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Poor Cockpit Air Quality Puts Pilots and Passengers at Risk

By Alan Levin, Bloombert

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A new Harvard University study has found that many planes’ cockpits likely have higher levels of carbon dioxide than the safe limit, which could impair pilots’ brain function and performance.

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Skift Take: We don’t feel these findings are particularly surprising. But what is being done to new planes to ensure air quality is safer for everyone on board?

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