Former Norwich pilot says easyJet’s plans to install air filters is industry’s first acknowledgement of ‘aerotoxic syndrome’

John Hoyte has spent the past 11 years campaigning to raise awareness about the supposed health risks from toxic fumes entering passenger cabins and cockpits. The issue has long been denied by airline companies, but is feared to be behind several deaths of pilots and crew members. Mr Hoyte, 61, worked as an airline pilot…

Danish newspaper reports on contaminated cabin air :

Luften i kabinen kan være livsfarlig: Kendt flyselskab laver opsigtsvækkende ændring Flyselskaber over hele verden har længe benægtet, at der er en sammenhæng mellem fourenet luft i flykabinerne og det såkaldte ‘aerotoxic syndrome’, som gentagne gange er blevet beskyldt for at være skyld i flere dødsfald blandt flypersonale over hele verden. Nu tester lavprisselskabet EasyJet…

easyJet invests in passenger health

image©Aircraftinteriorinternational.com “This represents the first phase in our partnership with easyJet to ensure the highest aircraft air quality possible for their passengers and crew.” said Gabriel Popa, VP of Pall Aerospace Europe. “easyJet has been excellent to work with and is always at the forefront of new technology, continually looking to make improvements to benefit…

Green MEP calls for independent inquiry into ‘aerotoxic syndrome’ at cabin air conference

image©nationalgeographic.com/ 5 Advances That Will Change Air Travel Keith Taylor, Green MEP for the South East, calls for an independent inquiry into so-called ‘aerotoxic syndrome’ related to poor air quality in aeroplane passenger cabins and cockpits as he delivers the closing speech at the International Aircraft Cabin Air Conference on Wednesday, 20 September. The conference, at Imperial College London, was hosted…