Nov 26, 2019
One of the questions we were asked recently on our instrument check rides was, “How do you get your weather?” This is a question that examiners ask on nearly every check ride. It’s something that you as a pilot, or even student pilot, should be able to answer without blinking an eye. A safe pilot will not only gather, but also try to understand the weather along the route of intended flight. On today’s episode we’re going to share what weather resources we use here in Hawaii as well as other options as you develop your own system for this crucial preflight action.
FAA Safety Team Briefing magazine mentioned in this episode:
General Aviation Pilot’s Guide to Preflight Weather Planning, Weather Self-Briefings and Weather Decision Making:
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