Storm Avoidance 101

Don't let thunderstorms force you to scrub your flight. With some careful planning and by accepting the occasional delay, you can stay ahead of the curve.

I am of the opinion that thunderstorms are the most challenging weather condition to fly in regularly. Most other hazards have solid mitigation strategies or present such a high level of risk that the flight must be scrapped. Of course, this all vastly depends on your mission. Moderate turbulence, for example, does not typically present hazards […]
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