Airline Meteorology

Meteorology plays a very crucial role in the aviation industry, as the safety of the plane and passengers totally rest in the hands of nature. ATPL candidates must ensure that they have a proper knowledge of atmospheric conditions, weather, and what should be done in emergency situations. Training includes the study of the symbols and emergency indicators on the plane. One needs a detailed study of climatology, atmospheric conditions, and knowledge about how to deal with them. This pilot exam, which is both practical and theoretical, makes sure that you are capable of handling the responsibility of the plane and the safety of the passengers on it.

Our modern science has enabled us to predict the weather and also give probable locations of vortexes, which can be very dangerous for planes. But still, these modern meteorological satellites, which are stationed in orbit around the earth, are not capable of giving the exact real-time location to aid the planes in changing or diverting their route. So pilots are trained to handle any of these situations and save the lives of people on the plane. Flying Star Aviator provides world class quality aviation courses. There are many more things that the ATPL-licensed pilots must study, including:

● Icing
● Turbulence
● Low-Level Windshear
● Numerical weather prediction models
● Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)