Pilot Weather (by Captain Doug Morris and Dr. Scott Dennstaedt)
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In 2018, these authors published the most in-depth weather book for both aviators and dispatchers. It consists of 33 chapters, including chapters on airframe icing, turbulence, volcanic ash, airborne weather radar and weather north of the U.S. border. Even though this book is geared to the pilot flying in the United States and Canada, aviators flying other countries as well as dispatchers would benefit in having a copy handy.
Pilot Weather: From Solo to the Airlines is close to 400 pages of A-to-Z aviation weather. Whether you are an aspiring pilot about to solo, seasoned airline professional or a pilot somewhere in between, this book is for you!
About the authors:
Captain Morris is a career airline pilot and a certified meteorologist. Dr. Scott Dennstaedt is a full-time FAA-certificated instrument flight instructor (CFI-I), former National Weather Service research meteorologist and has a Ph.D. in Infrastructures & Environmental Systems. Both Dr. Dennstaedt and Capt. Morris teach weather to pilots at all experience levels and have written hundreds of aviation articles. Their combined experience and training offer a unique combination to learn the topic of aviation weather. You won't find another weather book offering such training diversity. This text has become the new gold standard for those who want to improve their weather acuity.