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Welcome to the Learn To Fly San Diego Links Page. Here you will find some useful links including current METAR information for some local airports. Please use this in formation at your own risk, and not as a substitute
for a complete preflight & weather briefing.
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Weather Related Links
An excellent government service for pilots. Student pilots, fax in your endorsed student pilot certificate to gain access. Invaluable!
Get METARs for any number of airports.
This is the current decoded METAR for our home field, KMYF.
A favorite source for radar and satellite-based weather information.
ONE OF THE BEST!! Graphical format for AIRMETs, SIGMETs, and PIREPs nationwide.
Here are all of the National Weather Service Contractions on one handy page.
Get TAFs for any number of airports.
From the National Weather Center, a Terminal Aerodrome Forecast Decoder sheet.
One of the best weather sites I have seen to date. METARs, TAFs, PIREPs, AIR/SIGMETs, Satellite, Radar, Prog Charts, Winds/Temps Aloft, Convection, Icing and Turbulence plus more!
NOAA Aviation Weather Center (AWC)
The Aviation Weather Center for NOAA. Great site with lots of weather related tools and links.
Web site with Real-Time weather data and NEXRAD radar provided by the National Weather Service.
Marine Meteorology Division, but a lot of good weather info for pilots as well.
National Weather Service Home page for Official Weather Forecast Products and Observations.
A great set of links for all types of Satellite Imagery on the Net.
A good all around Weather reporting site.
USA Today's 'Guide to the Science of the Atmosphere.' Surprisingly good!
University of Illinois' visual depiction and explanation of Coriolis Force.
Look up performance specifications on almost any aircraft. Great Site.
Aviation Medical Examiners
Look for an Aviation Medical Examiner in your area.
Air Taxi Operators
List of all Air Taxi Operators certifiec by the FAA.
FAA Documentation and Information
One of the best publications ever produced by the FAA - the Aeronautical Information Manual.
The Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations.
Other Interesting Sites
This is a great site for cross-country planning. It has great information on airports, FBOs, NavAids, etc. Great Site !!
Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. If you're not a member, you should be. AOPA is an excellent organization which fights tirelessly on behalf of general aviation.
Instructor tips from AOPA's Air Safety Foundation.