Tag: Contaminated Cabin Air

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Concern for Passenger Safety following 3rd Aircraft Fume Event Report!

HolidayTravelWatch has now received information concerning another aircraft fume event, on-board a BHAir flight from Bourgas in Turkey to London Gatwick on 12 June 2014, Flight Number BGH5551. This is the third report we have received for flights emanting from Turkey to the UK, the other flights having taken place on 13 June 2014 & 14 June 2014. Consumers advise this Organisation that:... 9 September 2014

Aircraft Fume Event | Cabin Air Quality | Flight: Bourgas to Manchester | Aerotoxic Complaints | 14 June 2014

Principle Information: If you have travelled on a flight from Bourgas to Manchester on the 14 June 2014 and you and your family have suffered with sickness, be advised that following this flight, other holidaymakers have received assistance with their travel complaints. If you would like to receive assistance to deal with this travel problem, please contact HolidayTravelWatch as soon as possi... 21 August 2014

Consumer Group calls for action following Aircraft Fume Event!

HolidayTravelWatch has received a second report from holidaymakers about a serious aircraft cabin smoke/fume event on-board a BHAir Airbus A320 aircraft. This follows on from our earlier press release detailing the experiences of 15 air passengers on-board another BHAir flight on a flight from Bourgas Airport in Bulgaria to Manchester on 13 June 2014. The most recent complaint involves a fligh... 15 August 2014

Call for Aviation Industry and Authorities to answer the concerns of 15 Air Passengers!

HolidayTravelWatch has since 2007, been actively engaged in highlighting to Consumers, the global concerns of contaminated air on-board aircraft. The Organisation is a member of the ASHRAE SSPC 161 Standards Committee on Cabin Air Quality in the USA and we are also engaged with other Campaigners in trying to establish an European Standard on this subject. The Organisation has recently heard fr... 31 July 2014

Aircraft Fume Event | Cabin Air Quality/Aerotoxic Complaints | Flight: Burgas (Bulgaria) to Manchester | 13 June 2014

Principle Information: If you have travelled on a flight, on the above route, on 13 June 2014, and you and your family have suffered with sickness, be advised that following this flight, other holidaymakers have received assistance with their travel complaints. If you would like to receive assistance to deal with this travel problem, please contact HolidayTravelWatch as soon as possible for F... 30 July 2014

Malaysian Airlines Flight Number MH370: Some important questions!

I am but one of many millions of citizens around the world, whose heart has reached out the 239 families of the crew and passengers of the ill-fated Malaysian Airways flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpar to Beijing. We have lurched from the terrorist pilot and gold bullion theories, to shadow flights and alien abductions, all with the apparent goal of explaining a complex situation. This flight is no... 25 March 2014

HolidayTravelWatch welcomes CEN's decison on Aircraft Cabin Air Standards!

HolidayTravelWatch applauds the recent decision of CEN (the European Committee for Standardisation) to 'repeal' two Standards on Aircraft Cabin Air Quality (prEN4618 & prEN4666). This decision came after a collective presentation of concerns raised by this Organisation, along with major Pilot and Cabin Crew Organisations and International Trade Unions. HolidayTravelWatch is proud to have b... 4 December 2013

Call for Consumers to join Aerotoxic Campaigner and become film producers

HolidayTravelWatch is actively involved in highlighting the issue of toxic fumes escaping into aircraft which can cause considerable harm to health. Despite our work, there are others who have a longer history and experience in dealing with these Aerotoxic events, often suffering serious detriment to their health and daily lives! One such Campaigner is Tristan Lorraine, who rose to become a fl... 8 February 2013

Brown Bag Campaign

HolidayTravelWatch has noted amongst the submissions to the Committee on Toxicity (COT), and further commentary, that it has been suggested, that symptoms following exposure to contaminated aircraft cabin air, highlighted by crew and passengers, were akin to the condition of ‘hyperventilation’ 21 November 2012