The Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, has just widened the acceptable range of heart rhythms for commercial pilots. The FAA guide for aviation medical examiners has a section where it talks about heart arrhythmias and there are restrictions for pilots.
Two key changes were made to that section…
The agency raised the maximum so-called P-R interval for first-degree atrioventricular block to 300 milliseconds, with no regard to age, on the list of “normal variants”. For intervals longer than 300 milliseconds, the FAA will make the call based on evaluations by examiners.
According to the agency, federal air surgeon Susan Northrup has deemed all US authorized COVID vaccines safe for pilots claiming it had “seen no evidence” of vaccine related complications that caused “aircraft accidents or pilot incapacitations.”
Still, these unusual changes are not being backed by any scientific data fueling speculation the FAA is putting both vaccinated and unvaccinated lives at risk.
There is also an unconfirmed rumor that the World Economic Forum attendees, who all flew in on private jets of course, mandated that all private jets be flown also by unvaccinated pilots even though Schwab has been pushing the mandates out to all governments.