Airlines are facing a call for an international criminal inquiry into toxic exposure of crew and passengers.
Campaigners are calling on anybody who may have suffered ill health linked to chemicals on board passenger jets to be part of an international inquiry into toxins in cabin air.
John Hoyte, chairman of the Aerotoxic Association told The London Economic that he wants the International Criminal Court at the Hague to look at “decades of evidence” and whether passenger airlines are knowingly allowing people to breathe in unsafe air on passenger planes.
The Aerotoxic Association says it has been contacted by 2,500 potential victims who have suffered serious health problems they associate with toxic fumes on passenger planes.
With airlines facing court cases around the world – often settled out of court, the association wants the International Criminal Court to investigate whether enough precautions are taken to ensure that the air we breathe in the majority of passenger aircraft is safe.> Author Ben Gelblum – ©SOURCE READ HERE
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