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Welcome to the Aerotoxic Association

The Aerotoxic Association was founded on 18th June 2007 at the Houses of Parliament, London, UK by a group of aircrew whose careers had ended prematurely due to Aerotoxic Syndrome, and we now want to help similarly affected aircrew and passengers.

Our Objectives

  • Support for sufferers of Aerotoxic Syndrome;
  • Informing the public of the harm associated with poor aircraft Cabin Air Quality and the causative link to Aerotoxic Syndrome;
  • The publication of balanced, factual information related to Cabin Air Quality;
  • To work with industry and regulators to demand the implementation of known and available solutions.

In the Media

Recent Posts

  • Aerotoxic Syndrome – According to Wikipedia

    Aerotoxic Syndrome – According to Wikipedia

    Aerotoxic syndrome is a phrase coined by Chris Winder and Jean-Christophe Balouet in 2000, to describe their claims of short- and long-term ill-health effects caused by breathing airliner cabin air which was…
  • Cabin Fumes from Non-Fire Sources – SKY BRARY

    Cabin Fumes from Non-Fire Sources – SKY BRARY

      The majority of passenger aircraft utilise bleed air from the engine compressor or from the APU to pressurize and heat or cool the aircraft cabin. As a consequence, any contaminants introduced…
  • Memorandum by the OP Information Network (HSE 27)   –   MS 17

    Memorandum by the OP Information Network (HSE 27) – MS 17

    OP Information Network (OPIN) wishes to draw to the attention of the ETRA Select Committee the disturbing situation concerning the limited circulation of an extremely important document published by the Health and…
  • Aerotoxic Syndrome – Invisible Danger in the Cockpit. NTV 25.5.15

    Aerotoxic Syndrome – Invisible Danger in the Cockpit. NTV 25.5.15

    For unclear reasons, an A320 crashes on the southern French Alps. One possible reason for the disaster is the so-called Aerotoxic syndrome. In the known cause of accidents toxic fumes or gases…
  • 19th May 2015 BASSA – REPORT FUME EVENTS

    19th May 2015 BASSA – REPORT FUME EVENTS

    We have not seen large numbers of people reporting symptoms following these incidents (fume events) on aircraft which are very rare. ROBERT GOODWILL MP – AVIATION MINISTER This is the misconception held…
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