No contaminated air warning sensors: FAA and EASA unconcerned? 1

No contaminated air warning sensors: FAA and EASA unconcerned?

No contaminated air warning sensors: FAA and EASA unconcerned?

Despite knowing about the effect of “bleed air” filters for decades and the potential for contaminated passenger cabin, aviation regulators around the world such as the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have, on this specific problem, put the corporate interests of the aerospace industry ahead of flight safety and public health, says GCAQE.

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