Aircraft cabin fumes: The poisoning and disablement of those who fly – Australian Options – 1st December 2009 – Republished 9.5.17

Posted by Nickolas Vakas on December 1, 2009 in General, Summer 2009 Aircraft cabin fumes caused by oil leaking from engines and entering the cabin environment have been poisoning air travellers for decades. The resulting fumes also compromise the safe operation of the aircraft. The airline industry, regulators and governments have consistently denied this serious…

Working week: at the Aerotoxic Association – Flight Global 4th May 2010 – Republished 7th May 2017

2010 – 2017 7 years on – a former pilot about Aerotoxic & a legal case about 20 Aerotoxic passengers = NO EVIDENCE? John Hoyte lost his medical category as a BAE Systems 146 captain in 2006 a victim of aerotoxic syndrome, which left him seriously neurologically damaged. He founded the Aerotoxic Association in June 2007 I…

Victims of contaminated cabin air took demo at Frankfurt Airport – Austrian Wings – 3.5.17

On April 28, 2017, crew members who had been injured and contaminated by contaminated cabin aircrafts, and who were still actively engaged in aviation, were already calling for a demonstration of non-toxic aircraft air from all over Europe. In the grouping of the shoulder, representatives of the aviation-specialized trade unions (including UFO eV, Verdi eV),…

Pressemitteilung “Stopp Kontaminierte Kabinenluft!” Umwelt & Gesundheit – 3.5.17

Press Release – Stop Contaminated Cabin Air!  “Nerves in passenger aircraft – Crews and passengers protect” On April 28, 2017, crew members who had been injured and contaminated by contaminated cabin aircrafts, and who were still actively engaged in flight service, were already calling for a demonstration of non-toxic aircraft air from all over Europe.…

Organophosphates: A Common But Deadly Pesticide – National Geographic – 20.4.17

Organophosphates attack the nervous system in the same way as nerve agents like sarin. The pesticides blamed for killing at least 25 children in India are widely used around the world, including in the United States, and health experts have raised safety concerns about this class of chemicals in the past. Known as organophosphates, the…

“Aviation Herald”: crew members injured by Fume event on Lufthansa Airbus A320 – Austrian Wings – 24.2.17

Once again several crew members of an A320 of Lufthansa were injured by a fume event. Although the BFU would be obliged, according to its own definitions, to classify the incident as an accident, it did not. On 17 February 2017, according to a report of the “Aviation Herald” on the Lufthansa Airbus A320-200 with…

AEROTOXIC SYNDROME – AVIATION’S SECRET THAT IS RISKING YOUR HEALTH EVERY TIME YOU FLY – Collective Evolution – 26.3.15 – Republished 29.3.17

“To this day, the only thing filtering this toxic soup out of the cabin are the lungs of the passengers and crew.”  Aviation Attorney Alisa Brodkowitz Most airlines today are exceptionally efficient and proud of their safety records – they ensure their staff are highly trained with how to deal with emergencies, and their ground staff can…

Odor reportedly forces plane to make emergency landing in Newark. NJ.com – 21.3.17

NEWARK — Minutes after taking off from LaGuardia Airport in New York, a Spirit Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Newark Liberty on Monday night due to an “odor event,” according to a report. Passengers from the Fort Lauderdale-bound Spirit Airlines flight 779 were moved to another plane, according to NBCMiami.com. There were no injuries.…

Air New Zealand flight cancelled after haze detected on plane – Stuff Travel – 14.3.17

A mystery “haze” detected on board an Air New Zealand plane caused it to be grounded on Tuesday morning. The flight out of Napier had not taken off when the haze was detected in the cabin. “Air New Zealand flight NZ5210 from Napier to Auckland was cancelled earlier this morning due to a haze being detected in…