It's hard to make METAR and TAF abbreviations readable to a new student, but this Jeppesen book trys to at least tie them in with all the other weather information available, and show many different sources available to pilots for their preflight briefing. As a student private pilot it's easy to get too much dull information in front of you that must be sifted through to find practical pearls. Aviation Weather by Peter Lester comes closest of the many sources for weather information out there that gives relevant and beautifully formatted information in a succinct presentation. This dynamic new text book from Jeppesen Sanderson uses proven study methods to help the reader understand the atmosphere in which they are operating.
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Aviation Weather is designed to help the new student of aviation understand the atmosphere in which he or she operates. It also serves as a valuable reference source for pilots at all levels of experience. Whether your connection to flying is as a new student to aviation, a certified pilot, controller, dispatcher, scientist, engineer, or an interested passenger, Aviation Weather helps you understand the strong interdependence of aviation and meteorology through the use of over full color illustrations and photographs.
It is written with a minimum of mathematics and a maximum of practical information. Learn about weather as it pertains to aviation with this easy-to-understand book. Plus, this new edition updates; much of the previous content and adds new material on recent developments in weather science and technology so you studies are as current as possible.
In this fourth edition of Aviation Weather , the author has added information about new developments in the acquisition of weather data and how pilots can access and apply that data. Examples of available weather products have been updated and the text revised to reflect the shift toward electronic access to weather reports and forecasts. Reader input prompted the addition of many new NTSB reports to illustrate relevant flying hazards.
The author added an additional real-world scenario to demonstrate how weather information can be applied during flight planning. Lester also clarified several explanations of the basic physical concepts that create weather and updated many of the descriptions of atmospheric phenomena. We're really sorry Product Code Fourth Edition, Softcover, , pages. Login Details. New Account. Allow Promotional Emails We will never divulge your email to a 3rd party.
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Jeppesen Aviation Weather Textbook 4th Edition
Learn about weather as it pertains to aviation with this easy-to-understand book. Expanded coverage of icing, weather hazards and flight planning. Includes review questions with answers at the end of the book. In this fourth edition of Aviation Weather, the author has added information about new developments in the acquisition of weather data and how pilots can access and apply that data.
Aviation Weather by Jeppesen
Nothing creates more doubt, changes more flight plans or grounds more aircraft than weather. Every aviation segment, from recreational pilots to global airlines, will be able to benefit from this combined offering. The transition is already well under way. By the end of , all your trusted Jeppesen weather applications will be using TWC weather.