- On https://www.braininjury-explanation.com there is a lot of information about brain injury.
- IFALPA published a Position Paper and a Briefing Leaflet about Cabin Fumes, December 2018.
- IFALPA publication Human performance Briefing Leaflet, December 2018: Pregnancy and Flying
- Health impact of exposure to contaminated supply air on commercial aircraft, Nov 2018: FAA Quick Reference for Health Care Providers
- Research after serious Fume Event by Aviation Herald, 6 november 2018: "The death of Captain James Anderberg - aged 53"
- From the Aerotoxic Logbook: An UNCOVERING of Tricks, Methods and Strategies, how to downplay fume events 26 May 2018
- Press Release of Aircraft Engineers International warning to EC of Deteriorating Safety Standards
- Aerotoxic Logbook, with lots of information about reported Fume Events
- On 26 March 2018, the U.S. Federal Aviation Authority FAA published this Safety Alert for Operators (SAFO), to improve on board procedures to mitigate the risks for passengers and crew in case of toxic smells, smoke or fumes.
- John M. Lind, former USAF pilot: A Proposal to bring the problem of contaminated air under control 20 januari 2018
- Below article about hearing problems and Aerotoxic Syndrome was published on 16 januari 2018 on Facebook by the Global Aerotoxic Team. Hearing Loss and Aerotoxic Syndrome
- Frank Cannon is an international renowned Aviation Lawyer. In this review, he reports about the use of "bleed air" and its consequences in December 2016:
Aircraft cabin air contamination and aerotoxic syndrome—a review of the evidence
- Graeme A. Davidson is a very experienced consulting engineer in Schotland. In this article, he explains a number of causes of contamination in aircraft air supply systems, June 2014.
Routine mechanical causes of aircraft air supply contamination
- IFALPA published a Position Paper about Smoke and Fumes, June 2013.
- Dee Passon, of Toxic Free Airlines (www.toxicfreeairlines.com), published the results of an online aircrew health survey in March 2009.
Over 1,000 responses were received and categorised.
The International Crew Health Survey
- Prof. Chris Winder (Australia) wrote this article in 2006: Hazardous chemicals on Jet Aircraft: case study - jet engine oils and Aerotoxic Syndrome
- Prof. Abou Donia from Duke University of Carolina, april 2005: Organophosphate Ester Induced Chronic Neurotoxicity