Curtis Ford has more than four decades of experience as a meteorologist, including nearly 30 years in the United States Navy where he retired as a Lieutenant Commander. Curtis served at Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. for approximately 18 years and at the time of his leaving held the position of Manager of Weather and Flight Planning.
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This aviation blog post is part of a series on aviation weather and continues from our last post: 6 Best Practices Used by Aviation Meteorologists for Pre-Flight Planning. Besides having an aviation meteorologist assist with the planning stage of a trip, there are many benefits from using his or her expert knowledge for the day […]
This aviation blog post is part of series on aviation weather. Given the availability of different online tools – including meteorological tools – operators have many options. In many cases, these tools provide sufficient information for crew members or aircraft dispatchers. However, for international trips, operators should consider using meteorologists, who offer benefits a do-it-yourself […]