Stop Toxic Fumes Onboard Aircraft
December 13, 2019
The Cabin Air Safety Act of 2019 aims to protect airline passengers and crew from the harmful effects of toxic cabin air.
“Our workspace is the public’s travel space and in that space today, crews and passengers are breathing toxins and it has to stop,” said AFA International President Sara Nelson.
Call your Representative and Senators today and tell them to cosponsor the Cabin Air Safety Act. The House bill is H.R. 2208 and the Senate bill is S. 1112.
Call Your Representative: 866-937-4359
Call Your Senators: 877-750-7411
“Hi, my name is_________. As a constituent and a Flight Attendant, I am calling to ask you to cosponsor the Cabin Air Safety Act of 2019. Flight Attendants and passengers can be exposed to toxic fumes in the cabin. We need the FAA to intervene and implement protections. Support clean air onboard for passengers and Flight Attendants!”
AFA’s efforts to improve the cabin environment and air quality span the last three decades, from advocating for smoke-free skies to stopping poisonous pesticide spraying and addressing the dangers of contaminated bleed air.