Pilots of fighter-bombers F-35A, the U.S. air force since June, five times after flights have reported symptoms similar to oxygen deprivation, the Air Force reports citing Pentagon spokesman Joe Dellavedova.
The newspaper reminds that the flights of these aircraft were temporarily suspended on June 9 on the basis of the armed forces of the United States in Arizona after pilots from may to June several times complained of symptoms similar to hypoxia. The causes of poor health, the pilots were not identified, and the flights on the F-35A resumed from 21 June, the report says.
Since then, there have been five similar cases recorded at three different US bases, the newspaper writes.
According to George.Dellavedova, “such incidents pose a real danger to aviation.”