Airline Cabin Air Quality – Representative John Mica – 5th June 2003

Representative John Mica Health and airline officials testified about aircraft cabin environments and air quality standards in commercial airlines. Among the topics they addressed were potential transmission of infectious diseases, occupational health concerns for airline crews, and the recent global outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). To view the 5th June 2003 evidence click here To…

Have you ever wondered what happens following ‘Fume event’ flights?…To be continued.

easy jet flight EZY 2083 returned to Luton airport following ‘fumes’ in the passenger cabin on Friday 29th May 2015 Click here for a Times of Israel report. easyjet flight EZY1827, left Manchester at 1.10pm on Thursday 16th July 2015, when the plane was diverted due to ‘fumes’ in the passenger cabin. Click here for…

Memorandum by the Department for Transport House of Lords Select Committee Recommendations—Air Travel and Health – 18th July 2007

Air Quality 1.25 Passengers’ perception of general cabin air quality is one of the key factors in their assessment of the flight experience as a whole. We recommend that airlines collect, record and use at least some of the basic cabin environment data being continuously monitored, not only to give authoritative substance to their refutation…

Public Meeting 8th December Norwich, Norfolk, UK. “Parliament and Aerotoxic”

There will be a public meeting at 19.30 on Tuesday 8th December 2015 “Parliament and Aerotoxic” at The Pig & Whistle, Westlegate, Norwich NR1 3NA UK with Dr Ian Gibson (Former Norwich Member of Parliament) and John Hoyte (A medically retired former BAe 146 Training Captain) to discuss the recent letter from the UK Government to certain MP’s…

IATA Guidance for airline health and safety staff on the medical response to Cabin Air Quality Events – November 2015

To view the International Air Transport Association Guidance for airline health and safety staff on the medical response to Cabin Air Quality Events click here. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 260 airlines or 83% of total air traffic. We support many areas of aviation activity and…