We are flying more than ever before. And either because the emerging global economy drives the need to traverse longer distances, or the accelerated pace of domestic business requires us to make more trips, we're spending longer periods of time in the cabins and cockpits of corporate jets and commercial airliners. As a result, the aircraft cabin environment has come under increased scrutiny. In the December 2000 B/CA (page 57), we examined the subject of cabin air quality in ...

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