Welcome again to #TestingTuesday! Learn to fly smarter by being prepared for your lesson – your instructor (and your wallet) will thank you!
The presence of standing lenticular altocumulus clouds is a good indication of
- a jetstream.
- very strong turbulence.
- heavy icing conditions.
Andrew Hartley is a certificated flight instructor and commercial pilot in Columbus, OH. He makes seven figures but the first two are zero.
ABOUT TESTING TUESDAY: Each Tuesday, Smart Flight Training will post a sample question that a pilot should expect to see on an FAA Knowledge Test or hear during the oral portion of a checkride. A little known secret to saving money and time during your flight training is PREPARATION! Hopefully Testing Tuesday posts will be one small step in helping you live up to your side of learning to fly by being prepared when you meet with your flight instructor, saving you money and time! Good luck on the below question – click the link at the bottom to see the answer and explanation!