Family of ‘poisoned’ British Airways co-pilot claim aviation industry is ignoring issue of toxic cabin air – The Daily Telegraph – 14.4.17

The family of a British Airways co-pilot who believed he had been poisoned by contaminated cockpit air have accused the airline industry of having its “head in the sand” over the issue. Richard Westgate, 43, died in December 2012 after moving to the Netherlands to seek help from a specialist clinic for his symptoms which…

Freedom of the media to report AEROTOXIC? Evidence sent to the following media Editors prior to the Richard Westgate inquest dated 29th March 2017. – 14.4.17

The following evidence was sent by registered post to the following newspapers and media outlets a week prior to the Public Court inquest into the death of BA pilot Richard Mark Westgate to ensure full and open reporting of the inquest as it is a matter of public health and interest. The Daily Telegraph The…

Family of a BA pilot who believed he suffered from cockpit air poisoning say the industry ‘has its head in the sand’ over the risks as a coroner rules he died from an accidental overdose – Daily Mail 14.4.17

  Richard Westgate said ill health was caused by toxic fumes filtering into cockpit  The 43-year-old had a number of health issues but grew ‘angry frustrated and disillusioned’ when British medical professionals were unable to cure him Suffered severe headaches, sight problems and insomnia before he died in 2012  But the coroner ruled that the British…