What is Pressure Altitude? Helicopter Online Ground School Training Videos

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Click Here: http://helicopterground.kajabi.com/sp... What is Pressure Altitude? Hello. I'm Kenny Keller, the creator of Helicopter Online Ground School, and author of the Amazon bestseller Helicopter Check Ride, and what I want to talk about is pressure altitude. What is pressure altitude? Pressure altitude is what we get when we dial 29.92 in the Kollsman Window. Most all of us have trouble with this, private level, commercial level, CFI. I work with add-on pilots, they come back, and you ask them what's pressure altitude, what's density altitude, everybody gets them screwed up. What is pressure altitude? It's what you get when you dial 29.92 in your Kollsman Window. A lot of people say what is the Kollsman Window? The Kollsman Window is that small window there you see on the face of the altimeter. We have 29.92 approximately dialed in that window so our pressure altitude is about 800 feet. Why do we care? We care because the aircraft is going to operate at the pressure altitude. We need the pressure altitude to work our performance chart. If you can remember pressure altitude, definition, it's what you get when you dial 29.92 in the Kollsman Window, and what you read directly from your altimeter is your pressure up. Please give us a like and a share, and put your comments down below, and if you'd like to learn more about our Helicopter Online Ground School there's a link either beside, below, or above this video. Click that link for an information video about our Helicopter Online Ground School. We have hundreds of members all over the world, we've been helping people with check rides for three-and-a-half years, and we've had huge success with helping people get through their check ride. Click one of those links, and we'll see you in the next video. What is Pressure Altitude?

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