Letter from Robert Goodwill MP, Minister of State for Transport. 6th January 2016

Government letter to certain MP’s Lords/Ladies on 30th November 2015:- http://aerotoxic.org/information/reports-and-evidence/government-letter-to-uk-lords-ladies-and-members-of-parliament-30th-november-2015/ Dear Mr Goodwill, I have just read your letter to both Houses of Parliament (30th November 2015) concerning contaminated air in passenger jets but note that the concentrations of chemicals in an oil fume event have never yet been published, although ‘further research’ by EASA…

Sick and dying aircrew? The establishment’s favourite phrase: no causal link established – Chemical Concern – 2nd January 2016

Reports of ill health after exposure to radiation, fluoridation, contaminated blood, dental mercury, pesticide poisoning and a range of other conditions the protective cry goes up, backed by interested scientists, that there is ‘no causal link’. For many years social and mainstream media have covered allegations that the health of aircrews has been adversely affected…

NASA, IATA, ECA, EU, ICAO & UK Government ‘Evidence’ – November / December 2015

Whilst some claim that there is ‘NO EVIDENCE’ of human ill health following oil fume exposure in a confined space – here is a selection of the most up to date EVIDENCE from 2015:     National Aeronautics and Space Administration here     International Air Transport Association here     European Cockpit Association here    …

ICAO – GUIDELINES ON EDUCATION, TRAINING AND REPORTING OF FUME EVENTS – 2015

As aircrew, engineer or passenger – have you experienced the following ill health symptoms after being exposed to an oil ‘fume event’ whilst flying? Abnormal taste, Dizziness, Fatigue/weakness, Headache, Irritated eyes, nose, throat, Slowed thinking, Tingling, Trouble breathing? If so, the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) would like to hear from you after reading and filling in the following report/form: icao-circ-344-fume-event-guidelines IF NEEDED, PROVIDE…

BALPA latest on Contaminated Cabin Air – 3 years ago – 1st January 2013

Our position on the health effects of contaminated cabin air is led by our Operational Aviation Medicine and our Occupational Health and Safety Study Groups. We have been working continuously towards understanding and evaluating the science relevant to cabin air issues for over ten years. The nature of this subject is extremely complex and has…

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…