‘In this article, I list over 15 reasons US Federal Air Surgeon Susan Northrup should resign immediately. If she does not resign, she should be fired.
Failing to investigate numerous safety issues associated with the vaccine that were brought to her attention is inexcusable. Her actions risk the lives and health of FAA employees, pilots, and the public. I know of people inside the FAA and pilots who have been killed or permanently disabled because they followed the FAA’s directive to be vaccinated. Susan has not called any of these people to investigate. Nobody from the FAA has. That is a dereliction of duty.
Also, since the FAA has never held an honest roundtable where the safety and efficacy issues associated with the COVID, I am now collaborating with US Freedom Flyers, Senator Ron Johnson, and The Highwire to do our own roundtable where we invite all interested FAA employees, doctors from either side of the debate, and pilots and FAA employees who want to tell their vaccine injury story (or the story of a friend if the person fears retribution).’https://stevekirsch.substack.com/p/us-federal-air-surgeon-susan-northrup
Jet2 is a budget airline based at Leeds Bradford Airport in West Yorkshire, England. One of its Boeing 737-800 jets took off from Birmingham at 4:18 p.m. local time en route to Antalya, Turkey on August 23. It’s unclear how many passengers were aboard. But those particular planes have maximum capacities of 189 passengers. All of said passengers got a major scare when the plane experienced “moderate turbulence” at 30,000, about three hours into the flight.
‘Ryan Farran, 39, is a pilot from the United States, and filmed this video in December 2020 in Papua New Guinea!
“The video is just a routine day of flying in Papua New Guinea during the rainy season. It rains a lot here, so the mountain airstrips can get pretty muddy and slippery at times” said Ryan.
“I’ve been flying here in PNG for 5 years. I fly the Kodiak 100 airplane. I started flying when I was 19 years old. I fly missionaries, do medical flights, and community development here in PNG” said Ryan.’