Date: 08 Jan 2000 13:39:10 From: Peter Coe <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: Speedpick References: 1 2 Followups: 1 2 3
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email@example.com (GLPILOTSRV) writes: >This is the reason that above 25,000 feet, if one crew member leaves the >flight deck, the remaining crew member is required to use supplemental >oxygen. Above 35,000 feet, regardless of number of crew members on the >flight deck, one crew member must utilize supplemental oxygen. I presume this is an FAA rule. I have been in the cockpit a number of times on British registered aircraft when the plane and crew have met either or both these criteria, and have never seen the oxygen mask in use. In fact I have never seen it available - i.e. sitting next to the seat which makes me wonder just how quickly it could be put on.