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A 2nd Round £600K EIS Raise with HMRC Advanced Assurance Still Open

The first ADS sensor prototype development has progressed very well through the last few months. Independent validation of the sensor by The National Physical Laboratory is imminent, pending NPL personnel availability during the current Pandemic workplace restrictions, and final design of the mass manufactured model will follow after extensive field-testing over the next few months.

The technology is now looking highly-viable […]

By |July 21st, 2020|Uncategorized|

BBC Sounds The Aerotoxic Alarm

In part 2 of this edition of BBC Sounds, Mike Powell brings you the latest, exclusive update of an ongoing aviation industry problem that won’t go away. Pilots, crew and now passengers allege the air we breathe on board aircraft can do us harm. Mike hears from people who’ve lost their jobs or been involved in emergencies. […]

By |February 24th, 2020|Uncategorized|

Boeing Faces US Legal Action

Boeing knows that its airplane cabins can become filled with toxic air, but refuses to do anything about it, four flight attendants claim in court. Vanessa Woods, Faye Oskardottir, Darlene Ramirez and Karen Neben, along with her husband Nathan, sued Boeing in Cook County after becoming sick while working a flight on one of its […]

By |January 29th, 2020|Uncategorized|

Flight Attendants Cheer 10 Hours Rest, No Calls or Knives on Planes, Air Quality Initiative, and Numerous Other Safety Priorities in FAA Reauthorisation Bill

NEWS PROVIDED BY Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA)  13:33 ET
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The 50,000 Flight Attendants at 20 airlines represented by the Association of Flight Attendants–CWA, AFL-CIO (AFA), today cheered the passage of a five-year FAA Reauthorization Bill including a 10 hour minimum rest provision to combat Flight Attendant fatigue. The bill includes more Flight Attendant safety […]

By |October 4th, 2018|Uncategorized|

US Senator Moves to Amend FAA Section 2315 Aircraft Air Quality Code

Richard “Dick” Blumenthal the senior United States Senator from Connecticut moves an amendment to improve the safety of air supply on commercial aircraft.

His amendment to title 49 of the United States Code regarding authorisation of appropriations for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) seeks funding to include under Section 2315 Aircraft Air Quality the following:

Educational […]

By |July 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|

AEROTOXIC SYNDROME: A NEW OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE?

A recent report published by the World Health Organisation states that Aircraft air supplies contaminated by pyrolysed engine oil and other aircraft fluids can reasonably be linked to acute and chronic symptoms, findings and diagnoses, thus establishing causation.
The aim of the study was to undertake an in-depth investigation of aircrew involved in suspected aircraft contaminated air […]

By |July 10th, 2017|Uncategorized|

‘Fume event’ hospitalises American Airlines crew in latest incident concerning cabin air

even flight attendants were taken to hospital complaining of headaches caused by “odours in the cabin” on an American Airlines aircraft.

The crew on flight 1896, which landed safely in Orlando on Monday night, were said to have been involved in what are known as fume events. Seven staff were hospitalised, but none of the 89 […]

By |January 5th, 2017|Latest News, Uncategorized|

Woodford in Govt talks over £250m tech start-up fund

Neil Woodford is in talks with the government to allocate capital to a initiative to back early-stage tech ventures outside London.
By |September 8th, 2016|Latest News, Uncategorized|

Cricketers face £3m bouncer as taxman targets film schemes

SIX former England cricket captains face losses totalling millions of pounds after investing in film schemes.

Half of the England cricket team who in 2005 wrested the Ashes back from Australia for the first time in 18 years, have been caught up in an investment crisis that has also seen scores of footballers face losses totalling […]

By |January 10th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Ex-adviser found guilty of cheating HMRC through film investment scheme

A former adviser has been found guilty of conspiring to cheat the public revenue by attracting investors to a film investment scheme to evade paying tax.

The Times reports former Greystone Financial Services director Neil Williams-Denton was convicted yesterday, and was also convicted in an earlier linked trial in September.

Separately, three former City traders have been jailed […]

By |January 10th, 2016|Uncategorized|