Aviation Meteorology: Enroute Weather
What you'll learn
- Learn general meteorological knowledge
- Learn the International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) model
- Understand how enroute weather impacts airline and aircraft operations and performance
- Learn about enroute weather forecasts
- Be able to read and explain Significant weather charts: SIGWX
- Be able to read and explain Wind and Temperature charts
- Be able to read and explain Satellite weather images
- Learn various synoptic charts
- Be able to read and explain enroute weather advisories: SIGMET, AIRMET, PIREP, VA
- Learn hazard and adverse enroute weather conditions
- Learn practical implementation of weather data and knowledge
- Be well prepared for any aviation weather examination
- Basic meteorology knowledge, not mandatory
Aviation Meteorology: Enroute Weather course is aviation and airline related course where you will learn to read and interpret enroute (inflight) weather charts and advisories. My intention is that you understand the practical usage of weather for aviation and learn how it can impact airline operations and aircraft performance. The course is built from Airline Operations and Dispatch perspective based on my own more than 10 years’ experience in this field.
The structure of the course is following:
Enroute weather charts
Enroute weather advisories
Practical use of enroute weather
You will learn such topics as International Standard Atmosphere, Significant Weather Charts, Wind and Temperature charts, Synoptic charts, Weather advisories, Frontal weather systems, Cloud types, Dangerous and Severe weather, Satellite images, Weather impact on aircraft operations and performance, and much more!
The objective of this course for you is to be well oriented in Aviation Meteorology practical implementation, and get deep theoretical and practical knowledge on the subject. For better understanding the course contains a lot of graphical information, practical examples, additional reading materials, weather chart samples and quizzes after each section.
I encourage you to begin this journey to Aviation Meteorology and you will not regret it! If you have any questions during the course feel free to contact me, I will answer as quick as possible!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants or already works in Airline Operations and Dispatch
- Flight crews
- Pilot ground school students
- Air Traffic Control (ATC) personnel
- Meteorologists and meteorology students
- Any aviation personnel who needs to enhance their situational awareness
- Anyone who is doing business with airlines (travel agencies, tour operators, aviation brokers, aviation service providers, etc.) and wants to enhance their situational awareness
- Passengers who want to get and analyze the same weather data as the crew onboard
- Anyone who likes aviation and weather observations
I am very enthusiastic about aviation, aircraft and airlines. I like learn something new and willing to teach some new things to you! My particular interest is to show that aviation and airline world is very interesting and aviation knowledge is essential for anyone involved and those who want to become a member of the big aviation family. Or you simply want to know more about aviation and aircraft, and how this industry works. I create my courses based on my theoretical knowledge and more than 12 years of practical experience in airline operations and dispatch. This makes me feel my courses can be a valuable asset for Your development.
Experienced Airline Operations and Flight Dispatch specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the airlines/aviation industry. Skilled in Airline operations (OCC, NCC, Ground Ops), ETOPS, Flight planning, Airports, Airworthiness and ad-hoc ACMI sales. Strong operations professional with a 14 CFR Part 65 Approved FAA Flight Dispatcher Certification Course focused in Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerospace Science and Technology from Jeppesen Academy (Denver, USA).