AIRLINE SMOKING BAN GAINS SUPPORT. STUDIES SHOW PROBLEMS WITH VENTILATION, PASSIVE SMOKE.

DEAN, PAUL
1987-08-03

Article describing the current trend of smoking bans on all commercial flights. Estimates that within 5 years, almost all flights will be smoke free. Points to studies showing the harmful effects of secondhand smoke to people in airplane cabins, most notably the flight attendants.

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KOOP CE
MATTSON M
SCHWIND J
DICINO D
AIR CANADA
FRAZIER J
MERRYMAN W
RJR
HOUSE
SENATE
NCI
NATL RESEARCH COUNCIL
NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
CONGRESS
AIR LINE PILOTS ASSN
TI
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