The Aerotoxic Association was founded in 2007 by Capt. John Hoyte, a former BAe 146 Training Captain, who was exposed to toxic oil fumes while flying jet airliners and was forced to retire due to severe ill health.
Over the past 10 years the Aerotoxic Association has supported thousands of passengers and aircrew in their search for appropriate medical treatment and legal representation.
Since 2007 the Aerotoxic Association's aims and objectives have been to:
Offer support for sufferers of Aerotoxic Syndrome.
Inform the public of the harm associated with poor aircraft Cabin Air Quality and the causative link to to Aerotoxic Syndrome.
Publish balanced, factual information related to Cabin Air Quality.
Work with industry and regulators to demand the implementation of known and available solutions.