Captain Alan Dana: The Implications of the Experimental Injections on Air Travel
Speaking at General Assembly Meeting #64 on Monday, November 7, Captain Alan Dana gave an eye-opening presentation on his firsthand experience as a pilot during the rollout of the experimental Covid-19 injections.
Who is Captain Alan Dana?
Captain Dana is a highly experienced pilot who has always taken good care of his health. He holds British, US, and Australian professional Airline Transport Licences, including an FAA Accident Prevention Councillor designation. His total experience is over 35 years, now exceeding 23,000 flight hours. When his employer Qantas insisted he take a novel Covid-19 injection, Alan refused. Qantas fired him. Now, he and other flight crew are taking them to court.
- Alan Dana is a member of the Global Aviation Advocacy (GAA) Coalition, a group comprising passengers, aviation personnel, and multidisciplinary medical and scientific experts. The GAA Coalition was borne out of the need for the most important voices in aviation to be heard, including: Aviation passengers without whom there would be no aviation travel industry; Aviation sector personnel who enable and embody flight safety, and who bear the responsibility for the welfare and lives of aviation passengers in real time; Medics and scientists engaged in transparent scientific debate around Covid-19 and the resultant policies that have impacted global economy, travel and citizens’ lives at every level.
If you happen to know of pilots dealing with adverse vaccine reactions that may impact Passenger Air Safety, please report them confidentially to Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).