Aerotoxic Syndrome Death, Airlines Continue Cover Up

July 19, 2015

By Suzanne Maher

Major airlines and governments have been denying the existence of so called “Aerotoxic Syndrome” for over ten years. Aerotoxic syndrome describes short and long-term health effects caused by breathing in airliner cabin air. Neuro toxic poisoning through organophosphates added to engine oil which have also been used as nerve agents in warfare.

23 serving members of British Airways died in 2014, the youngest was only 28 years old; 2 deaths per month. 1,000 crew members a day off sick.

Airline staff and former flight attendants Dee and Tania, join Richie Allen to chat about a recent study, which they say proves the existence of the condition and leaves airlines with massive compensation exposure.

 

Aerotoxic Syndrome Death, Airlines Continue Cover Up