In a push for DOT regulatory standards, passengers now are able to report uncomfortable or potentially dangerous aircraft temperatures on their phones

2Hot2Cold, a temperature-reporting app, aims to revolutionize and further humanize travelers’ airplane experiences. As of August 2018, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) do not have standard operations requirements for regulation aircraft cabin temperatures. In order to protect the health of and provide a better customer experience for travelers, the 2Hot2Cold app will soon be released to solve this common pain point.

Extreme temperatures can range from unpleasant to fatal on an aircraft. When the temperature is too hot, passengers and crew members can experience a whole host of dangerous side effects from dizziness and fatigue to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. If an aircraft’s temperature is too cold, individuals can experience side effects from cold stress to hypothermia.

To keep passengers safe and provide a more enjoyable in-flight customer experience, travelers can download the 2Hot2Cold app and submit reports if their aircraft’s temperature becomes unpleasant or extreme. This service aims to make it easy for customers provide to feedback to airline companies as well as foster meaningful conversation around aircraft safety.

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2Hot2Cold, a temperature-reporting app, aims to revolutionize and further humanize travelers’ airplane experiences. As of August 2018, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) do not have standard operations requirements for regulation aircraft cabin temperatures. In order to protect the health of and provide a better customer experience for travelers, the 2Hot2Cold app will soon be released to solve this common pain point.

Extreme temperatures can range from unpleasant to fatal on an aircraft. When the temperature is too hot, passengers and crew members can experience a whole host of dangerous side effects from dizziness and fatigue to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. If an aircraft’s temperature is too cold, individuals can experience side effects from cold stress to hypothermia.