One Of The Best Kept Weather Secrets In Aviation aviation weather faa safety faa wings flight training helicopter online ground school live training Oct 11, 2018

One Of The Best Kept Weather Secrets In Aviation

HEMS Weather Tool Presentation

 

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  • Whether you fly an airplane, helicopter, glider, ultralight, balloon, or UAS, if you routinely fly off airport below 5,000 feet this weather tool is a must see.  Originally...
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Weather Updates Online Ground School aviation weather Sep 26, 2018

Well members, I want to give you a quick update on the weather section. I had a member that said, "Hey, the weather reports and forecast section's about 20 minutes, and I'm falling asleep. Can you break that into 4 smaller or several smaller videos." I did that. I took that 21 minute presentation...

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Special VFR / No SVFR Why Helicopters Can Request airspace lessons aviation weather helicopter online ground school online ground school Sep 04, 2018

 

Special VFR / No SVFR Why Helicopters Can Request

A new announcement has been posted on "Private Pilot Helicopter Ground School":

I just uploaded a new video answering a member question! I looked up the actual FAA verbiage to give a solid answer to this member!

Justin Knowles on "VFR...

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Inadvertent Flight Into Instrument Meteorological Conditions: Part 2 aviation weather helicopter accident review inadvertent imc fatal accident review instrument pilot online course Jun 08, 2018

Inadvertent Flight Into Instrument Meteorological Conditions: Part2

One of the leading causes for helicopter accidents today is VFR flight into IFR conditions. This is part 2, of a two part discussion. 

Brian Rutledge presents "Inadvertent IMC". As a law enforcement helicopter pilot, Brian...

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Inadvertent Flight Into Instrument Meteorological Conditions: Part1 aviation weather helicopter accident review inadvertent imc fatal accident review Jun 07, 2018

Inadvertent Flight Into Instrument Meteorological Conditions: Part1

One of the leading causes for helicopter accidents today is VFR flight into IFR conditions. This is part 1, of a two part discussion. 

Kenny Keller is the creator of Helicopter Online Ground School. He is an experienced...

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METAR weather report (PART 2) aviation weather helicopter online ground school Nov 22, 2017

METAR weather report (PART 2)

Cloud coverage is reported by the number of (eighths) of the sky that is occupied by cloud.  Clouds are reported as follows:

Abbreviation Meanings:

SKC "No cloud/Sky clear"

CLR "No clouds below 12,000 ft

FEW "Few" SCT "Scattered"

BKN "Broken" OVC "Overcast"

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METAR weather report (PART 1) aviation weather helicopter online ground school instrument pilot online course Nov 21, 2017

METAR weather report (PART 1)

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METAR is a format for reporting weather information. A METAR weather report is predominantly used by pilots in fulfillment of a part of a pre-flight weather...

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Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) aviation weather helicopter online ground school helicopter training instrument pilot online course Nov 10, 2017

Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)

One very useful weather report that pilots use often is a TAF. A TAF is the international standard code format for terminal forecasts issued for airports. TAFs are valid for a 30 hour time period and are issued 4 times a day at 6 hour intervals. The forecast...

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Helicopter Check Ride Part 13 Kenny's Stupid Weather Decisions aviation weather helicopter check ride Aug 18, 2017

Helicopter Check Ride Part 13 Kenny's Stupid Weather Decisions

Helicopter Check Ride Part 13 Kenny's Stupid Weather Decisions

      I will have to say that I have done all the dumb stuff myself. I have done some things that, afterwards, I thought, man was that stupid!...

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