22nd March 2010 – Old News – Senate Approves Feinstein Measure to Protect the Flying Public From Harmful Toxins in Cabin Air on U.S. Airliners

Washington, DC – The U.S. Senate today approved an amendment by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) that would require the FAA to conduct a study of air quality in the cabins of U.S. airliners. The amendment is designed to ensure that the FAA has the information it needs to protect the public from harmful toxins in…

9th June 2015 – Aircrew launch personal injury claims against British airlines over toxic fumes they say causes nausea, numbness and even death

  Around 17 civil cases launched by cabin crew members against airlines  They all claim to suffer Aerotoxic Syndrome caused by contaminated air Airline workers becoming increasingly worried about air quality on planes  Last month union called for public inquiry into the effects of ‘fume events’ and warned that there is insufficient research into Aerotoxic…