Thunderstorm avoidance is critical.
Learn the hazards of thunderstorms and how to use radar.

Airborne Radar™ 3.1

27 interactive training modules in 4 hours teach thunderstorm development, hazards, and safety, with full use of airborne weather radar, limitations, and techniques.

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• Who is Airborne Radar for?
• Professional/career pilots seeking to expand their knowledge.
• Pilots who operate radar-equipped aircraft for their own business.
• Aviation students aspiring to a professional flying career.
• Airline dispatchers.
• Avionics and maintenance professionals.
• Anyone who flies radar-equipped aircraft

Program Features
• 27 training modules, comprising more than 3 hours of training.
• Over 260 instructional scenes, containing more than 50 that are interactive.
• Over 130 quiz questions.
• 50-random-question Final Exam, with printable results.
• FAA WINGS credit.
• Printable PDF safety documents from the FAA and NTSB.
• Colorful graphics, depicting simulated radar displays.
• Easy point-and-click navigation.
• Full audio narration.

• Accident case study
• How to build a thunderstorm
• Degrees of thunderstorm severity
• Hail formation
• In-flight icing
• Gust fronts
• Tornado formation
• Downdrafts
• Microbursts
• Principles of radar
• Reflectivity of precipitation and objects
• Stabilization
• Gain control
• Doppler capabilities/turbulence detection
• Attenuation and false readings
• Radar tops and beam filling
• Echoes to avoid
• Windshear detection
• Knowing you radar equipment
• Important notes about radar
• Preflight inspection and testing
• Before-takeoff scanning
• Climb scanning
• Cruise scanning
• Approach scanning
• Final Exam
• Printable documents from the FAA and NTSB