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!)…

Aerotoxic syndrome: the growing occupational health issue

“While aviation is a highly-regulated and risk averse industry, the issue regarding air supplied to aircraft cabins is worthy of review, as aviation health consultant, Dr Susan Michaelis, explains” (source) . “Very often globally there is an arrangement or a memorandum of understanding between the aviation and health and safety regulators, giving the aviation regulator…

Boost for Montgomeryshire woman’s campaign on in-flight health fears

A 20-YEAR battle for recognition by a Montgomeryshire campaigner has been boosted by the findings of a World Health Organisation (WHO) journal. “Aerotoxic Syndrome is thought to be caused by exposure to contaminated air inside an aircraft, this occurs when a seal has worn down enough to allow oil to enter the mechanisms that control…

DEMO: Toxic Free Air on Aircraft in FRA and MUC July 14th

The protests took place at München and Frankfurt/M airports on July 14th – organised by flight attendants and pilots who have become victim to toxic cabin air and are demanding that the resulting ill-health is  recognised as an occupational illness (see here) and that the industry and politicians finally take measures to protect passengers and crew. (Q&A…