Preflight Weather Risk Assessment: IFR & Mountain Obscuration

Preflight Weather Risk Assessment: IFR & Mountain Obscuration

$49.00

Identifying the Hazards: IFR/Mountain Obscuration
Note for designer: (Please use the boxed format like the Satellite & Radar art). I have these two pieces of work and whichever one works best
COURSE COPY:

IFR & Mountain Obscuration accounts for most aviation weather-related fatalities nationwide. In fact, unexpected clouds or reduced visibility has even been found to be responsible for crashes of IFR-Rated pilots (think Kobe Bryant crash).

In this course you’ll find some of the little known secrets to identifying IFR Conditions and Mountain Obscuration.
IFR

• If there is an AIRMET for IFR-how do you know if those conditions are going to occur?
• What are the four indicators that suggest fog is likely?
• When clouds and IFR are questionable what is the one tool that resolves my uncertainty?

Mountain Obscuration:
• How can you anticipate what altitude to expect Mountain Obscuration if there are no reports in the mountains?
• What are the new, very cool tools that can confirm fog when there are no METARs along a route?

This training can be purchased here individually or in the Hazards Bundle or better yet as part of the Master Preflight Weather Course which also includes gradient learning, vital training drills and coaching calls to help you become proficient.

Includes:
Training video
Reading materials
Weather Risk Assessment Chart

Identifying the Hazards: IFR/Mountain Obscuration
Note for designer: (Please use the boxed format like the Satellite & Radar art). I have these two pieces of work and whichever one works best
COURSE COPY:

IFR & Mountain Obscuration accounts for most aviation weather-related fatalities nationwide. In fact, unexpected clouds or reduced visibility has even been found to be responsible for crashes of IFR-Rated pilots (think Kobe Bryant crash).

In this course you'll find some of the little known secrets to identifying IFR Conditions and Mountain Obscuration.
IFR

• If there is an AIRMET for IFR-how do you know if those conditions are going to occur?
• What are the four indicators that suggest fog is likely?
• When clouds and IFR are questionable what is the one tool that resolves my uncertainty?

Mountain Obscuration:
• How can you anticipate what altitude to expect Mountain Obscuration if there are no reports in the mountains?
• What are the new, very cool tools that can confirm fog when there are no METARs along a route?

This training can be purchased here individually or in the Hazards Bundle or better yet as part of the Master Preflight Weather Course which also includes gradient learning, vital training drills and coaching calls to help you become proficient.

Includes:
Training video
Reading materials
Weather Risk Assessment Chart

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