Having mistaken the pressure horn for a minor problem, the pilots continue ascending to cruising altitude
while at the same time trying to figure out what the problem was.
is more efficient, but in the long run, it's not a career-winning strategy.
The jet, en route from Singapore to Perth, climbed 200ft upwards before returning to its cruising altitude
The maximum cruising altitude
is up to 45,000 feet, but the G450 can climb to its initial cruising altitude
of 41,000 feet in less than 23 minutes.
Fournier has said it was his life's dream to make the jump, which will begin at a point four times higher than the cruising altitude
of a commercial jet.
The Mobile OnAir onboard mobile telephony system, certified by EASA (European Aviation Safety Authority) does not interfere with the radio-navigation instruments on Airbus A318 and may only be used at cruising altitude
once the new illuminated sign "Switch off your phone" is turned off.
179, "IFR Cruising Altitude
or Flight Level," states that, in controlled airspace, you must fly the altitude assigned by ATC unless you're operating VFR-on-top.
Here are a couple of examples: On a flight with a very "senior" flight crew, the pilot said: "We've reached cruising altitude
and will be turning down the cabin lights.
ROUGH AND TUMBLE Jamie Osborne is unseated by Cruising Altitude
in the 1990 Champion Hurdle.
It said up to 60 passengers will be able to use their mobile handsets simultaneously when the aircraft reaches cruising altitude
A study by a team of Belfast scientists has found that oxygen levels fell by an average of 4% at cruising altitude
On average, oxygen levels fell by 4% when people reached cruising altitude