It smells of old socks and can lead to neurological defects: For the first time, scientists have demonstrated the nerve pestle TCP in the blood of flight passengers. The poison escapes media reports from the engines of the aircraft. According to media data, researchers have shown the first time the nerve drain TCP in the…
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Pilots across the country are raising a major safety concern, claiming the air that flight crews and passengers breathe on board could contain toxic fumes. In a Channel 9 investigation, anchor Allison Latos asks how dangerous the fumes really are. “Extraordinarily dangerous,” said Allied Pilots Association spokesperson Capt. Dennis Tajer. “Imagine two…
Two F 22 US military pilots blow the whistle in 2012.
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All Sounds very familiar?
Pour la première fois en France, un pilote d’avion vient de déposer plainte contre X. Il s’estime victime du “syndrome aérotoxique”. Mais ce phénomène est encore peu étudié en France et difficile à établir. Il s’agirait de failles dans les systèmes d’aération des avions qui pourraient être à l’origine d’une exposition à un air contaminé.…
An interview by Eric Bailet, easyjet captain who has been affected by toxic air.
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Click here to view a 3 mins 2014 ’60 Minute’ video of Airbus Doctor Professor Bagshaw being challenged by an Australian reporter on Aerotoxic Syndrome.
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Hundreds of commercial airline pilots worldwide may be flying with untreated depression because they fear being grounded or losing their jobs, a new survey suggests. The anonymous survey of about 1,850 pilots from more than 50 countries found that 14 percent of pilots who had worked within the past week had symptoms of depression. Four…
Watch ‘Medical Mysteries’ on Channel 5 @ 2200 on 15.11.16
Former BA Cabin Crew Dee Passon on Aerotoxic Syndrome.
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To read an article on AEROTOXIC SYNDROME by a UK doctor from 2007 here.
A British Airways flight to London Heathrow was diverted to Vancouver because toxic fumes reportedly entered the cabin. Credit: PA Wire British Airways has been warned to stop “downplaying” potentially “toxic fumes”in plane cabins. It comes after a British Airways flight from San Francisco to Heathrow had an emergency landing last week when crew members…