Working week: at the Aerotoxic Association – Flight Global 4th May 2010 – Republished 7th May 2017

2010 – 2017 7 years on – a former pilot about Aerotoxic & a legal case about 20 Aerotoxic passengers = NO EVIDENCE? John Hoyte lost his medical category as a BAE Systems 146 captain in 2006 a victim of aerotoxic syndrome, which left him seriously neurologically damaged. He founded the Aerotoxic Association in June 2007 I…

Victims of contaminated cabin air took demo at Frankfurt Airport – Austrian Wings – 3.5.17

On April 28, 2017, crew members who had been injured and contaminated by contaminated cabin aircrafts, and who were still actively engaged in aviation, were already calling for a demonstration of non-toxic aircraft air from all over Europe. In the grouping of the shoulder, representatives of the aviation-specialized trade unions (including UFO eV, Verdi eV),…

Air circulating on planes can be TOXIC and cause seizures, nausea and breathing difficulties, flight attendants claim – Daily Mail – 2.5.17

Air circulating on planes can be TOXIC and cause seizures, nausea and breathing difficulties, flight attendants claim Known as ‘aerotoxic-syndrome’, it can lead to a range of worrying symptoms So-called ‘fume events’ in aircraft crews have been recorded since the 1950s In the 2016, 13 flight attendants in Georgia needed emergency medical care They were…

Pressemitteilung “Stopp Kontaminierte Kabinenluft!” Umwelt & Gesundheit – 3.5.17

Press Release – Stop Contaminated Cabin Air!  “Nerves in passenger aircraft – Crews and passengers protect” On April 28, 2017, crew members who had been injured and contaminated by contaminated cabin aircrafts, and who were still actively engaged in flight service, were already calling for a demonstration of non-toxic aircraft air from all over Europe.…

Flight attendants say air inside planes can be toxic – WSB TV – 2.5.17

The jet engines that take you into the air also draw in the air you breathe. Despite filters, that air sometimes contains invisible fumes that can sicken crews, drawing an emergency response at airports. Dr. Gaylord Lopez of the Georgia Poison Control Center told Regan, “We had 13 patients exposed over the past year related…