Tell Boeing to protect public health by installing air sensors on its planes

Airplane "fume events" pose a serious threat to our health and safety. Heated jet oil released during these events can cause damage to the nervous system when inhaled and even produce carbon monoxide.

With nearly 400 pilots, flight attendants and passengers having needed medical attention due to hundreds of fume events between January 2018 and December 2019, it's long past time for measures that will keep toxic substances out of the air we breathe on flights.

So we're calling on Boeing, the world's largest aerospace company, to install air sensors on its planes. Will you join us?

Subject: Install air sensors on Boeing planes to protect passengers against toxic fume events