Every year in the UK, we set our clocks an hour forward in March and then set them back again in October as British Summer Time (BST) begins and ends. British Summer Time is a type of Daylight Savings Time and today, about 40% of countries worldwide use it to make better use of daylight and to conserve energy (and for many pilots, it makes those 4am reports a lot easier).
Inspired by the extreme weather patterns around the globe that have been seen this week, we take a look at how a storm actually becomes a storm – with the help of some stunning weather patterns seen first- hand from flight deck.
Thunderstorms are formed from damp, warm air rising within an unstable air mass. Some find them exciting and some find them terrifying. But there is no doubt that if you are in an aircraft, you will want to avoid them.
The UK Aviation industry is the largest in Europe and one of the largest in the world. It’s worth £60bn – that’s mostly through air traffic with continental Europe.
In a mini-series, we’re looking the most talked about Brexit aviation predictions and predications.
Professional pilots using mccPILOTLOG to digitally record their flight hours are now able to create a physical and personalised Log Book with luxury aviation retailer Aileron.
The latest Aileron news, press releases and blog posts.