How High Will It Go?

If you're going to climb into the teens to find visual conditions, you might want to carry some oxygen.

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I’m a firm believer in using supplemental oxygen; there’s a portable O2 tank in my airplane right now. For a variety of reasons, I usually go on oxygen when I’m going to be at 10,000 feet or higher for any length of time. I typically fly long legs, and when I use oxygen, I’m not […]
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