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…

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:…

The Aviation Herald reports

Incidents and News in Aviation One of Aviation Herald’s well researched reporting subjects is based on ‘fume/ odour/ smell /smoke’ events of various airlines and aircraft. Regular updates can be found here   source © Aviation Herald image credits istock photo   For all the INFO you need, browse THIS webpage and www.aerotoxciteam.com (also for masks!)…