To read about the decompression flight click here , here , here and here. AV Herald read here Passengers using drop-down oxygen masks on a decompression flight, but these masks are NOT available during a FUME EVENT flight (1 in 2000 flights) as below. It is extremely concerning that that the concentrations of identified chemicals have NEVER been published for public…
Q. To ask Her Majesty’s Government what published scientific data there are regarding the risks to the unborn child of inhaling heated pyrolysed synthetic jet engine fumes – 23rd July 2015. Read the Government answer.
To read Countess Mar’s question again click here.
To read Lord Ahmad’s Government answer click here.
To witness a visible oil fume event on a passenger jet flight click below.
To read a testimony from a female passenger from a single fume event flight in 2000 click here.
Countess Mar: To ask Her Majesty’s Government, further to the Written Answer by Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon on 8 July (HL831), whether, during the Cranfield Study, any reliable information on the concentration of organophosphates specifically during a visible fume event when the interior of an aircraft is filled with smoke was collected; and if not,…
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) publishes a Call for Tender for a study on the characterisation of the toxicity of aviation turbine engine oils after pyrolysis.
Click here to read the tender.
Frank Brehany, Consumer Director HolidayTravel Watch
To read the full report click here.
BASSA – 17th July 2015 Read the message from MP Henry Smith calling for a public debate into Aerotoxic Syndrome here. Contact YOUR MP – to ensure there is a public debate. Here is a template letter. Subject Aircraft Cabin and Cockpit Toxic Fumes Dear Your MP’s name here XXXXXX.XXXXX M. P. Toxic Fumes…
To watch the full conference of 15th July 2015 with Aviation Lawyer Frank Cannon, Aviation Journalist Tim van Beveren, Professor Jeremy Ramsden and Doctor Michel Mulder click on the images below.
Released in Germany on 15th July 2015 this press release is regarding the tragic passing of British Airways crew member Warren Brady: PRESS RELEASE: Toxic cabin air in aircraft: new scientific findings of aerotoxic syndrome. Background: Warren Edward Brady was a 46-Year-old cabin crew member with British Airways at Heathrow, UK. He was 19…