CTS has refreshed our course on High-Altitude Weather and Aerodynamics. High-altitude flight presents pilots with several unique challenges due to the different weather, physiological concerns, and effects high-altitude and high-speed flight have on aerodynamics. This course provides pilots with training covering these aspects of high-altitude flight and the proper recovery procedures for emergencies such as hypoxia and decompression.
The new course is designed to fulfill the training requirements for the high-altitude endorsement under 14 CFR Part 61.31(g) as well as the training requirements of Parts 91, 125, and 135. It will also fulfill the requirement for training on high-altitude physiology and the effects of rapid or explosive loss of pressurization required for IS-BAO compliance.
Our High-Altitude Weather and Aerodynamics subject includes an interactive tutorial with periodic learning checkpoints, a supplemental lesson, and exam.
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