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HIGH ALTITUDE AWARENESS TRAINING

The Aircare FACTS High Altitude Awareness Training is a fast-paced program conducted at the client’s hangar or at any of Aircare’s fixed-base locations. This course is specifically designed to provide a safe means for crewmembers to personally experience the advanced signs, symptoms and effects of high altitude hypoxia.

This program, including classroom discussion and hands-on experience, gives pilots, flight techs, cabin crew and frequent flyers the opportunity to experience a slow-onset decompression without the potentially harmful side-effects and discomfort of a decompression chamber.

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Aircare FACTS® High Altitude Awareness Training curriculum includes:

  • Accident/Incident Review
  • Atmosphere & Composition
  • Physiology / Oxygen Saturation / Effects of Altitude
  • Stress
  • Hypoxia and Human Factors
  • Aircraft Pressurization
  • Decompression / TUF / TUC / EPT
  • Gas and Decompression Sickness
  • Oxygen Equipment
  • Crew Duties / Commands
  • Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device
  • Cognitive Testing
  • Symptom Recognition
  • Ozone & Radiation

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At Aircare International our goal is to serve a flight department that aims to propel ideals to practice.

The degree of our guidance and engagement within your company comes down to your specific operational needs. Aircare aims to add value to a flight operation by providing customizable and robust products in training, emergency preparedness, telemedicine, and staffing while working within framework already established within a flight department. Our focus is to actively serve your business with consistency, experience, and mentorship.  We serve the best in the industry and want to share those best practices with you and your team.

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