A LEADING researcher into organophosphate (OP) poisoning has launched a scathing attack on the Government committee looking into the issue.
A DARK REFLECTION, said to be UK’s most expensive co-operative based film ever made, was produced by former British Airways Captain Tristan Loraine under his production banner – award winning Fact Not Fiction Films.
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The airline reported the aircraft made a precautionary landing because of unidentified fumes.
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Plane carrying 185 passengers forced to make emergency landing after nine crew fall ill due to noxious fumes – Daily Mail, The Independent, The Irish Mirror, The Journal
The US Airways jet was flying from Venice to Philadelphia when emergency declared Cabin crew reported feeling ‘nauseous and dizzy’ two hours into the flight The aircraft made an emergency landing at Dublin Airport around 4pm Nine cabin crew taken to Beaumont Hospital in Dublin for treatment To read the full article on Daily Mail…
Harmful gases are a problem for the crew, the German air accident authority for the first time officially confirmed. Experts criticize the State for responding helplessly to “fume events”. – published by Tim van Beveren
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Scientific Misconduct – Crucial Data is still unpublished May 2014 marks the third anniversary of the publication of the Cranfield University report into Cabin Air Quality (CAQ). The background is that in 1955, nearly sixty years ago, scientists published a paper which linked exposure to toxic oil fumes in a confined space with the cause…
German Cockpit Association, endorsed by BFU-study, suggests manufacturers and EASA do their homework – airliners.de
In the dispute over toxic fumes in interior compartments of aircraft the pilot the producers and the European Medicines Agency EASA on the train. With a recent study by the Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation (BFU) in the back of the Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) requires serious technical precautions to avoid dangerous vapor. Manufacturer and…
BFU (German aviation regulator): Study of reported events in connection with the quality of cabin air in commercial aircraft
To view the study in full, click 2014_05_08 Studie BFU TAB-A-2014_Occ-in-D. Press release on the report by Markus Tressel, Green party (DE): German (Original) | English Translation Commentary on the report by Markus Tressel, Green party (DE): German (Original) Spiegel Online magazine article Smell in Jets: experts give clear for vapors in aircraft UPDATE 20/05/2014:…
To read the full article, click here. English (Google) Translation Passengers and crew may have been exposed to poison gas Dagbladet ): – When starting the engine came the smoke from the engine into the ventilation system on the plane , and there was smoke in the cabin , said Chief Knut Morten Johansen Dagbladet…
The pilot is dizzy, the stewardess complains of discomfort. Where do they come from, the unexplained odors and vapors in aircraft? Are they dangerous to the flight safety? Experts from the BFU say no – but demand consequences.