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How to read cabin pressurization chart


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To read a cabin pressurization chart, first, understand the altitude range on the horizontal axis and the corresponding cabin pressure on the vertical axis. The chart typically displays lines representing different aircraft altitudes. To interpret, find the altitude your aircraft will fly at and trace vertically to see the corresponding cabin pressure. Ensure the pressure remains within safe limits for passenger comfort and crew safety.

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