On Sunday 1st January 2017 Mr Mark Hookham, Transport correspondent of The Sunday Times bravely published an article about 388 passengers and 25 crew becoming sick after exposure to toxic fumes in the confined space of a public transport jet airliner on 25th October 2016 after knowing about the issue for several weeks.
The Aerotoxic Association can confirm that no evidence has been requested by The Sunday Times during the past week, most of the evidence is on this web site as we have a duty to publish it for the public.
The questions – 7 days later are:
- Will The Sunday Times publish more evidence of passenger ill health, which is in the public interest?
- Will The Sunday Times mention the key ‘A’ word, which was first proposed by scientists from the US, France & Australia in 1999, to describe the ill health caused by exposure to oil fumes in the confined spaces of jet airliners?
- Will other ‘quality’ media such as the BBC, Telegraph, Observer and other media now explain to the public the known risks and health scandal of airline flying which other media around the world have reported?
Sunday 8th January 2017 – no new evidence published…
To read a similar poisoning ‘Observer’ article by brave journalist Antony Barnett from 26th February 2006 click here
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To read how a London Law firm represents Aerotoxic Passengers from 2007 click here