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Accident: Condor B753 near Las Palmas on Mar 22nd 2013, odour on board causes 2 flight attendants to pass out

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This is definitely not "light" reading. The investigation into this event revealed circumstantial evidence suggesting that several crewmembers were affected by contaminated cabin air that was being supplied by the aircraft’s air conditioning system. (avherald.com) More...

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joelwiley
joel wiley 2
Very interesting. "nocebo effect" rarely pops up in light reading.
AVHerald seems to be having a fundraiser. Donated via paypal.
ToddBaldwin3
ToddBaldwin3 1
It's an area I've had some interest in for some time. The report answered a number of questions I've had about some of the tests performed on flight crew after one of these incidents.
TiTolas68
juan Losada 1
That was the american pilot took away its shoes... certainly.

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