How was your flight?

1. WestJet flight diverted back to Calgary after pilot medical emergency

WestJet declined to provide details on the illness or the current condition of the pilot, citing privacy concerns

A plane flying from Calgary to Atlanta Monday afternoon was forced to turn around due to a medical emergency involving the pilot.

WestJet flight 1590 landed safely at Calgary International Airport at 1:12 p.m. Monday, just less than about an hour after taking off, according to public flight logs.  The Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane was flying over southeastern Alberta when it turned back toward Calgary.

In an email statement, WestJet spokesperson Madison Kruger said EMS met the flight upon arrival and the pilot was removed from duty. Another pilot onboard took control of the plane.

“All WestJet flights have two pilots, to ensure that should any illness occur in the flight deck, there is an additional pilot onboard to ensure the continued safe operation of the aircraft and the safety of our guests and our crew,” Kruger said.

EMS said they responded to the airport terminal around 1:25 p.m. but that paramedics had no patient contact and left the scene without request for EMS assistance.

Edmontonian John White was a passenger on the flight, sitting four rows from the front of the plane. He first realized something was awry on the flight after noticing concern among flight attendants, one of whom brought a first-aid kit and a defibrillator into the cockpit.

“Then they made the call for if there is a doctor, nurse or EMT on the plane and as luck would have it, one doctor came forward and two nurses,” White said. He said a pilot on board in the passenger area also made his way to the cockpit.

White said the pilot was brought out of the cockpit and set down as medical volunteers treated him. The pilot appeared to collapse shortly afterwards.

“They were able to get him talking again after they got him on the floor, but they were working on him pretty feverishly,” White said.

(OK so what we know is, its heart related, and the government-media complex, conspiracy is a better word, will move mountains to make sure we don’t know what we already know.)

2. Some interesting related images from Big country expatriot

What is he talking about? Well let’s just -tighten up- that shot group so to speak…

As -my notes- show…

2019: 1 Dead
2020: 6 Dead

2021: 12 in the first column Dead

          28 in the second column  Dead
          36 +/- (column cut off) in the third column Dead
          33 +/- (column cut off) in the fourth column Dead
Uhhhhhh
That makes, in 2021 alone with missing data mind you
A grand sum total of -109- dead pilots in 2021 so far
‘Cos that chart?
Stops in September
Thank you Gates of Vienna, M., Sassy, and all who sent in materials today.

Eeyore, yesterday I looked all around to find the list of dead pilots that the tweet above shows. I was not able to find it. “Concerned dad” ought to provide a link.

Also, another list I found (for another year showed almost all were elderly retired pilots.) So I am a bit confused as to what we are looking at in that tweet.

UPDATE: Reader Charlie Yankee Whiskey Gulf Dave did some digging:

Well, that was a pain in the arse. The “In Memorium” columns are not in the table of contents and not always in exactly the same place in each issue, I had to page through each issue individually to find the listing. I didn’t go through every single edition but got the comparable months for 2018 thru 2021, deaths reported in the October and November (or combined issues- 2021 had  a combined issue) Hope my attempt at a table works..
Year of issue, deaths reported from 2 years previous, the year previous and year of.
2018, 3  8  125
2019, 0  6  78
2020  2  8  75
2021  1  7  110

So late reporting seems reasonably consistant over the years, I was working backwards and thought I’d founf somme sort of smoking gun with the jump from 19/20 to 21 but the data from 2018 is of the same magnitude so for now I humbly submit that this is much ado about nothing.

Cheers folks.

Personally I think we still need to wait and see. I think the difference between 2020 and now, is that the stats for 2021 are not fully available, and that the increase from 2020 may be health issues from the shots. We shall see.

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13 Replies to “How was your flight?”

    • At this point, taking a booster is merely an oath of fealty to an all powerful state. Especially given what we know if we look, and even in the most orthodox of journals like Circulation, the Cardiac magazine which we posted here yesterday or the day before.

      • Eeyore, yesterday I looked all around to find the list of dead pilots that the tweet above shows. I was not able to find it. “Concerned dad” ought to provide a link.

        Also, another list I found (for another year showed almost all were elderly retired pilots.) So I am a bit confused as to what we are looking at in that tweet.

  1. About the update on point 2: the dead pilots.
    … «elderly retired pilots», m´kay, but then many from that category should have passed away in 2019 and 2020 as well?
    There are tens of thousands of commercial pilots flying around, if that site is for honoring them when they die it is 2021 that looks normal.

    I have not seen that chart anywhere else, and I hang around the net for hours almost every day.

  2. First post here, just a caution right now, I’ve been a member of ALPA for 21 years, this list comes out once or twice a year and there are always numbers like this, deaths are published in the magazine when the editors are made aware of them, most are reported promptly, some take a little longer and there are the odd ones that take a couple years to be reported. Most 2019 deaths would have been reported already in early 2020.

    Give me a couple hours (or a day) and I’ll see if I can go through back issues to see how many were reported in each of the last couple years and I’ll report back.

    • Well, that was a pain in the arse. The “In Memorium” columns are not in the table of contents and not always in exactly the same place in each issue, I had to page through each issue individually to find the listing. I didn’t go through every single edition but got the comparable months for 2018 thru 2021, deaths reported in the October and November (or combined issues- 2021 had a combined issue) Hope my attempt at a table works..
      Year of issue, deaths reported from 2 years previous, the year previous and year of.
      2018, 3 8 125
      2019, 0 6 78
      2020 2 8 75
      2021 1 7 110

      So late reporting seems reasonably consistant over the years, I was working backwards and thought I’d founf somme sort of smoking gun with the jump from 19/20 to 21 but the data from 2018 is of the same magnitude so for now I humbly submit that this is much ado about nothing.

      Cheers folks.

    • Well, that was a double pain in the arse, the “In Memorium” columns are not in the table of contents so I had to leaf through each issue to find it. Delayed reporting is definitely the reason for the numbers seen, to save work I just looked at the previous years issues for the same months, Oct/Nov, or combined issues (2021). Hope my table attempt works, it will be Year of issue, deaths 2 years prior, deaths previous year and deaths current year.
      2018, 3 8 126
      2019 0 6 78
      2020 2 6 75
      2021 1 7 110

      I was working backwards and thought I found a smoking gun until I got to 2018 and saw numbers of the same magnitude. Short version, I humbly submit that there is nothing to see here.

      **Not that there won’t be or there is something not yet visible in this data, but for now it doesn’t look as if anything is yet going on.

      Cheers.

      If this shows up twice, the hotel internet failed just as I went to post it and had to try again as it looked as if it had disappeared.

  3. This is not an accurate measure. From this first batches of shots, we will only see a slight increase in death rates, I believe because it is still a double blind experiment for the kill shot. Possible multiple purposes with this world-wide double blind trial.

    Overall, death rates have inclined for years and birth rates have declined for years. The study of pilot deaths confirms this. Almost 140 deaths in 2019 from a different data source, and over 120 in 2014. Over 100 in 2020. Mostly below 40 from 1969-1996.

    I studied Arizona dept. of health data and found stead increase in death rate, steady decrease in birth rate, for over a decade. I encourage you to study your own states, or any small population like the pilots that can be found. We are deep into the war on humanity. It didn’t start with Covid.

    Look for a hydrogel patch vaccine to come out that is supposed to be the answer but is actually their answer to their scheduled depopulation goals. If it isn’t that, then it will be one of the upcoming vaccines that will have people dropping like flies.

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