Webinar video: Datalink Weather how to use ADS-B and SiriusXM in the cockpit

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Datalink weather has the potential to make your flying safer and more comfortable – but only if you know how to use it properly. Join Air Facts editor, John Zimmerman, for an in-depth look at ADS-B, SiriusXM and how to use them in flight. The webinar includes over an hour of practical tips for pilots of all levels.

Topics covered include:

  • Five essential rules for weather flying
  • Why datalink weather is always delayed
  • What’s the difference between ADS-B and SiriusXM?
  • How to choose a portable receiver – Stratus, Sentry and Garmin
  • Avoiding IFR conditions, thunderstorms, and in-flight icing
  • Five real world scenarios that show these principles in action

Learn more about portable weather receivers here

 

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