1 edition of Meteorology for pilots & navigators. found in the catalog.
Meteorology for pilots & navigators.
by Dept. of Transport, Air Services Branch, Meteorological Division in [Winnipeg, Man.?]
Written in English
|Other titles||Meteorology for pilots and navigators|
|Contributions||Canada. Meteorological Division.|
|LC Classifications||TL556 M47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
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This Meteorology for pilots & navigators. book one of the Few books which has delved in good detail and tried to bring the concepts of Meterology and Aviation together. Most of the Networked Airline Pilots flying across continents and want to know more then just the radar / satellite pictures, TAFs and METARS would appreciate and rightly benefit from this by: 2.
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The book was issued without a dust jacket. The book covers have noticeable wear, rubbing, fraying and damage, especially to the spine of the book cover. The text pages are generally clean and bright.
There are noticeable library markings, especially to the endpapers. There are occasional penciled marks throughout the book. Between October and Marchthe RAAF Manual of Meteorology was compiled by Mr Dwyer, assisted by Fl Lt H. Newell, in order to serve as syllabus and reference in the training of pilots, navigators and air observers at service flying schools, air observers' schools and operational stations.
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