Deaths of Younger Pilots Soared in 2021, Study Shows


by Frank Bergman, Slay News:

The number of younger pilots who died suddenly soared in 2021, a new study has revealed.

The deaths were revealed in a detailed analysis of the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) obituaries.

According to the study, the information shows a significant increase in the sudden deaths of younger pilots in 2021.

The ALPA is an organization that represents more than 67,000 pilots at 39 US and Canadian airlines.

The organization is the world’s largest airline pilot union.


The ALPA publishes the monthly Airline Pilot Magazine.

In every edition of its magazine, the ALPA includes a list of pilot members who have died in a section titled “In Memoriam.”

The list is compiled from information provided by family members, as and when the Association receives information.

It is not a complete or timely list of ALPA members who have passed away in any given month but it gives a good indication of how and when pilots died.

What is significant in the data is that it exposes a staggering 40 percent rise in the incidence of younger pilots dying suddenly before the normal retirement age of 65.

This increase happened in the year 2021 – the same year Covid shots were mandated for pilots.

So-called “fact-checkers” have been attempting to dispute the numbers of deaths shown in the data by arguing that it includes delayed obituaries.

The false claims of exponential rises in pilot deaths come from the way the deaths are reported in the ALPA magazine.

They are not cumulative and they are significantly delayed, partly due to the magazine being a monthly publication.

These are pilot deaths that the families of the deceased have decided to make public in honor of their deceased.

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