“Warm Weather IFR Planning with ForeFlight offers insightful tips to help identify weather that could interrupt our flight by looking at various tools readily available during the planning process,” said ASI Senior Director Paul Deres. “For example, selecting the IFR flight category overlay in ForeFlight gives us a birds-eye view of current weather across the region and helps us anticipate conditions we can expect for our flight.”
“Not only has Tyson left an indelible mark on aviation by co-founding ForeFlight,” said NAHF Chair Jim Cooling, “he is also a valuable member of the aviation community, giving generously with his leadership, time, and expertise to support numerous aviation organizations.”
In the latest episode of ForeFlight’s Between Two Wings, ForeFlight’s Jay Wiles talks with Renee Spencer, one of many air traffic controllers the FAA brings in each year for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Learn about the different places controllers work throughout the week, including many places outside the tower. Renee also describes the process for controllers to be selected for the show each year.
The 90-minute interactive workshops, which will held on the first Monday of the month, will offer hands-on training on using ForeFlight for flight planning, weather, and in-flight navigation.
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