A subject that needs airing. Again.

Symbolbild-Sujetbild-Rauch-im-Cockpit-Smoke-in-the-Cockpit ©tvbmedia A subject that needs airing. Again. An unpredicted jet engine design flaw means that all commercial airliners in service today – except one – technically fail to meet the regulatory standards for cabin air quality, according to a new study carried out at Cranfield University, UK. The Boeing 787 is the exception because…

Correspondance: Aerotoxic syndrome: a new occupational disease?

Correspondance at WHO/Europe Public Health Panorma concerning: Aerotoxic syndrome: a new occupational disease? Letter to Editor: Letter from Aerospace Medical Association (AMA) to  the Editor on paper entitled “Aerotoxic syndrome: a new occupational disease?”   Response of the authors: Response of the authors to the letter from Aerospace Medical Association (AMA) on paper entitled “Aerotoxic syndrome:…

CAA-Aircraft Fume Events Information for health professionals on aircraft fume events

Doctors and other health professionals may see patients who report symptoms following a ‘fume’ event – an unusual odour, mist or smoke – on an aircraft. The pattern of symptoms reported is quite variable and health professionals have asked for guidance on how best to manage such patients. The Care Pathway has been developed by…