FlyFlyFly wrote:“Passenger oxygen system”: Pax masks automatically deploy when cabin altitude reaches the greater of:
14500, or depature airfield +1500 ft or, arrival airfield +1500 ft.
My question is as I understand in case the airfield +1500 is greater than 14,500 ft the masks will not deploy until cabin altitude until reaches that airfield +1500. I can not understand what is the point behind that. Why boeing did not just only put 14,500 as a limit?
FlyFlyFly wrote:unimproved wrote:The deflector doors also block airflow which you need in extreme temperatures.
Why CAC loves extreme weather (hot and cold)?
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