CSET LEVEL 4 – Introduction to Intermediate G Forces and Unusual Flight Attitudes

CSET Level 4 is designed to introduce the commercial spaceflight participant to the intermediate g force flight environment and various unusual flight attitudes. The day starts with a review of the physiological aspects of the planned flight and an introduction to Unusual Aircraft Attitudes and Aerobatics. This will be followed by a detailed briefing and introduction to the aircraft to be utilized and its associated safety systems. The flight portion will begin with a detailed briefing for the flight followed by the actual Introduction to Intermediate G Forces flight. Post flight will consist of a flight debrief and discussion of what will occur in Level 5 CSET training.

Course Duration ~ 1-2 Days; Flight Time ~1 hour; Aerobatic Aircraft

Prerequisites: CSET Level 3

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Notice: Course costs and dates are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the Course Schedule and Costs page for more information. Contact us to check course availability.

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