As pilots, among our foremost duties is the protection of the safety and health of our passengers as well as ourselves. And yet, there is a potentially serious “poison” at high altitude that can cause long-term health effects on all aboard and about which you’ve likely never been trained. It’s ozone. The advantages of high-altitude flight are clearly evident. Generally, there is less weather or the convective turbulence found at lower altitudes. Moreover, our turbine ...

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