Often when I write a book review the reader is able to deduce from the way I write it, whether or not it is an item which I truly believe is exceptional, or just something which is here simply because it is "supposed to be".
This is one of those exceptional books and although it is a little more expensive than other weather books, it is truly a good example of getting what you pay for. This 3rd edition of Aviation Weather is Jeppesen at its best. It is also, without a doubt, the best and clearest book on weather as it pertains to pilots that I have seen.
Aviation Weather is designed to help the student of aviation understand ther atmosphere in which he or she operates. It also serves as a valuable reference source for pilots at all levels. Whether your connection to flying is as a new student, a certified pilot, controller, dispatcher, scientist, engineer, or an interested passenger, Aviation weather will help you understand the strong interdependence of aviation and meteorology through over 300 full color illustrations, a minimum of mathematics, and a maximum of practical information.
Hope it’s owner loves it, the delivery was pretty fast!, cover and content looks very interesting!
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