How long can you fly after diving?

Can you fly within 24 hours of scuba diving?

Wait at least 24 hours between diving and flying. … Even in a pressurized aircraft, you may still experience altitude DCS as a result of sudden cabin pressure loss during in-flight rapid decompression. If this happens, refrain from flying again for at least 24 hours.

How long should you wait after diving before flying?

Dives Within No-Decompression Limits

For a single no-decompression dive, the recommendation is a minimum preflight surface interval of 12 hours. For multiple dives per day or multiple days of diving, the recommendation is a minimum preflight surface interval of 18 hours.

How long should pilots and passengers wait before flying at an altitude of 6000 feet if a controlled ascent was not required?

The AIM says a pilot should wait at least 12 hours prior to flying to altitudes up to 8,000 feet msl if a dive has not required a controlled ascent (nondecompression-stop diving) and at least 24 hours after diving in which a controlled ascent (decompression) is required.

What altitude is safe after diving?

So the standard advice rings true: don’t fly or go beyond 300 meters or 1,000 feet for at least 24 hours after your last dive.

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Can you fly after snorkeling?

It is safe to go on an airplane after snorkeling. It is also safe to snorkel after flying. You breathe air at the atmospheric pressure, just like you do when swimming or taking a walk. If you go scuba diving you should at least wait 24 hours before flying.

How long can you dive at 30 feet?

9 metres (30 feet) dive depth: BSAC no decompression time limit of 243 minutes (PADI Tables 205 minutes).