Thunderstorms and their impact on flight safety
Thunderstorms and adverse weather flight conditions impact on flight safety.
Mr. Timothy Halbach
Preflight planning and risk management to mitigate encountering hazardous flight conditions.
CFI Forum will take place after this topic is presented.
Location of Seminar:
Carpenters Local 1382 Regional Training Center
6692 Tenth Ave SW
Rochester, MN 55902
Directions to Venue:
Parking lot & entrance to training room on Southeast corner of the building.
seats at the facility,
remaining for online registration.
Seminar has passed.
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
Presenter Mr. Timothy Halbach from the La Crosse NOAA Aviation department.
EAA Chapter 100
Carpenters Local 1382/1934 for use of their facility.
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