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8-year-old girl dies after medical emergency on SkyWest Airlines flight to Chicago

Sydney weston, 8, died after suffering a medical emergency on the chicago bound flight which landed in peoria. when the plane landed she had no pulse..

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Officials in Illinois are investigating after an 8-year-old Missouri girl suffered a medical emergency on a commercial flight Thursday and died.

The child, identified as Sydney Weston of Carl Junction, was traveling with her family on vacation when she "suddenly became ill and then unresponsive in flight", the Peoria County Coroner's Office released in a statement following the incident.

The tragedy took place on a SkyWest Airlines flight that originated from Joplin, Missouri bound for Chicago, Peoria County Sheriff Chris Watkins said.

According to the online site Flight Aware, which tracks flight paths, SkyWest Flight 5121 departed from the Joplin Regional Airport at 5:51 a.m. and, after 42 minutes in air, made an emergency landing at the Peoria International Airport in Illinois.

"Her family immediately notified the flight personnel of her condition, and they began rapidly rendering aid," the coroner wrote.

A SkyWest spokesperson told USA TODAY the plane, operating as United Express, diverted to Peoria and was met by paramedics to attend to the passenger in medical distress.

"We appreciate the efforts of our crewmembers who responded quickly to assist and the medical personnel who met the aircraft," officials released in a statement Friday.

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Girl had no pulse when plane landed

Upon landing in Peoria, she was not breathing and had no pulse, the coroner reported.

Watkins said about 7 a.m., deputies responded to the airport for a medical emergency and when the plane landed officials immediately began life-saving measures on the girl.

The girl was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead at 8:05 a.m., the coroner reported.

Autopsy to determine girl's cause of death

An autopsy was slated Friday to determine the child's official cause and manner of death, according to the coroner.

"Please keep the child's family and everyone who was involved in this traumatic experience in your thoughts and prayers," Watkins posted on the department's Facebook page Thursday.

Natalie Neysa Alund is a senior reporter for USA TODAY. Reach her at [email protected] and follow her on X @nataliealund.

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Why is air quality forecast so bad in Chicago and parts of Illinois? Here's what's happening

According to the national weather service, an air quality alert remains in effect for parts of the chicago area until midnight tuesday after the epa in illinois declared an "air pollution action day" for some counties, by nbc chicago staff • published june 17, 2024 • updated on june 17, 2024 at 12:37 pm.

Why is air quality expected to be so bad in Chicago and parts of Illinois Monday that it sparked an alert from the Environmental Protection Agency ?

According to the National Weather Service, an air quality alert remains in effect for parts of the Chicago area until midnight Tuesday after the EPA in Illinois declared an "Air Pollution Action Day" for some counties, citing "elevated ground-level ozone."

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Where has an air quality alert been issued?

The Action Day includes Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Grundy, Lake, McHenry and Will counties, the IEPA said. It will remain in effect until midnight.

The @ILEPA has issued an Air Pollution Action Day for the Chicago Metropolitan area for Monday, June 17 due to elevated ground-level ozone. The Action Day includes the counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Grundy, Lake, McHenry and Will. Details at: https://t.co/DouRlAXhp3 pic.twitter.com/FuGz8vLEhi — Illinois EPA (@ILEPA) June 16, 2024

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What is an air pollution action day.

According to NWS, "an Air Pollution Action Day is declared when weather conditions are such that widespread ozone and or particulate levels are expected to be at or above the Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups category of the air quality index for multiple days."

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In Illinois, an Air Pollution Action Day is issued when air quality is forecasted to be at or above the Orange or “Unhealthy/Sensitive Groups” category for two or more consecutive days.

In Monday's alert, officials urged "ctive children and adults, especially people with pulmonary or respiratory disease such as asthma" to limit activities outdoors.

Why is the air quality so bad?

There are two major factors that can impact air quality in an area: ground-level ozone or particulate matter, also known as PM2.5.

The World Quality Index on Monday noted that ozone levels were expected to be the largest issue for the region Monday, though as of 9:30 a.m., the PM2.5 was the worst pollutant reported.

That's not unexpected, however.

"Even if the forecast is Orange (unhealthy for sensitive groups), there may be times during the day when air quality is OK for outdoor activities," AirNow.gov notes. "Ozone is often lower in the morning."

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, particulate matter, also called particle pollution, is the term for a "mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air."

"Some particles, such as dust, dirt, soot, or smoke, are large or dark enough to be seen with the naked eye. Others are so small they can only be detected using an electron microscope," the EPA states.

PM2.5 and ground-level ozone are among five major air pollutants regulated by the Clean Air Act, which also includes carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide.

While it may seem unrelated, the weather can dramatically impact both ozone and particulate pollution levels.

As the Chicago area experiences dangerously hot temperatures and sunny skies, it's likely the weather will play a role in Monday's air quality.

That's because "sunshine can cause some pollutants to undergo chemical reactions, resulting in the development of smog" and "higher air temperatures can speed up chemical reactions in the air," according to NWS.

The EPA noted that "ground level ozone forms as a result of chemical reactions between nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds," meaning "emissions from vehicles, power plants, and industrial sources chemically react with sunlight."

How bad is the air quality?

As of 6 a.m., Monday, according to AirNow , the Chicago area's Air Quality Index measured at "Moderate," which ranks as level two on a six level scale. As the day continues, the AQI is expected to reach level three, "Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups."

The AQI is measured based on five major air pollutants, including ground-level ozone, particle pollution and others. Ozone levels tend to be elevated during spells of hot weather, and more particle pollution occurs when residents use air conditioning units in their homes and businesses, officials say.

Those with pulmonary illnesses and other risk factors such as asthma, children and teens, older adults, and individuals who are routinely active outdoors for six or more hours per day should reduce exposure outdoors during the alert, according to officials.

Those who worry about being affected should look out for the following symptoms: wheezing, coughing, a fast heartbeat, fatigue, chest pain and shortness of breath. If symptoms worsen, you should call your doctor or 911.

People are urged to take the following steps to reduce their contributions to air pollution, especially on action days, according to the state EPA.

  • Limit Driving – combine errands, walk, or bike if possible.
  • If driving, avoid idling, consolidate errands, and keep your vehicle and other engines properly tuned.
  • Conserve energy to reduce energy demands.
  • Use environmentally friendly household and cleaning products.
  • Avoid using gasoline-powered equipment like lawnmowers and leaf blowers.
  • Notify colleagues, friends, and family to help protect their health and encourage actions.

How to check air quality in your area

To check the air quality level in your area right now, click here .

What is an unhealthy air quality level?

AirNow said its air quality index determines the level of air pollution and the correlating health concerns.

"When AQI values are above 100, air quality is unhealthy: at first for certain sensitive groups of people, then for everyone as AQI values get higher," the website states.

Once levels reach above 300, they enter the highest level of concern known as "hazardous."

In total, there are six categories: green, or good; yellow, or moderate; orange, or unhealthy for sensitive groups; red, or unhealthy; purple, or very unhealthy; and maroon, or hazardous.

Chicago weather today: Temperatures will feel like 100 degrees

In addition to the air quality alert, Monday is expected to be a muggy and hot day, continuing a long stretch of 90-degree temperatures and even higher heat indices, the NBC 5 storm Team said .

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"Every single day this week will feature temperatures in the 90s and high humidity as well," NBC 5 Meteorologist Alicia Roman said.

The forecast Monday across the Chicago area calls for a high temperature of 96 degrees -- which could tie the record for the Chicago area, set in 1957, Roman said.

Hot and muggy conditions will continue this week with peak heat indices approaching and even exceeding 100 degrees at times. Periodic chances for showers and storms are also expected over the next few days, but most hours should be dry. #ilwx #inwx pic.twitter.com/RGE9OXuj0b — NWS Chicago (@NWSChicago) June 17, 2024

"No lakefront cooling today," Roman stressed.

Additionally, humidity levels Monday will straddle the line between "muggy" and "extreme," Roman added, noting dewpoint temperatures in the 60s and 70s.

Hot and humid conditions are expected each day this week. If spending time outside, stay hydrated, wear light clothing, and take breaks in the shade or indoors! #ilwx #inwx pic.twitter.com/dz1KAQDMFv — NWS Chicago (@NWSChicago) June 17, 2024

"Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate," Roman warned.

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Monday could also see isolated afternoon storms as the day heats up, Roman said.

"There's a low-end chance for a storm with the heating of the day," Roman said. "Not everyone will see it."

Locations that do see storms could see quick, heavy downpours, Roman said.

Temperatures in 90s and isolated storm chances will continue through the rest of the week, Roman said, with relief not arriving until the weekend as a cold front passes through.

At that time, more showers and storm chances are expected, Roman said, with temperatures dipping back down into the mid 80s Sunday.

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BARK Air expands to Chicago's Midway Airport

Bark air luxury airline for dogs expands to chicago's midway.

BARK Air has expanded to five additional airports including Midway in Chicago. The luxury airline for your furry friend now serves New York, LA, London, Paris, San Francisco, Phoenix and Miami/Fort Lauderdale.

CHICAGO - Luxury dog airline BARK Air expanded service to five new locations, including Chicago 's Midway International Airport . 

BARK Air completed its first cross-country flight from New York to Los Angeles on May 23. 

BARK, the company that makes BarkBoxes , announced their latest venture in mid-April with routes catering to the New York City metro area, departing from Westchester County Airport (HPN) with destinations including the Los Angeles area via Van Nuys (VNY) and London, England via Stansted Airport (STN). 

The company announced new routes this week. BARK Air now serves Paris, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami/Fort Lauderdale and Phoenix with more destinations coming soon. 

BARK CEO Matt Meeker told Reuters he thought of BARK Air because he struggled to travel with his Great Dane Hugo.

"I was unable to travel with him long distances and had the idea that there should be an airline that caters to dogs," he revealed. "We cater everything to the dog, trying to lower their anxiety and their stress, so they have the most comfortable, fear-free experience on an airplane."

The "white paw experience" starts even before getting on the plane. Passengers and their furry friends are greeted with a quick check-in in a lounge filled with dog treats.

Pre-flight involves no crates, TSA checkpoints or screening. Each flight has about 10 dogs and 15 people aboard. 

How much does BARK Air cost? 

Regrettably, for our furry friends, this luxury comes with a hefty price tag . Owners looking to fly with their canine companions will need to dig deep into their pockets, as a round-trip ticket for one pet and owner duo could amount to as much as $16,000.

Presently, Bark Air offers two exclusive flight routes originating from Westchester County Airport: one to Van Nuys Airport at $6,000 per one-way trip for a dog and its human companion, and the other to London's Stansted Airport priced at $8,000 per one-way journey.

Upon booking, passengers are paired with a dedicated Bark concierge who gathers essential details about the four-legged travelers, ensuring a tailored and comfortable flight experience.

Fox Business contributed to this report. 

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A new airline for dogs is getting a major route upgrade.  BARK Air , which took to the skies on May 23, recently expanded to new destinations both in the United States and around the world. Dogs, and their owners, will be able to fly to Paris, Chicago, San Jose, Phoenix, and Fort Lauderdale on new service that begins in October. These new routes will complement the existing service connecting New York, Los Angeles, and London.  “We’ve had such high demand, that we’re expanding service to five new destinations and seven new routes both domestically and internationally,” a BARK Air spokesperson shared in a statement to Travel + Leisure.  BARK Air operates on Gulfstream G5 jets, and the airline says that each plane can accommodate 14 dogs and humans, however the airline will never sell more than 9 tickets to keep things spacious. Passengers fly in and out of metro areas of major cities, but not necessarily the city itself. For example, flights marketed out of New York operate from Westchester County Airport, and flights to San Francisco actually operate from San Jose airport.  Upon landing, the airline provides free ground transportation within a 30 mile radius around the metropolitan area.  Domestic routes start at $6,000 and the international routes start at $8,000, with the New York to Paris journey totaling $8,500, according to the company's website. “We are excited to expand BARK Air’s service to new cities and through new routes, accommodating customer demand and bringing our unique, stress-free dog-centric travel experience to even more families,” BARK’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Matt Meeker said in a release about the new routes.  Since its launch, BARK Air social media feed has become popular with its videos and photos of dogs going viral. One Instagram Reel has over one million views as it details the extravagant amenities available for dogs as they board and fly on the plane. 

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Yes. If you wish to stay overnight or in a day room at LHR, book your stay at the Aerotel London Heathrow. The establishment is located in Terminal 3 landside and has 82 guest rooms which can be rented hourly or for overnight stays. You can rent the room for 6h, 9h, 12h, or 24h.

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LHR has a bus station, just a short walk from Terminals 2 and 3, but you’ll also find some buses outside Terminals 4 and 5. Various companies provide these buses, and their services extend to downtown London, west London, railway stations, and many more. You can also take the Heathrow Express, a train from LHR to Paddington Station. Trains leave every 15min. The other train is the Heathrow Connect which departs every 30min but offers a slower service. The Underground or the Tube to Piccadilly is another train option from LHR. Taxis and rental cars are also available at Heathrow Airport.

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Around 1,602 kg of carbon is emitted per passenger on flights from Chicago to London. Fly with Delta, KLM, or British Airways for a more sustainable journey. These airlines emit 32%, 20%, and 20% less carbon per passenger on these flights to London. Moreover, each of these airlines offers nonstop flights from Chicago to London.

Which accessible services are offered at London Gatwick Airport?

LGW is an accessible airport with barrier-free access to all areas of the airport complex. Reserved spots are available at the parking, and lifts and ramps have been provided too. The airport has unisex accessible toilets dotted around the airport for those in wheelchairs. The airport also has special help points with telephones where passengers with any disability can call and get assistance. The airport also has a one-of-a-kind sensory room which provides a calming and relaxing environment for passengers with disabilities like autism and dementia.

Which airport should I fly into in London?

You should select your arrival airport depending on where you are staying in the UK. Travel times will also differ depending on the type of transport you take. Heathrow Airport is 14 miles west of central London and arguably the easiest airport for getting into town, with connections to the London Underground, the Heathrow Express, and bus services. Gatwick is located 25 miles from the city center and is served by the Gatwick Express, Southern, and Thameslink trains.

Where can I get a meal at Chicago O’Hare?

There are over 60 places to dine at Chicago O’Hare, from full service restaurants to soups and salads. Order a glass of wine or ale, savor a Chicago-style hot dog, or purchase a healthy snack to go at one of these convenient and cozy locations.

Can I go shopping at Chicago Airport?

Browse through more than 30 shops at Chicago airport and pick up last-minute items before you fly. International travelers can choose from a large selection of duty-free items as well as cosmetics, luxury apparel, and travel accessories.

I’m traveling with a baby. What kind of facilities are available?

If you’re looking for a place to feed your child, six Mother’s rooms are located within Chicago airport and are equipped with comfortable seats, a sink, and changing table. For the convenience of traveling families, there are also a number of unisex restrooms and changing stations in each terminal.

What is the cheapest flight from Chicago to London?

In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Chicago to London was $182 for a one-way ticket and $451 for a round-trip.

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Chicago has 2 major airports: Chicago Midway and Chicago O'Hare Intl. London is served by 5 airports: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Southend, and London Stansted. You’ll usually find the cheapest deals if you fly from Chicago O'Hare Airport and land at London Heathrow Airport.

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British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, American Airlines, and Lufthansa offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Chicago to London flight route.

Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Chicago to London?

The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Chicago to London flight route.

Which airline alliances offer flights from Chicago to London?

oneworld, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between Chicago and London, with oneworld being the most commonly used for this route.

On which days can I fly direct from Chicago to London?

There are nonstop flights from Chicago to London on a daily basis.

Which is the best airline for flights from Chicago to London, Scandinavian Airlines or United Airlines?

The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Chicago to London are Scandinavian Airlines and United Airlines. With an average price for the route of $446 and an overall rating of 7.4, Scandinavian Airlines is the most popular choice. United Airlines is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of $776 and an overall rating of 7.4.

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KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to London from Chicago is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

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Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to London with an airline and back to Chicago with another airline.

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We endes up sitting separate because J refuse to pay for a seat when I already paid for a ticket. Bummer. Food was pretty bad and we had to pay for wine. We flew through rough weather. I guess it’s all about reducing cost. Movies were good though.

flight attendant spilled juice on me entertainment was limited i wanted to upgrade but $$$ was exorbitant i purchased $69 seat, only to find out day of flight/purchase never went through & I was "assigned" a terrible seat! ( btw another passenger complained of the same thing happening to her)

Other than a delay that had nothing to do with the staff, it was a very pleasant experience.

SAS is the representation of the Scandinavian minimalism, which I like. I wished they had a more relaxed policy on free water distribution beyond one bottle (500 ml) per person and two drinks, including water, per overseas flight.

TERRIBLE! Staff was unfriendly, rude, and demeaning. One flight attendant touched me to grab the complimentary blanket off my neck because I couldn't take it home, while a bunch of other people took theirs home. I have never been so ill treated. I am not happy at all. And flight was delayed, no information until short notice for everything. Lost an entire day at my destination. I expect a full refund for that experience. Never will fly with them EVER again

All was good. I think the back of the plane should be boarded first. It would be faster. Minimal waiting time behind passengers loading their carry on baggage.

My return flight has been changed to JFK from EWR without any notice or reason

This was my first time flying SAS and used them for 4 flights. The crews, flight and communication was outstanding. I flew premium economy and was extremely impressed by their SAS lounges. I will 100% ise SAS again. Everyone was so pleasant!

I upgraded to economy plus and it’s so worth the price. The crew is exceptional and the food is pretty decent. I would definitely fly with them again.

The flight was on time and loading was fine. I really disliked that all drinks other than coffee or tea had a cost. Deplaning was also an issue as people did not wait for those in front of them to get out before they pushed forward

The plane was freezing cold. Normally I’m fine on planes but I needed to toss a sweatshirt on this time.

I missed this flight due to delays on my previous flight.

Crew never smiled, never helped , told me to make my own bed ( in Upper class), never offered a drink

Information when booking said the flight would be with American Airlines but the flight was actualy with British Airways. Check in from Orlando was nice and quick. I agreed to put my cabin case in the checked luggage as it was a full flight. Case came back damaged (unable to put the handle down) so will have to dispose of it. Seats were quite cramped with very little leg room, even for economy. This was the experience of both the outgoing and return flight. Cabin crew were ok and flight time was punctual.

Missed this flight due to the first AA flight delay

Missed connection from Philadelphia to London because flight from DC was seriously delayed. Was re-routed the next day (had to pay for hotel) to Zurich and was given a main cabin middle seat while I had paid for premium. Great job AA!!!

My husband and I pre-ordered our food, but they did not have my husband’s order, and my cheese plate was very average. I asked for a blanket and was told they don’t carry blankets on domestic routs. The flight was on time and smooth!

Original flight delayed several times and finally canceled at 2:30 in the morning. Staff at the gate was not very helpful in resolving problems or communicating why there were delays. I spent 34 hours at the airport before I could leave, they couldn't book me on another early flight even after canceling my original flight. Next flight available after my original flight was canceled was 22 hours later. I will never fly American Airlines again.

very very tight seats unfriendly crew who do not seem to care about the comfort of their passengers and do not know how to smile poor ground staff support at LHR and PHX

So uncomfortable to sit in the tiny space on a long, international. Food was rough. Please, less white flour and processed food.

Yeah you have time and can sit around for a while to be okay for you but if you planned on getting connected flights I recommend not to fly with this Airline it's best they for flying out of the country

Very poor experience the flights were delayed and poor. I think we should have been upgraded on the next flight. I don't think we will be flying again you coming or going in the states and out of the country. This was a nightmare I realize that the flight wasn't so expensive but I still think we should be given at least a third back for the cost of this experience

When our first flight was late, meaning we missed our flight to Madrid that day, American rescheduled us for the next flight the next day, gave vouchers for meals and hotel, and lounge access.

Since our connecting American Airlines flight was delayed we missed our originally scheduled flight. That meant there were no business class seats available, so we got the last two premium economy seats on the next day’s flight.

For the most part, the staff was very polite, Besides the lady that was scanning passports and boarding passes from Madrid to Dallas. She was very rude and disrespectful and she’s honestly the main reason why we will not use Iberia again. My husband is a pilot. He said he’s never seen anything like that the way she acted. Our experience of flying premium economy didn’t seem worth price.

I forgot to check-in the day in advance that is required for British Airlines so I was very scared that I would not be able to make my flight. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that this did not prove to be an issues as the person checking me in at the desk was the sweetest person ever. She helped me get to my flight on time and the crew on the flight were the nicest people I have ever met. Great customer service.

Flight was canceled. I had to rebook on different airline

The comfort level was low, but the staff was nice

Very bad experience with meal served. I asked for a diabetic meal. Was served everything a diabetic lersn cannot eat. So i ended up not eating the whole flight dinner and breakfast.

Bad. Requested a diabetic meal. Was served everything i couldnt eat. So i did not estbthe whole flight dinner / breakfast. Sad and uncomfortable.

Great crew, bumpy landings, two-hour wait for baggage with no communication or explanation. Will not fly again!

My experience with Icelandair was just ok, nothing special. Requested wheelchair service for my wife and none was offered at checking in Baltimore or available for her upon arrival at Gatwick airport in London.

Decent service - nice seats. Crew were not overly attentive but can’t complain overall for the money

Very nice flight, easy connections in Keflavík, and friendly crew.

I will never fly this airline again. Checking in was poor , we had to go back to the check in counter at Raleigh - Durham international airport three times because they didn’t issue my boarding pass but rather duplicated my husband’s twice which caused a big headache at the passport control at the airport which triggered security alert and wouldn’t let us pass through we we had to wait for long time to be able to explain and clear everything after talking to the supervisor.. No food on the plane , not even crackers. No food was offered to buy ether . No ear phone was provided . Very little time to make from one plane to another and nobody to assist with smooth transition. Flight itself , we felt safe so thank you to the pilots . But customer service was terrible . We spent $ 2500 on 2 tickets, so I cannot say that service was consistent with the price .

Seats are way too much now with these new airplanes especially long flights like we had. I was 7 month pregnant and in a lot of discomfort due to small seats.

Food was horrible. This wasn’t business class. No leg space, can’t sleep in row position, huge delay

I liked how easy my transfers between flights in Keflavik were. I would have appreciated more food options in Keflavik.

The plane was flaming hot! Could not breathe. Everyone coughing from heat. Awful.

My biggest problem was the flight from KEF to DUB was delayed, which caused me to miss my connecting flight in DUB and we were forced into an unplanned 10-hour layover in DUB. Crew and boarding staff were all very friendly but this was a real inconvenience and especially uncomfortable for my disabled wife.

We were on flight for 7 hrs and there was no WiFi. Not really easy to use any of our electronics. Def not ideal

Plane had a navigation problem which took 2 hours to try and fix. Didn’t work so then they said they didn’t need it. Could have saved 2 hours

They canceled the flight and would not rebook us within several days

We have a lot to say when BA cancelled our flight the last minute and put us on Air France’s already overbooked flight; and took no responsibility to ensure we are safe and met our travels. It’s day 2 and we have not reached our final destination yet. BA took no responsibility, but were happy to keep the money! If it were not for third party ground staff at Dallas BA we would have not gotten to India. BA has a lot to answer!

Our seats were moved by ticketing agent at Chicago, so we thought we were getting an upgrade. Turns out we were put next to 4 children 2 of which cried or screamed for the entire 7.5 hour flight. It was a terrible experience for us.

The aircraft left 5 hours later than original dipartire time They let all passengers board and sit for 3 hours in a hot air plain with no A/C. Than they made all passengers leave the air plain due to some issues to the engine. Passengers received 1 glass of water the entire time . Than they boarded everyone again and took almost another hour before they took off. I bought these tickets for my 74 years old mother, Julianna Horvathne Kas and my nephew, Balázs Kelemen. Definitely going to request for a compensations!!

Economy class has no legroom so if you have the money worth to upgrade! Food was absolutely horrible! The crew was super nice!!!!!

Very bed boarding, there was overbooked and make a lot of problems and noises

On my way from Chicago to London, I was seated next to a quite heavy passenger. I could barely move. BA should have ensured that overweight customers are placed in comfortable seats and not to penalize also other passengers because BA is not willing to accommodate these passengers and their needs. No respect at all.

The flight as far as timings go was excellent. Unfortunately we ended up sat with someone on a night flight who had been drinking alcohol before boarding and BA staff were happily serving him more alcohol. He was very drunk which made our flight uncomfortable and awkward. My partner had this person lying on him whilst asleep. Alcohol should be served minimally. If there had been an emergency this person would not have been in a fit state to act accordingly.

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Electric air taxis are on the way – quiet eVTOLs may be flying passengers as early as 2025

I magine a future with nearly silent air taxis flying above traffic jams and navigating between skyscrapers and suburban droneports . Transportation arrives at the touch of your smartphone and with minimal environmental impact.

This isn’t just science fiction. United Airlines has plans for these futuristic electric air taxis in Chicago and New York . The U.S. military is already experimenting with them . And one company has a contract to launch an air taxi service in Dubai as early as 2025. Another company hopes to defy expectations and fly participants at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Backed by billions of dollars in venture capital and established aerospace giants that include Boeing and Airbus, startups across the world such as Joby , Archer , Wisk and Lilium are spearheading this technological revolution, developing electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft that could transform the way we travel.

Electric aviation promises to alleviate urban congestion, open up rural areas to emergency deliveries, slash carbon emissions and offer a quieter, more accessible form of short-distance air travel.

But the quest to make these electric aircraft ubiquitous across the globe instead of just playthings for the rich is far from a given. Following the industry as executive director of the Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education provides a view of the state of the industry. Like all great promised paradigm shifts, numerous challenges loom – technical hurdles, regulatory mazes, the crucial battle for public acceptance and perhaps physics itself.

Why electrify aviation?

Fixed somewhere between George Jetson’s flying car and the gritty taxi from “The Fifth Element ,” the allure of electric aviation extends beyond gee-whiz novelty. It is rooted in its potential to offer efficient, eco-friendly alternatives to ground transportation, particularly in congested cities or hard-to-reach rural regions.

While small electric planes are already flying in a few countries , eVTOLs are designed for shorter hops – the kind a helicopter might make today, only more cheaply and with less impact on the environment. The eVTOL maker Joby purchased Uber Air to someday pair the company’s air taxis with Uber’s ride-hailing technology.

In the near term, once eVTOLs are certified to fly as commercial operations, they are likely to serve specific, high-demand routes that bypass road traffic. An example is United Airlines’ plan to test Archer’s eVTOLs on short hops from Chicago to O'Hare International Airport and Manhattan to Newark Liberty International Airport .

While some applications initially might be restricted to military or emergency use, the goal of the industry is widespread civil adoption, marking a significant step toward a future of cleaner urban mobility.

The challenge of battery physics

One of the most significant technical challenges facing electric air taxis is the limitations of current battery technology.

Today’s batteries have made significant advances in the past decade, but they don’t match the energy density of traditional hydrocarbon fuels currently used in aircraft . This shortcoming means that electric air taxis cannot yet achieve the same range as their fossil-fueled counterparts, limiting their operational scope and viability for long-haul flights. Current capabilities still fall short of traditional transportation. However, with ranges from dozens of miles to over 100 miles, eVTOL batteries provide sufficient range for intracity hops.

The quest for batteries that offer higher energy densities, faster charging times and longer life cycles is central to unlocking the full potential of electric aviation.

While researchers are working to close this gap, hydrogen presents a promising alternative , boasting a higher energy density and emitting only water vapor. However, hydrogen’s potential is tempered by significant hurdles related to safe storage and infrastructure capable of supporting hydrogen-fueled aviation. That presents a complex and expensive logistics challenge.

And, of course, there’s the specter of the last major hydrogen-powered aircraft. The Hindenburg airship caught fire in 1937, but it still looms large in the minds of many Americans.

Regulatory hurdles

Establishing a “ 4D highways in the sky ” will require comprehensive rules that encompass everything from vehicle safety to air traffic management . For the time being, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is requiring that air taxis include pilots serving in a traditional role. This underscores the transitional phase of integrating these vehicles into airspace, highlighting the gap between current capabilities and the vision of fully autonomous flights.

The journey toward autonomous urban air travel is fraught with more complexities, including the establishment of standards for vehicle operation, pilot certification and air traffic control. While eVTOLs have flown hundreds of test flights, there have also been safety concerns after prominent crashes involving propeller blades failing on one in 2022 and the crash of another in 2023. Both were being flown remotely at the time.

The question of who will manage these new airways remains an open discussion – national aviation authorities such as the FAA , state agencies , local municipalities or some combination thereof.

Creating the future

In the long term, the vision for electric air taxis aligns with a future where autonomous vehicles ply the urban skies, akin to scenes from “ Back to the Future .” This future, however, not only requires technological leaps in automation and battery efficiency but also a societal shift in how people perceive and accept the role of autonomous vehicles , both cars and aircraft, in their daily lives. Safety is still an issue with autonomous vehicles on the ground.

The successful integration of electric air taxis into urban and rural environments hinges on their ability to offer safe, reliable and cost-effective transportation.

As these vehicles overcome the industry’s many hurdles, and regulations evolve to support their operation in the years ahead, I believe we could witness a profound transformation in air mobility. The skies offer a new layer of connectivity, reshaping cities and how we navigate them.

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Jamey Jacob receives federal funding from NASA, FAA, EDA, NSF, DOD, and DHS. He is currently president and co-founder of USA-OK (Unmanned Systems Alliance of Oklahoma), the Oklahoma Chapter for AUVSI (Association of Uncrewed Vehicle Systems International).

Joby, on the helipad, and Volocopter, in the air, demonstrated their eVTOLs in New York in November 2023. Volocopter hopes to fly demonstrations of its VoloCity air taxi at the 2024 Paris Olympics.


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