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Notice Date: Thursday, May 19, 2022
Notice Number: NOTC2390
New FAA Safety Briefing: Let’s Talk Tech … and Weather
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Monday, June 13, 2022

The May/June 2022 issue of FAA Safety Briefing magazine focuses on the variety of tools and technology aviators can use to avoid and/or safely mitigate weather risks.

Feature articles cover some of the FAA’s latest weather research work and programs, including more effective ways to steer clear of turbulence and interpret weather products and resources. We also explore some tips to improve your preflight self-briefings.

Feature Articles

Leveraging Leidos - Making the Most of Your Online Flight Service Weather Briefing

Surfing the Digital Atmosphere - What’s Cool, Fun, and Free for Pilots to Learn Aviation Weather

Dislike Turbulent Flights? - This FAA Group Works to Make Your Ride Smoother

Make Your Weather Briefing as Easy as 1, 2, 3 - Developing Smarter and Safer Self-Briefing Habits

How to Maximize the Benefits of Your ADS-B - What Every GA Pilot Needs to Know


David Boulter – Joining the Crew - Jumpseat: an executive policy perspective

Pulling Gs - Aeromedical Advisory: a checkup on all things aeromedical

Allergies and Allergy Medication - Condition Inspection: a look at specific medical conditions

The Scoop on Self-Briefings - Checklist: FAA resources and safety reminders

Fog Forecasting With Drones - Drone Debrief: drone safety roundup

Aircraft Corrosion — Just A Nuisance, Or A Major Problem? - Nuts, Bolts, and Electrons: GA maintenance issues

5 Tips to Improve Your Weather Know-How - Angle of Attack: GA safety strategies

FAA Weather Camera System for Helicopter Medevac Operators - Vertically Speaking: safety issues for rotorcraft pilots

Thinking Still Required! - Postflight: an editor’s perspective

Frances Prott, FAA Flight Service's Safety and Operations Policy Group - Faces: FAA employee profile

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