Oregon Aero® High-G® Seat

Engineering. Testing. Certification. Manufacturing.
Leading the Way in Advanced Seating Systems

Oregon Aero has the capability to design a High-G® Seat Assembly to your installation requirements. Backed by 20 years' experience engineering, testing, certifying and manufacturing advanced seating systems, each High-G® Seat Assembly is designed for the specific cockpit environment. We take into account variables of space, interface locations and other customer requirements.

The Oregon Aero® High-G® Seat offers the optimum combination of comfort, safety and styling and includes the VK SmartCushion™ System, Seat Frame, Seat Pan and Operating Mechanisms. Our Seating Systems combine state-of-the-art engineering with superb technical craftsmanship.



The High-G® Seat complies with all applicable FAA regulations
and complements TSO'd restraint systems.

The High-G® Seat can be customized for fixed and rotor wing aircraft
as well as for land vehicles, boats and other applications.



In this High-G® Seat, designed and manufactured for a general aviation aircraft, the seat back position accommodates a wide range of recline angles. The seat is adjusted easily for entrance and egress by crew and passengers.






In this photo, The Oregon Aero® High-G® Seat passes the 19G lumbar load survivability test required for certified general aviation aircraft. Oregon Aero develops applications of the High-G® Seat to comply with FAA regulations for 14 CFR Parts 23, 25, 27 and 29.



The Oregon Aero® High-G® Seat complies with FAA regulations, requirements and testing for:*

14 CFR 23.561
(general emergency landing condition requirements)

14 CFR 23.562
(dynamic tests for emergency landing conditions)

14 CFR 23.785
(static strength requirements)


14 CFR 23.853 (flammability requirements)
as well as for corresponding paragraphs in 14 CFR
Parts 25, 27 and 29





Contact Coastal Seat Cushions, Inc., our exclusive worldwide distributor of seat cushion systems for Military Fixed Wing and Rotor Wing Aircraft, for more information.


Maximum-Comfort Seating

The Oregon Aero® High-G® Seat shifts the hips, pelvis and back into a comfortable sitting position.  At the same time, the seat cushions support occupants over as large an area of the seat surface as possible, preventing painful “hot spots.” These two features create maximum-comfort seating for each user.


 Oregon Aero complies with all applicable FAA regulations. 



Oregon Aero, Inc. conducts dynamic seat testing per the emergency landing conditions promulgated by the FAA in 1988 to improve the crashworthy performance of aircraft seating. Compliance with these FAA regulations by Oregon Aero®SM™ products does not ensure freedom from injury or death as a result of aircraft accidents, hard landings or other flight conditions.