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Aviation Weather

Aviation Weather Earth s atmosphere common IFR procedures high altitude weather and special area weather considerations are thoroughly discussed in this FAA handbook AC A the first revision since

  • Title: Aviation Weather
  • Author: Federal Aviation Administration
  • ISBN: 9781560270010
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • Earth s atmosphere, common IFR procedures, high altitude weather, and special area weather considerations are thoroughly discussed in this FAA handbook AC00 6A, the first revision since 1975.

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    1 thought on “Aviation Weather

    1. Super informative, with convincingly terrifying descriptions of what happens when your plane gets sucked into a thunderstorm. A lot of this information would be interesting to the general outdoorsy person, not just pilots. In particular, the discussions of wind formation around land masses, dew point and temperature changes around twilight and dawn, and discussions of the impact of rain, thunderstorms, and hail would all be useful to know if you're a frequent camper. The last section, which is o [...]

    2. Not the best weather text out there. But if your goal is to pass an FAA written, you wont go wrong with this one. If you're a pilot, I highly recommend you also read Robert N. Buck's classic "Weather Flying," as well as Terry Lankford's excellent "Weather Flying Handbook." Both are a little bit dated, and some of the weather services mentioned in Lankford's book have since been updated or depreciated, but the weather theory and practical flying advice is timeless.

    3. A typical government reference book. Not going to wow anyone with its style or illustrations, but this book does a good job at getting across the essentials of what a professional aviator needs to know about weather. And a fair amount of its subject matter finds its way onto FAA exam questions --- as on my employers' annual standardization exams.

    4. if some day you have to fly above 1500 ft and at least 1NM away from the visual pattern, you better have this amazing life insurance

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