn testimony.
I recommend watching Captain Latane Campbell, a pilot for a large American Airliner interviewed by Kirsch, in January 2022. He shared the consensus view of 100 other commerical pilots on the Covid-19 injections and mandates.
Google WhiteWash American Airlines Pilot's Cardiac Arrest from Search Query Index Results
One wonders how colleagues of Captain Robert Snow feel knowing that the world's most used search engine has spent more time deleting news of the near fatal incident from US and UK indexed results?
Search results using Google News using more specific keywords produced:
A further search using: AAL 1067 (flight number), heart attack, Gate 6, Denver to Texas and April 9 2022 (the date) retrieved the following:
A third search, including the pilot's name, likely known to his colleagues and other pilots who took the Covid-19 injections, who may be running a search: Captain Robert Snow, heart attack, cardiac arrest, April 9 2022 and the airport's abbreviated name, DFW.
I included "heart attack" as it is sometimes mis-used to describe a cardiac arrest, though they mean different conditions. A heart attack is when blood flow to the heart is blocked. A cardiac arrest is much worse.
The victim's heartbeat stops abruptly and unexpectedly due to an abnormal heart rate or arrhythmia. They will have little or no fore-warning, lose consciousness and collapse.
No mention of the incident on American Airlines' Newsroomfn webpage either. The subsequent next 4 press releases from 9th April 2022 are below:
American Airlines operate in a highly competitive, small profit margin aviation sector, survived lockdowns by receiving government assisted aid.
How Captain Robert Snow, his family and colleagues must feel about how his cardiac arrest, which could have taken 200 lives, is scrubbed from online existence?
“Is it worth continuing to work for this employer?” “What else could Google be hiding from me?” are questions worth contemplating for his co-workers.
One sector enjoying growth is the private jet market, very popular with corporates and diplomats who do not need adhere to travel lockdowns, CDC mask mandates and "vaccine" guidelines.
Privatefly run a personalised private jet for hire business in the UK, US and mainland Europe, saw a 258% increasefn in sales from 2021 alone.
Update 15th May 2022
Captain Robert Snow Speaks about his Vaccine Injury
Steve Kirsch followed up with Captain Snow, in which he explained how close the plane was to having a serious mid-air catastrophe.
American Airlines headquartered about 10 minutes drive from the hospital Captain Snow was taken. So far, no senior member of American Airlines nor their "survivors netork" have contacted their pilot.
Captain Snow must wear an automatic external defibrillator to monitor his heart.
“The thing that concerns me, is [that] this happened in the right place at the right time. Because if it had happened … any other time where I was either alone or beyond reasonable response time for a medical response, I wouldn’t be here having this conversation.”
The Times reports that attorney John Pierce Law is suing 18 major airlines, including American Airlines.fn His suit focuses on the alleged unconstitutionality of the vaccine mandates imposed on airline employees.
Update: 17th January 2023
Federal Aviation Administration Increases EKG Parameter Range (P-R) for Pilots to Dangerous Levels
Kirsch, has continued his outstanding investigation and follow-up reporting with commercial airlines pilots', mandated to take the Covid-19 injections.
In early January 2023, he shared that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which issues and enforces regulations covering manufacturing, operating, and maintaining aircraft and certifies airmen and airports that serve air carriers.fn
On October 24, 2022, the FAA quietly, without any announcement at all, widened the EKG requirements necessary for pilots to be able to fly.
P-R (a measure of heart function) used to be in the range between 12o to 200 milliseconds (ms) to 120 to 300 ms, which now accommodates people with cardiac injury.
Even Wikipediafn defines the normal P-R interval range between 120 and 200 ms.
Download the FAA guide below:
• Download Pfizer's Adverse Events Report here.
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