Today I received an email from the Aerotoxic Association which campaigns for recognition of the health damaging effects of toxic cabin air on passenger aircraft. The email was a reminder that the deadline for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) survey. If you have been affected by toxic fumes in aircraft cabin air please complete this important survey.
The text of the Aerotoxic Association email is as below:
There are only two days left until the deadline for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) survey, and if you haven't completed the questionnaire, we would like to urge you to fill it in online now and email any supporting evidence. We appreciate some of the questions on the form may not fit in with your experience of this subject, and we appreciate you may have had several reminders from other sources, but it is vital EASA have as much data as possible if we to have any sensible regulations on cabin air quality. If you have already completed the survey, thank you.
"Cabin Air Quality onboard Large Aeroplanes" (pdf) Links to questionnaire are at the end of the document.
Postal address for submissions:
European Aviation Safety Agency
Rulemaking/Product Safety Secretariat (R4)
Postfach 10 12 53
6th January 2010