Air quality in the cabibn
Air quality in the cabin
Potential cabin air hazards may include the following:
Ventilation hazards, including carbon monoxide, ozone and carbon dioxide levels
Pesticide exposure on certain flights
Sick passengers can spread infectious diseases
Cabin height and boost pressure
When the air in the cabin is contaminated by the faulty product of heated engine oil or hydraulic oil
What measures can be taken to reduce the danger in the cabin air?
Here are some ways:
Wash hands or disinfect frequently to reduce the risk of exposure to infectious diseases. Provide food or drink to passengers, help them carry their luggage and wash before eating.
In some flights, insecticides are sometimes used inside the aircraft.