How safe is the air we breathe on a plane? Every day, 11 million people fly across the globe, unaware that the air in the cabin may contain dangerous toxins. For the past 18 years, Captain ... See full summary »

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Tristan Loraine (story by), Beth Moran (Story by) | 1 more credit »
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How safe is the air we breathe on a plane? Every day, 11 million people fly across the globe, unaware that the air in the cabin may contain dangerous toxins. For the past 18 years, Captain Tristan Loraine has been collecting evidence and testimonies from crew members and passengers who have suffered this unspoken consequence of flying. Everybody Flies discloses never-before-seen documentation, scientific findings, and personal accounts relating to the controversial issue of cabin air quality. Written by Fact Not Fiction Films

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one man's journey to make air travel safer

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26 February 2020 (UK) See more »

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A quiet film that might prove to be a turning point for the issue.
2 October 2019 | by jaminonSee all my reviews

Declaration of interest here, I know Tristan and found this to be unexpectedly moving. This could become an issue as big as Tobacco or Asbestos. Toxins in cabin air is the thing that no-one wants to acknowledge. Everybody Flies is a softly spoken film that lets the facts and its victims speak for themselves. And in the end we are left with the distinct feeling that more than anything this is about the betrayal of childhood dreams by big corporations. Nicely shot and edited and a good score. You will think about flying differently by the end of it. I did. Knowing something about Tristan's journey, this is also a tribute to the power of tenacity.


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