High-altitude aerodynamics and meteorology
Effects, symptoms, and causes of hypoxia
Duration of consciousness
Effects of prolonged use of supplemental oxygen
Gas expansion and gas bubble formation
Eliminating gas expansion and gas bubble formation
Physical phenomena and incidents of decompression
Regulations and equipment
Citation Mustang basic systems
Cruise Operations above FL250
Decompression emergency procedures
Emergency descent procedures
All that’s required for your high-altitude pressurized aircraft endorsement is a valid and current FAA Private Pilot Certificate, and third class medical.
To act as PIC in a pressurized aircraft capable of high-altitude flight (has a service ceiling or maximum operating altitude, whichever is lower, above 25,000 feet MSL) a pilot must receive and log ground and flight training in accordance with 61.31(g).
4 hours ground training
1-hour flight training in the Mustang
Cockpit video and audio of the entire flight
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