Preflight Weather Risk Assessment : Turbulence/LLWS & Mountain Turbulence

Preflight Weather Risk Assessment : Turbulence/LLWS & Mountain Turbulence

$49.00

Identifying the Hazards: Turbulence/LLWS & Mountain Turbulence

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:

Most aviation weather-related accidents are due to wind. In fact, most of the aviation weather-related accidents Here, you’ll learn to identify potential turbulence, Low level wind shear, mountain wave & mechanical turbulence due to mountains whether forecast or not. Using my Weather Risk Assessment Chart, you will learn the best tools and methods for identifying wind related hazards. Learn:

• Read and analyze live wind reports and identify possible turbulence vertically and horizontally
• How to anticipate LLWS at departure and destination airports
• Why severe turbulence is anticipated but rarely forecast
• My #1 tool for anticipating widespread turbulence (which is not a winds forecast or report).

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: Turbulence/LLWS & Mountain Turbulence

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:

Most aviation weather-related accidents are due to wind. In fact, most of the aviation weather-related accidents Here, you'll learn to identify potential turbulence, Low level wind shear, mountain wave & mechanical turbulence due to mountains whether forecast or not. Using my Weather Risk Assessment Chart, you will learn the best tools and methods for identifying wind related hazards. Learn:

• Read and analyze live wind reports and identify possible turbulence vertically and horizontally
• How to anticipate LLWS at departure and destination airports
• Why severe turbulence is anticipated but rarely forecast
• My #1 tool for anticipating widespread turbulence (which is not a winds forecast or report).

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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