Bicameral legislation introduced in the US Congress would protect against inflight toxic fumes by mandating installation of carbon monoxide detectors in aircrafts’ supply systems and establishing training and reporting requirements to help pilots crew members identify air contamination events in the cabin. “All Americans have the right to expect safe, clean air when traveling or reporting to work. I am deeply concerned by the documented cases where pilots, flight attendants ...

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