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Angel Brain is a former Senior Air Stewardess in service with Gulf Air, Manama. Bahrain, from
She flew long/med/shorthaul to worldwide destinations and she helped open up two stations in Zanzibar and Casablanca.
Grounded and forced to resign in 1995, due to ill health from being exposed and chemically intoxicated in multiple fume events whilst in service at Gulf Air with the result of Aerotoxic Chemical Injury with significant long term health issues associated with chemical exposure to contaminated air whilst in flight.
She has thirty three years experience with a background in the exclusive health and beauty spa industry as well as in the international travel and leisure industry.
Her specialities are assisting persons on a voluntary basis who have been toxically exposed and suffer from i.e. Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E), Chronic Fatique Syndrome (CFS), Aerotoxic Injury/ Syndrome, Multiple-Chemical-Sensitivities (MCS) and E.M.F sensitivities.
Angel is the British protagonist in the award winning independent documentary 'Unfiltered breathed In -The Truth about Aerotoxic Syndrome'*.
As a campaigner she helps educate for world wide recognition of Aerotoxic Chemical Injury Syndrome since 2008.
She is the founder of Flightoxic International and is very proud to be a part of Aerotoxic Team Global.
Angel lives in a rural location in Britain.
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Bearnairdine Beaumont began her career as a flight attendant at Lufthansa in 1977 on B727/ B747/, after qualifying and working for several years as laboratory technician in a well-known Swiss private clinic.
She then flew long-haul only for a few years on the combination fleet B747/ B707 flying to the most beautiful destinations with a lot of 'off' time to enjoy. Thereafter she advanced to Purser on B737's. This was soon followed by being promoted to Trainings- and then Checkpurser on B737, while flying as Purser-in-charge at the same time also on B737.
Holding a qualification in beauty therapy and make-up artistry she was style advisor for crew concerning uniform and make-up; she also replaced the acting ''Division Chief' in her office during her absences. When the company decided to remove all Checkpursers in an attempt to cut costs, Bearnairdine took licences on the Airbus fleet and was Purser on A319/ A320 from 1994- 1997.
In 1998 she was forced in to a sort of 'job-related ill-health medical retirement' after a long period of sickness, diagnosed to be the result of 'Aerotoxic' poisoning with a severe neurological injury by toxic cabin air, and she is still fighting for her pension.
Bearnairdine is the founder of Aerotoxic Team and the joint network 'Global Aerotoxic Team', a website creating awareness and offering information and help on the topic 'toxic cabin air'. She is a researcher, free lance writer and published author of several books, two of which have the subject Aerotoxic poisoning/injury & it's 'syndrome' and implications.
She is the European protagonist in the award winning independent documentary 'Unfiltered-Breathed-In-The Truth about Aerotoxic Syndrome'* and interviewee in several radio shows and for the print media over the years in relation to toxic cabin air on aircraft. She offers advice and help to victims on a voluntary basis. Bearnairdine has, due to her health issues chosen to live at 1505m above sea level in the Swiss Alps.
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Dee Passon flew for 25 years, between 1979 and 2005.
She worked for British Airways, Air Europe, Britannia Airways and a private jet company as part of the cabin crew. She flew on various planes, including B 747 and B777 aircrafts.
She was promoted to Purser with British Airways in 1998 and promoted again to Cabin Service Director in 2004 on long haul, wide body jets. In the early 90s she also flew on private jets for a while carrying celebrities such as Cindy Crawford, Val Kilmer & Kenneth Branagh around.
In 1994, Dee trained as an aerobics instructor. She was fit, healthy, and had lots of energy. After a career break she returned to flying in January 1996 with British Airway. Over the next 12 years, her health steadily declined.
The first time alarm bells began to ring and she linked her occupation with her symptoms was when she was greeted by her oncologist with : “You are my eighth lady from British Airways this week.”
After being diagnosed with Aerotoxic Syndrome, which she has in a letter signed by her GP that states she has been permanently incapacitated by Aerotoxic Syndrome. she retired in 2009 and began researching natural ways to restore her health.
She is the founder of Toxic Free Airlines, and several facebook pages with the aim to help others in a similar situation, as well as the page ANGEL FLEET which honours our colleagues who have died, many of them way too young.
Dee put an enormous amount of work in to collecting data in an extensive 'Health Survey for Crews', creating an overview over several thousand self-reported ill-health issues and causes of death in air-crew. She campaigns to raise awareness and works as an unpaid adviser to affected passengers and crews of Aerotoxic Syndrome.
Dee chose to live by the sea to help her health condition.
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