Intestinal Issues Dominate Australian Pilot Illness Study

Australian investigators say there were 86 pilot incapacitation incidents reported in the country’s “high-capacity” aircraft operations from 2010-14, 45 of which were caused by gastrointestinal illnesses, including food poisoning. In half of those cases, the pilots were unable to perform duties and...

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