Strap into a Cessna P210 & Cardinal RG with weather flying expert Richard L. Collins and learn all about winter weather flying in this exciting video-based classic – now available as an app. With over 100 minutes of expert weather instruction shot in and around airplanes, you’ll go beyond the basics to learn how to apply weather theory to real-world situations. You’ll go on actual flights with Collins to explore the relationship between forecast weather and real conditions, and how complex weather systems affect the airplane.
Using a visual menu system, Advanced Winter Weather Flying is broken down into 20 individual video segments, allowing quick access to each topic.
Also included is a review quiz based on content from the videos. After finishing the questions, you’ll receive instant feedback on your score and be able to review missed questions. There’s even a way to quickly review the video segment from which the question is based.
Advanced Winter Weather Flying includes the following video segments:
• Cessna P210 flight from Carroll Co., MD to Traverse City, MI (ice avoidance)
• Anatomy of a Winter storm
• Cardinal RG flight from Springfield, MO to Oklahoma City, OK (flight across a stationary front with ice, diversion procedures)
• Getting clues from Winter winds
• Wintertime thunderstorms
• Alternate planning in the Winter
• Cessna P210 flight from Trenton, NJ to Dayton, OH (IFR flight northeast of a low pressure system)
• Winter benchmarks
• Cold air effects on engine management
• Runway braking action
• Cardinal RG flight from Kerrville, TX to Nashville, TN (dealing with unexpected weather)
• Confederate fronts
• Snow in Florida
• PIREPs on turbulence and icing
• Cessna P210 flight from Carroll Co., MD to Rochester, NY (icing near the Great Lakes)
• Headwinds and tailwinds in the Winter
• Ice avoidance
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