Aerotoxic Syndrome: The best kept secret in aviation?

. Reprinted and written by: The Scavenger Passengers getting off airline flights often experience ‘jet lag’ which is clearly due to changing time zones but many may also experience long-term serious ill health after certain ‘fume event’ flights but will never...

Attack Attempt Spurs Look at Air Security

. By DANIEL MICHAELS Published by the Wall Street Journal The failed attempt to detonate an explosive device onboard Northwest Flight 253 is sparking new calls to rethink how authorities and airlines handle aviation security. Reassessments also followed the terrorist...

Inspector Predicted Danger Before Buffalo Crash

. Reprinted from The New York Times By Matthew L. Wald WASHINGTON — More than a year before a twin-engine turboprop flown by Colgan Air crashed on approach to Buffalo, a Federal Aviation Administration inspector complained to his superiors about the rocky start the...

Cabin Set to Become Influenza A-Free Zone

. Reprinted from The Korea Times By Kim Rahn Staff Reporter Airlines are blaming public fears of H1N1 influenza A for a decrease in the number of passengers, along with the economic slump. Korean Air and Asiana Airlines expected the demand to grow during the summer...