Aerotoxic syndrome is at the heart of much of the debate—even though it is unrecognised as a legitimate medical syndrome. It has been central to some litigious claims, regarding the safety of aircraft bleed air.
EASA, REACH, ICAO, IATA, and CEN, have all issued reports on cabin air quality events. Most have concluded that there is insufficient evidence to draw a connection between long term TCP exposure and illness. Though there is admittance to the possible relationship between poor cabin air quality and acute illnesses, more research must be conducted.
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