Weather Flying, by Robert Buck

Weather Flying

by Robert Buck

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A practical book on flying in all kinds of weather.

Weather Flying is regarded in the industry as the bible of weather flying. Robert Buck, a general aviation and commercial pilot with tens of thousands of hours of flight time, explains weather in a nontechnical way, giving pilots useful understanding of weather and practical knowledge of how to judge it and fly it. Covers weather flying psychology, en route weather changes, radar and how to use it, taking off in bad weather, and much more. Winner of the Flight Safety Foundation's Publication Award; recommended by the FAA.

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1] Weather Flying
2] A Little Theory for Weather Flying
3] Some Thoughts on Checking Weather
4] How To Check Weather
5] Weather Information
6] Checking Weather Details
7] Checking Weather for the Route
8] Equipment Needs for Weather Flying
9] Temperature, an important part of weather Flying
10] Som Psychology of Weather Flying
11] Turbulence and Flying It
12] VFR - Flying Weather Visually
13] Keeping Proficient Flying Instruments
14] Thunderstorms and Flying Them
15] Ice and Flying It
16] Taking Off in Bad Weather
17] Weather Flying En Route
18] Landing in Bad Weather
19] Teaching Yourself to Fly Weather
20] Something on Judgement


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Weather Flying Apr 10, 2014 John Knott Gold Coast Qu AU
  I strongly recommend this book particularly in order to safely build experience in undertaking flights during the currency of all sorts of weather forecasts and actual weather conditions and to always have at least one safe alternate at all times. Sounds simple and the author has used his vast experience to make this as pilot-friendly and practical as possible. more...

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