Oxygen Use: FAR’s, Reality and Misconceptions

In the last decade as inexpensive, accurate pulse oximeters came on the market and pilots put them into widespread use, they provided firsthand evidence to confirm what medical professionals had been saying for more than 50 years: The Federal Aviation Regulation concerning supplementary oxygen use in flight—91.211—is hopelessly inadequate to protect pilots and passengers from […]
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