Weather is the single biggest variable in flying. It can turn a long-awaited vacation into a long wait at the FBO, a quick two-hour flight into a tedious four-hour slog, or a stress-free jaunt into a skill-testing ordeal. The variations are infinite, but for pilots it all boils down to two questions:
What’s really going on out there, and what does it mean for me?
The day-to-day challenge of answering those questions is the focus of our new seminar. We’ll take a no-nonsense look at how you can get better, more complete weather information—and make better, more informed decisions as a result. We’ll talk about:
• The best weather resources, and when to use them
• Situations that tempt smart pilots to make dumb choices
• Weather-related accidents and the factors that led to them
• Knowing what’s safe and what isn’t when things get “complicated”
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