Flybe's poisoned planes lead back to BAA
Not content with holding up passengers while they send their security off to hold fake demos in favour of Stansted expansion, BAA have got caught up in a poisoning scandal after cabin crew at Flybe collapsed mid-flight.
Pilots and cabin crew for budget airline Flybe are refusing to fly on BAe 146s following an incident in which crew had to be taken to hospital after inhaling engine fumes which leaked into the cabin.
The planes have been involved in ten leaks over the last 15 months, but incidents have been reported as far back as 2000, when an Air Accidents Investigations Branch probe discovered a number of other occurences across the Flybe fleet.
The planes are manufactured by arms company BAe, whose non-executive Director Nigel Rudd is also chairman of BAA - last seen embroiled in the arms-to-Saudi scandal.
Hardly helping them keep their noses clean, is he?