No Pressure: Altitude Decompression Sickness

Lengthy, unpressurized periods at high altitude can cause major impairments before you can land.

Altitude means different things to different pilots. In crop dusting or banner towing, it's not something we need. When striving for efficiency and economy over a distance, it can be, since the air is…
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