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Weather Investigation with Andy Miller, CFI, AOPA Great Lakes Ambassador
October 28, 2020 @ 19:30 - 21:00 CDT
Weather is often blamed as the cause of accidents when, in reality, it’s poor decision making that’s the culprit. Arm yourself to make the right weather choices at crucial moments before and during flight.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Why getting the big weather picture is important
- How to improve your go/no-go decision-making process
- Tips to “weatherize” your mindset and avoid traps like flying VFR into IMC
- Why technology can be a great tool and your worst enemy in weather flying
We will have limited registration to 50 people in the room. We will be live-streaming via video conference if you prefer to attend remotely. Please choose the appropriate link below:
Andy is AOPA’s You Can Fly Ambassador for the Great Lakes Region. He is a nationally recognized aviation educator; a lead representative in the FAA Safety Program, an IMC Club leader, and a member of both the National Association of Flight Instructors and the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators. He is also an aircraft owner and regularly flies Young Eagle and Angel Flight missions.
Andy is based in the Great Lakes and works with flying clubs, flight schools, aviation organizations, and secondary schools to increase the number of active pilots. You’ll often find him traveling to events and meetings in one of the AOPA’s bright yellow “Reimaged Cessna 152s.”
If you aren’t a member of CEPA, please consider joining. Your dues help pay for these safety seminars.
NOTE: There is an IMC Club meeting prior to this one. Each has a separate registration. Please join us for both but be sure to register for both separately.
Prior to attending a safety seminar please review and abide by current CDC, State and Local health guidelines.