Weather To Fly Helps You “Get Smarter Each Time You Fly”.
Weather to Fly takes pilot capabilities plus aircraft limitations and weights them against the weather in the ultimate decision of “whether to fly”. Applying this methodology each and every flying day will help insure that you have some of your best, as well as, safest flights.
This web site is designed to facilitate the Weather To Fly system and documentation of sources of weather information as outlined in the successful and extremely popular Weather To Fly programs.
It is THE instructional program on meteorology for all types of light sport and ultralight aviation including sport planes, sailplanes, weight-shift control trikes, powered parachutes, powered paragliders, paragliders, hang gliders, and balloons. It is accompanied by a Log Book.
WEATHER TO FLY SYSTEM
1. Information Resources Preparation
Regional Weather, Overall Wind, The Big Picture
Local Conditions & Upper Air, Pilot Briefing 800WX Brief
2. Observing Your Weather at The Local Site
Clouds, Terrain, Wind & Gusts
3. Whether To Fly?
Compare pilot capabilities and aircraft limitations to the weather
Evaluate physical condition & mental attitude
Document predictions in the “Weather to Fly” logbook
4. The Flight
Flight planning, instruments, and flight techniques
5. The Analysis
Compatre flight conditions, events, prediction, and feedback
Determine trends & patterns