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  • Writer's pictureSusan Michaelis

European Commission / EASA Meeting

The European Commission and EASA have called for interested stakeholders to attend a meeting in Cologne at the end of January 2020 to discuss the way forward on the cabin air contamination topic. This is further to the 2 cabin air studies that EASA published in 2017 on cabin air monitoring and oil pyrolysis and the 3 year 2 million euro FACTS study that has not yielded the results anticipated. Risk mitigating strategies are now necessary with further research simply providing a better understanding of the issue, but not delaying proactive actions to mitigate the risks associated with aircraft air supply contamination.

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