FLIGHT ATTENDANTS PETITION THE FAA TO EXTEND THE DOMESTIC SMOKING BAN TO INCLUDING INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS AND TO SET STANDARDS FOR THE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF TAMPER-PROOF AIRPLANE LAVATORY SMOKE DETECTORS.

GAINES,T
MILLER,ME
RENZ,K
WAGNER,H
WINKLER,C
1991-05-31

Petition filed by the flight attendants to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) asking for an extension on the current ban on cigarettes to extend to international flights. Cites the demonstrated health hazards to the rest of the passengers and especially to the flight attendants as reasons for this extension to the ban.

This object is in collection:
Community Health Program records
Subjects
MILLER,ME
MOREAU,B
RENZ,K
SURGEON GENERAL
WAGNER,H
WINKLER,C File: 2023215775/2023217072/INTL. - AIRLINE SMOKING
2023215776/2023216586/AIRLINES - INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT SMOKING BAN
PM
AMERICAN AIRLINES
ASSN OF PROFESSIONAL FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
CONGRESS
CONTINENTAL
DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
INDEPENDENT FEDERATION OF FLIGHT ATTENDA
INDEPENDENT UNION OF FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
INTL CIVIL AVIATION ORG
NAS, NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS
TWA
UNION OF FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
WHO, WORLD HEALTH ORG
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