Meteorology and Flight: A Pilot’s Guide to Weather by Tom Bradbury
The NEW edition of Meteorology and flight – Covering both large and small scale weather systems, and illustrated with line drawings, graphs and satellite photographs throughout.
Covering both large- and small-scale weather systems, and illustrated with line drawings, graphs and satellite photographs throughout, this new edition of Meteorology and Flight has been fully revised and updated. Practical and comprehensive, it includes: the development of depressions and anticyclones fronts convection, cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds waves, wave flow and how to fly in waves local winds airflow over ridges and mountains visibility weather maps and forecasting METAR and TAF reports MetFAX services.
About the Author
Tom Bradbury served in the British Meteorology Office for over 40 years on many RAF airfields overseas. He has acted as a Met forecaster at gliding and microlight contests, and has accompanied the British Gliding Team to Finland, France and Germany.
Meteorology and Flight: A Pilot’s Guide to Weather Details:
- Publication Date: Unknown
- Edition: 3
- Dimensions: 18.95 x 24.66 x 1.45 cm
- ISBN-13: 9780713642261
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0713642262
- Publisher: A&C Black
- Media: Paperback Book, 192 pages
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