Green MEP calls for independent inquiry into ‘aerotoxic syndrome’ at cabin air conference

image©nationalgeographic.com/ 5 Advances That Will Change Air Travel Keith Taylor, Green MEP for the South East, calls for an independent inquiry into so-called ‘aerotoxic syndrome’ related to poor air quality in aeroplane passenger cabins and cockpits as he delivers the closing speech at the International Aircraft Cabin Air Conference on Wednesday, 20 September. The conference, at Imperial College London, was hosted…

Aerotoxic syndrome: frequent flyers at risk from ‘asbestos of the sky’

“Those symptoms after a long-haul flight might not be jet lag, but something more sinister, according to a study recently published by the World Health Organisation. The study confirms a link between chemical contaminants in aeroplane cabin air and chronic and acute health problems. While airline crew are most exposed to the risks, it’s a health hazard…

The Aetiology of ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome’- A Toxico- Pathological Viewpoint

  Published Sept. 08/ 2017 in the Open Access Journal of Toxicology, JP Juniper: The Aetiology of ‘Aerotoxic Syndrome’- A Toxico- Pathological Viewpoint C V Howard1*, S Michaelis2 and A Watterson2 (Ed: excerpts from original):  “The effect of repeated low dose OP exposure has been reviewed by Terry [5]. He describes a number of mechanisms…