Correspondance: Aerotoxic syndrome: a new occupational disease?

Correspondance at WHO/Europe Public Health Panorma concerning: Aerotoxic syndrome: a new occupational disease? Letter to Editor: Letter from Aerospace Medical Association (AMA) to  the Editor on paper entitled “Aerotoxic syndrome: a new occupational disease?”   Response of the authors: Response of the authors to the letter from Aerospace Medical Association (AMA) on paper entitled “Aerotoxic syndrome:…

BALPA OPEN COMMUNICATION 13th May 2017

  A letter received from BALPA dated 10th May 2017: A reply sent on 13th May 2017: FAO Richard Toomer,                                Head of Communications & External Relations. Dear Richard,                                                    OPEN COMMUNICATION I acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 10th May 2017. The Aerotoxic Association web site has been live for 10 years since 18th June 2007…

Open Letter to Aviation Transportation Subcommittee by Porter Lafayette – 4th May 2017

Aviation Transportation Subcommittee                                                                       5-4-17 Subcommittee on Aviation Operations, Safety and Security National Consumers League Airlines for America     This…

Aerotoxic Assoc. letter to EASA demanding publication of concentrations of organophosphates in a visible oil fume event in a BAe 146 – 23.3.17

Dominique Fouda, Head of Communication Department  Tel.: + 49 (221) 89990 2007 – dominique.fouda@easa.europa.eu Jagello Fayl, Deputy Head of Communication Department  Tel.: + 49 (221) 89990 6054 – jagello.fayl@easa.europa.eu Dear Sir or Madam, I note EASA’s publication of two further studies on cabin air quality dated 23rd March 2017. I am writing to demand that you now…

Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs – (Defra) – correspondence with Prime Minister on Sheep-Dip OP’s & Airline pilots – 7th November 2016 & 9th February 2017 – 15.2.17

Mr Brown to Prime Minister Theresa May 7th November 2016. 7 November 2016 Dear Prime Minister For the Personal Attention of and Reply from the Prime Minister It is with deep regret that I have to write to you for your own personal attention and reply regarding the Government’s failure in its duty of care…

Incident: Germanwings A319 enroute on Feb 1st 2017, captain dizzy, both flight crew on oxygen – Av Herald – 7.2.17

A Germanwings Airbus A319-100, registration D-AGWJ performing flight 4U-11 from Berlin Tegel to Cologne (Germany), was enroute when the captain felt dizzy and dopey. Both flight crew donned their oxygen masks and continued the flight to Cologne for a safe landing about 40 minutes after departure from Berlin. According to information The Aviation Herald received…