2010 – CNN report & Travel Industry Award – AERO TOXIC

  2010 and CNN make a hard hitting report on AERO TOXIC SYNDROME (What a shame they couldn’t get the ‘A’ word correct…) It was so well produced that it won CNN reporter Ayesha Durgahee a prestigious travel industry award. http://www.bouldercreekinternational.com/cnn-rewards-journalist-for-work-on-aero-toxic-syndrome/ Well done Ayesha – brave journalism! But…. How about another report CNN?  5 years on….…

OPEN LETTER: Ian Panton to Dr. Claude Thibeault, Re. Contamination of the Breathing Air Supply

It is highly undesirable to disrupt the brain metabolism of pilots who are responsible for the safety of the aircrew and passengers;   OPEN LETTER Dr. Claude Thibeault Medical Advisor International Air Transport Association 800 Place Victoria, P.O. Box 113 Montréal, Québec, Canada, H4Z 1M1 6 February 2015 Dear Doctor Thibeault, Contamination of the Breathing…

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…