Source: The Mercury, 30 March 1994, p.17
The US airline industry, rejecting complaints of poor quality airline cabin air, said yester- day an outside study showed cabin air posed no health risk. "The study confirms that aircraft systems safely and effect- ively maintain a healthy air quality system for airline passengers and crew members", Air Trans- port Association president Jim Landry said. Allega- tions of unhealthy air had been raised by flight attendants and some passeng- ers flying in planes with engines that recycle some cabin air to conserve fuel. They had complained of headaches.
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