pressurized cabin


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pressurized cabin

The occupied space of an aircraft in which the air pressure has been increased above that of the ambient atmosphere by compression of the ambient atmosphere into the space.
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pressurized cabin

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The only airman in his time qualified to pilot a free balloon, a blimp, a glider, and an airplane, as well as to command a rigid airship; Settle was also the first American to fly a pressurized cabin into the stratosphere.