Collegium Basilea Cranfield Workshop report: from the Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry

Collegium Basilea Cranfield Workshop report published in the Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry, Vol 11, Published Papers: – Contaminated aircraft cabin air – Dr. S. Michaelis – Exposure of offshore workers to organophosphate-containing engine oil used on aeroderivative gas turbines – H. Erikstein – A critique of recent air sampling data collected on aircraft: how much…

IFALPA Cabin Air Quality briefing

Background Cabin air in modern commercial jet aircraft (excluding Boeing 787) is taken directly from compressors in the engine compartments without filtering. Occasionally, oil fumes from the hot section of the engine leak into this air. This has been recognized by Regulation Authorities, scientists, airlines, occupational doctors, oil manufacturers, and crew unions. However, consequences of…

Cabin Air Quality 2012 — A serious issue between Trivialization and exaggeration

“Ladies and gentlemen, Especially in recent times, have the reports of so-called “Smoke and Smell” events frequently, not only with Lufthansa, but all German Airlines. Many are college (internal) uncertainty about this and have legal questions about the whole issue. I will try-chen, take this text to the main topic. Much you will be aware…