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Fume events are sticky business, and honestly I was hesitant to even try to cover this. But, Dave really liked this topic, so we forged ahead.
Why do I say it’s sticky? Some people say it’s a horrible thing that happens all the time and even deserves its own named syndrome. Others say it’s barely a concern. You can probably guess that politics is involved, as always.
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Interesting. The big question is, what are the sensors on planes going to check for? That is where the real important details lie.
Nick – Great question. I have to assume that since this has to be related to oil or hydraulic fluid, they can easily test for things that are toxic that would only be found in those things.
It’s a common occurrence. More so on Airbus equipment. http://avherald.com/h?article=4b6eb830/0006
If you determine a herald.com you’d be shocked at how many fume and non-time occurrences there are.
Why can’t we have air sensor quality indicators?