LONDON–UK health authorities have established new medical guidelines for flight crew showing symptoms of being exposed to aircraft-cabin-fume events. Cabin-air incidents happen when flight crew and passengers are exposed to abnormal odors, smoke, haze or fumes in the cabin. They are potentially caused by contaminants found in the bleed-air supply, which is sourced from the aircraft’s engines. “Pilots have welcomed a new [UK] National Health Service (NHS) care pathway, ...

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