High Altitude Supplemental Oxygen Survey

29 Sep 2016 3:42 PM | Anonymous

The High Altitude Supplemental Oxygen (HASO) Working Group is a collaboration of business aviation professionals with an interest in addressing the challenges of complying with Code of Federal Regulation 91.211, the regulation that mandates pilots' use of supplemental oxygen in aircraft operating in altitudes above 41,000 feet.  

This group of dedicated pilots, operators, NBAA representatives, OEM representatives and aerospace physiology experts are passionately working to understand the hazards inadvertently introduced to the cockpit by this regulation, and through a data-driven process develop alternative means of compliance.

The primary objective of the HASO Working Group is to provide a risk-based recommendation to the Federal Aviation Administration for operations above 41,000 feet in aircraft certified to a ceiling of 51,000 feet. This group's recommendations will be based on risk analysis as it applies to a comprehensive evaluation of all exposure to hazards above 41,000 feet.

Please take 5 minutes to complete this anonymous survey.  Your candid response will help HASO's efforts in achieving higher standards of safety in business aircraft operations.

Thank you in advance.


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