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Bleed air: the dirty secret the aviation industry doesn’t want you to know about – Walking Science 12-1-17

Have you ever wondered how jet airliners supply fresh air to passengers while flying at high altitudes? Everyone on board relies on this air supply, but where does it come from, and why hasn’t the aviation industry informed us of its health hazards? For 40 years, the air travel industry has kept this design secret. What…

The Sunday Times – will more evidence be publicized and will the key ‘A’ word be used….? A Blog 7.1.17

Flight crew ‘spaced out’ on fumes – The Sunday Times – 1st January 2017 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…

Incident: France A318 at Florence on Dec 28th 2016, strong unusual odour & final comment by Aerotoxic Association for 2016

An Air France Airbus A318-100, registration F-GUGO performing flight AF-1266 from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Florence (Italy), was on final approach to Florence’s runway 05 when a strong unusual odour was noticed throughout the aircraft, on the flight deck and cabin. The crew continued for a safe landing on runway 05 a few…

A public apology from the Aerotoxic Association – 4th December 2016

In the interests of public freedom of speech and expression – here is some  helpful ‘Advice Following a Fume Event’  for employees from the past by an airline. We regret the poor quality… Once again, today a United Kingdom national newspaper has randomly reported on human exposure by poison in public transport jet airliners, but not…

Professor David Coggan – Public Servant – £189,999 per annum – The Guardian – 26.11.16

Professor David Coggan Clinical Consultant, Programme Leader, Epidemiology Research Centre, Southampton Medical Research Council £189,999   To see all UK Public Servant’s pay click here Professor Coggan is former Committee on Toxicity Chairman (CLOT) and his opinion is that low level organophosphate human exposure (as found in passenger jet cabins) is not harmful. Does member…

Cabin fever – why flying can seriously damage your health – the same passenger evidence from 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013 in 2016…

When 37-year-old Samantha Sabatino and family jetted off on the trip of a lifetime to Florida they had no idea that their dream holiday would quickly turn into a nightmare. Halfway through the flight Sam’s six-year-old daughter complained of a funny smell in the cabin and was violently sick. ‘I noticed that several other passengers were…