Contaminated Air In Passenger Jets And The Danger To Your Health – Yahoo News – 17 March 2016

A flight abroad could bring about serious health issues in what has been dubbed ‘aerotoxic syndrome’. Concerns have been raised about the quality of air circulating in the cabins of aircraft which can bring on various illnesses. Leaks and fumes from jet engine oil and toilet spillages are thought to be the cause of the…

Holiday Travel Watch – Consumer Champions & The AEROTOXIC Westminster Debate – Call for Minister to Act on Cabin Air Quality! – 21 March 2016

Call for Minister to Act on Cabin Air Quality! LAST UPDATED 21 MARCH 2016 On Thursday 17 March 2016, the first real debate on aircraft cabin air quality was held at Westminster Hall. The subject matter received scrutiny following the excellent lobbying of the Unite Union and the Members of Parliament who have paid heed…

Aerotoxic Syndrome Blog 3/6: ‘University College London – Biolab testing of 27 BALPA pilots’ Published 21st March 2016

As non aircrew still continue to claim that there is ‘no evidence’ that human exposure to toxic oil fumes in a confined space causes ill health – it has been decided to publish a series of 6 blogs on how a BAe 146 pilot eventually discovered the cause of his severe chronic ill health. John…

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…