ARC AIRLINE SMOKING SURVEY AIRLINE PASSENGERS PREFER SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT

1987-10-13

Report on smoking on commercial airlines. Cites a survey determining how many people favor a smoking ban on commercial flights. States that the majority (64%) said they did. Argues that inherent in the airplane's design is the inability to circulate much outside air which causes decreased quality in the air. Suggests several solutions proposed by different Congressmen which range from full to part... read more

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MARTIN M
EISERMAN J
ODONOHUE W
DURBIN R
SCHEUER J
TORRICELLI R
DORMAN R
BATES J
HATCH O
GRIFFITHS D
NATL INST OF HEALTH
# DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
TI
ATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
# NATL RESEARCH COUNCIL
# AMERICAN ASSN FOR RESPIRATORY CARE
GIORDANO S
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