Two stories that need to be explained and watched:

1. Emirates claims ten passengers were removed from a quarantined flight at New York’s JFK despite reports that a HUNDRED fell ill onboard

Emirates airline has claimed that ten passengers have been removed from a quarantined flight at the John F. Kennedy International Airport despite numerous reports of 100 passengers falling ill.  

The double decker A380 aircraft, which was traveling from Dubai to New York City, landed at the Queens airport Wednesday morning shortly after 9am.  

Initial reports said up to 100 passengers fell ill, but a statement from Emirates put that number at just 10. 

2. FRANCE: Passengers Set Free Following Quarantine at French Airport

SPUTNIK – A passenger plane had been quarantined in an airport in Perpignan, France, on suspicion of a cholera infection on board.

The plane with 141 people onboard, including five children, had been blocked since 1:50 p.m. local time after it had arrived from Algeria.

According to preliminary data, upon arrival, a crew member signaled that one of the passengers, reportedly a child, was ill. The authorities immediately took the child and his mother into the airport for treatment. The other passengers were asked to disinfect their hands.

Cholera is a highly contagious infection that can be transferred by contact with contaminated food or water.

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4 Replies to “Two stories that need to be explained and watched:”

  1. Emirates airline has claimed that ten passengers have been removed from a quarantined flight at the John F. Kennedy International Airport despite numerous reports of 100 passengers falling ill.

    The double decker A380 aircraft, which was traveling from Dubai to New York City, landed at the Queens airport Wednesday morning shortly after 9am.

    In other equally curious news: The First A380 To Enter Service Is Being Scrapped.

    While only for integral sub-modules like landing gear and onboard telecom, that’s still one helluva price-tag to pay for those few transistors.

  2. Incidentally: I saw one of these insane air-frames at LAX a few years ago. Your big jet plane yust kept getting closer and closer until you could see the gravitational distortion waves shimmering off of the A380 … and then you got e v e n … c l o s e r.

    Personally, I was amazed that the tarmac even could support this winged beast.

    You may as well ask an outback or Alaskan, float-plane, bush strip to safely land a B-52.

    If the 9-11 Boeings were any sort of example (and I predicted exactly this, after-that-fact) A380s would be the “crown jewels” for a given terrorist (e.g., bio-chem) attack.

    Whose time has come?

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