Re: 42,000 feet

Date:         30 Mar 97 03:54:27 
From:         evmoore@bellsouth.net (Eric Moore)
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In article <airliners.1997.830@ohare.Chicago.COM>, "David E. Pearce Jr."
<dpearce@ast.lmco.com> wrote:
> Karl Swartz wrote:
> > Obviously not, since the 767 is certified to 43,000 feet (according to
> > http://www.boeing.com/) and Concorde routinely flies above 60,000 feet.

> I thought the Concorde was certificated to fly at FL510. One of the Lear
> jet models (35 I think) is also certificated to FL510. Everything else
> is less.

What about the B747SP?  Didn't PA fly at FL500+ for several years until
the flight attendants complained of ozone and air dryness?

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