2009 – German TV reports WDR

  A documentary by Tim van Beveren of WDR investigating fume events, tricresyl phosphate (TCP) and talking to researchers and pilots affected by the fumes. First broadcast on the German TV programme Markt on 9 March 2009. If you wish to see much, much, much,much more media on contaminated air please click here 2010 next –…

‘Recognition for the man who won’t go away’ by David Learmount, Flight International

Capt Tristan Loraine has won a British Citizen Award for his work raising awareness of aerotoxic syndrome and the problem for crew and passengers of contaminated air in airline cabins. British Citizen Awards  are new, complementing the traditional honours system for recognising top public servants, and they reward “exceptional endeavour” in a number of fields. Loraine’s award…

PRESS RELEASE: British Citizen Award Presented To Fact Not Fiction Films CEO Captain Tristan Loraine

London, England. The House of Lords will today see the inaugural presentation of the new British Citizen Award to 26 British Citizens. The award, open to each and every UK citizen serves to recognise exceptional endeavour. Fact Not Fiction Films Ltd – Press Release Thursday 29th January 2015 British Citizen Award Presented To Fact Not Fiction Films CEO Captain…

2006 and a UK TV report Channel 4

2006 was an eventful year as the UK Government finally faced up to the facts of Aerotoxic Syndrome. Inevitably the big question was – Did a problem actually exist or were professional aircrew somehow making all the evidence up? Channel 4 News journalist Julian Rush bravely reported on the issue as can be seen in…

Media coverage of Aerotoxic Syndrome – 2006 to present

“Aerotoxic syndrome exists. But so does systematic denial by the aviation industry and its government backers.” So begins the Foreword to Aerotoxic Syndrome – Aviation’s Darkest Secret by David Learmount Operations & Safety Editor Flight International written in May 2014 And what about the so called ‘investigative’ media, is… Aerotoxic Syndrome a matter of ‘public interest’?…