marginal weather


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marginal weather

Weather that is sufficiently adverse to a military or a commercial operation to require the imposition of procedural limitations.
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As mentioned, relatively high performance aircraft tend to have more exposure to marginal weather than simple training and personal aircraft, and these more-capable airplanes are comprising a larger proportion of the active GA fleet than ever.
Specifically, marginal weather improvements below the median weather quality have a bigger impact on the personal absence rates of post-probation employees, whereas weather improvements above the median have a larger impact on probationary employees.
Still, everything seemed normal and besides, it wouldn't be the first time I flew form in marginal weather.
Marginal weather on the horizon may slow things down a bit, said Gene Law of Newport, the chairman of the Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission.
RNP increases airport access during marginal weather.
Flying by visual rules in marginal weather without radios says much about the times and survivors of such a training regimen.
When the airwaves are polluted with meteorologists who continue to hump marginal weather into drastic images by invoking the Wind Chill Factor, it's easy to see how their effectiveness is diluted.
The latest models feature high-resolution maps on their screens, which can be zoomed in on areas of interest: a very useful aid in marginal weather.
In the skies over Europe with the marginal weather, as you'll recall, we took hundreds and hundreds of bombs to be able to assure target destruction and, in some cases, because of the weather the target identification was not there at all.
Crews can perform company-level multi-echelon training under simulated day, night, marginal weather, and meteorological conditions
It will reduce dangerous flying in marginal weather and is cost-effective," explains Calkins, "Aerial surveys can cost as much as $100,000.