EASA focuses on "cabin air "
Two days of lectures and discussions you can read about here in the official program booklet.
Not invited to give a presentation were the German (Fume-Event) Patient Initiative P-Coc.com, nor Michael MULDER from IKAROS, Amsterdam.
However, Cpt. John HOYTE, the founder of aerotoxic.org and once a pilot himself, was allowed to share his experiences with injured parties. Read his press release https://www.anstageslicht.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Geschichten/Aerotoxisches_Syndrom/AerotoxicAssociationEASAWorkshopKolnMediaRelease01.02.20-1.pdfhere.
The two-day hearing can be summarised as follows: The European Aviation Safety Authority, which primarily gives the floor to representatives of the companies and interest groups concerned, who then also dominate the political discussion, sees no need for further measures.