In a recent conversation about the Diamond DA62 I was speaking with someone who thought the aircraft was pressurized. I was shocked considering the door design. Shocked to the point of disbelief. A quick Google search referencing the following page seemed to prove that it was indeed pressurized.
Yes, the DA62 is pressurized. The aircraft features a baseline cabin pressure altitude of up to 8,000 ft at the specified maximum operating altitude (28,000 ft). This helps to reduce fatigue during long flights, and make the experience of flying more comfortable for passengers.
Hard to believe! I tried and found no reference to it's differential pressure limits or operation of its pressurization system. There are videos of pilots wearing cannulas above 10,000 feet.
So, is the Diamond DA62 pressurized or not?