The UK’s Unite union has begun preparing civil personal injury claims against a number of British airlines on behalf of 17 current and former cabin crew members who believe they have been poisoned by so-called fume events on board aircraft. The legal action relates to both single-event and long-term exposure, according to Unite spokesman Alex Flynn. Unite represents a total of 20,000 cabin crew working for British airlines as well as Qantas and Japan Air Lines.  Unite believes ...

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