EASA ATPL Meteorology 2nd Edition
ATPL Padpilot - Meteorology for Pilots 2nd Edition
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This second edition of Padpilot’s highly popular 'Meteorology for Pilots' has been completely re-written to include even more and better illustration and deeper and more comprehensive explanations of the basic physical principles underpinning weather processes. We have also brought it bang up to date with explanations of the modern in-cockpit technologies which airline pilots use to receive meteorological information.
Written by pilots for pilots, Meteorology for Pilots 2nd Edition is the first ATPL book ever published which fully incorporates and adopts ICAO’s principles of Threat and Error Management (TEM). This new book also incorporates our own new teaching principle that no subject should be described in isolation from others. So, as well as covering everything you need to know for the ATPL exam, this book also uses our new ContentPlus system to link what you learn about meteorology to what other areas of essential professional pilot knowledge.
Videos, animations and stunning imagery support the text at every step of the way, making you task of acquiring knowledge that much easier. And, for the first time, we also provide links to our library of online 3D models which you can manipulate to view from any angle.
For a transitional period, the first edition of this book will remain on sale at the same time as this new second edition. It takes time for your ATO to implement the teaching changes required by this book, please consult your ATO before you make your purchasing decision.
What's New in Version 1.3
Fixed updated sketch fab link chapter 9
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- Category: Education
- Published: 01 January 2017
- Publisher: Slate-Ed Ltd
- Print Length: 696 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: ATPL Padpilot
- Version: 1.3