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Fear of flying? It’s CO2 fault
Rome, Italy - Italian Unit dealing with fit of panic has studied fear crises during their genesis
The new studies on the risks deriving from carbon dioxide excess aboard airplanes have been introduced last Tuesday in Rome by professor Rosario Sorrentino, neurologist for the Italian Unit dealing with fit of panic, professor Stefano Bastianello, and professor Livio de Santoli. A recent survey has revealed that 46% of Italian citizens would have fear to fly, and the 43% renounce therefore to take...
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency