Testimony of Dallas McIntosh, Former BA Cabin Service Director & other aircrew and passenger testimonies – 20.2.17

My name is Dallas McIntosh and I joined British Airways as Cabin Crew in 1996 when I graduated from The University of Strathclyde with a BEng in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.  My intention was to fly for a couple of years to see the world before choosing which branch of Engineering to apply my learning…

Aerotoxic Syndrome Permanently Incapacitated Me As A British Airways Director – By Dee Passon – 18.2.17

After 25 years of flying, Dee Passon was diagnosed with a slew of health conditions that were ultimately caused by toxic fumes. Have you heard of Aerotoxic Syndrome? For 16 years, between 1979 and 1995, I worked for British Airways, Air Europe, Britannia Airways, and a private jet company as part of the cabin crew.…

Please consider donating to: Air crew & passenger health research: toxic oil – In Memory of Captain David Hill – 20.1.17

Dear All, Thank you all for your kind words, cards and generosity.  We are blessed that Dave had so many wonderful colleagues and friends. Dave’s memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 4th @ 10:00 a.m. at Christ the King Church, 4291 Evergreen Pkwy, Evergreen, CO.  A celebration of Dave’s life will continue after…

Submission by: Leonard Lawrence Former British Aerospace Pilot 1. 8th August 2016

Presentation on theme: “Submission by: Leonard Lawrence Former British Aerospace Pilot 1.”— Presentation transcript: 2 Submission by: Leonard Lawrence Former British Aerospace Pilot 1 3 The objective of this submission is to help safeguard those affected by all forms of chemical poisoning, and to aid the correct diagnoses of chemical poisoning by identifying my own…

Member of Parliament’s A – Z researchers guide to AEROTOXIC

Member of Parliament’s – A – Z researchers guide to AEROTOXIC A. Aerotoxic is an internationally censored medical term which identifies serious illness of both aircrew and passengers caused after exposure to contaminated cabin air in commercial jet aircraft and was defined in 1999 by scientists from US, France & Australia. B. The ‘A’ word…