ISBN-13: 9780025272453 / Angielski / Miękka / 1991 / 272 str.
This aviation manual stresses the importance of understanding and gleaning the most from weather and air traffic control (ATC) systems. Pilots are guided through common misconceptions about weather dangers with solid advice and accurate examples for improvement. The effects of wind and storms and the role of the ATC are discussed, and a basic weather course is provided. The most frequent decisions pilots make when they are caught in weather are explained, and all options are presented so that pilots can find their way out of undesirable conditions.