AIRCRAFT CABIN AIR QUALITY - WHY SMOKING BANS ARE UNNECESSARY 890400

1989-04-00

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  • Marginalia; Report on aircraft cabin air quality and why smoking bans are unnecessary defending smokers on airplanes. Suggests that bad cabin air quality is not bad due to smoke from cigarettes. Blames poor health effects during flight on chemicals like ozone and carbon dioxide and the dry environment. Claims that the solution to the problems with cabin air quality requires changes in ventilation ... read more
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