Aircraft Ventilation Systems Often Inadequate To Remove Cigarette Smoke; Passengers And Crew Complain

1989-06-20

Press release from American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) on cigarette smoke in airplanes. Cites National Research Council (NRC), Association of Flight Attendants (AFA), and Social Acceptability of Smokers (SAS) studies on smoke-related issues in airplanes. Expresses doubt that airlines can create better ventilation systems. Concludes that airplane smoking ban is prudent.

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Community Health Program records
Subjects
Milligan, S (American Association For Respiratory Care)
AMTOB
National Research Council
American Association For Respiratory Care
Scandinavian Airlines
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