Weird conspiracy theories behind why cabin crew spray aircraft cabins in Australia

Cancer-causing, mind-controlling and a secret government plot: The bizarre conspiracy theories behind why flight attendants spray aircraft cabins before landing in Australia – but there is a simple explanation

  • Spray is often used on airplanes that fly from Asia and land in Australia
  • Some passengers expressed concern about the ingredients of the spray
  • Others suggested bizarre conspiracy theories about what the spray does

Travelers have devised a series of bizarre conspiracy theories regarding a fog that has been sprayed into aircraft cabins before they land in Australia.

The spray is often used on airplanes that fly from Asia and its spread is sometimes accompanied by an explanatory announcement.

Some passengers have expressed concern about the spray and said they do not know what it is or what it is used for.

& # 39; My concern is … what is the spray and ingredients. I may be a little old-fashioned, but I would have liked to have been informed about this prior to spraying after an announcement from an Australian government who never mentioned the spray, & posted a worried traveler from Bali to Australia online.

Travelers have come up with a series of bizarre conspiracy theories regarding a fog that has been sprayed into aircraft cabins before they land in Australia

Travelers have come up with a series of bizarre conspiracy theories regarding a fog that has been sprayed into aircraft cabins before they land in Australia

Some passengers have expressed concern about the spray and said they do not know what it is or what it is used for

Some passengers have expressed concern about the spray and said they do not know what it is or what it is used for

Some passengers have expressed concern about the spray and said they do not know what it is or what it is used for

Some people suggested bizarre conspiracy theories about what the purpose of the spray was.

& # 39; It's a carcinogenic insect spray and many people I flew with (who are still flying) have cancer & # 39 ;, a person suggested on a post on social media.

& # 39; Accumulation is the problem, so if you fly irregularly, you should detox afterwards. Many aviation employees combat this. Use a mask. & # 39;

Another traveler suggested that the spray & # 39; vaccinated & # 39 ;.

& # 39; You know there is an agenda to depopulate this rock, called the Earth, and a better way to depopulate than by chemicals and viruses to make you sick, this way they can save you a lot of money Finish before you die, it's all about the money honey … & they said.

An airline passenger said the fog was toxic.

& # 39; Just another way the new world order government is slowly killing everyone & # 39 ;, they said.

Another made a sarcastic suggestion that the spray was a secret conspiracy by the government.

An airline passenger said the fog was toxic

Some people suggested bizarre conspiracy theories about what the purpose of the spray was

& # 39; It is an Indonesian government plan. Ultimately, using such sprays will control our mind, & he said.

& # 39; There comes a time when the secret ingredient is activated and your mind is no longer yours. You will feel an uncontrollable urge to book another trip back to Bali, where you will be just as unable to buy Bintang after Bintang … It is a lot worse than death itself. & # 39;

The spraying of aircraft cabins is known as & # 39; aircraft disinfection & # 39; and is based on recommendations from the World Health Organization.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources website states that & # 39; all aircraft entering Australia must be treated in a manner approved by the director of Human Biosecurity & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Disinsection & # 39; is the procedure whereby insects in baggage, cargo or containers are killed.

Four types of disinfection are used in Australia: residue, an eight-week spray is carried out with no passengers on board; pre-embarkation, a spray done up to 40 minutes before the passengers boarding, staying for a single flight; pre-flight and top of descent, a two-part process in which a spray is carried out before and during a flight; and upon arrival, spray when the plane lands.

Another commentator made a sarcastic suggestion that the spray was a secret government conspiracy

Another commentator made a sarcastic suggestion that the spray was a secret government conspiracy

Another commentator made a sarcastic suggestion that the spray was a secret government conspiracy

Why do airplanes need to be sprayed?

In many countries, it is necessary that airplanes from countries are disinfected where diseases are spread that are spread by insects, such as malaria and yellow fever.

There have been a number of cases of malaria affecting people living or working near airports in countries where malaria is not present, presumably due to the escape of malaria-bearing mosquitoes transported by plane.

Some countries, e.g. Australia and New Zealand routinely perform a breakdown to prevent the unintended introduction of species that may harm their agriculture.

Dissection is a public health measure recommended by the World Health Organization.

The various procedures currently used are: handling of the interior of the aircraft with the help of a fast-acting insect spray just before takeoff, with the passengers on board; treatment of the interior of the aircraft on the ground before passengers come on board, using a residual insecticide aerosol, plus additional in-flight treatment with a fast-acting spray shortly before landing; and regular application of a residual insecticide on all internal surfaces of the aircraft, except those in food preparation areas.

Passengers sometimes worry about their exposure to insecticide sprays during air travel, and some have reported feeling unwell after spraying aircraft before seeping.

However, the WHO has found no evidence that the specified insecticide sprays are harmful to human health when used as recommended.

Source: World Health Organization

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