EasyJet Studying Cabin Air Filtration

LONDON—EasyJet is studying the potential installation of cabin air filters to deal with the issue of contaminated air in the cabin. The airline says it is working with aviation filtration company Pall Aerospace, in a bid to reduce what it calls “incidents of unusual smell and fumes in the cabin,”...

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