Re: Oxygen

Date:         24 May 99 01:52:20 
From:         don@news.daedalus.co.nz (Don Stokes)
Organization: Daedalus Consulting
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Jerry <jerry.williamson@amd.com> wrote:
>All aircraft that operate commercially and carry passengers
>for service MUST provide means for emergency oxygen if the
>aircraft service ceiling is above 14,500 feet.

Hmmm.  I seem to recall a safety card in an HS748 which stated that the
748 didn't have emergency oxygen, and in the event of depressurisation,
expect the cabin to fog up and the aircraft to drop like a rock ... do
not be alarmed ...

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Don Stokes, Networking Consultant  http://www.daedalus.co.nz  +64 25 739 724