The politician’s & pilot’s views on Toxic Air Detectors…but who is correct? 14th July 2016

Lady Mar Question: “To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon on 20 June (HL503), on what basis they state that European Aviation Safety Agency certification standard 25.1309c does not require warning systems for engine oil that leaks onto hot aircraft engines over which cabin “bleed air” is…

EASA Testing cabin air…

One might imagine that testing the cabin air of a jet airliner would be a straightforward exercise. After all, every now and then the air is contaminated with jet engine oil which can easily get into the bleed air – as a fundamental design flaw. EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) are presently testing the cabin…

Professor Bagshaw – The evidence that can never be publicised…22nd May 2016 – updated 2nd June 2016

Known solutions, such as Toxic Air Detectors (unbelievably, human noses are presently used), have still not been installed in so called modern commercial jets with a known, fundamental design flaw going back to 1953. Bagshaw is an absolute threat to society, knowing that innocent passengers have been exposed on a single ‘fume event’ flight and have had their health severely impaired –…

Radio silence in aerospace – Philip Whiteley 29 February 2016 – 2nd Anniversary of AEROTOXIC DOSSIER

Since publishing my ‘whistle-blowing’ dossier on apparent serious breaches of medical ethics and health and safety legislation in airlines, I expected a barrage of commentary and criticism from people in the aviation sector. Instead, I have experienced an eerie silence. A few former pilots and one current flight attendant have gotten in touch to express…