Spirit Flight Attendant Association – 15.3.17 – Published 25.3.17

Cabin Air Quality Bill Posted on March 15, 2017 by aviationtravelwriter SFAA will be one of the first independent Airline Unions with a dedicated commitment which will allocate special dues funding earmarked specifically for legislative initiatives and lobbying efforts regarding Cabin Air Quality. This will provide us with a direct voice in Washington to press for…

Unite Union – Gerard Coyne: Cabin Crew and Air Quality – 25.3.17

Gerard Coyne – Unite Union leader Challenger.

To hear and see Gerard Coyne’s views on toxic cabin air CLICK HERE

Read here about Unite’s past calls (2016) for a public inquest into Aerotoxic Syndrome…

Unite’s advice and here on what action to take after human exposure to an oil fume event. (What about the passengers…?)

Aerotoxic Assoc. letter to EASA demanding publication of concentrations of organophosphates in a visible oil fume event in a BAe 146 – 23.3.17

Dominique Fouda, Head of Communication Department  Tel.: + 49 (221) 89990 2007 – dominique.fouda@easa.europa.eu Jagello Fayl, Deputy Head of Communication Department  Tel.: + 49 (221) 89990 6054 – jagello.fayl@easa.europa.eu Dear Sir or Madam, I note EASA’s publication of two further studies on cabin air quality dated 23rd March 2017. I am writing to demand that you now…

EASA publishes two studies on cabin air quality – 23.3.17

EASA publishes two studies it commissioned with the aim to gain solid scientific knowledge about cabin air quality on board large aeroplanes operated for commercial air transport. Study 1: Cabin air quality (CAQ) measurement campaign – study conducted by a consortium of the Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine and the Hannover Medical School.…

Contaminated cabin air “Fume-Event-Consultation” must be maintained! SIGN PETITION – 23.3.17

Do you know that? They get off the plane in anticipation of the holiday, but feel dazed and have flu-like symptoms like headaches and nausea !? You may have become a victim of  contaminated cabin air  . As one can see from the media, hardly one day goes by without reporting about so-called “odor incidents”…

Odor reportedly forces plane to make emergency landing in Newark. NJ.com – 21.3.17

NEWARK — Minutes after taking off from LaGuardia Airport in New York, a Spirit Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Newark Liberty on Monday night due to an “odor event,” according to a report. Passengers from the Fort Lauderdale-bound Spirit Airlines flight 779 were moved to another plane, according to NBCMiami.com. There were no injuries.…

Demo for non-toxic cabin air in Frankfurt 28.4.17 – Austrian Wings – 20.3.17

On 28 March and a month later demonstrations of pilots and flight attendants affected by the aerotoxic syndrome as well as their supporters take place in Frankfurt. Thanks to the untiring efforts of the International Association for Environmental Disorders and the special commitment of Sabine Ganghofer-Röder, a demonstration “For non-toxic airborne in aircrafts” will take…

Toxic in the plane? Fume events, contaminated cabin air and aerotoxic syndrome – 19.3.17

A complementary cultural history on the subject of “Flying is safe” The technical problem is well-known in the industry: the air in an airplane is tapped over the turbines. Turbines are high-performance engines that require a special lubricant to avoid running hot: synthetic oils. One of the ingredients: organophosphates – the basis for pesticides and…