Aviation weather training has never been easier, thanks to Paul Hamilton’s new Weather To Fly: Aviation Weather For All Pilots Course. It's everything you need to learn to weigh pilot capabilities and aircraft limitations against the weather in the ultimate decision of “whether to fly.” - all in one easy-to-use package. We've got the latest content and innovative features to make our Weather To Fly Course the best training product in aviation. For the cost of a single flight lesson, Paul Hamilton's Weather To Fly: Aviation Weather For All Pilots Course will save you hours of time in the air and hundreds of dollars. It includes complete video lessons and lots of real world aviation weather tips.
No getting around it, weather plays a critical factor in your flying. With this course you'll learn to forecast local conditions, interpret weather information accurately, make better decisions about “whether to fly,” and learn to see trends – so you “get smarter each time you fly.”
This is much needed instruction on pilot weather and meteorology. Flight Instructor, Paul Hamilton, takes you through a simple 5-step system to show where to acquire weather data and how to interpret it.
The "Weather To Fly" system takes pilot capabilities plus aircraft limitations and weights them against the weather in the ultimate decision of "whether to fly".
Flight instructor, Paul Hamilton, takes you through a simple step-by-step process that is easy to follow. You will learn about regional and local influences on weather in a straightforward presentation.
You'll be able to forecast local conditions yourself and interpret weather information accurately to develop a clear mental picture of the conditions that may affect your flight.
Time lapse cinematography of cloud formations, in-air footage, and animation is used to simplify complex weather concepts, as well as, illustrate consequences of pilot judgement.
After a brief introduction, you begin with "The Global Energy Engine - How the weather starts". This gives a global view of the hot and cold air masses, air currents, and weather patterns. This provides the basis for the "Big Picture" of weather and lays the foundation for your understanding of weather.
Then you move to the "Weather To Fly" system. The 5 step process guides you in select appropriate weather conditions for safer and more enjoyable flights.
Weather To Fly: Aviation Weather For All Pilots, Trailer
This video shows sections of the course.
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