Tag Archives: meteorology

OK, so I lied…

For the longest time, I told my students that the highest glider flight was “29,000 and change.” That was what I had read somewhere in the past. Glider pilots made most of the flights in the mountainous regions with a … Continue reading

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When Reality Comes into the Classroom

As it turns out this week, the subject matter in my commercial class is meteorology.  There are some things I like to focus on, the most important of which is learning how to recognize in-flight aviation weather hazards. The tornadoes … Continue reading

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