Thomas Cook Flight TCX149 | Air Accident Claims | Irwin Mitchell

On 1 May 2013 a Thomas Cook Airbus A330 (Flight 149) flying from Cancun, Mexico to England diverted to Bermuda due to smoke in the cabin.  In addition to smoke inhalation injuries, medical tests indicate inhalation of carbon monoxide and there are further tests being conducted to test for other toxins. Irwin Mitchell represents and is advising a significant number of passengers with smoke and psychological injuries.  

The passengers are very concerned that this is the third smoke and fumes incident involving a Thomas Cook aircraft since October 2012.  Irwin Mitchell also represents a significant number of passengers in the previous two incidents.

If you would like to speak in confidence to an expert regarding this accident, or any other aviation incident you were involved in, please contact a member of the aviation team on 0800 056 4110. The team will be able to advise you on the accident, the relevant law and the parties who may be liable.

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