Aircraft Air Quality Malfunction Incidents : Causation , Regulatory , Reporting and Rates

@inproceedings{Winder2005AircraftAQ,
  title={Aircraft Air Quality Malfunction Incidents : Causation , Regulatory , Reporting and Rates},
  author={Chris Winder and Susan Michaelis},
  year={2005}
}
The issue of aircraft air contamination due to oils and hydraulic fluids leaking into the aircraft air supply is a known problem in the aviation industry. There are a range of regulations that are in place to ensure all cases of fume contamination are reported and therefore investigated. However, there is strong evidence that the reporting system to regulatory agencies is not working and, consequently, under-reporting occurs and the fume events taking place are considerably higher than the… CONTINUE READING

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