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Facing serious concerns of airborne spread of the novel coronavirus through cabin air, the European Aviation Safety Association (EASA) recently released a safety guidance bulletin which addresses cabin air filtration.
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Pilot Simon Mikkelsen highlights how, during take-offs, approach and landings, pilots are at their most vulnerable to potential laser attacks.
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Prominent laser safety expert Patrick Murphy explains why it is so important pilots should have the right kind of laser eye protection readily at hand during flights.
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Prominent laser safety expert Patrick Murphy explains why it is so important pilots should have the right kind of laser eye protection readily at hand during flights.
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The Chief Science Officer of MTI, Dr Themos Kallos, talks about developing laser protection eyewear that doesn’t interfere with a pilots ability to read aircraft instrument lights.
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Laser attacks continue to be a growing concern for pilots of aircraft and helicopters, and a recent occurrence in Sweden is proving that the safety threat is escalating.
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From the moment that lasers went from Einsteinian theory, near the beginning of the 20th century, to real world fact in 1960, the military has been interested in both their potential use and the potential threat. 
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