Sometimes weather is so special it gets its own SPECI.
It’s a good day to fly when it’s CAVOK!
I took these pictures about a couple of weeks ago between Toronto and Ottawa. Uniformed lines of clouds running north/south. Does anyone know how these lines are forms? Or why? These images are free to use and available on Unsplash.
Every pilot needs to read METARs. They are not as hard as you may think.
The Aeronautical Information Manual, AIM, is a Transport Canada document published twice a year for Canadian pilots and air traffic controllers. It is a single source document containing information from various regulations, manuals, and guides. It is an excellent resource for new pilots and experienced pilots looking for a refresh. Download the most current version …