High Altitude Flight Operations Seminar for General Aviation Pilots – Above 8,000 ft
A High altitude operations seminar titled “Aerospace Physiology: Altitude Chamber, Human Factors in Flight High Altitude Operations” will take place on Saturday, April 5, 2014 , starting at 9:00 am MST at the Cottonwood Airport (P52). The seminar is targeted at pilots using general aviation aircraft and turbocharged, turboprop and turbojet aircraft in a high altitude environment (above 8,000 ft). Student pilots thru ATPs will benefit from this seminar.
High Altitude Operations: Altitude Chamber -Cottonwood (P52)
Aerospace Physiology: Altitude Chamber, Human Factors in Flight, High Altitude Operations.
Date and Time:
Saturday, April 5, 2014 , starting at 9:00 am MST
FAATeam Rep. Doug Palmquist & Ronald Diedricks
Seminar will focus on GA pilots conducting high altitude operations in Arizona (above 8000 ft) using GA aircraft and turbocharged, turboprop and turbojet aircraft. Student pilots thru ATPs will benefit from this seminar.
1001 W. Mingus Ave
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Directions to Venue:
From center of Cottonwood, head N.W. towards Jerome, turn left (W) on Mingus. Airport approximately 1/4 mile W. on left. Hangar B is 1st hangar inside gate past terminal. Signs will be present.
AWP AZ FAASTeam
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is being sponsored by the City of Cottonwood Airport, P52 Airport Manager & Verde Valley Flyers Association. We’d also like to recognize them for their personal contributions to the AZ FAASTeam. They provide facilities, personnel, and logistical support for FAASTeam seminars.
*To receive WINGs credit you MUST be present for the entire event. We are unable to issue partial credits.
Guidance Aviation is a Part 141 High Altitude Helicopter Flight Training organization. Established in 1998, Guidance Aviation is the first Part 141 High Altitude Helicopter Flight Training School in the U.S. CONTACT Guidance Aviation.