Report Cabin Temperature Issues Via the 2Hot2Cold! App
July 10, 2019
MEC Safety, Health and Security Committee
In the summer, cabins can get too hot. If it’s too hot, crew and passengers can experience symptoms ranging from the mild (fatigue, dizziness) to moderate (heat exhaustion) to catastrophic (heat stroke).
Today, the FAA and the DOT have no operating requirements for cabin temperatures. To make change, we need data to persuade regulators and legislators to establish airplane temperature standards.
We define the problem by presenting the supporting data that addresses the temperature issues and promotes a solution regarding regulating cabin temperatures.
Flight Attendants are encouraged to download the iPhone/iPad or Android version of the 2Hot2Cold app, install it on your device, and submit reports on extreme temperature incidents you experience onboard flights. Working together, we will end the scourge of 2Hot2Cold in air travel!
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For additional information contact your Local Safety, Health and Security Committee