BAN ON SMOKING IN AIRLINERS DOESN'T APPLY TO THE COCKPIT

MYDANS,S
1990-03-00

Illegible/Difficult to Read; Copy; New York Times article discussing the airplane smoking ban flight deck exemption. Explains the exemption as an effort to avoid withdrawal symptoms in pilots based on 1978 study. Notes that there is a smoking ban in aircraft simulator training, and that some airlines have banned smoking in flight decks.

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Community Health Program Records
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BENNETT,L
BRENTON,D
COLEMAN,W
HORNE,A
PM
AIR TRANSPORT ASSN
ASSN OF FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
NATL CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL
NIH, NATL INST OF HEALTH
OFFICE OF AVIATION MEDICINE
OFFICE ON SMOKING + HEALTH
SMOKERS RIGHTS ALLIANCE
WA POST
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