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Aviation Weather for Part 107 UAS Drone Remote Pilots

Learn how to determine weather patterns, read METAR and TAF and solve Pressure/Density Altitude FAA Questions

4.75 / 5.0
224 students2 hours 28 minutes

Created by Greg Reverdiau, offered on Udemy

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5.1/10

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Course length

9/10

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Overall score

5.5/10

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Description

This course is designed to help Remote Pilots (certified or currently studying) acquire a better understanding of the Aviation Weather, Aviation Weather Service, and how to find and read information related to aviation weather. This course is comprehensive and helps pilots accomplish the following: 

  • understand how weather patterns develop,

  • understand how weather can affect your drone performance,

  • understand how to read weather reports such as METAR and TAF,

  • determine how to read FAA charts such as Pressure Altitude and Density Altitude.

This course is part of my UAS Remote Pilot Certificate Test Prep course for Part 107 Exam, which can be found on my profile. There, you will find additional information about regulation, airspace, crew resource management, emergency procedures, aeronautical decision-making, physiology and maintenance. 

What you will learn

  • Be able to understand and determine Pressure altitude and Density Altitude and how it affects performance.
  • Be able to identify different types of fog and clouds.
  • Be able to read and decode METAR and TAF reports.
  • Be able to understand how pressure, temperature, and humidity affect drone performance.

Requirements

  • Must have some knowledge of how to fly a drone (UAS).
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  • Price: $19.99
  • Platform: Udemy
  • Language: English
  • 2 hours 28 minutes
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bestcourses score: 5.5/10

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