John Quail, from personal injury firmthat commissioned the poll of 2,000 adults, said that, along with high-profile cases of cabin crew claiming they are affected by aerotoxicity syndrome, it may soon be revealed that significant numbers of the general public may have been affected too, “especially business people and other regular fliers.”
But how dangerous is cabin air really?
Read the full 2015 Daily Telegraph article here.
To read a Daily Telegraph article ‘Toxic’ cabin air: legal victory for sick flight attendant
from 2010 click here.