January 12, 2019
Weather Charts – which ones to use and how to read them
First – you need to select the right day to fly!
- Using charts that forecast more than two days in advance
Second- once you select the day, you should use the RASP to know:
- how high to tow, and to where
- the planned route
- what altitude to expect on each flight segment
- your expected landing time.
A seminar in three parts:
- Presentation of material, with discussions along the way
- Panel discussion, with each panel member pilot describing how they go about selecting the day to fly and how they plan their flight
- Moderated open discussion with all pilots, with lots of Q and A