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Monday, June 16, 2014

Health and Safety - Kill All Insects/Bugs

Kudos to British Airways for follwoing the health and safety rules (laid down by someone or other) and spraying the cabins of their aircraft with some form of insect/bug killer just before take off.

However, maybe they could warn the passengers first so we could at least cover our drinks so the spray partciles don't contminate the drink?

Just a thought!

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  1. Expat in Canada6:00 PM

    Australia has been doing this on every arriving aircraft for decades.

    "Welcome to Australia" cough choke wheeze etc.

    I used to go there regularly on business in the early '80's. After crossing the Pacific for hours, you are not feeling your best, and then you get this sprayed all over you before you are allowed out of your seat.

  2. Reminds me of a fact revealed in Christopher Snowdens excellent book "Velvet Glove, Iron fist" concerning the banning of smoking on all flights in 1994. It is all about the air conditioning. Before this ban, there was an air change in the system every half hour. To save money, when there was no tobacco smoke in the air, this air change was reduced to every two hours. What followed was not only an increase in respiratory problems...colds and flu and maybe worse...but something new...and possibly fatal...DVT.

  3. It is nice to use the insect killer chemicals but proper health and safety precaution also follow to avoid any health hazard.


  4. Australia does it to stop the spread of pests & diseases, seeing as how they have been an isolated land mass for thousands of years. What reason do BA have for doing the same thing on departing aircraft - I'm assuming you mean UK departures, Ken?