9780578433851-0578433850-The Aviation Weather Manual: A Pilot's Guide to Fast and Accurate Preflight Weather Risk Assessment

The Aviation Weather Manual: A Pilot's Guide to Fast and Accurate Preflight Weather Risk Assessment

ISBN-13: 9780578433851
ISBN-10: 0578433850
Author: Colvin, Delia
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Delia Colvin
Format: Paperback 380 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780578433851
ISBN-10: 0578433850
Author: Colvin, Delia
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Delia Colvin
Format: Paperback 380 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Colvin, Delia wrote The Aviation Weather Manual: A Pilot's Guide to Fast and Accurate Preflight Weather Risk Assessment comprising 380 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0578433850 and 9780578433851. Since then The Aviation Weather Manual: A Pilot's Guide to Fast and Accurate Preflight Weather Risk Assessment textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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“Weather is the most lethal of all major causes of GA accidents.”

Michael Huerta, Former FAA Administrator

Whether you are a student pilot or a CFII or ATP, this book is for you.

Most weather-related accidents are fatal. Further, it is afailure to recognize deteriorating weatherthat continues to be a frequent cause or contributing factor of accidents.

But what if you knew, with a high degree of accuracy, how to analyze the weather along a given route in about 15-20 minutes so that you could make good, safe decisions for you and your loved ones.

Here, you’ll learn from a weather briefer who specialized in fast, accurate weather analysis—and then spent over five years investigating accidents.

  • The key tools to properly assess weather risk
  • Learn the telltale indicators for in each of the six hazards—even when they aren’t forecast.
  • Use the Weather Risk Assessment Chart to enhance your briefings
  • Gain certainty on identifying potential weather risks.
  • Learn advanced satellite and radar techniques

“All your materials are one of the best values in aviation education - relevant, current, interesting, and easy to use.”

Mike I ATP/CFII

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