Canadian Aviation Weather - 3rd Edition (by Captain Doug Morris)
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Canadian Aviation Weather is a must-read for any student learning to fly as well the seasoned pilot. It thoroughly depicts the A to Z of aviation meteorology in an easy-to-read fashion. Consisting of 32 chapters, it covers weather theory and the many forecasts available. It also delves into international meteorology as weather has no limits. Canadian Aviation Weather caters to all pilots – from solo to flying for the airlines – and is by far the best weather book for Canadian aviators. It is also a great read for American pilots.
About the Author:
Doug Morris is an airline pilot who has amassed over 26,000 flight hours. He is also a certified meteorologist and has written four aviation-themed books and created one audiobook. He recently obtained his master’s degree from Purdue University. Morris is presently writing his fifth book, Pilot Weather Wisdom.