The Practical Guide To Winter Flying will not only teach you how to manage encounters with ground and in-flight icing, but also provide you the tools to make smarter decisions so you fly confidently during the coming cold, winter months. | taught by Carl Valeri
Carl Valeri
Carl Valeri
Career Coach

Carl is an international Airline Pilot with over 12,000 hours flying in more than 50 types of aircraft. He has logged over 10,000 hours flying in the National Airspace System(NAS) under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Carl is a volunteer Aviation Safety Representative appointed by the FAA and has conducted over 100 safety seminars in the past 15 years. Carl is author of The Aerospace Scholarships Guide and numerous aviation blog posts. Carl loves to talk aviation and is host of Aviation Careers Podcast, the Stuck Mic AvCast, and Sun N Fun Radio. When he is not flying, writing about flying, or talking about flying Carl spends most of his time exploring museums and light houses.

Course Curriculum

Lesson 1 - What Is Ice And Ground Operations
07:41
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Lesson 2 - Airframe Icing And Frost
06:19
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Lesson 3 – Powerplant Ice And Ground Deicing
08:41
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Lesson 4 – Types Of Deice Fluid And In-Flight Ice
08:07
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Lesson 5 – Rime Ice, Clear Ice, Mixed Ice, And SLD
06:15
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Lesson 6 – Aerodynamic Concerns And Wing vs Tail Stall
05:58
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Lesson 7 – Known Icing, Intensity, And Removal Methods
08:38
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Lesson 8 – Autopilot Concerns, System Failures And Emergencies, And Exit Strategies
09:03
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