Flying Weather Books
Flying weather books relating to paragliding (PG), hang gliding (HG), free flight, powered paragliding (PPG), paramotoring and powered hang gliding (SPHG).
Cross-Country Flying is the book for everyone who wants to learn how to fly cross-country flying, from beginner to pro.£21.95
"Meteorology For Pilots Simplified" by Captain John Swan is written in layman's terms with numerous illustrations for all pilots whom want an easy to understand, and digestible guide into Meteorology.£11.99
One of the most comprehendible weather books on the market, ‘Pilot’s Weather’ breaks down subjects that many others present as complex and confusing and delivers them to the reader in an easy to digest manner. The cover strap line that reads ‘a commonsense approach to meteorology’ is a highly accurate description and Brian Cosgrove’s hardback book explains all of the fundamental aspects of meteorology that every one of us, from farmer to free flyer, needs to know.£24.00
As cross country pilots, observation and analysis of the ever-changing conditions is crucial if we are to stay in the air and maximise our distances. 'Understanding the Sky' will help you unlock the potential of every flying day and recognise potential dangers. Get the most out of your flying by studying extremely useful flying weather book!£22.95