METEOROLOGY SYLLABUS TOPICS COVERED
- 050-01 The Atmosphere
- 050-02 Wind
- 050-03 Thermodynamics
- 050-04 Clouds and Fog
- 050-05 Precipitation
- 050-06 Airmasses and Fronts
- 050-07 Pressure Systems
- 050-08 Climatology
- 050-09 Flight Hazards
- 050-10 Meteorological Information
A textbook in electronic format covering all of the learning objectives of 050 Meteorology, including various tips, many illustrations and other media. Buying this eTextbook will get you its two versions. Each version follows a different syllabus structure - either 2016 or 2020 Learning Objectives, so you can prepare with the version you need.
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The eTextbooks were written for ATPL (A), however, this title can also be used for ATPL (H) preparation. Nonetheless, be informed that there might be some learning objectives covered, which are out of the (H) scope.
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