Jeppesen - Meteorology EASA ATPL Manual

Jeppesen - Meteorology EASA  ATPL Manual
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Jeppesen - Meteorology EASA ATPL Manual

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The weather plays a central role in flights and so it is important for you to understand how the various weather conditions are created and what effects this can have on flights.
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With the Jeppesen EASA ATPL textbook - Meteorology . The prospective pilot receives the necessary knowledge about the topic. Included are: the basics, the aviation weather briefing, structure of the atmosphere, formations of low pressure areas, cloud images, meteorological hazards - all supported by graphics, charts and photorealistic images.

Jeppesen is launching the EASA ATPL Training Series, a completely revised textbook series. The manuals were in close cooperation with Peters Software GmbHwhich has been successfully based for years on the EXAM questionnaires in professional pilots and private pilot training. This has created a completely new learning system. The contents of all textbooks are provided with QR codes throughout, so that the learner can directly access graphics or videos on the content.

The textbook series primarily combines textbook training with an exam question database
The textbooks use modern photorealistic illustrations and animated graphics (via QR code)
Illustrations and contents are provided with QR codes
Permanent updating by production using the print-on-demand method

Training system:
Jeppesen EASA ATPL textbook series is based on the comprehensive database developed and managed by Peters Software GmbH .
Content structure of the textbooks according to "Part FCL Subject Codes"
The use of the FCL Syllabus topic labels makes it easier for the learner to get an overview of the Erlente.
The modular structure allows training organizations and individual students to approach the training content in such a way that the maximum learning success is achieved.

Band: 10 - Meteorology
teaching language: English
ISBN: 978-0-88487-605-2

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