050 Meteorology


To understand the weather phenomena, and how to plan the flight with the understanding of weather conditions without jeopardizing your safety. How to read METARs and TAFs, as well as all types of weather forecasts. At the end of each subject, there will be interactive guided discussions with the respective instructors where they will address and prepare you for some of the toughest questions given by the authorities regarding the topic.

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What’s Included

  • 70 Hours Live Broadcasting
  • Study Material & Worksheets
  • Homework Assignments
  • Progress Testing
  • Unlimited Access To EASA (Performance) Question Bank
  • The Training Is Accordance To The EASA Regulations
  • Access To Our e-Learning System
  • THE ATMOSPHERE: Composition, extent, vertical division; Air Temperature: Definition and units; Atmospheric pressure; Air density
  • International Standard Atmosphere (ISA); Altimetry
  • Wind; Definition and measurement of wind; Primary cause of wind; General global circulation
  • Local winds; Mountain waves (standing waves, lee waves)
  • Turbulence; Jet streams
  • Thermodynamics; Humidity
  • Change of state of water; Adiabatic processes
  • Clouds & Fog; Cloud formation and description; Fog, mist, haze
  • Precipitation; Development of precipitation; Types of precipitation
  • Air masses & Fronts; Air masses
  • Fronts; Pressure systems
  • The principal pressure areas; Anticyclone; Non-frontal depressions
  • Tropical revolving storms; Climatology; Climatic zones
  • Tropical climatology; Typical weather situations in the mid-latitudes
  • Local winds and associated weather; Flight hazards; Icing
  • Turbulence; Windshear; Thunderstorms
  • Tornadoes; Inversion; Stratospheric conditions
  • Hazards in mountainous areas; Visibility-reducing phenomena
  • Meteorological information; Observation; Weather charts
  • Information for flight planning; Meteorological services


  • Our virtual classroom is set up with the latest technological advancements to ensure a prime level of learning.
  • Students can attend lectures, go through the reading materials, complete assignments, and fulfill their theoretical requirements.
  • No geographic restrictions
  • Students can save tremendous time and funds on their overall pilot training!
  • Classes are broadcasted LIVE so that students may voice questions and enable optimum learning